Pete, Pete and Petunia

A re-blog of a drawing I did for the Waiting for October tribute zine to the Adventures of Pete and Pete. If you are in Portland, you are a lucky peach because this weekend is PetesFest: The Adventures of Pete and Pete Reunion! Two days of buffalo-plaid goodness, along with the re-release of the zine (THIRD printing!)! If you are a fan of the 90s, definitely check this out!  

PETESFEST is proud to unveil our first official poster (attached), designed by Portland cartoonist Kory Bing—and, with it, to announce the addition of JUDY GRAFE (Mom) to its lineup! Grafe will join actors Danny Tamberelli, Michael C. Maronna, and Toby Huss; and Pete & Pete creators Will McRobb and Chris Viscardi, at the Hollywood Theatre on June 28 and 29, for Q&A, staged readings, music, and more!

BUY TICKETS HERE!

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After a week of blurry phone photos of PetesFest, we are SUPER pleased to show you these plums by event photographer Pat Moran, who was kind enough to shoot the Saturday night show.

Pictured: Michael C. Maronna, Danny Tamberelli, Toby Huss, Judy Grafe, Ryan Stively, Chris Viscardi, Will McRobb, Keats Ross, Joey Ficken, and two Petunia cosplayers whose names I don’t know (if you’re either Petunia, please drop a line so we can credit you properly!)

You can find the rest of Pat’s PetesFest photos over on Flickr. He’s given us permission to post as many as we want—but if you post or reblog them, please make sure to credit Pat and link back to both the Flickr set and his tumblr.

We were up late at the IPRC last night, working on a new zine that’ll be making its debut at PetesFest:

What We Did On Our Summer Vacation: A Pete & Pete Scrapbook is a behind-the-scenes look at the show. Pete & Pete creators Will McRobb and Chris Viscardi hooked us up with an amazing batch of photos, storyboards, script pages, and more; and we’ve collected them here!

We’ll have around 100 copies of What We Did On Our Summer Vacation available (along with the third and final run of Waiting for October) for purchase at PetesFest and the All Geeked Out / iDope signing. Any remaining will go up on BigCartel after the show, and once those are gone, we’ll probably stick a free PDF up somewhere—this stuff is way too cool to sit on.

PetesFest and All Geeked Out are proud to present

AN EXCLUSIVE ADVENTURES OF PETE & PETE SIGNING!

Date and Time:

Saturday, June 29, 2013, from 2pm-4pm.

Location:

All Geeked Out / iDope

1719 SE Hawthorne Blvd.

Portland, OR

PetesFest and All Geeked Out / iDope are pleased to announce an exclusive Adventures of Pete & Pete signing event, on Saturday, June 29, from 2 to 4 PM. This event is free to the public.

In attendance will be Pete & Pete cast members Michael C. Maronna (Big Pete), Danny Tamberelli (Little Pete), Toby Huss (Artie), and Judy Grafe (Mom); and show creators Chris Viscardi and Will McRobb. Free posters will be available to the first 50 attendees, and copies of Pete & Pete tribute zine Waiting for October as well as a PetesFest-exclusive behind-the-scenes ashcan will be available for purchase.

About PetesFest:

PetesFest is an all-ages event, featuring two nights of Q&A, live music, and more, with Adventures of Pete & Pete creators Will McRobb and Chris Viscardi, and actors Michael C. Maronna (Big Pete), Danny Tamberelli (Little Pete), and Toby Huss (Artie); along with a Pete & Pete-themed art show, KrebScout merit badges, the re-release of Pete & Pete tribute zine Waiting for October, and much, much more. PetesFest is hosted by the Hollywood Theater and sponsored by All Geeked Out, Things From Another World, and Bridge City Comics. - See more at: http://hollywoodtheatre.org/petefest-the-adventures-of-pete-and-pete-reunion/#sthash.v8YW5aVt.dpuf

About All Geeked Out & iDope:

All Geeked Out / iDope is Portland’s newest “geektopia” retail store, featuring comics, games, toys, apparel, books, and tech; as well as iPhone & iPad repair and customization.

Want to Sponsor PetesFest?

HECK, YEAH, YOU DO.

We’re working really hard to put together an extra-awesome Portland Pete & Pete reunion show, but we need YOUR HELP, community. Sponsor PetesFest, and in one fell swoop, you’ll be:

  • Helping to bring a really, really cool event to Portland. We don’t have NY or LA resources, but we’ve got something better—an amazing grassroots arts community and an amazing network of businesses and individuals committed to supporting it.
  • Supporting programs that bring arts and mentoring to underserved youth. All of the profits from PetesFest will be split between homeless-youth mentoring program P:ear and the nonprofit Hollywood Theater’s youth-education initiatives.
  • Supporting local arts. In addition to our out-of-town guests, PetesFest will be highlighting the work of local artists, musicians, and actors, many of whom are donating their time and skills to help make PetesFest happen.
  • Getting cool stuff. We have some REALLY sweet sponsorship tiers, including tickets to the show AND the otherwise-sold-out VIP reception; cool swag; and prime ad space.

We’re not just looking for big-ticket sponsors, either—every little bit makes a difference. If you’re interested in sponsoring, drop us a line at the zine e-mail, peteandpetezine(at)gmail(dot)com, or via this tumblr; or tweet at @RaeBeta.

Thank you!
-Rachel + Miles

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PetesFest - Friday - Show.

By necessity, I was on the far left, so all my photos are at a crazy oblique angle. Don’t worry; I’ll be posting some better ones courtesy of more centrally positioned folks later.

Variously pictured: Ryan Stively, Danny Tamberelli, Joey Ficken, Michael C. Maronna, Will McRobb, Chris Viscardi, Judy Grafe, Toby Huss, Adam Rosko, Margaux Hash, Ben Coleman, unnamed audience member (dude in the Tastee head, if you’re reading this, please shout out!). “Join Us” art by Lindsey Clark-Ryan, from Waiting for October.