Calling Archer an “animated secret-agent comedy” is accurate, but it leaves out so much. The snarky characters, the esoteric references, and the classic art style mean it’s a show as unique as it is hilarious. Now you can get a fully illustrated behind-the-scenes look at the making of the show with The Art of Archer.
Three years ago we ran a story titled “Oh, Dear God, Please Let an Archer Pinball FX 2 Table Happen.” Guess what?
Archer, Pam, Dr. Krieger, and the rest of the cast of Archer created in The Sims 4:
I could listen to H. Jon Benjamin—the voice of Sterling Archer and Bob Belcher—read just about anything, which is why I've watched this silly video three times already this morning.
Lana. Lana. LANAAAAAA: Check out this A-Z guide by Vulture of all the great running jokes and gags in Archer. My favorite would have to be the yuuuups and noooopes—what about you?
"Karate? The Dane Cook of martial arts?"
If you're reading this website there's ample demographic data to suggest you also watch Archer on FX and will be tuning your iPad into FX Monday night at 10 PM to watch the premiere of the 5th season. Whet your appetite right now by asking Executive Producer Matt Thompson and Art Director Neal Holman whatever the hell…
Sterling Archer, the star behind the animated spy sitcom airing on the FX network (also called Archer!), is hands down one of the biggest jerks on TV. We're talking like, someone so awful that he makes Walter White from Breaking Bad look like a nice, upstanding guy.
The virtual wife of Archer's resident scientist (and potential genetic clone of Hitler) Dr. Krieger is much more animated than the pair of anime girls in NIS America's Hyperdimension Neptunia the App for iOS, and likely not as expensive either.
Archer, the crazy-good animated spy sitcom, is coming back on January 17th. That's almost a month from now! Thankfully, you can watch some smaller clips of the next season—where apparently there is a robot uprising and Lana is once again dating Cyril (geeze). There are also drowning puppies.
Granted, this is only a bunch of dudes talking over Twitter, but these dudes are ones who work on Pinball FX 2 and Archer, and both seem to favor the idea of creating a virtual pinball table for the outrageously funny espionage spoof.