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An undead favourite. From Gary Butterfield and Kole Ross, the creators of "Watch Out for Fireballs!", Bonfireside Chat is a podcast dedicated entirely to the Souls series of games. Starting with Dark Souls, we take a journey through the areas of the game and comment on lore, gameplay, bossfights... everything. Praise the Sun!
 
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Greetings adventurers! Each week, Gary Butterfield and Kole Ross will discuss a new episode of the Venture Bros., going through one of the most ambitious cartoons in animation history.
 
An undead favourite. From Gary Butterfield and Kole Ross, the creators of "Watch Out for Fireballs!", Bonfireside Chat is a podcast dedicated entirely to the Souls series of games. Starting with Dark Souls, we take a journey through the areas of the game and comment on lore, gameplay, bossfights... everything. Praise the Sun!
 
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This mid-season finale arranges the pieces on the board, bringing Brock back and introducing our new antagonist: Monstroso. This gigantic lawyer's methods stand in stark contrast to the Monarch's pageantry, in that they're very effective. And the Ventures will need to team up with the extralegal mercenary band Sphinx if they want to keep their comp…
 
Phantom Limb is having a rough couple of months. First he loses his girlfriend, then his job, then his mind. Now he's back, a prosthetic arm replacing one of his ghost arms, with a crack team consisting of a mug, a toaster, and a high-heeled shoe. Will the Guild be ready for his assault? Will the Venture family be ready to reassume their proper rol…
 
Season 4 opens with a weird one, as we wave bye to Brock and welcome in the Sergeant Hatred era. Brock is on the run from the OSI, planning his revenge against Hunter and Molotov, while Rusty deals with unwanted attention on his clone farms. And Dean? Well, Dean loves Hitler. It makes sense in the episode. Special thanks to Joshua Jarett for our co…
 
Big changes are on the way, as Brock has been burned by the OSI and the Monarch has license to arch, and possibly kill, Dr. Venture. The resulting pileup of plots and schemes is messier than we'd like, but it sets us up for cool things as the Venture Bros. proves that it's willing to kill its own status quo. Special thanks to Joshua Jarett for our …
 
Join us on a high flying, globetrotting fight against international assassins, as we lurch towards the most consequential season finale so far. Brock has been burned by the OSI, and Molotov Cocktease has provided him with dossiers on the three themed assassins who are out to knock him off. So he must protect the Venture family while also trying to …
 
You don't spend 43 years inside a Rusty Venture without developing a few emotional problems. In Jonas Jr.'s case, his outgoing and winning personality belies the fact that he's kind of a selfish dick. J.J. has opened the Jonas Venture Jr. Museum of Jonas Venture, and invited all the wrong people to the opening. And now everyone has to deal with the…
 
We've yet to see the true extent of Jonas Venture's bastardry, but this episode gives us some of our first peeks. The Venture Compound sits atop a massive tunnel complex where forgotten experiments have laid fallow, and it isn't until a drilling mishap that Rusty learns what's going on right beneath his feet. Can the Order of the Triad save him and…
 
Here we have one of the more unfortunate episodes of the Venture Bros., where the family heads to the rain forest and meets one of Rusty's old acquaintances. What ensues is some really weird, scattered, and icky sex and gender stuff that's also just not very funny! Special thanks to Joshua Jarett for our cover art, Gwen May for our theme song, and …
 
Gwen Static joins us to talk about the disastrous results of Rusty trying to make a quick buck by inviting kids to the Venture Compound. The Venture Bros. takes place in a world where "boy adventurer" is a possible career path, and scores of kids are ready and willing to hand over money to attend a day camp run by their hero... even if those "kids"…
 
Jeremy Greer joins us to talk about the proper introduction of Sergeant Hatred and his unorthodox arching philosophy. He seems like a big dumb doofus, but there's more going on there, and he has a plan to make the Monarch's life hell by making Rusty's life heaven. And it all begins at one very lame house party. Special thanks to Joshua Jarett for o…
 
How many of the events in the Venture Bros. trace back to a gameshow cheating scandal? More than you'd think! Season 3 continues its exploration of backstories and origins by explaining how Billy Quizboy and Pete White met, fell from grace, and inadvertently created the Phantom Limb. Special thanks to Joshua Jarett for our cover art, Gwen May for o…
 
This episode is a series highlight that reintroduces us to the core feature of the show's main character... Rusty Venture is a failure and he's not a good person. While that's dark, there's plenty of levity to be had when Dr. Killinger shows up to revamp the Venture compound by revealing not only who moved the cheese, but what color their parachute…
 
The Monarch and Dr. Girlfriend face a trial of sorts in this episode that sets a theme for Season 3... exploring their past as villains, henchmen, and second-in-commands. We get to see the Monarch's first attempts at arching Dr. Venture, and learn why he hates Phantom Limb so much... outside of all of the obvious reasons. Special thanks to Joshua J…
 
The finale for the finale shows us the aftermath of Phantom Limb's attack on the wedding between the Monarch and Doctor Girlfriend. Brock easily takes a commanding role among the henchmen... I mean, minions. Meanwhile Dean has dissociated and is wandering around an unrelated Neverending Story fantasy sequence that ultimately has disastrous conseque…
 
Diplomacy is the heart of one of the best episodes of this season. The Monarch has fallen into a slump, and it's up to Dr. Henry Killinger and his Magic Murder Bag to consult the archvillain back to the top of his game. Meanwhile, the boys are kidnapped by Myra, an obsessive former bodyguard who believes that she is their mother. Special thanks to …
 
In what is undoubtedly the worst episode of Season 2, the Ventures head to the White House for a ceremony honoring Bud Manstrong, who apparently heroically saved humanity while the space station Gargantua-1 crashed into Earth. While there, we get tired jokes about presidents, learn the metaphysics of Ghost Lincoln, and get misled about the potentia…
 
Autumn Greer joins us to talk about an episode that seems like it will be a coming-of-age tale for the Venture boys, but instead becomes a thirty date pileup as Phantom Limb and the Monarch vie for Dr. Girlfriend's affections, and Rusty is caught in the crossfire. Special thanks to Joshua Jarett for our cover art, Gwen May for our theme song, and B…
 
When Brock coincidentally finds a video taped message from Jonas Venture Sr., he sets in motion a globetrotting adventure to save the world. Unfortunately for Rusty, this means they have to ask for help from J.J. and Sally Impossible, who is still enamored with him. This episode is jam-packed with jokes and action-packed with... action. Special tha…
 
Will Hughes joins us for the most belligerent episode of ORB yet... as we discuss Escape to the House of Mummies Part 2. We're dropped in media res into Team Venture's attempt to use a time machine to stop an Osiris cult from doing something horrible. Once the team gets trapped, Dr. Venture wriggles his way out of the pyramid and promptly forgets a…
 
Zoe joins us to talk about the introduction of Hunter Gathers, Brock's mentor at the OSI. Brock is called away on a special mission, forcing him to leave the Venture family in the hands of a freelance agent... Molotov Cocktease. While Mol attempts to whip the family into shape in the hopes that Brock will leave them for the mercenary life, Brock ve…
 
This season premiere brings us the first of many new status quos, but not the one you expect. The boys are dead and Rusty is adrift, while Dr. Orpheus is wracked with guilt over what happened. The Monarch is in prison, and Dr. Girlfriend has fled to the arms(?) of Phantom Limb. How do we proceed from here? Special thanks to Joshua Jarett for our co…
 
Join us for a look back at a time when Krampus wasn't old news. During production of the first season of the Venture Bros., Jackson Publick had the idea that Adult Swim could do a big Christmas special with all of their shows. Unfortunately, that fell through, so we get this half-length Venture Christmas Special that features magic spells, a skeevy…
 
Bad things happen when your body becomes uninhabitable. Rusty should have known that when he was popping all of those pills. An incident in the womb led to Rusty incubating his twin brother for 43 years, and JJ wants out. And Hank and Dean don't want a possible new brother running around, so they hit the road, with Dr. Orpheus in tow. Special thank…
 
When a butterfly flies too close to the sun, their buttery wings will melt. At least, they will if the Guild of Calamitous Intent sets you up. The Monarch is on trial for killing a cop, even though nobody can remember the night of the crime itself. This episode establishes a lot of things that will come to be important over the next season, by fill…
 
Zack Handlen joins us to talk about the standout episode of season one of the Venture Bros., where Rusty holds an ill-advised yard sale attended by every unhinged villain and super-scientist who shouldn't have a death ray. Meanwhile, the Monarch's relationship with Dr. Girlfriend begins to deteriorate, while Hank makes his first foray into entrepre…
 
This week we get acquainted with the Guild of Calamitous Intent, its stifling bureaucracy, and Rusty's Law. The Monarch is about ready to feed Team Venture to the dreaded candiru when Dean suffers an embarrassing medical incident. A timeout is called, the Monarch takes Hank and Brock hostage, and the fate of Dean's genitals is in the questionable h…
 
Jeremy Greer joins us to talk about the episode that introduces the Impossible family, and gives us our first hangout with Pete White and Billy Quizboy. Rusty is called to participate in a think tank being run out of Dr. Richard Impossible's north pole base, where he meets a family of very unfortunate Fantastic Four knockoffs. Meanwhile back at the…
 
Rusty Venture's idea of living up to his father's legacy is... to scavenge his father's legacy. An experimental aircraft designed by Jonas tragically crashed into the sea, and Team Venture is on the way to dredge it up. Problem is, they didn't count on running into ghost pirates. Er, I'm sorry, "ghost" pirates. Special thanks to Joshua Jarett for o…
 
This week we're joined by our first guest, Gwen Static, who composed our theme song! She helps us talk about a very good episode that introduces a very good character: Dr. Byron Orpheus, a tenant who is renting space at the Venture compound to help defray some costs. Orpheus catches wind of some dark science Rusty is cooking up, while his daughter …
 
We'll be up front with you: this is not our favorite episode of the Venture Bros. Team Venture heads to Brisbyland at the request of the business magnate Roy Brisby, a stand-in for Walt Disney. Unfortunately, Brisby is a megalomaniac, and the boys get wrapped up in a paramilitary effort to thwart his landgrabbing ways. Special thanks to Joshua Jare…
 
How do you follow in the footsteps of the man who built the ninth wonder of the world? Not by pissing in your own boots. The Ventures head to Gargantua-1, a massive space station, to try and make the PROBLEM light turn off. Brock gets tied up in a love triangle between two weirdos, and the boys hunt down the Phantom Space Man. Special thanks to Jos…
 
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