Mark Ruffalo

Avengers Endgame Spoiler-Free Review! Pete's Basement Season 12, Episode 16 - 4.30.19

The Pete's Basement Crew gather to give you a spoiler-free review of possibly the biggest blockbuster movie ever - Marvel Studios' Avengers: Endgame! Don't worry if you didn't see the movie yet - the fellas don't give anything away here. The crew discuss their love for the movie, their movie-going experience with Endgame's 3-hour long runtime, and what they'd like to do to assholes posting spoilers. Sprinkle in a dash of speculation as to the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and you've got yourself another classic Basement episode! Hit the play button!

Pete's Basement Season 10, Episode 40 - 11.14.17

The boys hit the roundtable for a spoiler-free review of Thor: Ragnarok and a solid week worth of comics. Indie hits like The Harcourt Legacy and Algernon Blackwood's The Willows take the top seat alongside Image's Port of earth from Zack Kaplan, the creator of Eclipse. Not to mention Iron Maiden's Eddie goes on his first comic adventure, Shang Chi makes his return to the Marvel Universe, and King Kong (finally) lands on the Planet of the Apes! You're in for a great episode. What're you waiting for? Hit the play button already!

Pete's Basement Season 10, Episode 39 - 11.07.17

Pete, Pete, and Ramon are back from Halloween break with two weeks worth of books to talk about! Thor: Ragnarok hits theaters as the show starts, and already spoilers abound! Just wait'll you hear Pete's rant on this one! Fortunately there were some great comics to talk about (read: distract him) like Dark Horse's Mr. Higgins Comes Home and The Gravediggers Union. The dark Nights Metal side stories continue to entertain way more than the core series, The Jetsons was a surprise hit for the whole crew, oh! and Ramon liked a horror book! Will wonders never cease!

Avengers 8-Bit Adventure!

How many times have you seen the Avengers movie? I saw it five times in the theaters alone. I've lost count how many times I've watched it since I bought the blu-ray.

But I can honestly say, you simply haven't lived until you've seen the Avengers in 8-Bit!

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