Andrea Speed firstname.lastname@example.org
Mature Audiences - Violence, some bad language, occasionally questionable subjects
Brock starts a surprising new life as the Venture family tries to move on from several traumatic events in the first part of the Venture Brothers fourth season.
Writers & Creators:
Doc Hammer & Jackson Publick
James Urbaniak, Patrick Warburton, Michael Sinterniklaas, Jackson Publick, Doc Hammer, Steven Rattazzi, Brendon Small, Dana Snyder, Charles Parnell, H. Jon Benjamin, Paul Boocock, Kevin Conroy, Reggie Watts, Patton Oswald, John Hodgman, Seth Green, & Lisa Hammer
Episodes Included: Blood of the Father, Heart of Steel; Handsome Ransom; Perchance To Dean; Return To Malice; The Revenge Society; Self-Medication; The Better Man; Pinstripes & Poltergeists
There’s few shows that can be said to get better year after year, but The Venture Brothers
fall into that rarefied category. And the thing is, this is such a hard show to explain to anyone not familiar with it. You could say, “It’s a satire about the sons of a super scientists,” and while that’s in essence what it is, it doesn’t actually describe the show at all. There’s so much more to the show, so many more levels, that that hardly scratches the surface. It has humor and action, sure, but at its best it also has more character development in twenty minutes than most hour long shows. Yet it’s not pretentious, which it could be if it really wanted to be.