(2003present) is a cartoon series on [adult swim]/Cartoon Network that focuses upon the lives and adventures of the Venture brothers (snarky Hank and brainy Dean) and their father, scientist/adventurer "Dr." Thaddeus "Rusty" Venture (who has grown bitter and abusive towards his own children due to his failure to live up to the legacy of his super-scientist father Jonas Venture, making him a sort of pulp version of a Former Child Star).
They are followed by their government issued bodyguards: first Brock Samson, an ex-black ops agent (described by arch-enemy the Monarch as a "Swedish murder machine") and then Sergeant Hatred, a former super-villain/recovering pedophile who was drafted by the military to replace Brock when he quit the job.
Something a properly trained (or badass) opponent might pick up on.
If they can't see your eyes, obviously they won't see you look at the gun before you leap into a roll for it, or look at the guy in the corner right before shooting him and making a break for it.
There is also The Monarch, Rusty Venture's longtime nemesis who transforms from lame joke villain based around butterflies to bad-ass super-villain; his quest to win back his girlfriend and get revenge against fellow villain Phantom Limb, who framed him for murder, catapults him into the spotlight in a number of episodes.
Notable for, out of all of [adult swim]'s original shows, coming the closest to making . Thirlwell (aka Foetus) does the soundtrack, which is awesome. There is a Character Sheet for the series, a detailed Episode Guide, a Wham Episode page, and a Best Episode Crowner.
Dark Ops Interceptor 9/11 Fixed Blade Tactical Knife features a 9/11 blade stamp to remind its user of the enemy we face, the war we fight, and the heroes who fight it!
With the subdued 9/11 Tribute limited edition nomenclature on the blade of this Dark Ops knife, the operator carries with him or her a visible reminder of the heroic efforts of those who take arms in defense of liberty.
Overlaps, but is not identical to, Scary Shiny Glasses.
If the shades are on the character 24/7, it's Sunglasses at Night.
The 911 designation isn't for the emergency call, it's to remind its user of the enemy we face, the war we fight, and the heroes who fight it!
With the subdued 9/11 Tribute limited edition nomenclature on it's blade, the operator carries with him a visible reminder of the Americans lost and the heroic efforts of those who take arms in defense of liberty.
The act of taking them off is a sign that somebody's about to get scrutinised by the badass, usually just prior to an asskicking.