Friday, January 05, 2007


Venture Bros. goodness

It's been a while since I last mentioned it, but it seems high time to remind everyone that, unless you're filled with self-hatred or something, you need a bit of Venture Bros. in your life. And right on time, you can preorder Season Two on DVD (and can still pick up Season One, if for some reason you don't already own a copy).

The Season One box set contained interior art of Bill Sienkiewicz rocking it Robert McGinnis style.

The Season Two set, featuring interiors illustrations by Jackson Publick and design by Duke Aber of Williams street, shoots for a 60s lobby card look. Sexy.

As if that weren't enough, there's loads of great Venture Bros. goodness online:

- An episode breakdown, featuring commentary by co-creator's Doc Hammer and Jackson Publick (and once you're done with that, dig through the archives of Todd Alcott's LJ for some really insightful analysis)
- Doc Hammer's deviantART gallery
- Jackson Publick's LiveJournal
- And a trio of Christmas treats, at reduced post-holiday sale prices (ie. free)
- The Monarch & Dr. Girlfriend covering the Bowie & Crosby "Peace on Earth/Little Drummer Boy" in 2004
- The Monarch and Henchmen Nos. 21 & 24 doing a take on Dolly Parton’s “Hard Candy Christmas" in 2005
- The whole gang together for "Venture Aid" in 2006
Who can't use a little more Venture Bros. in their life, I ask you?

I love the Superhero meets Jonny Quest meets James Bond thrust of the show!
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