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1 comments and 2.85 rating average something completely different Archer adult animated action adventure comedy television series 2010 Until 2015 75 brilliant episodes Creator Adam Reed brought pure genius april 2016 long anticipated seventh season unique Characters work ISIS International Secret Intelligence service Everything drawing humor lines just perfect Technology political global seting ever changing whole comically anachonistic main protangonist Sterling Archer profoundly self centered master spy global espionage domineering emotionally distant mother boss Malory Archer his child fellow operative Lana Kane coworkers Ray Gillette accountant Cyril Figgis Human Resources Director Pam Poovey dimwitted secretary Cheryl Tunt Applied Research head Doctor Krieger code name Duchess mothers deceased Afghan Hound Every episode takes several months develop recommend honor season seven produce reviews animated fun content Simpsons South Park Futurama Alas overall nothing like Archer H Jon Benjamin Judy Greer Amber Nash Chris Parnell Aisha Tyler Lucky Yates Jessica Walter Matt Thompson Casey Willis Neil Holman Eric Sims Brian Fordney good job everyone

Archer is adult animated action adventure comedy television series that premiered on FX network in 2010. Until 2015. there is 75 brilliant episodes. Creator Adam Reed brought us pure genius in this one. Responsible for this review is fact that beginning April of 2016 we will get to watch long anticipated seventh season of this unique series.

Characters you will come to know and love here work for ISIS or International Secret Intelligence service. Everything, from drawing to humor and lines is just perfect. Technology, political and global setting is ever changing and whole series is comically anachonistic. We follow our main protagonist Sterling Archer a profoundly self-centered master spy who deals with global espionage, his domineering, emotionally-distant mother and boss, Malory Archer, the mother of his child (and fellow ISIS operative), Lana Kane and his other ISIS co-workers (including fellow operative Ray Gillette, accountant Cyril Figgis, Human Resources Director Pam Poovey, dimwitted secretary Cheryl Tunt, and Applied Research head Doctor Krieger) as well as a code name Duchess (after his mothers deceased Afghan Hound).

Every episode takes several months to develop and this shows. I can not recommend this one any higher. In honor of season seven I will produce some more reviews of animated fun content like The Simpsons, South Park or Futurama. Alas overall i think these are nothing like Archer i had fun watching them all. Great job on to all voice overs H. Jon Benjamin, Judy Greer, Amber Nash, Chris Parnell, Aisha Tyler, Lucky Yates, Jessica Walter. Also producer and creator Adam Reed, Matt Thompson and Casey Willis, Neil Holman, Eric Sims, Brian Fordney and whole FX Productions team, good job everyone.


  • comment icon author: "The artistic style of the series was designed to be as realistic as possible, so the character designers used as much reference material as they could. The character drawings are based on Atlanta area models, they coincidentally resemble some of the voice actors in the series. As Chad Hurd, the lead character designer for the series, noted, the end result resembles a 1960s comic book come to life. Television critics have also compared the shows overall visual style to that of the drama series Mad Men and noted that lead character Sterling Archer bears a substantial resemblance to Mad Men protagonist Don Draper. The artwork is also similar to the original Jonny Quest cartoon series penned by artist Doug Wildey in the 1960s. Stylistically, the show is a mix of several different time periods, show creator Adam Reed described it as intentionally ill defined, noting that the show cherry-pick the best and easiest from several decades. Numerous plot details arise from contemporary culture, such as affirmative action and sexual harassment complaints... do watch!"

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