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Y&P at NY Comic Con: Nick Kroll Talks The Kroll Show | Y&P.

 

Y&P at NY Comic Con 2012: Photo Parade | Y&P.

 

Jim Norton Kills At Carolines.

“Won Ton Baby,” has finally been released on DVD. “Won Ton Baby” stars Suzi Lorraine, Gunnar Hansen, and Debbie Rochon and is about a madame’s daughter with a parasitic evil twin. Read reviews and order a copy on Amazon.

By Todd Matthy

It’s the end of the year and a time for reflection. Since everybody’s doing a best of list, I decided to throw in my two cents, so here’s my best of 2011.

Note: If you’re looking for Year in Music, click here. (more…)

By Todd Matthy

A couple of weeks ago I posted a report about the”Venture Brothers” panel from NYCC, featuring creators Doc Hammer and Jackson Publick. I enjoyed it so much I decided to follow up with a few questions of my own for the esteemed creators of one of the funniest shows on television. Click below to learn why they hate Jem and if more Shallow Gravy is in our future.

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Happy National Metal Day.

Dave Mustaine is teaming up with my friend Steve Sievers for a special episode of his web cartoon, “Supa Pirate Booty Hunt.” Help Steve and his partner Dahveed bring you more episodes by making a donation on their Kickstarter page.

 

 

 

 

 

They’re Ba-ack! Mike Judge Talks Beavis and Butthead at NYCC.

By Todd Matthy

This is the first of a series of articles from New York Comic Con 2011.

Doc Hammer and Jackson Publick brought plenty of laughs and stories about oil to Friday’s “Venture Brothers” panel at the New York Comic Con. The panel consisted of questions culled from emails that were only “slightly stupid.”

The true definition of a “rusty venture” came up with Doc saying Brock was closest to the truth. Jackson, on the other hand, believes it involves a barrel. It’s hard to believe it and Shallow Gravy (Hank’s band) weren’t in the first draft of the “Home School Prom” episode. When asked which character’s they’d like to get a “rusty venture” from Jackson answered Shore Leave and Doc chose Gary. However, the best was yet to come. (more…)