Comic Reviews: The Art of Rick and Morty (Dark Horse)

The moment is here, Dark Horse Comics brings you Rick and Morty animated series into an art gallery of the series. And this time, this art book shows us some […]

The moment is here, Dark Horse Comics brings you Rick and Morty animated series into an art gallery of the series.

And this time, this art book shows us some creations behind Rick and Morty series. However, ever since season 3 is on adult swim every weekend, the creators decided to publish an art book which is more valuable to show how he makes Rick and Morty so legit from any other animated show you watched.

From the moment, when I just noticed from the front cover page, it has some dark glow-on around if there is a physical book out there. But the art book contains more about any animation creations and process, it even has the narration between the characters. From season one to season three this book has all of the character designs and backgrounds that you can ever find. All of this in one super sci-fi animated show art book has it all. This is like the inspiration of Back to the Future, because we get to see some adventures with these two main characters in action. Even so, the production of the Rick and Morty series and the art is way ahead, but it you could get used the idea whether one day you’ll study animation as a profession.

The basis of this art book would actually define to the watchers out there if they wanted to become animators just to create cartoons and anime, you’ll probably need to gather ideas and information, and keep drawing. And somehow, the animation field will contain such hard work and determination. But I do admit that it’s impressive that the creators made an art book putting as their main characters to narrate and talking to each other like you’re watching an episode of Rick and Morty. So obviously, Rick and Morty has gone out of all the crazy sci-fi adventures just to create this book. It’s great to have this book, even though this is worth some shit to get because this is a whole new level for aspiring animators out there, and this art book actually made my day right.

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