History Awesome / TheVentureBrothers

10th May '16 10:26:23 PM KaeozCrimson
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** How about some praise for the Doom Factory? Their methods were most certainly bizarre, but in the end, it was shown to be a combination of BavarianFireDrill and ConfusionFu, and ended with exactly what they had wanted: Them flying off with a huge amount of Doctor Venture's stuff, and having been met with no resistance whatsoever. NotSoHarmless has never looked stranger, and yet never so triumphant... at least, until the ending.
3rd May '16 5:10:29 PM TYPINGVIKING
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* Number 21 punches Brock Samson in the jaw. Brock's reaction is ''not'' immediately murdering him. 21 then proceeds to ''duel'' Brock and impresses the show's top BadAss enough to survive.

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* Number 21 punches Brock Samson in the jaw. Brock's reaction is ''not'' immediately murdering him. 21 then proceeds to ''duel'' Brock and impresses the show's top BadAss enough to survive. He shows *no* fear for any of this, and after he comes to after losing the fight, Brock compliments him by saying, "[He] can deliver a pretty good beating."
2nd May '16 9:46:21 AM RJDemand
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*** He ''did'' have to blow some frozen blood out of his nose, but you have a point.

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*** He ''did'' have to blow some frozen blood out of his nose, but you have a point.still better off than most.
9th Apr '16 3:41:39 PM MMTrigger
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*** In-universe: Red Death was impressed by Monarch turning Rusty into a marionette.
30th Mar '16 10:27:53 AM Discar
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** It seems Season 6 up to this point has served to remind viewers that anyone put between the Monarch and his arching of Dr. Venture is pretty much dog food. Best example? Since he's been coddled by Mrs. The Monarch into arching a low-tier "scientist" named Dr. Heiney, Monarch leaves the Blue Morpho's duties, i.e. kidnapping and offing "The Wandering Spider", to 21/Kano, who pulls it off without a hitch (as does Monarch with Dr. Heiney), even getting the Spider in his last moments to leave a voicemail to the Guild stating the Blue Morpho is about to kill him. How is this all awesome? Monarch sends his "torture selfie" to his wife the same time the Spider's voicemail arrives, ''right after'' she, at the behest of the Guild, shot Dr. Venture, who'd [[MakesSenseInContext taken the Blue Morpho's jacket earlier to avoid the wait time on a new suit for a party]] and survives solely due to the [[ChekovsGun Morpho's flaking bullet-proof vest.]]

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** It seems Season 6 up to this point has served to remind viewers that anyone put between the Monarch and his arching of Dr. Venture is pretty much dog food. Best example? Since he's been coddled by Mrs. The Monarch into arching a low-tier "scientist" named Dr. Heiney, Monarch leaves the Blue Morpho's duties, i.e. kidnapping and offing "The Wandering Spider", to 21/Kano, who pulls it off without a hitch (as does Monarch with Dr. Heiney), even getting the Spider in his last moments to leave a voicemail to the Guild stating the Blue Morpho is about to kill him. How is this all awesome? Monarch sends his "torture selfie" to his wife the same time the Spider's voicemail arrives, ''right after'' she, at the behest of the Guild, shot Dr. Venture, who'd [[MakesSenseInContext taken the Blue Morpho's jacket earlier to avoid the wait time on a new suit for a party]] and survives solely due to the [[ChekovsGun [[ChekhovsGun Morpho's flaking bullet-proof vest.]]
25th Mar '16 9:59:34 PM dbsamurai
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** For the first time all season, Monarch meets his match in the form of Red Death, a man who is impossibly likeable (even [[FriendlyEnemy Hunter Gathers]] respects him!), incredibly deadly (reportedly [[NoKillLikeOverkill vaporized]] an army of super soldiers!), and incredibly perceptive, to the point that he immediately sees through all of the Monarch's disguises and follows all his work. When The Monarch tries to blackmail Red Death into giving up his arching rights under the pretense of having kidnapped his wife and daughter, Red Death immediately goes [[Film/Taken Brian Mills]] on him and breaks into his secret headquarters effortlessly, terrifying 21 and the Monarch so much that they immediately surrender and give up the location of his family. And after ''all of that'' he agrees to help the Monarch and keep his secret plan.

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** For the first time all season, Monarch meets his match in the form of Red Death, a man who is impossibly likeable (even [[FriendlyEnemy Hunter Gathers]] respects him!), incredibly deadly (reportedly [[NoKillLikeOverkill vaporized]] an army of super soldiers!), and incredibly perceptive, to the point that he immediately sees through all of the Monarch's disguises and follows all his work. When The Monarch tries to blackmail Red Death into giving up his arching rights under the pretense of having kidnapped his wife and daughter, Red Death immediately goes [[Film/Taken [[{{Film/Taken}} Brian Mills]] on him and breaks into his secret headquarters effortlessly, terrifying 21 and the Monarch so much that they immediately surrender and give up the location of his family. And after ''all of that'' he agrees to help the Monarch and keep his secret plan.
25th Mar '16 9:56:35 PM dbsamurai
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** Turns out Rusty also once JumpedOnAGrenade to save his dog.

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** Turns out Rusty also once JumpedOnAGrenade [[JumpingOnAGrenade jumped on a grenade]] to save his dog.
25th Mar '16 9:54:33 PM dbsamurai
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* "Red Means Stop"
** For the first time all season, Monarch meets his match in the form of Red Death, a man who is impossibly likeable (even [[FriendlyEnemy Hunter Gathers]] respects him!), incredibly deadly (reportedly [[NoKillLikeOverkill vaporized]] an army of super soldiers!), and incredibly perceptive, to the point that he immediately sees through all of the Monarch's disguises and follows all his work. When The Monarch tries to blackmail Red Death into giving up his arching rights under the pretense of having kidnapped his wife and daughter, Red Death immediately goes [[Film/Taken Brian Mills]] on him and breaks into his secret headquarters effortlessly, terrifying 21 and the Monarch so much that they immediately surrender and give up the location of his family. And after ''all of that'' he agrees to help the Monarch and keep his secret plan.
** [[CrazyAwesome Hunter Gathers]] earns himself another notch when he goes PapaWolf on Phantom Limb for threatening his OSI men.
** Brock earns himself a worthy mention as well, by facing Red Death in a "life fire" excercise, causing Shore Leave to leave us with this gem:
--> '''Shore Leave''': How come even when I [[BodyDouble am]] Brock, I wish I was Brock!?
** Turns out Rusty also once JumpedOnAGrenade to save his dog.
25th Mar '16 9:33:36 PM dbsamurai
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** To expand on this: He defeats a squad of humanoid animals with all the strengths of their animal side (claws, teeth, speed) and their human side (bipedal, thumbs, ''guns'') in ''hand to hand combat'', lays an arsenal of booby traps that would make the Veit Cong blush, kills at least half a dozen other hybrids just during their regular patrols in the forest, all while sick with diarreha and dehydrated from the coffee beans he's been eating and armed only with a home made jet pack, native american bat mask, and a cape made of palm leaves.
-->'''Hank''': I am The Bat. The night is mine!
14th Mar '16 8:59:38 AM YourKennection
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*** [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking To top it all off for Monarch?]] Rusty had to pay the Monarch's cleaning fees for the suit since he (well, Billy Quizboy) spilled alcohol and tomato juice on it and couldn't tell anyone without admitting he stole it, lest he embarrass himself in front of his new high-ball friends and associates. According to 21, this last bit fits ''perfectly'' into the Monarch's M.O. for arching Rusty Venture, so even when Monarch's not arching Venture, Rusty still ends up on the short end!

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*** [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking To top it all off for Monarch?]] Rusty had to pay the Monarch's cleaning fees for the suit since he (well, Billy Quizboy) spilled alcohol and tomato juice on it and couldn't tell anyone without admitting he stole it, it from a villain tailor shop, lest he embarrass himself in front of his new high-ball friends and associates. According to 21, this last bit fits ''perfectly'' into the Monarch's M.O. for arching Rusty Venture, so even when Monarch's not arching Venture, Rusty still ends up on the short end!
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