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Rick and Morty Vol 2 (GN)

Zac Gorman Zac Gorman Cj Cannon Andrew MacLean



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Oni Press,US
10 May 2016
Science fiction; Graphic novels; Fiction-related items; Other Film, TV & Media; Science; Humourous Sci-Fi; Aliens; Space Exploration; Galactic Empires; Sci-Fi Graphic Novel; Alternate Reality; Graphic Novel
The hit comic book series based on Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland's hilarious [adult swim] animated show RICK & MORTY continues! Catch up on the adventures of degenerate genius Rick Sanchez and his bumbling grandson Morty as they explore the outer reaches of time, space, and decency. This collection features issues #6-10 of the comic book series, including the BALL FONDLERS SPECIAL by guest artist Andrew MacLean, A VERY SPECIAL BLUMBUS, illustrated by series writer Zac Gorman, and a cyberpunk adventure across the multiverse. Plus: bonus mini-comics showcasing fan-favorite characters!
By:   Zac Gorman, Zac Gorman
Illustrated by:   Cj Cannon, Andrew MacLean, Zac Gorman
Imprint:   Oni Press,US
Country of Publication:   United States
Dimensions:   Height: 257mm,  Width: 165mm,  Spine: 8mm
Weight:   272g
ISBN:   9781620103197
ISBN 10:   1620103192
Series:   Rick and Morty
Pages:   128
Publication Date:   10 May 2016
Audience:   Young adult ,  Preschool (0-5)
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Reviews for Rick and Morty Vol 2 (GN)

BOOKLIST-This second installment of Gorman and company's series opens on an uncharacteristically sunshiny scene of Rick and Morty building a car for a soapbox derby. That moment, however, is short-lived: a horrid, gelatinous creature suddenly appears and gores Rick with a barbed tentacle. With his dying breath, Rick gurgles, It's starting. A few dimension-hops later and another Rick and Morty are traveling to the only Rick-free corner of the multiverse to wait out the massacre of all Ricks. But is a universe with only a Morty as safe as it might sound? As in the first volume, nihilistic jokes and obscure pop culture references abound, but the absurdity of those over-the-top allusions is always played for laughs. Questions of causality and ethics arise, but they are gleefully thrown aside in favor of crude irreverence and candy-colored vulgarity. Cannon's artwork nicely replicates the visual style of the cartoon, from Rick's drunken, wonky eyes to the grotesque interdimensional creatures that pepper the pages. Brainy older teens with slightly twisted senses of humor will appreciate this.

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