(PG-13: Lyrics) Animator Slevelesssocks decided that the insane track Terry Fold from the closing credits of the Rick and Morty episode Rest and Ricklaxation would be made just that much better with images. We’re gonna go hold some foldy flaps.
Rick And Morty
Rick and Morty’s Chief Science Officer recently assumed his greatest form yet – Pickle Rick. Now you can have this seemingly innocuous, but actually deadly Rick in Funko POP! form. Comes with drill hands or a laser cannon. Pre-order now for delivery starting 1/2018.
It’s far from a comprehensive collection, but ThePandaTooth’s arrangement of the Rick and Morty theme song, Goodbye Moonmen, Chaos Chaos- Do You Feel It? and Hurt is jampacked with emotion, and just might bring a tear to your eye. Here’s a little bonus from Evil Morty.
(PG-13) Wubba lubba mod mod! Rick and Morty fan zzcool and their fellow modders brought one of the show’s dimensions to Grand Theft Auto V. It includes the Cromulons, a working portal gun, Pickle Rick and more. It seems to have borrowed assets from Virtual Rick-ality.
You know how there are an infinite number of Ricks and Mortys in the multiverse? Well it turns out that they can appear in infinite animation styles as well. Director Matt Taylor’s video exposes us to some of the many other looks they’ve experienced. Full list of artists here.
Somebody stole the plans to Rick’s portal gun, and it’s up to you to figure out who the thief is, where they absconded with the plans, and what instrument they used to pull of the heist. There are six game pieces in the box… possibly more if it’s infected with parasites.
“I refuse to answer a literal call to adventure, Morty. Let it go to voicemail.” The new season brings us Pickle Rick, Morty’s giant arm, some creepy dude smashing heads with a giant piano, and gooey mutants galore in “the darkest year” of their adventures. Episodes kick off 7/30/17.
(PG-13: Language) “Do I agree with Rick that nothing means anything? No I do not, because the knowledge that nothing matters, while accurate, gets you nowhere.” Rick & Morty co-creator Dan Harmon talks about the philosophy they espouse in their hit show.
(PG-13: Language) Fans of Rick and Morty are painfully aware of Rick’s problems with the bottle. For an upcoming episode, Rick gets so blackout drunk that Dan Harmon decided that co-creator and actor Justin Roiland should read the part shitfaced. Man, Justin’s a sad drunk.
Wisecrack is back with another deep-dive into the Rick and Morty multiverse. This time they break down the classic episode The Ricks Must Be Crazy, and how Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland’s use of good story structure makes each episode as satisfying as possible.
(PG-13: Language, SPOILERS) Wisecrack argues that Rick’s obsession with szechuan sauce is no bombshell. Instead, it’s merely another display of the show’s advocacy of Albert Camus’ brand of absurdism: existence is meaningless, and trying to find meaning is a fool’s errand.
Andrew Rea tried three ways to recreate McDonald’s discontinued Szechuan sauce, which plays a pivotal role in Rick and Morty‘s season 3 premiere. There’s the semi-authentic way, the Xeropoint way and the McDonald’s way. Why can’t you just travel to 1998, Rick?!
If you missed the April 1st livestream of season 3, episode 1 of Rick and Morty, (and assuming the lawyers have yanked down any mirrors), trust us when we say it was great. To tide you over, enjoy this trippy 30-second Adult Swim segway done in an awesome pixel art style.
(SPOILERS, PG-13) Rick and Morty‘s Rick and Morty may have the same voice actor, but the colorful cast of characters surrounding them were brought to life by a schiwft-ton of guests, from John Oliver to Werner Herzog. Check them out in Adult Swim Australia’s compilation.
(PG-13: Language) After looking at Rick and Morty’s many references, Wisecrack delves into the show’s exploration of human nature and belief systems peppered throughout Get Schwifty, in which giant heads descend from the heavens with less than altrustic motives.
Artist Stephen Andrade loves to make realistic pulp fiction or Choose Your Own Adventure covers based on popular series such as Rick and Morty, Labyrinth and Seinfeld. Prints of the Get Schwifty cover will be available on Gallery1988’s Rick and Morty exhibit.