It’s been over two years since The Venture Bros. has been on the air, but the Adult Swim cartoon (hilarious, imaginative, and packed with sci-fi schemes, supervillians, and a huge array of comic-book and pop-culture references) returns on Sunday. If you need a quick refresher, or if you don’t have time to binge a…
After what feels like eons of waiting, here’s a real good look at The Venture Bros.’ seventh season is here—and there’s changes afoot for everyone. New alliances! New foes! Demonic robots! Hank, actually maybe having a successful relationship! It’s all happening, and it’s all happening very soon.
On July 18th, Dark Horse Comics will be putting out Go Team Venture! The Art and Making Of The Venture Bros, a massive hardcover clocking in at 376 pages. Somehow, that still doesn’t seem like nearly enough ink for a show that’s plumbed nerd cultures as funnily and intricately as The Venture Bros.
Last year, Adult Swim teased that, finally, the seventh season of Venture Bros. would premiere late into 2018, with a tease of “422 days” last September placing the debut sometime this November. Fortunately, things are going even better than expected.
Everyone loves a good amusement park. But it takes a special kind of nerd to appreciate a fake amusement park. Some are big and popular (like Jurassic Park or Westworld), some are a little more subtle (Arctic World or Pacific Playland), and others are just from The Simpsons. Either way, they’re all in this brand new…
It’s been a long time since there was a new episode of Venture Bros. 543 days, according to Cartoon Network. Fans have been left fearing that the cult-fave nerd-culture pastiche had crossed over to the astral plane for good. But they got a good omen last night.
The Bible rules television this week. First, Damien brings the Antichrist to TV—and competes with Lucifer! Then ABC unveils its long-delayed Bible soap opera Of Kings and Prophets. Also, Joe Dante directs Legends of Tomorrow! The return of Agents of SHIELD! If that weren’t enough, Jonathan Frakes, Jemma Simmons and…
Also this week: The X-Files concludes its mini-season! Vixen debuts on Arrow, The Flash fights King Shark, and Supergirl meets a major comics villain, Silver Banshee! All this, and Enrico Colantoni on iZombie! It’s all on This Week’s TV!
The Series finale of Gravity Falls! The Return of Vikings! Mulder & Scully meet their sexy doppelgangers! And would you believe TWO episodes of Agent Carter? It’s all on This Week’s TV!
Plus this week’s TV episodes feature the smackdowns we’ve been waiting for: The Flash vs Killer Frost, Supergirl vs. the Black Mercy, and Freddy Kruger vs St. Valentine himself! It’s all on This Week’s TV!
The Magicians and Lucifer premiere, and The Venture Bros. return after three years! The Vampire Diaries, The Originals and Grimm return from hiatus! Best of all: Amanda Pays is back on The Flash, Goth Felicity returns to Arrow, and Supergirl gets an impressive spike in the FX budget! Plus X-Files, Jaws, and Agent…
After what’s felt like a lifetime of waiting, the sixth season of The Venture Bros. is nearly upon us. It even feels like it’s been ages since we got our first glimpse of this new season. But a new extended trailer reveals so much more about the Venture’s new fate—and how suitably weird New York is in this universe.
Plus, could we get a trailer soon? Henry Cavill says that Batman v Superman won’t directly address criticisms of Man of Steel. Chris Evans discusses the politics of Civil War. Venture Bros. is finally returning! Plus, tons of images from Disney films, Lucifer, and Shadowhunters. So many spoilers!
Perhaps releasing a new trailer for anything less than 24 hours after a new Star Wars preview drops is foolhardy, but The Venture Bros. are used to danger. This first look at the long, long-awaited sixth season shows the Ventures getting a bit of good news, the Monarchs having a bit of intercourse, and the welcome…
The conventional wisdom says that the past 10 years have been a bad time for science fiction on television. Fantasy has been on the upswing. Space opera all but disappeared. Science fiction shows get canceled all the time. But a ton of great science fiction has been created since 2005. Here are 15 shows that changed…
The Venture Bros. just blew themselves up. I'm not referring to Hank and Dean, actually, who used to have a nasty habit of dying horribly. I'm referring to the show itself, which returned with an hour-long special that not only brought years of storylines to an end, but set up a new status quo for the Venture universe.
Go Team Venture! The Venture Bros. may just be back for a one-hour special, but you know what? We'll take it. Plus, Billy Dee Williams reprises his role as Lando Calrissian on Star Wars Rebels, The Flash and Arrow are back from vacation, and American Horror Story and Galavant finish their seasons.
As the ancient proverb goes, "Any day that features new Venture Bros footage is a good day indeed." So now that we have a new extended trailer for the next VB special, today ain't bad — but next Monday, when the hour-long special actually premieres, will be @#$%ing awesome.
There's not much in the way of footage in this teaser for The Venture Bros. Season Six, but this message from the Guild of Calamitous Intent is still great fun. Giggle as two Guild members try to warn us about the fellow who is out killing costumed villains.
Tonight, The Big Bang Theory celebrates Star Wars Day with a Star Wars-themed episode. But can it begin to measure up to the wealth of funny Star Wars tributes in television, movies, and comics?