I have compiled four Venture Bros. Christmas related articles, so that you and a your fellow Venturoos can share and enjoy these tasty treats down by the fire. Happy Holidays and a Merry Christmas from the team at VentureBrosBlog.com!
I came across this track of Doc Hammer and Jackson Publick singing ‘Wonderful Christmastime’ as Henchmen 21 and 24. Hit the play button and enjoy this high pitched version of Paul McCarthy’s classic Christmas song. [MORE]
During the events of Twenty Years to Midnight the Venture boys find Colonel Gentleman seemingly dead. Though it’s later revealed that the Colonel was in a diabetic coma at the time, the boys searched through his stuff and Dean finds a journal full of the ravings of a mad man. The journal includes two interesting lists, the entirety of which are found as deleted scenes in the Venture Bros. Season 2 DVD set. Here is a list of ‘Toys Colonel Gentlemen wishes he had as a lad but they weren’t invented yet.’ [MORE]
In ‘A Very Venture Christmas Christmas,’ Dr. Venture is a bit behind on his shopping, but he’s excited about hosting his annual Christmas Eve shindig. Brock turns out to have some sentimental Yuletide traditions. Dean and Hank, who still believe in Santa Claus, accidentally unlock a magical demon who threatens to ruin Dr. Venture’s annual Christmas party and murder all his guests. Dr. Billy Quizboy and Mr. White hit on Traina, Dr. Orpheus’ underage daughter. Meanwhile, The Monarch plans the ultimate gift for Dr. Girlfriend–the destruction of the entire Venture Compound. [MORE]
It’s Christmas and that means the fine folks over at AstroBase Go! (Jackson Publick and Doc Hammer), have put together some very special Venture Bros. Christmas tunes. In 2004, The Monarch & Dr. Girlfriend gave us their take on the Bowie/Crosby ‘Peace on Earth/Little Drummer Boy.’ In 2005 they brought the tender trio of The Monarch and Henchmen Nos. 21 & 24 belting out Dolly Parton’s ‘Hard Candy Christmas’ while The Monarch was still incarcerated. [MORE]