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Dan Harmon Explains What’s Taking Rick And Morty So Long

by Peter Paltridgeon January 27, 2017
Adult Swim is one of those rare networks that will give its creators as much time as they need to create each season of their shows — which is both a blessing and a curse; a blessing on the creators’ end and a curse for everyone else. By now people are seriously starting to wonder […]

Rick & Morty: The Non-Canonical Adventures

by Peter Paltridgeon November 4, 2016
With each month that passes without hearing anything about Rick & Morty’s third season, it’s looking like Mr. Poopybutthole’s forecast of “a year and a half, or longer” may unfortunately come true. But Adult Swim is at least trying to fill in the gap with Rick & Morty: The Non-Canonical Adventures, brief shorts less than […]

Rick And Morty Bring Virtual Rick-ality To SDCC 2016

by Alex Beanon July 16, 2016
Rick and Morty [via Adult Swim] are coming to San Diego for the 2016 Comic-Con. Adult Swim is encouraging you to thrust your hands and eyeballs into Rick’s garage with their virtual reality display “Rick and Morty: Virtual Rick-ality.” Comic-Con attendees are further encouraged to fondle and touch things as well as “make horrible mistakes […]
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Review: “Rick and Morty” Season Two Blu-ray Is Squanching Fantastic!

by Neo Yion June 6, 2016
Rick and Morty manages to pull in more content in twenty-one episodes than most other shows can manage in a multi-season lifespan. Its comical deconstruction of the sci-fi genre is delightfully tongue-in-cheek and cleverly demented. In its first season, the kid-with-a-mentor story trope took  firm bunt to the head, analyzing the whimsical, fun-filled adventures as […]

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Adult Swim Launches #wrongbutright To Promote Spotify Content In UK, Germany & Sweden

by Grant Whiteon April 6, 2016
Turner International have launched a new social media led campaign to promote their Adult Swim shows within the United Kingdom, Sweden and Germany. Using the hashtag #wrongbutright, the campaign will promote the availability in these territories of free Adult Swim episodes and clips on Spotify via content on platforms including Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, SnapChat and […]
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Rick And Morty May Return Sooner Than Previously Stated

by Peter Paltridgeon March 4, 2016
The season finale of Rick and Morty, which aired last October, ended in a huge cliffhanger and the statement that viewers would have to wait “a year and a half, or longer” for the conclusion. As aggravating as that sounded, it also seemed likely, since the wait from Season 1 to Season 2 of the […]

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Pocket Mortys Coming From Adult Swim Games

by Peter Paltridgeon January 5, 2016
You could create a pretty hilarious Pokemon parody using Rick & Morty characters. Morty could be the nervous protagonist booted out of his house at 10 years old and shoved into a world of monsters he was expected to conquer, while Rick could pose as a passive Professor Oak, sort of watching over him while […]

“Rick and Morty” Renewed for Third Season

by Ed Liuon August 12, 2015
Rick and Morty Renewed For Third Season of Intergalactic Adventures Series Continues Network’s Original Programming Success with Season Two Triple-Digit Growth Adult Swim has announced that they are ordering more intergalactic adventures with the season three pickup of the original hit animated comedy series, Rick and Morty. New episodes of the series air Sundays at […]

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SDCC2015: The Amazing Time-Traveling Crazy Science “Rick and Morty” Roundtable Interview

by Christopher Glennonon July 24, 2015
Adult Swim’s Rick and Morty is the story of a troubled intergalactic adventurer and the chaos he brings to his family. Season two premieres on Sunday, July 26, 2015. Toonzone News, along with other members of the press, sat down with executive producer Dan Harmon, executive producer and voice actor of both Rick and Morty […]

Review: The “Rick and Morty” Season Two Premiere Is Still Dementedly Creative

by Neo Yion July 24, 2015
Rick and Morty was a pleasant surprise. Its ambitious deconstruction to mine laughs out of the sci-fi genre and related tropes could have wandered into aimless, lazy parodies. Instead, it went above and beyond with clever plot twists and diverse scenarios, all comfortably nestled within its provocatively creative animation. No two episodes were alike, and […]