The wait for the nebulous arrival of Rick and Morty's third season just got a little bit easier to manage. While Oni Press' Rick and Morty comic has taken a bit of the sting out of the not knowing, we still only get that once a month. But what if I told you there was a way you'd be able to get schwifty with Rick and Morty on the regular? Starting next week, that will be possible with the arrival of Pocket Mortys, a new mobile game that mashes Rick and Morty with Pokemon.
Okay, so technically you can already play a Rick and Morty video game over on the Adult Swim website, but you can't take it with you. You just can't. Pocket Mortys is hitting up both iOS and Android, meaning you'll never be without Rick's slovenly belches or Morty's ability to cancel out Rick's brainwaves to keep him safe. Plus, you get the added benefit of it being a riff on one of the most addictive and long-running role-playing game series', Pokemon.
The wait for an official premiere date on The Venture Bros. Season 6 has been almost as grueling as the wait between seasons itself, but it looks as if Rusty and co. at last have their return. Following initial reports of February, Adult Swim has officially set The Venture Bros. Season 6 for a late January bow.
Back in September, the notoriously spaced-out Venture Bros. finally gave us a look at its upcoming sixth season, setting an even further premiere for February 2016. Now, we finally have a look at all the pop culture panache and weirdness permeating the first full trailer, and yes, a Nathan Fillion Spider-Man that … ahem, webs his pants.
Any fan of The Venture Bros. knows how torturous the wait in between seasons can be (there have only been five total since 2004), and while “All This and Gargantua-2” helped stoke the fires, at last Rusty, Dean, Hank and Brock have an official return. The Venture Bros. Season 6 will officially bow in February of 2016.
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Imagine someone told you there were going to be more Watchmen comics without Alan Moore or Dave Gibbons. Now you have some idea of what TheBoondocks fans felt on Friday when news broke that the long awaited fourth season of the award-winning animated series would finally debut on April 21, but without its revered creator, cartoonist Aaron McGruder.
Movies: The Robot Chicken DC Comics Special is set for release on Blu-ray and DVD on July 9. Lego: New images of the Lego DC Universe Super Heroes "Superman: Battle of Smallville" set have arrived online, with possible Man of Steel spoilers...
After a two year wait that was much-too-long for fans of the series, The Venture Bros. is back. The irreverent comedy, from creators Jackson Publick and Doc Hammer, has been one of the premiere features of the Adult Swim lineup for over a decade, and was renewed for two more seasons almost purely on the strength of the demand from its fervent fan base...
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