The Sanchez and Smith families are back for another round of insane adventures in the multiverse. Along the way, they’ll take on alien terrorists, Summer becomes Wolverine, Rick becomes Doc Ock, and the gang has car troubles. Oh, and in case you need a refresher before it premieres on September 4, watch this.
Awesome Rick And Morty
State Bicycle Co. made an awesome limited-edition bike inspired by Rick and Morty. But no matter who made your bike, you can send its handlebars to another dimension with this officially-licensed green and yellow handlebar tape inspired by Rick’s portals. The set includes two rolls of tape and end caps.
Hey kids, what time is it? It’s time to Get Schwifty! G-SHOCK teamed up with Adult Swim to create a limited-edition Rick and Morty watch. The DW5600RM21-1 has a black band with neon illustrations of the characters, a green and yellow portal dial, and a Rick and Morty EL backlight. Drops 10.26.2021 with a limit of 1 per household.
The fifth season of Rick and Morty just wrapped up with quite the ending. But how did we get here? Jesse Gill and Michael Swaim of IGN provide a great retrospective on the series to prepare you for a rewatch of that epic finale. Be sure to bookmark this so you can watch it again before season six drops.
Rick and Morty season five arrives in June 2021. While we wait for the premiere, here’s a little something fun to fill your eyeballs with. Paul Robertson created this amazing 17-minute pixel art animation that envisions the duo battling an endless stream of baddies in an epic side-scroller video game. thE sIMuLAtioN iS coRruPt!
Rick and Morty are back and ready for more multidimensional mayhem, with a new season that includes a creepy ocean man who rides on a sled made of sea creatures, killer robots, insect kaiju, futuristic ziplining, and more. Premieres 6.20.2021 on Adult Swim, with seasons 1 through 4 now on HBO Max.
In this awesome anime short, the council of Ricks sends Morty on an adventure to Tokyo, where he must defeat one of the greatest threats in the multiverse. Naturally, things take an unexpected turn or two. Created by Tower of God director Takashi Sano, and TMS, the animation studio behind Akira among other things.
Behind the Curtain takes us inside the organized chaos that goes into the making of the Adult Swim hit Rick and Morty. Combining interview clips from creators Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon, you’ll learn about how they come up with ideas for characters, stories, and scripts, then how the animation process is intertwined.
Rick and Morty has given us memorable songs like Goodbye Moonmen, The Rick Dance, and Help Me I’m Gonna Die. Now you can sing along to your favorite tunes from the animated series, thanks to the folks at Adult Swim’s YouTube channel. Kudos to Angela Stempel for the accompanying animations.
The boys are back in the multiverse. After a 6-month hiatus, Rick and Morty returns with the back half of its fourth season. Along the way, they wear unnecessarily badass suits and destroy countless aliens. Oh, and Snuffles (er, Snowball) returns to face a new enemy. The five new episodes kick off 5/3/2020 on Adult Swim.
(PG-13: Gore) Rick and Morty star in this bloodsoaked anime about a group of angry Ninja Ricks who think Rick WTM-72 has kidnapped Shogun Morty, and will do anything to stop him. Directed and written by Kaichi Sato, and produced by Studio DEEN. In Japanese, with English subtitles.
D&D and Adult Swim present a great introductory tabletop RPG game, inspired by the insane multiverse of Rick and Morty. The set includes an adventure book, character sheets, rule set, a dungeon master screen, and a set of colorful dice. For up to 5 players, levels 1 to 3.
(Gore) Lee Hardcastle is back with another series of Rick and Morty claymation shorts, this time sending the duo on a some Halloween adventures, injecting them into Beetlejuice, Hellraiser, The Blair Witch Project, Videodrome, and a few other creepy and not so creepy movie classics.
(PG-13: Language) Adult Swim welcomes us back to the multiverse with an new season of Rick and Morty, as the smartest Rick and the smartest Morty head out on a new series of crazy misadventures. Along the way, Rick conjures a dragon, Mr. Meeseeks returns, and Taika Waititi plays a four-eyed alien. Five new episodes kick off 11/10/19.
(PG-13: Language, Gore) Animator Stefan Schumacher’s cartoon is clearly a nod to Rick and Morty, as two alien sharks decide they need to blend in after arriving on a strange planet. Despite its humorous approach, it’s actually a grim message about saving the real sharks here on Earth.
A special limited edition of Teenage Engineering’s awesome little Pocket Operator PO-35 Speak sampler and beatmaker, featuring a built-in mic, eight voice characters created by Justin Roiland himself, and Rick and Morty animations. Sadly, it looks like it’s already sold out, so it’s off to eBay for us.
Rick, Morty, and Mr. Meeseeks are here to add a splash of light to any space. These officially-licensed collectibles are perfect for lighting up your garage workshop where you mess with the fabric of space and time. Each one measures appx. 4″ tall and runs on 2 AA batteries.
Get Schwifty with musician Scott Bradlee (of Postmodern Jukebox fame), as he performs his arrangement of the theme song from Rick and Morty, played in a smooth, jazzy style. We’d love to see the versions of Rick and Morty that exist in the jazz quadrant of the multiverse.
(PG-13: Language) Rick and Morty co-creator Justin Roiland presents a series of not so useful tips to help budding voice actors hone their craft and perform just like he does. No time to watch? Rescue some dogs, drink lots of Hennessey, and you’ll be a star in no time.