Starring: Venture Bros.
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|An inspired spoof of 1960s action cartoons such as Johnny Quest, The Venture Bros. follows the bizarre mis-adventures of Hank and Dean who believe themselves to be an unusually gifted team of "brains" and "braun" while actually possessing very little of either. The boys travel the world with their renowned scientist-father, Doctor Venture -- and treat even the most mundane situation as a bold new adventure. As a result, they often find themselves in danger with a host of oddball villains -- but rarely find their way out. The rely instead on their body-guard/undercover government agent Brock Sampson, voiced by Patrick Warburton of The Tick and Seinfeld fame, to save them. Includes 13 episodes on two discs!|
"The show is Johnny Quest meets Johnny Knoxville with crazy, dumbass super villains... Peter Brown, iF Magazine
Editor's NoteA popular addition to the Cartoon Network's Adult Swim roster, THE VENTURE BROS. is a sharp and humorous lampoon of the classic JONNY QUEST cartoons. Hank and Dean are two dimwitted teens who--along with their father (brilliant scientist Dr. Venture) and their bodyguard, Brock Sampson--confront various miscreants and criminals in a series of adventures. Unfortunately, the boys are too clueless to solve many of the puzzling situations they find themselves in, and often barely escape with their lives. This release includes the entire second season of the show.
The Venture Bros. - Season Two - DVD
By: El Bicho Blogcritics.org Reviews
Published on: 5/10/2007 2:50 AM
|The first season of the Venture Bros. ended dramatically with the deaths of twin brothers Hank and Dean, leaving fans to wonder how the show would proceed. Season Two begins with Dr. Venture going on a worldwide sabbatical from Venture Industries to find life's meaning. The viewer is meant to think the series has moved on as Venture and his brother Jonas Jr. are now shown in the stylized opening credits where the boys used to be. Dr. Orpheus searches for the boys' souls, and ultimately they return in what is quite possibly the smartest resolution to a television show cliffhanger, which won't get the credit due because it's a cartoon. ...read the full review|
Cast & Crew
|Christopher McCulloch - Voice Of|
|Christopher McCulloch - Director|
|Christopher McCulloch - Executive Producer|
|Christopher McCulloch, et. al. - Writer|
|Doc Hammer - Editor|
|J.G. Thirlwell - Original Music By|
|James Urbaniak - Voice Of|
|Jeremy Rosenberg - Producer|
|Michael Sinterniklaas - Voice Of|
|Patrick Warburton - Voice Of|