Of course you can find these at the following links/prices should you desire: Henchmen 21 & 24 (EE and Comic-Con Exclusives) for $39.99, The Monarch & Dean for $37.99 and Brock Samson & Dr. Venture for $37.99.
Thanks to agentraybans on Twitter for letting me know about these!
Update: Idle Hands has the remaining cards up on their site (as well as some from other sites) so you can take a gander and Brock and Dean's cardbacks now and also complete your papercraft HELPeR if that's your thing.
Clickity-clack for the full-sized versions.
Many thanks to Jason Lenzi and the fine folks at Bif Bang Pow! for providing these!
JG Thirlwell will be performing his Steroid Maximus project as a twenty piece band with brass section and strings at Prospect Park for the Celebrate Brooklyn Festival on June 18. Steroid Maximus will be performing the Ectopia album and selections from the score of The Venture Bros. Rain or shine, and it’s free - mark your calendars for this once-in-a-lifetime show!Many thanks to mondocurry for mentioning this in the comments!
As you might expect, you can pre-order these with the following handy EE links: the Monarch and Dr. Mrs. The Monarch and both will set you back an affordable $12.99 each. Enjoy!
Well, if you came here April 1st, 2010, you witnessed something that I would probably consider a colossal failure. Instead of my usual run-of-the-mill April Fools' joke I went with something slightly more ambitious.
Instead some people saw it and nobody really got very far, and zero people completed it. This is mainly because I failed to communicate exactly what was going on, or provide any real context for the game. In memory of this wondrous event, and as a way of adding more content to the ol' Five Years o' Mantis Eyes, I wrote a postmortem of the whole ordeal. Some of it may be boring (there are charts), but if you don't really care much about that, there's also juicy blasts from the past in the form of my less ambitious but better executed April Fools' jokes. It's like a history lesson! Enjoy!