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Rick and Morty #40 [Late] Review: Putting Pickle Rick to Bed

Rick and Morty #40 [Late] Review: Putting Pickle Rick to Bed

This is funny too, and Rii Abrego and Sarah Stern do a good job on these visuals as well.Rick and Morty #40 is a genuinely entertaining one-off story that puts our heroes and one of their most famous jokes through a battle royal stress test to see how they stack up It’s a solid comic,[...]

Rick and Morty #39 Review: Less Interesting than Usual but Still Fun

Rick and Morty #39 Review: Less Interesting than Usual but Still Fun

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Rick and Morty are on another adventure through space when they are stopped by law enforcement for possession of illicit materials (a cookie wafer Rick has made from the memories of sentient beings). They are held in custody, and Rick discovers that one of their holding mates is the lieutenant of a crime […]

Rick and Morty #38 Review: Rick vs. Vampires and the World of Mortys

Rick and Morty #38 Review: Rick vs. Vampires and the World of Mortys

That’s a good thing of course; treating the source material like an untouchable masterpiece that can’t be improved is never a good idea.The follow-up story from the world of Mortys, 'Mortycast', is pretty damn funny too. Rii Abrego and Sarah Stern bring the story to visual life well too.Rick and Morty #38 is a funny and action-packed[...]