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The success of Rick And Morty has gifted co-creator Justin Roiland a free pass to pursue any other project as he wants. So far they seem to be very similar to the show that launched his career. Hulu's Solar...
We're so used to waiting "a year and a half, or longer" for fresh Rick and Morty content that it's jarring to have the staff share material from Season 5 just a couple months after Season 4 ended. The...
Last night, shortly before the stroke of midnight on Adult Swim, the first lengthy look at Rick and Morty's long-awaited fourth season suddenly appeared. And it's a messy one. Goop is flying everywhere throughout the footage; purple, yellow, green...
Aw geez! Ooo-wee! Belch! Other catch phrases! Remember when the future of Rick & Morty was up in the air? It's finally landed, and on the good side. How many obscure fast food sauces will this cartoon be able...
Cartoons, video games, comics -- where will Rick and Morty turn up next? How about during a Deadmau5 concert? Over a minute of new material for the duo made a surprise appearance on the DJ's monitors during a New...
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 MST3K Kickstarter is within its final hours, and co-creator Joel Hodgson is pulling out all the stops. At this point enough has been raised for a nine-episode season, but if just one more million can be gathered by...
Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland, creators of the Adult Swim show Rick & Morty (which is also the greatest show on television right now), sat down with The Hollywood Reporter on the eve of their Season 2 finale episode....
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...