Rick and Morty is a comic series published by Oni Press, based on the TV series and written by Zac Gorman. Each issue includes a main story (usually unnamed) as well as a back-up comic. The comic features a Rick and Morty from an alternate dimension than their TV counterparts (Dimension C-132), in order to remove worries about continuity with the original show and to give more free reign to the writers.
Rick and Morty
|1||Rick decides to put Jerry to shame by making a ridiculous amount of money with a clueless Morty's help. The two use a device which merges dimensions to successfully pull off the scheme, but they are tracked by a "time detective" named Professor Tock; he convinces a distraught Jerry to give them up to the Time Police, and, after a lengthy standoff, Rick and Morty are arrested.||April 1, 2015|
|2||Sentenced to life in the horrifying Clackspire Labyrinth, Rick and Morty wander the seemingly endless maze, which Rick himself built and stocked with provisions, in the event he was ever imprisoned within his creation. After a long span of time, while being pursued by a monster, Rick opens a panel in a wall, leading them to a room holding a portal machine. As the portal has only enough power to transport one person, Rick shoves Morty through it, trapping himself in the maze. Meanwhile, Jerry is exiled to the basement for incriminating both Rick and Morty, but he knocks over a glass jar and releases an alien creature into the house.||May 13, 2015|
|3||The issue continues from the events of the previous installment, in which Rick condemned himself to the Clackspire Labyrinth to save Morty and Jerry, moving into the basement to escape Beth's fury, knocked over a glass containment unit belonging to Rick. Freed from the now-broken containment unit, its occupant, a Class-Two clonerbeast, infiltrates the Smith house in Rick's absence, creating confusion and threatening to destroy the family.||June 17, 2015|
|4||Rick takes Morty to a planet on which he has built a plantation, taken in a large number of war refugees, and invited them to work for him. Rick asks Morty to infiltrate the workers' camp and determine whether or not they are plotting to revolt against him. When Morty does join the workers, gaining the trust of a girl named Daphna, he discovers that Rick himself started the war which drove the refugees to his planet, to the end that he might create an influx of cheap labor. The revelation leads Morty to halfheartedly join the workers' riot, but as events begin to play out, he regrets not taking his side.||July 22, 2015|
|5||Morty finds himself with Rick at Camp Camperson, a summer camp. However, the world in which Morty exists becomes more and more disjointed and odd as time passes, leading Morty to question his reality and bringing him into contact with an old friend.||August 19, 2015|
|6||Deep in a faraway jungle, the freedom-loving Ball Fondlers execute an undercover operation intended to rescue an imprisoned United States senator, but the mission goes off the rails when they are discovered, calling for desperate measures.||September 30, 2015|
|7||When a virus-monster murders a Rick from an alternate reality, its surviving Morty flees to Dimension C-132, warning its Rick and Morty of an oncoming threat. Leaving the messenger Morty behind, the C-132 Rick and Morty escape to Universe 304-X, a dimension in which no Rick has ever existed. Finding themselves cornered by a hulking assassin, they are saved from him by an adult version of Summer.||October 28, 2015|
|8||Rick and Morty are in an unnamed dimension during December, where the residents are celebrating "Blumbus", which would seem to be their version of Christmas. Rick goes off to find a place to drink, leaving Morty looking in a shop window display. He gets scared however and runs off when a "Mr. Chimney" figure, this dimensions creepy version of Santa Clause, winks at him. He bumps into a teenage girl named Melody, who offers to bring him home to spend Blumbus with her family, mistaking him for an orphan.||November 25, 2015|
|9||The adventure continues as Rick, Morty and Summer come face to face with the despotic, evil Morty of the Rickless Dimension! Will he succeed in exterminating all the Ricks in the multiverse, or will our plucky heroes find a way to beat the odds and restore order to the Universe? Probably the latter, but we'll see!||December 23, 2015|
|10||The Rickfinity Crisis comes to its thrilling conclusion as Rick and Morty take on the evil Morty in a final showdown of epic proportions! Blood will be shed, tears will be cried, pants will be soiled!||January 27, 2016|
READY PLAYER MORTY
Rick takes Morty to a High School Simulation planet that allows the player to accelerate his experience straight to a diploma in just one day*. Rick repeatedly kills Morty's character, forcing him to restart in more and more vicious (and sometimes illegal) HS experiences - until Morty does things the way Rick wants and finds himself on the brink of intergalactic war. But ultimately Morty will be Morty, no matter what universe or scenario.
|February 24, 2016|
|12||The family finds RICK'S SEVERED HEAD in the garage refrigerator! Unable to find Morty, they assume both are dead and begin the somber steps of funeral arrangement. Meanwhile, Rick and Morty are trapped inside that very severed head, trying to escape from an alien armada. It'll all be fine, though, so long as someone doesn't do something stupid, like disconnect the head from its power source.||March 30, 2016|
|13||Rick and Morty are stuck inside the severed head of another dimension's Morty, and things are getting... weird. They still have a narrow chance of saving their own dimension from alien invasion... but only if Morty can get the science right!||April 27, 2016|
|14||Having survived their adventures fending off alien invasions in 'head-space,' Rick and Morty finally return home just in time for the beginning of the same freakin' alien invasion. Can Rick and Morty stave off this newest, samest invasion? What awful decisions will they be forced to make? How long will this new galactic empire last? (Maybe 80 years? More? Probably somewhere in there.)||May 25, 2016|
|15||After being goaded into an argument with Jerry about the 'noble nature' of sport, Rick takes Jerry and Morty to the biggest game in the Galaxy, where parents bet on their children as they fight to the death in a giant murdertorium! And Morty gets a front row seat! Will Rick save Morty in time to prevent him competing? Will Jerry manage to elude the space mob? Will Morty find love in the bowels of the arena before it's too late? Probably not.||June 29, 2016|
|16||Morty is sick and tired of Rick always being a big selfish jerk, so he convinces Rick to go harvest some 'space medicine' on an alien planet. They even bring Summer, even though she won't stop crying about having her heart broken or whatever. But while on the planet, they get interrupted by robobros and some heavy-cologne-wearing dude named Peacock Jones, so Morty might have to resort to some truly unspeakable tactics in order to get the medicine and get home safely.||July 27, 2016|
|17||Rick's old drinking buddy has been dethroned and imprisoned by the new queen that Rick told him not to marry. Rick takes Morty on a mission to restore his buddy's throne, supposedly because Morty's such a great travel companion. Of course, Rick doesn't tell Morty that the aliens on this planet are very germ-phobic and he's inoculated Morty with dozens of infectious diseases to sneak by them. It's not like Morty's going to DIE or anything... probably.||August 31 2016|
|18||Rick's drug dealing operation is going swimmingly! Except, of course, that little hiccup where a rival drug operation kidnapped Morty. Can Rick save Morty (AGAIN), even with the dead weight of Jerry insisting on joining him?||September 28, 2016|
|19||The conclusion of Rick's grand 'selfless' adventure! AKA, the issue in which CJ Cannon gets real tired of drawing Meeseeks! The authorities are closing in on Rick's expanded (and highly illegal) penp juice trade, which he is now using Meeseeks to operate. As their eventual capture looms closer, Summer is on her way back from her own adventure, which has gone terribly awry. How can the Smith family evade capture and take zero responsibility for flooding the intergalactic market with hallucinogenic drugs? YOU GOTTA READ TO FIND OUT, DAWG!||October 26, 2016|
|20||In this standalone issue illustrated by series writer Kyle Starks (Sexcastle), Morty takes on America's second-favorite pastime: the illustrious sport of basketball. In an attempt to win Jessica's affections, Morty uses alien technology to become the best there ever was at putting a ball into a hoop. But as Morty's star rises, will Rick get left back on the ground? And is he really going to put up with that?||November 30, 2016|
|21||Jerry is real tired of being treated like he’s worthless, ya know? He works really hard for this family! He deserves a break! So he goes to see his best bud Doofus Rick for some fondue and merry-go-round times. However, their perfect day is interrupted by… Doofus Jerry?! And this guy seems like real bad news, man…||December 28, 2016|
|22||Doofus Jerry is the REAL PIECE OF WORK, MAN. And, somehow, Rick's achilles heel. He can't figure out how to beat the dude! Well, if ONE Rick can't solve your Jerry Problems maybe all of them can? Can The Council of Ricks stop Doofus Jerry's before everyone becomes--oh god, no--conquered by a Jerry?||January 25, 2017|
|1||The hit comic book series based on Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland's hilarious [adult swim] animated show RICK & MORTY is now available in its first collection! Join the excitement as depraved genius Rick Sanchez embarks on insane adventures with his awkward grandson Morty across the universe and across time. Caught in the crossfire are his teenage granddaughter Summer, his veterinary surgeon daughter Beth, and his hapless son-in-law Jerry. This collection features the first five issues of the comic book series, including "“The Wubba Lubba Dub Dub of Wall Street,” "Mort-Balls!" and more, along with hilarious mini-comics showcasing the whole family.||December 1, 2015|
|2||[...] 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!||May 10, 2016|
|3||[...] This volume features writer Tom Fowler in collaboration with series artist CJ Cannon in a three-issue tale of missing heads, galactic doom toasters, and Jerry screwing everything up (of course). Also included is "Ready Player Morty," in which Rick takes Morty to a High School Simulation planet, by writer Pamela Ribon and artist Marc Ellerby, as well as a high-action deathball tournament one-shot written and drawn by Tom Fowler. Come for the jokes, stay for the soul-crushing ennui.||October 4, 2016|
|4||[...] This volume features Eisner award nominated writer Kyle Starks (Sexcastle) in collaboration with series artist CJ Cannon in a three-issue story of interplanetary drug rings and star-traveling pickup artists. Also included is "Rick Burn, Dude," drawn by artist Marc Ellerby, in which Rick and Morty take a germaphobic planet by storm, a totally swole one-shot drawn by Kyle Starks, and hilarious backup comics about the whole family!||February 15, 2017|
|1||The hit comic book series based on Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland's hilarious [adult swim] animated show RICK & MORTY is now available in its first deluxe hardcover collection!
Join the excitement as depraved genius Rick Sanchez embarks on insane adventures with his awkward grandson Morty across the universe and across time. Caught in the crossfire are his teenage granddaughter Summer, his veterinary surgeon daughter Beth, and his hapless son-in-law Jerry. 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.
This 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!
|December 6, 2016|
|Local Comic Shop Day 2015 Oversize Special Treasury Edition
The special FULL COLOR, SOFTCOVER Rick and Morty double-sized treasury edition includes Part One and Two of “The Wubba Lubba Dub Dub of Wall Street,” along with two “Summer Spectacular” bonus shorts!
|October 21, 2015|
|Local Comic Shop Day 2016
Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland’s hilarious hit Adult Swim animated show Rick & Morty has its own comic book series from Oni Press! Join degenerate superscientist Rick Sanchez as he embarks on all-new insane adventures with his awkward grandson Morty, his teenage granddaughter Summer, his veterinary surgeon daughter Beth, and his hapless son-in-law Jerry. This special double-size treasury edition for Local Comic Shop Day includes two amazing sports-themed issues: “Big Game” by Tom Fowler, and “Morty Bounce To The Ounce” by Kyle Starks!
|November 19, 2016|
Rick and Morty: Lil’ Poopy Superstar
|1||A new comic miniseries based on Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland’s hilarious [adult swim] animated show RICK AND MORTY? Oooo-wee, that sounds great! Mr. Poopybutthole is in trouble, and he turns to the one person he can trust: Summer Smith! She's more than willing to help, but is he telling her the whole truth? Written and illustrated by Sarah Graley (Our Super Adventure) and colored by Mildred Louis (Agents of the Realm), Summer and Mr. Poopybutthole embark on their very own fantastic adventure across space, complete with jailbreaks, hijackings, and high school prom. Plus! Backup comics featuring good ol' Rick and Morty, illustrated by Marc Ellerby!||July 13, 2016|
|2||Mr. Poopybutthole lets Summer Smith in on an industry secret: that being a huge TV and movie star isn't what it's cracked up to be! He should know after all, seeing as he was this dimension's biggest Lil' Poopy Superstar until he mysteriously went missing! Together Summer and Mr. Poopybutthole must work together to avoid savage fans, sneak into buildings undetected, and get back onto the big screen. Meanwhile, Rick Sanchez and Jerry Smith go on a pleasant inter-dimensional road trip!||September 8, 2016|
|3||Things take a turn for the worse when Summer and Mr.Poopybutthole get split up and Summer ends up in space jail! What's even up with space jail? What would Mr.Poopybutthole do? All we know is that Summer must break out! Armed only with a portal gun on low battery and Mr.Poopybutthole's bowler hat, she must come up with a plan - and without a moment to spare! She can't miss the school prom on Friday, after all.||September 21, 2016|
|4||Mr. Poopybutthole is up to his top hat in trouble! Kidnapped and tied to a chair, Mr. Poopybutthole must negotiate with his crooked agent! Otherwise he'll get forced into a contract of being a glamorous tv/movie star again, oOOo-wee, no thank you. It seems only Summer can save him now, but will she get to Mr. Poopybutthole in time before he is whisked away and put on a film set? Meanwhile at home, Rick reveals Jerry's tasty secret.||October 19, 2016|
|5||It's finally the most anticipated event of the year, Prom! Mr. Poopybutthole and Summer are all dressed up and ready to unwind after a stressful adventure, but when some uninvited guests crash the party they make it a night Summer and Mr. Poopybutthole will never forget. Meanwhile in dimension S-223, will Rick finally be rewarded what is rightfully his - this year's Prom King crown and sash?||November 16, 2016|
|1||Mr. Poopybutthole is in trouble, and he turns to the one person he can trust: Summer Smith! She's more than willing to help, but is he telling her the whole truth? Summer will find out as she and Mr. Poopybutthole embark on their very own fantastic adventure across space, complete with jailbreaks, hijackings, and high school prom. Plus, backup comics featuring good ol' Rick and Morty!||February 22, 2017|
|Rick and Morty Comics|
|Rick and Morty|
|Collected books||Book 1|
|Volume 1||Issue 1 • Issue 2 • Issue 3 • Issue 4 • Issue 5|
|Volume 2||Issue 6 • Issue 7 • Issue 8 • Issue 9 • Issue 10|
|Volume 3||Issue 11 • Issue 12 • Issue 13|
|Volume 4||Issue 14 • Issue 15 • Issue 16|
|TBA||Issue 17 • Issue 18 • Issue 19 • Issue 20 • Issue 21 • Issue 22|
|Lil’ Poopy Superstar|
|Volume 1||Issue 1 • Issue 2 • Issue 3|
|TBA||Issue 4 • Issue 5|