As rumored at San Diego Comic-Con 2013, Dark Horse Books proudly announces it will publish The Art of The Venture Bros.!

This massive coffee table book includes original artwork, character designs, storyboards, painted backgrounds, and props from every episode of The Venture Bros. to date, with accompanying commentary on the development of the series from cocreators Jackson Publick and Doc Hammer!

Check out the earliest sketches of all your favorite Venture Bros. characters and the genesis of the ideas that became some of the show’s funniest episodes.

To top it off, comedian Patton Oswalt pens a very special foreword!

The Art of The Venture Bros. is on sale October 22! Copies are currently available for pre-order.

WEEP - Making Monday the “New Wednesday”. 

WEEP - March 31st @ Mercury Lounge

(6th Anniversary Show)

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Beloved Robespierre… Never will there be another girl like her. Never has a day passed that I don’t think of her. It was one of my greatest privileges to wash her bowl.

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For anyone that has made it through Venture Bros. Season-V commentary: Here’s me traveling in my my traveling suit that I spoke of. It’s a green cotton number. The tie, which was black cotton, has been removed for both comfort and overt sexuality. The traveling suit also had a hat which I’ve since left in a hotel because I’m a moron. It’s been replaced with one that has equal panache and sun protection. Behind me is a garment bag that has more suits… Because I’m that idiot.


For good clean fun (whatever that means.)


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Upcoming WEEP Show -

WEEP & Autodrone

Mercury Lounge  - 217 E Houston St.

March 31 @ 9:30PM

All ages show - $10 advance / $12 at the door

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Doc Hammer

Photo by Shannon Cottrell 

Anonymous asked: Did Doc get rid of his Facebook page? I just went to look for it to find the info for his exhibit in Los Angeles, and it seems to be gone. The horror!

It is currently deactivated. I wouldn’t panic just yet.

Information on the exhibit can be found at this event page: