Rick and Morty Volume 2, a graphic novel review

A graphic novel review by: Lee Sonogan

(2016) Graphic novel/ Fantasy, comedy, tv show

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“No wonder there’s no Rick in this universe. I would’ve offed myself years ago if I had to look at this cyber trash everyday,”Rick Sanchez

Rick and Morty Volume 2 is the second collected trade paperback of the Rick and Morty comic series. It was released on May 10, 2016 by Oni Press. Alternate dimensions and new bad guys. New storys and more jokes. Everyone who likes Rick and Morty should check this book series out. I bought this copy on the website fishpond.com.

Catch up on the adventures of degenerate genius Rick Sanchez and his bumbling grandson Morty as they explore the outer reaches of time, space, and decency. This collection features issues #6-10 of the comic book series, including the “Ball Fondlers Special” by guest artist Andrew MacLean, “A Very Special Blumbus,” illustrated by series writer Zac Gorman, and a cyberpunk adventure across the multiverse. Plus: bonus mini-comics showcasing fan-favorite characters!

I need more Rick and Morty graphic novels. This one was better than the first volume, I now need the third volume. The ending contains many short storys with the Rick and Morty characters in it. Also there’s some interesting Jerry stuff in the book. I recommend this book to everyone who likes the tv show and liked the first graphic novel.

7.65/10

“I’ve been to the edge of our universe. Slept underneath stars we can’t even see from here. Danced with alien royalty in glittering palaces millions of light years away. But – but I’m standing still.” – Morty Smith

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