Rick and Morty is obviously a great show. And they’ve got a great marketing team behind them, because they’ve produced a second weird and awesome anime standalone short. They did the first one a couple months ago, and now they’re back!
This is some really great marketing, as far as I’m concerned. It’s weird, it’s awesome, it’s insanely creative and it’s completely unique. And that’s exactly what one expects from Rick and Morty!
General anxiety in the face of the coronavirus is pretty strong right now. I’m this close to blowing some $400+ dollars on a Nintendo Switch that I don’t need right now. I’m twitching, people! I’m twitching!
So let’s ease the tension with some fun cartoon show trailers! Like, there’s a new Rick and Morty trailer!
Rick and Morty comes back to TV on May 3! The trailer looks great and I am absolutely looking forward to more Rick and Morty. I’m looking forward to more new shows and enjoyable things to do while I’m stuck at home.
Like, how about new episodes of DuckTales?!
Season 3 has already started, with two new episodes this Saturday! Based on that trailer, we’re going to get that Goofy cameo we were promised! So hopefully this will be a good season.
And hopefully I can use it to stave off my growing need to join the Animal Crossing fun that’s sweeping the nation…
These are crazy times. So let’s get crazy with this special anime edition of Rick and Morty that came out this past week amid everybody stuck at home on quarantine! Warning for those who don’t like excessive cartoon blood violence.
I believe this is an homage to Lone Wolf and Cub, which I’ve never seen, but am enjoying in The Mandalorian. And it’s just fun! And is a pretty solid edition to the weirdness of life right now. Just throw this thing out into the quarantine void and let everybody have a bit of a lark.
That’s my kind of virus crisis weirdness!
I’m a big fan of Rick and Morty — but not that big of a fan. I’m not that guy. It’s a really well-written, fun, and funny show, and it’s coming back next month!
I’m also heavily invested in the ongoing conspiracy storyline. My theory: the evil Morty is Rick’s original Morty, who he left for dead at some point and then went off and found a new universe/Morty to live with. This explains why Beth was so surprised when Rick suddenly and randomly returned to her life.
The new season — or at least five episodes of the new season — return on Nov. 10.
So I was back home with family for Thanksgiving, meaning I didn’t have time to post anything good on my blog yesterday. Fortunately, I’m back now and there’s a fun, if sad, little video about Mr. Poopybutthole! I love that guy.
Good for him! And kudos to Rick and Morty for thinking of the holiday season!