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WHAT AM I SUPPOSED TO DO WITH ALL THESE GODDAMN HANKBUCKS?!?

Wed, 21 Aug 2013 02:04:19 GMT

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Click it! This is a real thing.

We are ridiculous.

JP



VB SHIRT (of the Week) CLUB HENCHMAN 21 CONTEST DETAILS!!!

Tue, 16 Jul 2013 05:03:39 GMT

HOW WOULD YOU LIKE TO BE THE NEXT SHIRT CLUB MODEL?!

HERE'S HOW YOU MIGHT BE ABLE TO DO THAT:

1. Dress up as Henchman 21.

2. Go to our Venture Bros. panel at San Diego Comic Con on Friday.
(12:15pm - Indigo Ballroom - Hilton San Diego Bayfront)

3. We will call all the Henchmen 21s up at the end of our panel to judge the best costume. Our judgement will be capricious and final.

WHAT YOU WIN IF YOU WIN:

The winner will have his/her photo taken wearing (or, most likely, holding) the final VB Shirt Club shirt of the season. Your photo will go live on our ordering page at midnight Sunday night, July 21st, and all of your friends will instantly be super-jealous. You'll also get to keep the shirt we hand you. Or another one just like it, but in your size.

Maybe there will be some other prizes, too. Maybe even some for the runners up and stuff. We don't know, we're making this up as we go. Whatever they are, they'll probably be things you like.

We're trying to work with the SDCC and adultswim staff to make sure anyone dressed as Henchman 21 will get in to our panel and get a seat. We can't exactly promise it--the lines get long, things get weird at Comic Con--but I swear we're working on it.

RULES:

You can dress as any iteration of Henchman 21 (aka Gary/aka The Viceroy/aka Jake Cutter/aka Jet Girl/aka SPHINX Commander/etc.). EXCEPT normal, out-of-costume Gary. Because that's just a chubby dude in big shorts with a pony tail. I mean, you can try it... I'm not gonna rain on your parade if that's what you're really into. But you are totally not gonna win, and the chances of you even talking your way past the door people are markedly slim.

You must be willing to have your picture taken and smeared all over our website. You don't have to let us tell everyone your name, though, if you don't want to (say, if you played hooky from work, or you have super-strict religious parents who think Comic Con is demonic or something. No questions asked!)

...Hope we see you there!

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We Love You,
JP



A Note To Our SHIRT CLUB Customers...

Tue, 18 Jun 2013 06:38:57 GMT

Hello, cherished members of The Venture Bros. Shirt-of-the-Week-Club…
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Some of you are wondering: "Where are my shirts?"
The short answer is: "Your shirts will start shipping super-soon."

As you know, Shirt Club shirts are printed to order--meaning we don't make a bunch of them ahead of time, and we don't make more than are ordered. This is why they are so jazzily "limited edition" and coveted by all. It also means we don't place our order for shirts with our shirt providers until the ordering period for that shirt is closed. For example, the subscriptions and individual ordering period for Week 1's HankCo and Palaemon shirts ended on June 9th. We tallied, organized, and triple-checked all those orders, then placed our order with our shirt printer on the 11th.

HERE'S THE THING: It is a shitload of shirts. The response to this season's Shirt Club was so overwhelming that it was, well… frankly overwhelming. American Apparel needed a few extra days to come up with all the blank shirts we needed. And our silk screen printers needed a few extra days to print them. In fact, they've been busy at it for a few days now. Compounding the issue was our decision to release TWO different shirt designs in our inaugural week.

But we're all on top of it now and everything's on track. The HankCo and Palaemon shirts will be delivered to our Titmouse satellite facility this week, and an eager staff of Honorary Astrobase Cadets and Soulbots will immediately begin packing them in ludicrously well-designed custom envelopes, carefully inserting lovingly printed Hankbucks, and sending them on their way. Once they start, shipments will go out at the end of each and every day, insuring we're getting them to you literally as fast as we possibly can (This is seriously a lot of shirts!).

The order for Week 2's "U.R.G.H!" shirts has already been placed, and now that everyone knows what to expect and our systems are all in place, things should move a lot smoother for future shipments.

You will all be happy soon. We promise. Like The Venture Bros. itself, VB Shirt Club is worth the wait and eager to please! Ask anyone who was a member last time!

We Love You,
JP



Time for (ad)VENTURE!

Mon, 03 Jun 2013 01:02:43 GMT

The Venture Bros. season V premiere is almost here! Welcome back, everyone. It was a long time coming, so thank you all for waiting so patiently. And extra-special most-especially thanks to the phenomenal cast & crew who helped us bring the season to life!

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...and don't forget about SHIRT CLUB! The first 2 shirts (yes! TWO!) will be available for individual orders STARTING AT MIDNIGHT TONIGHT (EST)! Hop on over to ASTRO-BASE GO! after the premiere (or during the commercial breaks), click on the mysterious, amputee models, and be whisked away to our ordering page, where uncommon enchantment awaits!

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As always, these shirts will only be available for ONE WEEK. After 11:59pm (EST) June 9th, they're coming down to make room for the next episode's Shirt Club shirt... never to be seen again! Unless you ordered them, in which case you'll be seeing them in your mailbox in 2-4 weeks.

Likewise, you only have ONE WEEK LEFT to SUBSCRIBE to the full season of Shirt Club. And now that you're seeing the first coupla beauties we're offering, HOW COULD YOU NOT?! (I'm talking to you, Rhode Island and Wyoming Venture fans!)

In the meantime, we hope you enjoy the show...

We Love You,

JP



SHIRT CLUB v2 IS AFLIGHT!!!"Here Come The Bombs" - Gaz Coombes

Mon, 27 May 2013 04:00:45 GMT

SUBSCRIPTIONS OPEN NOW THROUGH MIDNIGHT, JUN. 9th...(Individual Weekly shirt orders begin the night of The Venture Bros. Season 5 premiere)(click it!)WE LOVE YOU,JPAfter a 5 year hiatus, Astrobase Go has brought back Shirt Club to celebrate the much anticipated Venture Bros. Season 5. Destined to be the greatest moment in animation history (until the premiere of Season 6), Season 5 starts off with a bang, then a shirt comes flying out!Little has changed with Shirt Club, and that which has changed is for the better!Each shirt is STILL only available for one week, and then immediately discontinued. Each shirt is STILL made to order, and the Astrobase will only print what is ordered.Each shirt is STILL designed (from concept to final) by Doc Hammer and/or Jackson Publick. Each shirt STILL dons a design specific to the episode it is sold in conjunction with.What has improved?Each shirt is NOW packed and shipped by paid professionals, freeing up interns to learn animation and the fine art of running errands for those who are comfortably on payroll.Each shirt is NOW less expensive than they were for the first Shirt Club. I know! That's nuts! Does the Astrobase love you more now than they did 5 years ago? Yes they do!Each shirt NOW comes with $1.00 in official HankCo. Hank Bucks! What are Hank Bucks? It's fake money with Hank's face on it, and it may someday be redeemable for merchandise, prizes, or whatever!You know the score. Opportunity has knocked twice. You snooze, you lose. Venture fans, this is your proudest moment! You know that Official Venture T-shirts are as rare and beautiful as albinos, and ones created by the actual Venture brothers are even more rare, and like five times more beautiful… What are you going to do? Answer: SHIRT CLUB!HERE IS HOW THE VENTURE BROS. SHIRT of the week CLUB WORKS:Each week we premiere a brand new episode of The Venture Bros. television program, we will premiere a brand new t-shirt design to go with it RIGHT HERE. The shirt will be on sale for one week only--until the next episode and the next shirt premiere.We'll only print as many shirts of each design as we receive orders for (okay, we'll probably make a couple for ourselves, too) and once the ad for a shirt is removed, that shirt will never be available again. Venture Bros. Shirt Club shirts will all be printed on only the finest American Apparel shirts available, and each is priced at $20 ($22 for 2XL + up).This season, we have 8 brand new episodes premiering. Which means we'll be premiering 9 new t-shirts. Wait, what? Exactly! In honor of our hour-long, double-length season premiere (and our general indecisiveness), we're releasing 2 shirts for that episode. 2 WAYS TO ENJOY SHIRT CLUB:1. A LA CARTEEach week, a new shirt will be offered for sale at the low low price of $20 ($22 for 2XL + up). Simply check this page every week, order the shirt(s) you like, and enjoy!…or, for the frugal completists, True Venturoos and Honorary AstroBase Cadet Candidates alike…2. SUBSCRIBE NOW TO THE FULL SEASON OF SHIRT CLUB!For the low, low price of $165 ($180 for 2XL sized subscribers) you will automatically receive ALL 9 Venture Bros. Shirt Club shirts, week by week, as they're produced--assuring you will never ever miss a Shirt Club shirt!Not only will you save time and money over the cost of ordering each shirt individually, but you'll also receive the "NOW IN GLORIOUS EXTRA-COLOR" BONUS T-SHIRT, ABSOLUTELY FREE. This navy blue beauty features the titular Venture Brothers, our dubiously quotable tag line, and is available to SHIRT CLUB SUBSCRIBERS ONLY, making it the most limited and exclusive shirt. Did we mention it's FREE with every subscription?SO WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR? When we say "Subscribe Now," we mean it! Because subscriptions to The Venture Bros. Shirt Club will ONLY BE AVAILABLE FROM NOW UNTIL 11:59PM (EST) on JUNE 7th. That's when the first week's shirts disappear--and so does your chance to subscribe to the full sea[...]



What Did The Protagonist Miss?"Break The Silence" - Gaz Coombes

Sun, 19 May 2013 19:04:14 GMT

After a long absence, Hollywood screenwriter and Friend of Venture Todd Alcott is back at his old game of analyzing episodes of The Venture Bros., and, completist that he is, he's hell-bent on catching up with everything he missed. Starting with, weirdly enough, 2003's pilot episode, "The Terrible Secret of Turtle Bay." Check out his website HERE.

We Love You,
JP

P.S. Shirt Club. Soon...



The March (or May) of Progress...Definitive Gaze - Magazine

Sat, 29 Dec 2012 20:35:44 GMT

Hello again…A belated "Merry Christmas" to you all, and a preemptive "Happy New Year." Apologies for not offering up a Venture Christmas song this season, but we converted to Mayanism earlier this year, so we no longer believed in Christmas and fully believed the world would end on December 21st. Also, we were super-busy with post-production on The Venture Bros. Season 5, as well as with decorating our giant stone calendar and practicing human head soccer. So now it's back to post-production. Here's where we currently stand with the season: We've already delivered half of the fully finished episodes to the network, and the rest are in various states of post-production. This week we received the rough cut of the final episode from Korea (which is actually the second half of what will be our premiere episode) so I'm spending the day scouring it for errors and typing up retakes notes. Then tonight I'm headed to a final sound mix session for the 6th episode. We'll finish the picture edit for the 7th episode a day or two into the new year and turn it over to our sound engineer, then move on to editing the 8th episode.Since we're idiots who decided to write and produce our hour-long premiere episode last, we can't start airing until the last episode is finished. I don't currently know exactly when our premiere date is. I've heard it could be as soon as mid-March or as late as early May, but we're racing to get that premiere special done in time for March. And now that I've seen all of the episodes in one form or another, I can truthfully say it's going to be a great season. The crew in every department of the production really stepped up their game (and new crew members brought new game)--the show's never looked or sounded better. And as writers, Doc and I hit a really great, confident stride that, I think, combines some of the best qualities of seasons past with a uniquely season 5 freshness. A good mix of new characters and old (some of which haven't been seen in quite a while), high adventure in exotic locations and internal strife on the home front. You will like it!(Incidentally, the guest voices this season include J.K. Simmons, Larry Murphy, Paget Brewster, John Hodgman, Wyatt Cenac, Tim Meadows, Gillian Jacobs, Bill Hader, and the kicking-ass-on-SNL-this-season Kate McKinnon!)We're also looking ahead to next season. Doc and I have big plans for season 6 and are champing at the bit to get started writing it. But first we have to write the script for our proposed long-form Venture Bros. special. We've got a pretty epic story planned, involving an epic number of cast members in an epic setting, so it's a pretty epic task ahead of us. The story will bridge seasons 5 & 6, so our mission is to tie up a lot of threads from season 5 (and 4, and 3…) and start a few new ones in the process. The sooner we write that, the sooner we'll write season 6--and the sooner we do all this writing, the sooner we'll be back on the air. My hope, as always, is to tighten that interminable gap between seasons--because I don't like waiting to show you new Venture Bros. any more than you like waiting to see new Venture Bros. So wish us luck…Anyway, I posted a bunch of season 5 screen grabs on my Tumblr, but here's a few more for you LJ loyalists…We Love You,JPP.S. Thanks for all the cookies.P.P.S. Happy New Year!!![...]



We're Ba-aaack...

Sun, 28 Oct 2012 16:35:49 GMT

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Mo Art Mo Money

Thu, 25 Oct 2012 18:18:59 GMT

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Too Art For TV is an annual pop-up gallery exhibition in Brooklyn, NY, celebrating the personal, art-for-art's sake work of dozens of animation industry professionals. You've probably seen me blog about the shows every year. The openings are fun and jam-packed, the community really rallies around them, and the work is always dazzling.

The Bunnycutlet Gallery was founded by Liz Artinian, Color Supervisor for The Venture Bros., and close personal super-friend. And this year she's launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise money to keep the gallery open year-round, in hopes of curating more exhibitions and building a hub for an even bigger, more energized animation art community in New York.

Many Venture Bros. artists are exhibiting, as well as artists from such varied animated favorites as Ugly Americans, SuperJail!, Metalocalypse, and China, Illinois. Some of them even created that stuff! So if you're a fan of any of those shows, or just neato art in general, click on the image above and check it out. and maybe give them some money. I'm unfortunately not personally exhibiting a piece in this year's show, but I've got a couple of prints available as pledge rewards.


Thanks...

We Love You,

JP



Tumbln"Cherry Tree" - Grand National

Thu, 25 Oct 2012 16:07:14 GMT

So I have one of THOSE TUMBLR THINGIES now...

Never had one before, don't know how much I'll use it, but click the bold blue words above, check it out/follow it/whatever you people do with these things...

Just a few season 5 screen grabs to whet your electronic whistle.

We Love You,

JP



Kickstart the Adventure...

Tue, 09 Oct 2012 14:57:34 GMT

The Thrilling Adventure Hour is a super-fun live stage show in the style of old timey radio that throws down every month in Los Angeles. I've been lucky enough to see it maybe half a dozen times, even luckier to have befriended its creators, Ben Acker & Ben Blacker, and double-plus lucky to be a guest star in last week's sold-out shows here in Brooklyn. Your TV pal and mine, James "Dr. Venture" Urbaniak is just one member of the incredibly talented cast, the rest of whom I've slowly been poaching all year for Venture Bros. voices. Those of you who don't live in LA should check out their podcasts.

And now they're trying to raise funds to publish a hardcover graphic novelization of said thrilling adventures. Which maybe I'll get to do some art for.

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Check out their Kickstarter page HERE, give 'em a bit of money, and get some cool schwag.

We Love You,

JP



Dragon GoneLilies - Cranes

Mon, 03 Sep 2012 18:54:53 GMT

Hello...Have just returned from Dragon Con. Many thanks to those of you who attended our panel and/or dressed up as our most obscure characters and/or stopped by our signing to offer praise and gifts of cookies and robot heads. It is always a sincere and profound pleasure to meet you guys and suck up your groovy kind of love. For those of you who did not attend, here's a small peek at some of the clips from the Venture Bros. Halloween special we showed at the panel, albeit a non-moving, non-speaking peek with no music or sound effects:Over at Titmouse East, we're just wrapping up pre-production on season 5 of The Venture Bros. We ship our last episode (which is actually the second half of what will be the premiere episode) to Korea this week. All other episodes have shipped, and all of the art staff (except for few stragglers in the Color department) have gone home. We're received take one rough cuts of the first two episodes from the overseas studio already and are expecting the third this week. Which means we're about to start post-production. The Halloween episode is obviously the first one we'll edit and deliver, since it has to make it's October airdate (the official date has yet to be determined). JG Thirlwell has already completed his genuinely spooky score (we drew some inspiration from the soundtrack to Klute when we first met about this episode a few months ago) and we're just waiting on some animation retakes from Korea before Doc works his magic on the titling and transitions and adds his special sauce to select sequences.Doc's currently on a train back from Atlanta, but when he returns to the AstroBase, we'll no doubt start talking more earnestly about writing our planned long form special, to be produced some time between seasons 5 and 6. We've already had a lot of "big idea" discussions about season 6 as well, so I'm hoping we get to work on all of this stuff sooner rather than later and we don't make you people wait 2 years between seasons again. Though, having begun season 5 production in January (having written day and night for several months prior), and having had maybe half a dozen days off in all that time, I'm sorely overdue for a vacation.Hopefully this relative downtime means I can post some more updates on here in the next month or so, as we get closer to the release of the Halloween special and Season 5. Plenty of sweet art to show you, but it must be carefully reviewed for spoiler content.We Love You,JPP.S. Also: thank you to all the adultswim folks who took good care of us while we were in town. And apologies to the ProV folks. I meant to come see your doubtlessly lovely table but had no idea where it was--nobody ever seems to think I might find a convention program or map handy when I come to these things.[...]



Kickin' The New K-nowledge...

Fri, 08 Jun 2012 02:14:32 GMT


Please take a moment to check out a Kickstarter video from my pal (and occasional mentor) Howard Bloom, a real-life scientist, author and idea man who encouraged and inspired me while I was making the rounds with my Venture Bros. pitch book, some ten or twelve years ago (so this isn't entirely unrelated to The Venture Bros.)

Thanks!
We Love You,
JP

And if the link/video that's supposed to be above doesn't work, kindly go HERE:
http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1870526265/the-god-problem-how-a-godless-cosmos-creates-book



If You're In LA...

Sat, 28 Apr 2012 22:29:32 GMT

...so am I, briefly. And I'll be participating in this tomorrow:

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...and We Still Love You,

JP



Happy Holidays from The Venture Bros.

Thu, 22 Dec 2011 18:34:15 GMT

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We Love You,
JP



Re-Gifting (pt. 4)Adolphus Zantziger - Soul Coughing

Tue, 20 Dec 2011 16:45:14 GMT

So here are the last couple of pieces from the AstroArchives I'd like to share with you. They were created for two different art exhibitions and require a little bit of explanation, I think...

The first was for a comic-themed show at Maxwell's Maxwell's in Hoboken, NJ, curated by my Super-Pal Karl Heitmueller. Dubbed "Agents of P.O.O.C." (Panels Out Of Context), the artists' mission was to reinterpret one of our favorite comic book panels. Some guys did giant paintings, I think one guy did a stained glass window, etc...

Being a life-long Spider-Man fan, and in particular a Steve Ditko Spider-Man fan, I always loved the little full page backup features he did that taught you all about Spider-Man's powers and what his webs can do and crap like that. I also had recently bought An Ideal Boy , a lovely and entertaining coffee table book of Indian educational charts. I could not help but draw a parallel between these two brightly colored forms of childhood indoctrination and create a mash-up of them.

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The second one was done a couple years later for the Too Art For TV Too show, printed at about 18" x 24" size, mounted on foam core, and displayed side-by-side with the first in a sort of "procrastinator's diptych."

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...And that's all for now. Our annual Venture Bros. Christmas song should be available for your holiday listening pleasure in a day or two. In the meantime, you can enjoy all seven of our previous efforts, collected in one convenient location by clicking HERE!

We Love You,
JP



Re-Gifting (pt. 3)You'll Never Find Another Love Like Mine - Low Rawls

Mon, 19 Dec 2011 13:53:45 GMT

"Pet My Danger" was my contrabution to 2001's Viva La Monkeysuit! , the third volume of the Monkeysuit (wow, that site's still up?) comics anthology series a bunch of us animation guys self-published together, back when I was still pretending to be Chris McCulloch.

I was living in L.A. while drawing this one (but finished it in New York) and had been in the network television trenches all year writing for The Tick live action series, so I desperately wanted to create something weirder, angrier and more free-form without having to pass it through several rounds of notes from three sets of executives. For some reason, I decided to tackle the "funny animals" genre I so loathe and had a Freudian field day with it.

Yes, The Sluggo Rabbit is basically Brock in rabbit form, and yes, that's supposed to be me at the end.

Enjoy...

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We Love You,
JP

(Editor's note: I stole the title from my friend, the inimitable (and AWOL) Eli 5 Stone. Where are you, Choppy?



Re-Gifting (pt. 2)Leaders of Men - Joy Division

Sun, 18 Dec 2011 16:20:53 GMT

Continuing my de-archiving and sharing of old comics work...

2003 was super-busy for me, what with The Venture Bros. Season 1 going into production, so my only contribution to that year's In Search of Monkeysuit (Monkeysuit vol. 4) was this back-cover single-page comic.

The sentiment is certainly a bit warmer than yesterday's entry... it's amazing how getting a TV show deal can cheer a guy up...

Enjoy.

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We Love You,
JP



Re-Gifting (pt. 1)

Sat, 17 Dec 2011 18:03:48 GMT

Hi. Happy Impending Holidays and stuff...

No real Venture Bros. news to report, since we're just writing right now and I'm not going to tell you anything about anything we're writing. Except that it's all great. We're set to start production in early January, though, so I guess that's kinda news.

Have been on a bit of a cleaning spree at both the AstroBase and my home satellite Base (AstroBase Ice Cream Ninja) in some sort of procrastinatory "clean home, clean mind" bid for sanity while writing.

While optimizing the Soul-Bots' hard drives I've come across a few pieces of my old comic art, so I thought I'd share some of them with you fine folks, who vastly outnumber the people who bought the original comics or attended the art shows these first appeared in.

First up is "Oh, To Be Super!" A 7 page comic story done for The Bride of Monkeysuit , (under my Christopher McCulloch pseudonym) back in the summer of 2000, which should be evident by its pg. 1 reference to something called a "pager."

(Editor's Note: Apparently I pillaged the Beatles-inspired mustache joke on pg. 4 for "Powerless in the Face of Death" a few years later)

Enjoy...
We Love You,
JP

Click me and I grow big!
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Celebrity Cameo Room

Wed, 26 Oct 2011 17:04:33 GMT

The trailer (what?) for Hodgman's new book is up over at Funny Or Die, directed by Tom Sharpling and featuring a don't-blink-or-you'll-miss-it "celebrity" cameo by yours truly (seated an appropriate distance from the grown-ups' table). Check it out, then BUY HIS EXTRA-FUNNY BOOK.



He'll Love You,

JP



Good Night, New York!Senses Working Overtime - XTC

Wed, 19 Oct 2011 20:57:04 GMT

Thanks to you all who attended NY Comic Con, waited in line for our signings, and filled that massive IGN theater for our panel.

Here's a glimpse of us enjoying the calm before the storm in our Kubrickian signing quarters...

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We Love You, Too...

JP



Tonight...

Tue, 11 Oct 2011 15:06:51 GMT

LIZ ARTINIAN--noted Brooklyn painter, Too Art For TV curator, Venture Bros. Color Supervisor, and partial Armenian--will be giving a talk tonight at Apple's flagship store on 5th Avenue in Manhattan. She'll be talking about the process of painting for animated television shows like ours and giving tips on Photoshop trickery. She might even mention Armenia and/or our dog, if you're lucky.

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She Loves You,

JP



Ask and Ye Might Receive...

Tue, 04 Oct 2011 18:02:50 GMT

Doc and I will be appearing at the New York Comic Con on Friday, October 14th!

We'll be doing a signing in room 1E07 from 1-2pm, then some press stuff, and then our Venture Bros. panel is in the IGN Theater from 4:15-5:00pm.

Even if you can't be there in person, your presence can be felt and your questions answered. BY CLICKING ON OUR FACES...

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adultswim has posted this page, where you can submit questions to Doc and me in the comments section. We'll peruse all the questions, pick our favorites, and then answer them in real life realtime at the panel. How will you know if we picked yours? I don't know...maybe adultswim will post video of it some time after the con. Here's hoping.

I won't say much more for now, for fear we'll have nothing to talk about at the panel, but I'll give you this quick update:

Doc and I are writing now. And we're writing some pretty good shit, if I do say so myself.

Production on Season 5 will begin very soon. The budget and schedule have been set, we're ordering computers, and we're currently hip-deep in the process of finding and hiring the right artists for the right jobs.

SEE YOU IN NY...

We Love You,

JP



NOW AVAILABLE...

Mon, 22 Aug 2011 06:43:05 GMT

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Wherever fine music is sold...

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More news to come...

We Love You,

JP

P.S. Also, I enjoyed A Bit Of A Chat with Honorary AstroBase Cadet 2nd Class Ken Plume recently, which you can eavesdrop on HERE.