The Vindicators, a honest-to-goodness superhero team, reluctantly seek Rick’s help (& Morty’s too, we guess) to stop the world-ending evil known as Worldender!
Rick finds himself in quite the pickle after he turns himself into a pickle. Yeah, that’s our set-up. It’s Pickle Rick, motha******!
Rick’s efforts to retrieve a special crystal from a clan of post-apocalyptic raiders go awry when his grandchildren seem to enjoy the fall of society a little too much. Can Morty and Summer ever get beyond Thunderdome?
On this week’s pull list — Zodiac Starforce: Cries of the Fire Prince #1 and Rick and Morty: Pocket Like You Stole It #1
Rick and Morty fans were surprised with a sudden Season Premiere marthon on April Fools Day! And the joke really was on us! Matt Morrison explains…
Topping our pull list this week are Aquaman #49 and Rick and Morty #11!
[WARNING – This review contains SPOILERS.] Rick Sanchez isn’t much for weddings, comparing them to funerals with cake. So he views his invitation to the wedding of his best friend Birdperson with the usual level of disdain Rick reserves for most things that are not getting laid, getting drunk or his grandson Morty. But he’s […]
[WARNING – This review contains SPOILERS.] Rick and Morty are off on an old-school adventure. Just Rick and Morty, like the good old days. Rick and Morty, sans Jerry, Beth or Summer. And things are, relatively, peaceful and quiet. Naturally it doesn’t last. An encounter with an overly large space bug requires an emergency landing […]