Rick and Morty Vol Catch up on the adventures of sociopathic genius scientist Rick Sanchez as he drags his inherently timid grandson Morty Smith on dangerous adventures across the universe This volume features Eisner no

  • Title: Rick and Morty, Vol. 6
  • Author: Kyle Starks
  • ISBN: 9781620104521
  • Page: 450
  • Format: Paperback
  • Catch up on the adventures of sociopathic genius scientist Rick Sanchez as he drags his inherently timid grandson Morty Smith on dangerous adventures across the universe This volume features Eisner nominated writer Kyle Starks Sexcastle in collaboration with series artists CJ Cannon, Marc Ellerby, and guest artist Benjamin Dewey The Autumnlands , plus guest writers SeaCatch up on the adventures of sociopathic genius scientist Rick Sanchez as he drags his inherently timid grandson Morty Smith on dangerous adventures across the universe This volume features Eisner nominated writer Kyle Starks Sexcastle in collaboration with series artists CJ Cannon, Marc Ellerby, and guest artist Benjamin Dewey The Autumnlands , plus guest writers Sean Vanaman and Olly Moss Firewatch Watch with horror as Earth is invaded by aliens and Jerry is sent to stop them Confront ethical conundrums when Rick clones Morty Glue your eyeballs to interdimensional cable All that and in this collection of Rick and Morty comics

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    One thought on “Rick and Morty, Vol. 6”

    1. Amazing to think that six volumes into the run, Rick & Morty comics are nailing it harder than ever. Several of the previous volumes were good, but I think Vol. 6 is my favorite one yet. Does a great job of telling a fun and interesting story while maintaining the authentic feel of the show, and strikes a perfect balance of art and text.Recommend for fans of the show.

    2. The Rick and Morty comics to date do a great job of capturing the feel of the show. I can definitely "hear" the voices and the pacing is spot on.

    3. Just like the show.Loved the new character Drippy Boy! I hope he comes back somehow.Didn't like the 4th issue's illustration. Kyle Starks illustrated this issue. While he's great at writing the Rick and Morty comics, his illustration style is so different that it breaks the continuity for me, and I just don't like it in general. This same issue also had an interdimensional cable storyline, and those always feel kind of lazy on the part of the writers and less interesting.The 5th issue had a diff [...]

    4. After the superb previous volume, this one was a mixed bag. Many of the stories aren't particularly worthy of being called 'stories' so much as they are just vignettes or scattered episodic moments that aren't worked up to anything significant or distinctive RnM in quality, which gives this volume a rather haphazard, scrapbook-like feel. Interdimensional Cable III doesn't work in the same amusing way as the animated series, medium-wise (advertisements, after all, are meant for tv), and the jokes [...]

    5. I love these graphic novels. They are just what I need to tide me over until the next season of Rick and Morty comes out. Rick and Morty go on different adventures than they do in the TV show so I would recommend not missing out on more Rick and Morty adventures. Rick and Morty FOREVER!

    6. I am a bigger fan of a volume with an overarching plot arc, but this is always a good title to read. Hilarious.

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