While fans eagerly await the return of The Venture Bros., a sneak peek has emerged of Hank and Dean as they look in the upcoming season.
Venture Bros. will indeed return for its seventh season sometime this summer -- earlier than when it was teased last fall.
An Adult Swim bumper seems to have indicated the return date for the long-gestating Venture Bros. Season Seven.
Doc Hammer & Jackson Publick reveal secrets and tell stories about the past, present and future of their show.
The extended trailer for "The Venture Bros." season six features an explosion of heroes and villains alike.
DC Collectibles, Funko, Diamond Select Toys and more show off some of their New York Comic Con-exclusive action figures and statues while other store-specific pieces get shown off!
While Adam West's "Batman" series made a huge impression from many companies, other shows like "Ultimate Spider-Man," "The Big Bang Theory" and "Game of Thrones" joined in on the Toy Fair fun.
A thought occurred to me the other day: Where are the science fiction comedies? With genre crossover seeming to be one of the few ways in which genres seem to move forward in this age of big budget blockbusters dominating the movie landscape - and, to some extent, the television landscape as well, just by dint of being so important to mainstream pop culture - you'd think that special-effects-laden SF and high concept comedy would be an immediate and obvious hit with audiences, and yet... there aren't really any. Isn't science fiction funny?