Oni Press releases ‘Rick & Morty’ hardcover comics collection

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If you’re like most “Rick & Morty” fans, then you are probably itching for new episodes at this point. While season 3 still doesn’t have a premiere date, the franchise is at least creating new content for fans. While Adult Swim preps new episodes for the show’s third season, there’s a cure for your schwifty-blues, and it comes in the form of comics.

Recently Oni Press released the first deluxe hardcover collection of comics based on the popular Adult Swim series, and you can order a copy on Amazon.com. The collection of comics is based on the same antics created by Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland, and is a perfect addition to any “Rick & Morty” fan’s home. The comics follow the same theme as the show, telling more tales of the mad-scientist Rick Sanchez as he tears through the galaxy with his grandson Morty. The comics also feature the wonderful supporting characters from the show, including Morty’s sister Summer, Morty’s mother Beth, and his wet-blanket father Jerry.

According to the publishers, “This collection features the first ten issues of the comic book series, including ““The Wubba Lubba Dub Dub of Wall Street,” “Mort-Balls!,” “Ball Fondlers Special,” and more, along with hilarious mini-comics showcasing the whole family.” The special hardcover edition also includes an exclusive sound clip of Rick and Morty and all the cover art from the first ten issues of the comic book series.

You can find the collection on Amazon.com.

Adult Swim renewed “Rick & Morty” for a third-season back in August, and since then we have all been waiting for a premiere date to end the season 2 cliffhanger. The show was an instant success on the network, and season’s one and two are available to stream on Hulu. The season 2 premiere of “Rick and Morty” was also a major draw for Adult Swim’s video-streaming service and apps, which back in July 2015, saw an overall total of 29.7M streams.

The show was created and is executive produced by Dan Harmon (Community) and Justin Roiland (Adventure Time).