Pickle Rick is back! Bring your favorite Adult Swim Rick and Morty character home with this talking collectible figure of Rick Sanchez's pickle alter ego. It includes: 3-inch squeezable Pickle Rick mounted on a base.
Author: Robb Pearlman
Publisher: Running Press Miniature Editions
Pickle Rick is back! Bring your favorite Rick and Morty character home with this talking collectible figure of Rick Sanchez's pickle alter ego. It includes: 3-inch squeezable Pickle Rick mounted on a base. Says "I turned myself into a pickle, Morty!" and "I'm Pickle Riiick!" 48-page book on Pickle Rick, featuring full-color illustrations from Rick and Morty
In the Book of Gadgets and Inventions, author Robb Pearlman explores the science and backstories as well as includes humorous how-to instructions for of all the gadgets and gizmos from all three seasons of Rick and Morty, breaking them into ...
Author: Robb Pearlman
Publisher: Running Press Adult
Category: Performing Arts
This official illustrated guide features a unique look at all the gadgets and inventions created by Rick Sanchez from Adult Swim's Emmy-winning show Rick and Morty. Just in time for the release of season four of Rick and Morty, dive into this one-of-a-kind guide that explores and explains all the inventions, gadgets, and machines -- not just the ones with a sci-fi word added to it -- that Rick and Morty have encountered on their mind-blowing adventures! In the Book of Gadgets and Inventions, author Robb Pearlman explores the science and backstories as well as includes humorous how-to instructions for of all the gadgets and gizmos from all three seasons of Rick and Morty, breaking them into seven themed-categories including items like: Body and Mind: Anatomy Park, Mindblower Helmet, and Pickle Serum Interdimensional Power & Travel: Interdimensional Cable, Interdimensional Goggles, and Microverse Battery Weapons, Guns & Suits: Concentrated Dark Matter, Groin System 6000, Rat Suit, and Suicide Machine Ships, Machines & Boxes: Curse Purge Scanner, Demonic Alien Containment Box, Detox Machine, and Science Microwave Robots & Clones: Butter Robot, Drones, Tiny Rick, and Toxic Rick and Morty Extracurricular Gadgets & Inventions: Alien Vaccum, Beth's Toys, Ovenless Brownies, Time Stabilizing Collar, True Level, and Wishing Portal Interdimensional Gadgets & Science: Brainalyzer Helmet, Conroy, Gwendolyn, Meeseeks Box, Plubus, Roy: A Life Well Lived, and Zigerion Simulation Chamber With full-color illustrations, concept art, "Rick Facts" sidebars, episode references, and handwritten notes from Rick and Morty throughout, Book of Gadgets and Inventions is a truly unique and must-have guide for fans of one of the most bizarre and beloved animated shows on television.
The biggest pickle-sized character in pop culture comes to comics!
Author: Kyle Starks
Publisher: Oni Press
The biggest pickle-sized character in pop culture comes to comics! In this reimagined version, written by Delilah S. Dawson (Star Wars) and with art from series artists CJ Cannon and Nick Filardi, Rick gets out of some much-needed family therapy time by inventing a fruit gun, which he uses on himself, and things go...poorly. What's that, you say? You didn't know cucumbers are fruits? How embarrassing... Plus: Jaguar's back too, and he's on a mission to save his daughter from a fan-favorite character you'll never expect.
(Rick & Morty Season 5, Rick and Morty Gifts, Rick and Morty Pickle Rick) Insight Editions, August Craig, James Asmus ... So, since I'm probably talking to FUTURE Morty, I figured maybe I'll start sharing some “adulting” tips!
Author: Insight Editions
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Embark on an interdimensional culinary journey with Rick and Morty: The Official Cookbook, the ultimate collection of recipes inspired by the hit television series! Create dishes from across the multiverse with Rick and Morty: The Official Cookbook! Featuring cuisine from the planets and dimensions seen in the series, this colorful cookbook offers a wide variety of over 50 recipes inspired by the beloved show. Fans will delight in recreating the show’s most iconic dishes, such as Sugar Chicken and Pickled Ricks, along with a host of other appetizers, main courses, desserts, and drinks. Bursting with photography that’s sure to inspire chefs of any skill level, this cookbook is the perfect culinary companion for your travels across space and time. • DISCOVER MORE THAN 50 RECIPES FROM THE RICK AND MORTY MULTIVERSE: Create dozens of inventive recipes from the outlandish worlds of Rick and Morty, from Mega Fruit Salad to Eye Holes, Gazorpazorpfield Enchiladas, and Sugar Chicken. • THE FIRST OFFICIAL RICK AND MORTY COOKBOOK: The only cookbook with official recipes directly inspired by Rick and Morty! • PERFECT FOR ALL SKILL LEVELS: With accessible step-by-step instructions and helpful cooking tips, Rick and Morty: The Official Cookbook is a great guide for fans of any age and skill level, from kitchen novices to the smartest chefs in the universe. • COMPLETE YOUR RICK AND MORTY COLLECTION: A delicious companion to your Rick and Morty library, Rick and Morty: The Official Cookbook is a fun addition to Insight Editions’ line of Rick and Morty titles, including the Rick and Morty: Pocket Notebook Collection and Rick and Morty: Pickle Rick Hardcover Ruled Journal.
Names Across the Multiverse When Morty said “I eat breakfast twenty yards away from my own rotting corpse,” or when ... the person I talk about when I say “Justin Roiland co-created Rick and Morty,” Morty saying “myself” isn't talking ...
Author: Lester C. Abesamis
Publisher: Open Court Publishing
The adult-oriented science-fiction cartoon series Rick and Morty, shown on Cartoon Network as part of its late-night Adult Swim feature, is famous for its nihilistic anti-hero Rick Sanchez. Rick is a character who rejects God, religion, and meaning, but who embraces science and technology. This leads to a popular show that often presents a world view favorable to science and dismissive of spirituality. It is existentialism mashed up with absurdism with a healthy (or unhealthy) dose of dick jokes thrown in. Rick and Morty and Philosophy focuses on the philosophical underpinnings of the show. The authors explain and develop ideas that are mentioned or illustrated in various episodes, so that fans can get really solid evidence for what they know already: this show is awesome and deep. Rick has access to technology that allows him to jump between dimensions or realities. He brings his grandson, Morty, along with him on these adventures, often putting Morty in mortal danger. However, Rick’s attitude is that there are an infinite number of Mortys in the multiverse, so if his Morty dies, he can always replace his Morty with another Morty from a different dimension. One question that arises is, are these Mortys really identical to each other? And if one of them dies, can he really be replaced without loss? Another character in the show is Jerry, the husband of Rick’s daughter. Jerry is a complete and total loser with no self-respect, desperate to get any kind of respect from others. Why is it so important that he has self-respect? How does his lack of self-respect affect those around him? In one adventure, Jerry finds himself in a position where he can save one of the greatest civil rights leaders in the universe whose heart is failing. Jerry can save his life by donating his penis, which is the perfect organ to match the alien’s failing heart. Does Jerry have a moral obligation to do so? Recently, ethicists such as Peter Singer and Julian Savulescu have argued that people have a moral obligation to donate a kidney to people who need one. Why wouldn’t the same apply to Jerry’s penis? Is such a donation above and beyond a moral obligation, and consequently optional, or is it a basic moral obligation and therefore required, as noted ethicists like Singer and Savulescu suggest? This volume also includes chapters that examine the experience of watching Rick and Morty. One writer argues that many of the Rick and Morty episodes induce within viewers a state of “Socratic aporia,” or confusion. Viewers are forced to reflect on their own moral beliefs about the world when characters do something that seems good but results in horrendous consequences.
It is clear that Morty's values, his way of coping with his own personal anger issues and intellect have shifted to align more with Rick's sensibilities. There are examples of this in almost every season 3 episode: - In Season 3, ...
Author: Edward K. Eckhart-Zinn
Publisher: Dorrance Publishing
Category: Performing Arts
The Sequel Superior By: Edward K. Eckhart-Zinn Edward K. Eckhart-Zinn believes strongly that the age of internet criticism has led to a new path of viewing film and television, or by the encompassing terminology, “screen work”. A healthy array of screen work subjects are covered in The Sequel Superior, from the serialization of film through franchises like Star Wars or the MCU, to the overlooked impact your personal life has on any constructed artworks, exploring just how massive and engaged that link is. This book is equally for creators and critics alike, bringing new light to conceptually finding “objective factors” in “subjective artistry”. Screen works of all kinds are heavily dissected on this figurative operating table, such as Rick and Morty, Breaking Bad, The Simpsons, and the Star Wars sequel trilogy. The modern screen work climate is anatomically deconstructed to render an almost scientific schematic, breaking down elements such as tropes, hype, plot threads, plot holes, the fairly new presence of the internet, fandom, fan fiction, fanfare, the benefits of an animated medium, rosy retrospection, nostalgia, and all of their respective effects to generate the take o the current-day media environment. Instead of retreading the continued deconstruction of such antique masterpieces like Casablanca or The Shining, we instead immerse ourselves in the less respected yet extremely popular “popcorn movie” and attempt to understand why the highest grossing films for the last ten years have all been sequel installments. This book posits that there truly are right ways and wrong ways of making this artwork, and the consumer, critic, and creator can all benefit greatly from its perspectives.
Rick Who Loves Getting Drunk And JAGUAR Seriously cool guy . Very hung up on the death of his ... I had to staple A pickle chip to my pickle shoulder like a pickle skin graft . Immensely Awesome shit but ... What was I talking about ?
Author: Albro Lundy
Publisher: Dark Horse Comics
An oversized full-color hardcover encyclopedia collecting hilarious trivia on the characters from the ultra-hit animated series! In an interdimensional reality as crazy and wild as Rick and Morty, it can be hard to keep all of the characters straight, and now you don't have to use any more of your precious brain space to do it! It's all in this here book, baby! In this new collection, learn all about your favorite (and not so favorite) characters from around the multiverse. Take a look at all of the titular characters, the humans and the aliens, with the Rick and Morty Character Guide. Want to know more about the Council of Ricks? Or Ricks feelings on Zeep Xanflorp? Or why Bird Person talks like that? This book has got you covered! Collecting information on the whole cast of characters, this book is a must-have for any fan of the award-winning Adult Swim show!
So is Rick and Morty an educational show? Sort of. Is it inspirational? Hardly. Does it offer a hopeful view of the future? Not at all. But does it get its audience thinking and talking about science? Since you're here, ...
Author: Matt Brady
Publisher: Atria Books
Category: Performing Arts
Explore the real science behind the Cartoon Network phenomenon Rick and Morty—one of television’s most irreverent, whip-smart, and darkly hilarious shows—and discover how close we are to Rick’s many experiments becoming a reality. Adult Swim’s Rick and Morty is one of the smartest (and most insane) shows on television. Genius alcoholic Rick Sanchez and his hapless grandson Morty have explored everything from particle physics to human augmentation and much more in their intergalactic adventures through the multiverse. With biting humor and plenty of nihilism, Rick and Morty employs cutting-edge scientific theories in every episode. But, outside of Rick’s garage laboratory, what are these theories truly about and what can they teach us about ourselves? Blending biology, chemistry, and physics basics with accessible—and witty—prose, The Science of Rick and Morty equips you with the scientific foundation to thoroughly understand Rick’s experiments from the show, such as how we can use dark matter and energy, just what is intelligence hacking, and whether or not you can really control a cockroach’s nervous system with your tongue. Perfect for longtime and new fans of the show, this is the ultimate segue into discovering more about our complicated and fascinating universe.
... Calbee Honey Butter Chips, Rick and Morty, doing Richie's Plank Experience on the HTC VIVE with an actual elevated plank on the floor, Crack Butter from healthybutter.org, escape rooms, Tim Tam slams, picklebacks, skittykitts, ...
Author: Timothy Ferriss
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Category: Business & Economics
Life-changing wisdom from 130 of the world's highest achievers in short, action-packed pieces, featuring inspiring quotes, life lessons, career guidance, personal anecdotes, and other advice