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9781620105092

Rick and Morty 7

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  • ISBN13:

    9781620105092

  • ISBN10:

    1620105098

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2018-05-15
  • Publisher: Oni Pr

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Summary

The hit comic book series based on Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland’s hilarious [adult swim]™ animated show RICK AND MORTY™ continues in all-new stories not seen on TV!

Catch up on the adventures of degenerate genius scientist Rick Sanchez as he drags his inherently timid grandson Morty Smith on dangerous adventures across the universe! This volume features Eisner-nominated writers Kyle Starks (Sexcastle) and Magdalene Visaggio (Kim & Kim) in collaboration with series artists CJ Cannon and Marc Ellerby, plus guest writers Tini Howard (Rick and Morty™: Pocket Like You Stole It), Pamela Ribon (Moana), and Rick and Morty™storyboard artist Erica Hayes.

Watch as Summer discovers doomed romance! Learn the tragic secrets of Krombopulous Michael! Check out some really cool dinosaurs! All that and more in this collection of Rick and Morty™ comics! Collects issues #31-35.

 

Author Biography

Dan Harmon is the Emmy® winning creator/executive producer of the comedy series Community as well as the co-creator/executive producer of Adult Swim’s Rick and Morty™.  

Harmon’s pursuit of minimal work for maximum reward took him from stand-up to improv to sketch comedy, then finally to Los Angeles, where he began writing feature screenplays with fellow Milwaukeean Rob Schrab. As part of his deal with Robert Zemeckis at Imagemovers, Harmon co-wrote the feature film Monster House. Following this, Harmon co-wrote the Ben Stiller-directed pilot “Heat Vision and Jack,” starring Jack Black and Owen Wilson.

Disillusioned by the legitimate industry, Harmon began attending classes at nearby Glendale Community College. At the same time, Harmon and Schrab founded Channel 101, an untelevised non-profit audience-controlled network for undiscovered filmmakers, many of whom used it to launch mainstream careers, including the boys behind SNL’s Digital Shorts. Harmon, along with Schrab, partnered with Sarah Silverman to create her Comedy Central series, The Sarah Silverman Program, where he served as head writer for the first season.

Harmon went on to create, write and perform in the short-lived VH1 sketch series Acceptable TV before eventually creating the critically-acclaimed and fan-favorite comedy Community. The show originally aired on NBC for five seasons before being acquired by Yahoo which premiered season six of the show in March of 2015. In 2009, he won an Emmy for Outstanding Music and Lyrics for the opening number of the 81st Annual Academy Awards.  

Along with Justin Roiland, Harmon created the breakout Adult Swim animated series Rick and Morty. The show premiered in December of 2013 and quickly became a ratings hit. Harmon and Roiland have wrapped up season three, which premiered in 2017.

In 2014, Harmon was the star of the documentary Harmontown which premiered at the SXSW Film Festival and chronicled his 20-city stand-up/podcast tour of the same name. The documentary was released theatrically in October of 2014.

Justin Roiland grew up in Manteca, California where he did the basic stuff children do. Later in life he traveled to Los Angeles. Once settled in, he created several popular online shorts for Channel 101. Some notable examples of his work (both animated and live action) include “House of Cosbys” and “Two Girls One Cup: The Show.” Justin is afraid of his mortality and hopes the things he creates will make lots of people happy. Then maybe when modern civilization collapses into chaos, people will remember him and they’ll help him survive the bloodshed and violence. Global economic collapse is looming. It’s going to be horrible, and honestly, a swift death might be preferable than living in the hell that awaits mankind. Justin also really hates writing about himself in the third person. I hate this. That’s right. It’s me. I’ve been writing this whole thing. Hi. The cat’s out of the bag. It’s just you and me now. There never was a third person. If you want to know anything about me, just ask. Sorry this wasn’t more informative.

Kyle Starks is an Eisner-nominated comic creator from Southern Indiana, where he resides with his beautiful wife and two amazing daughters. Stealy values him at 32 and a half Grepples or 17 and a half Smeggles depending on market value at the current time. Check out his creator-owned work: Kill Them All and Sexcastle.

CJ Cannon is a self-taught artist living in Nashville, Tennessee. When they're not working on comics, outside riding their bike, or drumming, they're almost always in the house drawing gross fanart and fandom smut for similarly gross people. CJ has: two cats, three hermit crabs, a hamster, an eldritch abomination, a pacman frog, and a leopard gecko.

Marc Ellerby is a comics illustrator living in Essex, UK. He has worked on such titles as Doctor Who, Regular Show and The Amazing World of Gumball. His own comics (which you should totally check out!) are Chloe Noonan: Monster Hunter and Ellerbisms. You can read some comics if you like at marcellerby.com.

Katy Farina is a freelance comic artist and illustrator from Charlotte. Her work includes Amazing World of Gumball OGN, Capture Creatures, and Steven Universe. Outside of drawing comics, reading comics, and thinking about comics, she... uh, usually just goes to her local comic shop. She loves a good cup of coffee, and coffee loves her. Her greatest passion is to tell good stories that will inspire others!

Chris Crank letters a bunch of books put out by Image, Dark Horse and Oni Press. He also has a podcast with Mike Norton (crankcast.net) and makes music (sonomorti.bandcamp.com). 

Magdalene Visaggio is a writer and former wannabe philosopher who is inexplicably paid to write comics books, which never ceases to mystify her. She is best known as the writer and creator the Eisner-nominated series Kim & Kim, as well as Eternity Girl at DC Comics, Transformers vs. Visionaries at IDW, and Quantum Teens Are Go at Black Mask Studios. Raised in Richmond, Virginia, she currently resides in Manhattan.

Tini Howard is a writer and swamp witch from the Carolina Wilds. Her work includes Magdalena from Image/Top Cow Comics, Rick and Morty™: Pocket Like You Stole It from Oni Press, and Assassinistas from IDW/Black Crown! Her previous work includes Power Rangers: Pink (BOOM! Studios), The Skeptics (Black Mask Studios), and a contribution to the hit Secret Loves of Geek Girls, from Dark Horse Comics. She lives with her husband, Blake, and her son, Orlando, who is a cat.

Pamela Ribon co-created and currently writes the roller derby comic SLAM!, and has penned guest issues of Rick and Morty™. Her screenwriting work includes Moana and Ralph Break s. She's a best-selling author, frequent troublemaker, and true fan of you.

Erica Hayes has been working as a professional storyboard artist for four years, and has worked on all three seasons of Rick and Morty™. This is her first professional comic gig, for which she is very excited! Erica lives in LA with her boyfriend, Spencer, and two cats, Marcy and Finn.

 

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