Rick And Morty still remains In The Marvel Universe
So let’s jump; fans!!!
After Adventure Time voice actor Justin Roiland awakened with Community scribe Dan Harmon, the result was one of the very incisively animated science-fiction comedies in a generation.
For all those unversed in this specific corner of geekdom, Rick and Morty started as a parody of Robert Zemeckis’ definitive 1985 sci-fi humor, Back to the Future, to get its monthly Los Angeles based short movie festival Channel 101, which was also created by Harmon together with Ron Schrab.
The series was then picked up by Cartoon Network and began in their [adult swim] programming block in December of 2013, quickly bringing a diehard following since it developed into what has been described as “an endless fart joke wrapped around a researched look into nihilism.”
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The series, which has so far aired 36 episodes on its initial three-and-a-half seasons, has also generated a continuing comic series now 57 issues deep, the five-issue Pocket Like You Stole It miniseries, the five-issue Lil’ Poopy Superstar miniseries, the eight-issue Rick and Morty Presents… anthology, the four-part Rick and Morty vs. Dungeons and Dragons crossover narrative, and its four-part sequel series Rick and Morty vs. Dungeons and Dragons II: Painscape.
But as of January 22nd, Morty and Rick is now a part of a much more comic book world that is expansive, appearing over the pages of Gerry Duggan installment of his Marauders series set at the Marvel Universe’s prime character.
In the event that you were hoping to watch trans-dimensional mad scientist Rick Sanchez facing off against the likes of Otto Octavius or even Victor von Doom, however, you are going to find yourself disappointed (unless you’re courageous enough to plumb the depths of Fanfiction.net), because Rick and Morty has emerged in the Marvel Universe, but Rick and Morty have not.
On page 15 of the Marauders issue in question, Darren Cross reports that St. John Allerdyce is lounging with a Long Island Iced Tea in the movie theater of a yacht watching Rick and Morty. The unique sitcom is as a bit of fictional entertainment in as it does in our reality, which can be designated as Earth-1218.
An individual must wonder in case alternative versions of Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon also exist in Earth-616, and what sorts of projects they may be working on in a universe where time-traveling heroes and villains are commonplace.
Over here in Earth-1218, an individual must also wonder if our Roiland and Harmon, that have not been bashful of lampooning comic book films, especially in the third-season episode “Vindicators 3: The Return of Worldender,” will react to the volley by launching Marvel Comics in their already very own Rickleverse.
In the meantime, all fingers crossed while we’re waiting to know the next big news! However, it is sure that Rick and Morty returns for the second half of season 4 later this year. Rick and Morty #58 (Part 3 of 5) is already on shelves in book stores on January 29, which is today!
‘Marauders’ is available now.