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Jackson Publick on "Venture Bros" Season 3


Venture Bros creator Jackson Publick has posted a lengthy entry on his weblog confirming that the show has been picked up by Adult Swim for seasons 3 and 4, and also explained where the crew is in season 3’s production and why it will not air until 2008. He also shares several pieces of rejected artwork for the Venture Bros Season 2 DVD.

(via Heidi MacDonald’s The Beat, which also links to an interview on the Frederator Studio weblog with returning Venture Bros storyboard director Stephen DeStefano, who is also the creator of the comic book superhero ‘Mazing Man and has credits on Ren and Stimpy, Futurama, and the aborted Plastic Man animated TV show).

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