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Can’t get enough of “Rick and Morty”? You’re not alone. Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland’s beloved animated creation about the sci-fi adventures of a zany and cynical scientist, Rick Sanchez, and his grandson Morty, is heading into its fifth season on Adult Swim.
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For those unfamiliar with the “Rick and Morty,” the series revolves around Rick, who went missing for nearly 20 years before showing up at his daughter’s doorstep looking for a place to stay. Her husband is hardly thrilled that his father-in-law wants to move in with them and their two children, but that doesn’t stop Rick. The genius inventor converts the family’s garage into a lab, and takes his grandson along on his escapades.
During last year’s virtual PaleyFest, Harmon revealed that the “Rick and Morty” production was “more on schedule” than ever before, yet Season 5 has no official release date. But we do know at least one detail about the season.
“There’s an episode in Season 5 where Morty has a relationship with another female character that’s not Jessica,” Harmon revealed. “It’s just a great little story and my very, very longtime friend and collaborator Rob Schrab wrote it…He’s also a very tender writer; a juvenile, John Hughes, he really feels heartache on a level a man his age shouldn’t. There’s an episode coming up in Season 5, my Emmy is going to that one.”
Since “Rick and Morty” box sets can be a little hit or miss as far as content, and packaging goes, we put together a list of single season, and multi-season Blu-rays, along with books, games, and other “Rick and Morty” merchandise circling the web.
See our roundup below.
Own the complete first season of Adult’s Swim’s animated series following the misadventures of mad scientist, Rick, and his grandson, Morty. The Blu-ray (also available on DVD) features 11 episodes, with a running time of four hours. If you want to make it a set, pick up season two of “Rick and Morty” on Blu-ray or DVD.
The full, uncensored “Rick and Morty” Season 3 Blu-ray comes with a code to stream the episodes digitally, a Morty Adventure Card, and a small poster.
Ready to test your “Rick and Morty” knowledge? This Trivial Pursuit game features 600 questions about frenemies, science and technology, locations, Rick and the family, history and events, and a “wubalubadubdub” wild card category related to other show aspects.
While there’s not much extra in the realm of episode commentary and other special features, but it’s perfect if you’re simply looking for a physical copy of “Rick and Morty” Season 4 on Blu-ray (or DVD).
Read up on the second installment of the “Rick and Morty” book series following Rick and Morty on an exploration to the outer reaches of time, space, and decency. The collection features four issues from the comic book series including, “Ball Fondlers Special” by guest artist Andrew MacLean, and “A Very Special Blumbus,” illustrated by series writer Zac Gorman.
Aside from the first three seasons of “Rick and Morty,” the triple-disc box set comes complete with a digital code so that you can stream from just about any device, and a “Rick and Morty” poster.
For the ultimate “Rick and Morty” fan: an oversized, 160-page hardcover encyclopedia of hilarious trivia, colorful illustrations, and detailed character guide covering everything from the show’s titular characters, to aliens, and humans.
“The Art of Rick and Morty Vol. 2. Deluxe Edition” showcases the colorful art from Season 3 and Season 4 of your favorite animated sci-fi series. The set includes an acetate sleeve with Rick and Morty’s silhouettes, a glow-in-the-dark lithograph print, gilded edges, and a ribbon marker, and replicas of Rick’s iconic bumper sticker. The book won’t be out until June 15, but you can pre-order it now.
The classic board game gets a “Rick and Morty” transformation. Players can buy, sell, and trade locations from the “Rick and Morty” multiverse, including the Cromulon Dimension, Gazorpazorp and Planet Squanch, and a few places from your own Earth realm. The board game comes with six collectible tokens, Flooble Cranks, Gooble Boxes, custom Flurbo currency, and more.