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From MTV Animation to Cartoon Network, Brooklyn-based painter and animation artist Liz Artinian knows a thing or two about cartoons. Currently the Color Supervisor for "The Venture Bros." on Cartoon Network, Liz will share her insight into the animation world and demonstrate her artistic skills.The talk will be from 7pm until 8pm and the 5th Avenue Apple Store is at 5th between 58th and 59th street in Manhattan.
And if you're also attending don't forget the Venture Bros.-related convention schedule and that you can also score a sweet Mantis-Eye Experiment button.
Doc and I are writing now. And we're writing some pretty good shit, if I do say so myself.
Production on Season 5 will begin very soon. The budget and schedule have been set, we're ordering computers, and we're currently hip-deep in the process of finding and hiring the right artists for the right jobs.
For those of you in the vicinity of New York City, I am pleased to announce that The Mantis-Eye Experiment will have a presence at New York Comic Con in the form of me walking around New York Comic Con. Though if you read this site and are also attending the convention you probably have more pressing Venture Bros.-related concerns. That said, if you happen to find me somehow you can have one of those fancy, newly designed Mantis-Eye buttons pictured above. Buttons are all the rage, you know. Similar to at SDCC I'll post a picture of my (Venture Bros.) shirt on Twitter to make it marginally easier to find me. Also if you have any better button-giving-out suggestions feel free to let me know, because I'm out of ideas!
And for those not attending the convention you will still have the chance to ask Jackson and Doc if Kim is coming back thanks to the wonders of the internet. Head on over to Adult Swim Presents for the skinny on how you can ask questions that they may just answer live at the convention. It's just like being there, kinda. Maybe.