The Venture Bros. cause havoc on a space station, alongside a who’s who of their over-the-top villains.
A gigantic Augustus St. Cloud surfaces in this exclusive clip from the Venture Bros. Season 5 Blu-ray.
At New York Comic Con, The Venture Bros. creators Jackson Publick and Doc Hammer answered audience questions, called out cosplayers, and even cut a rug with one lucky fangirl, but avoided any discussion of the sixth season.
The Venture Bros. creators Jackson Publick and Doc Hammer brought their usual brand of humor and chaos — not to mention voice actor Patrick Warburton — to Comic-Con International.
In anticipation of the Venture Bros. Halloween special and upcoming fifth season, creators Jackson Publick and Doc Hammer brought new footage to their New York Comic Con panel.
During a recent press day for CBS’s Rules of Engagement, which starts being syndicated on Sept. 10, Spinoff Online caught up with Patrick Warburton to talk about the long-anticipated return of The Venture Bros.
Jackson Publick and Doc Hammer, the masterminds behind Adult Swim’s The Venture Bros., gave fans at Comic-Con International a sneak peek at the fifth season of the animated series, and answered questions about inspiration and creating a “bad-ass” gay character.
Actor James Urbaniak, who provides of the voice of Dr. Venture on Adult Swim’s hit The Venture Bros. discusses the “emotionally vulnerable” super-scientist, playing Robert Crumb in American Splendor, and making the jump to YouTube.
If common wisdom is to be believed, movies are a directors’ medium, whereas television is a writers’ medium. And, on the face of it, that appears to be true: Movies, after all, can afford the time and money to set up visually spectacular shots that will stay with the viewer in a way that television rarely (if ever) can, leaving television relying on the stories they’re telling in order to win people over. But … a writers‘ medium? Really?
At New York Comic Con, The Venture Bros. co-creators Jackson Publick and Doc Hammer discussed the fifth season, their Liam Neeson movie pitch, Publick’s secret addiction to Entourage, and Hammer’s desire to write “the greatest Doctor Strange movie ever made.”
The Venture Bros. creator Jackson Publick announced he’s struck a deal with Adult Swim for two more seasons of the animated series, including a long-form special. What’s more, he and Doc Hammer have officially begun work on Season 5.