rayguncircles:

Sexual Identity and Sexual Behavior in The Venture Bros.

(That’s a link btw) This kind of relates to the ask meme about gender and sexuality that’s been going around. It words a few things better than I have been able to in the past.

"Among this cast are characters that seem to fit within a conventional representation of an LGBT character, and those that do not seem to fit into any archetype. This is largely due to Publick and Hammer’s use of their characters’ sexual identities and sexual behaviors. Since they chose to not assume a correlation between the two, they are able to create characters that define and act upon their sexuality in incredibly complex ways"

This is kinda why I’m actually a little hesitant to talk about some characters’ identities too much sometimes. I really like that some of them don’t fit into archetypes, because that’s how real people are. The characters are more human and relatable for it. From a writing standpoint, it makes the characters more flexible and useable for different situations as they arise.

I hadn’t realized there was a second volume of these? They’re all interesting and fun to read!

volume 1 is http://venturestudies.com/

volume 2 (where this article is from) is http://venturestudies.com/volume2.html

aquamoonlight:

It’s always a pleasure to draw them with flower shirts. ;v;
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aquamoonlight:

It’s always a pleasure to draw them with flower shirts. ;v;

New Venture Bros. Special later this year -

soulbots:

  • THE VENTURE BROS. SPECIAL - Space. The final frontier, where no one can hear you scream, revenge is only served cold, and the drinks are comped in the casino. Join the Ventures—and pretty much everyone they’ve ever crossed paths with—as they rocket to the Gargantua-2 space station for an epic, hour-long adventure that will change the Ventureverse as we know it forever. Created and directed by Jackson Publick and written by Publick and Doc Hammer, both of whom also provide voices for the special, The Venture Bros. Special is being animated by Titmouse, Inc. The half-hour animated special premieres on Adult Swim later this year.

supermarketcowboy:

I would really like to know what’s actually on that mix tape.

justinyounger:

H.E.L.P.eR to the rescue!!!

justinyounger:

H.E.L.P.eR to the rescue!!!

villainsgoleft:

Wind-down doodle of the hottest babe in venture bros

holy hell this is beautiful
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villainsgoleft:

Wind-down doodle of the hottest babe in venture bros

holy hell this is beautiful

brigand-bravado:

My friend karibuillustrations is at the Toronto Comiccon this weekend and she spotted these awesome cosplayers. She knows how much I love Venture Bros. so she took a pic for me and LOOK MALE Dr. Mrs. The Monarch! -love-
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brigand-bravado:

My friend karibuillustrations is at the Toronto Comiccon this weekend and she spotted these awesome cosplayers. She knows how much I love Venture Bros. so she took a pic for me and LOOK MALE Dr. Mrs. The Monarch! -love-

yosoyleche:

I made myself sad. You know how 21 and The Monarch both dont where they got “push” from? What if 24 used to say that?

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xerxes93:

Just a heads up to anyone watching the Venture Bros for the first time on Netflix, the episodes to season 2 are in the wrong order. A list of the correct order for them can be found here. It’s fairly important that at the very least, you watch the season premiere “Powerless in the Face of Death” first and the second episode “Hate Floats” second. Fortunately the two-part season finale is still listed at the end. So you can watch the rest out of order (probably) and it won’t mess things up too much. 

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