Questions are answered and truths are revealed. Learn how Henchman 21 copes with life without 24. See what happens when Brock and the Venture family are forced to part ways. Discover the final fate of H.E.L.P.eR. And all the while, the balance of the free world hangs in the hands of Dean Venture, who must kill Hitler.
The first half of the Venture Bros. Season 4 on DVD! The past is inescapable, and the future just keeps coming. Separated from their beloved bodyguard, their safety nets gone, the Venture Brothers are forced to finally start growing up. But all around them, the united forces of chaos are marshaling their forces and licking their wounds...and they won't let go of the past until they've licked sweet revenge! Microwave some popcorn, prop your dead friend's skull on the couch beside you and sit back...The Venture Bros. Season 4 Volume 1 is about to begin.
Warner Home Video has announced that [adult swim]'s The Venture Bros. - Season 4, Volume 1
will come to DVD on October 26th
. This 2-disc set has only been announced for DVD; no Blu-ray version was mentioned (even though the third season was available that way). You'll get 8 episodes, completely uncensored: "Blood Of The Father, Heart Of Steel"; "Handsome Ransom"; "Perchance To Dean"; "Return To Malice"; "The Revenge Society"; "Self-Medication"; "The Better Man"; "Ghosts." Extras include Deleted Scenes. Running time is 286 minutes, video is widescreen, audio is English Dolby Surround 5.1 and subtitles are in English. Cost is $23.98 SRP. Below is the cool-looking cover art!
We thank reader William C. Calhoun for pointing out to us that Jackson Publick (a.k.a. Christopher McCulloch; the creator, writer and director on this series) posted in his blog
back in March that a Blu-ray release will happen for the 16-episode Complete 4th Season
, projected to come out in March 2011. Here's an exact quote from Publick:
"We were originally going to hold off on producing any DVDs of Season 4 until all 16 episodes were complete and we could release one massive boxed set, but given the massive amount of time between seasonal halves, that's pretty unlikely now. The current plan is to release a standard def DVD of the first 8 episodes sometime between July and October (depending on how quickly we get our acts together to record commentary, dig up special features and design the packaging), and then release both a standard def DVD of the second 8 episodes and a Blu-Ray of the entire 16 episode season in March. But that's all I know right now, so don't ask me any questions about it."