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Rick and Morty Issue 28

Issue 28 CJ Cannon

Issue 28 Jenn St. Onge

Issue 28 Zander Cannon

Publication Information
ISSUE 28, VOLUME
PUBLISHER Oni Press
PUBLISHED July 26, 2017
Crew
EDITOR Ari Yarwood
WRITER Kyle Starks
ARTIST Kyle Starks

Andy Hirsch

COLORIST Katy Farina
BACKUP ARTIST Marc Ellerby
LETTERER Crank!
DESIGNER Hilary Thompson
COVER ARTISTS CJ Cannon (cover A)

Jenn St. Onge (cover B)
Zander Cannon (SDCC 2017)

Chronology
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Rick and Morty Issue 28 is the 28th issue of the Rick and Morty comic series. It was released on July 26, 2017.[1]

Synopsis

OH MY GOD IT’S INTERDIMENSIONAL CABLE TIME! Rick and Morty are wanted fugitives in an alien dimension, so until the heat dies down, there’s not much to do but watch interdimensional cable! Can you even believe it? A special one-shot issue drawn by writer Kyle Starks (with a special cameo by Andy Hirsch)! Meanwhile, Jerry learns a painful lesson in film history in this issue’s back-up comic drawn by Marc Ellerby

Plot

Main Comic

The main plot revoves around Rick and Morty, taking the same formula from the issue's namesake, the TV episode Interdimensional Cable 2: Tempting Fate and its predecesor Rixty Minutes wherein the main charaters watch varied and unrelated TV shows which mirror and/or parody real world shows. The issue's shows vary from a cooking show, to a crime drama to another episode of Gazorpazorpfield. The plot device used to have Rick and Morty watch the TV is that they are laying low in an alien motel after Morty sneezed on some aliens which, like those from Signs which the issue references, are allergic to water. The perceived terrorist attack makes the pair fugitives.

Backup comic

Entitled "The HurRICKcane", the backup story follows Jerry during a torture session with aliens looking for Rick. After explaining he hasn't seen Rick since an argument over Denzil Washington's greatest performance, Rick breaks in and kills every one of Jerry's captors. After an extension of the previously mentioned debate over Washington, Rick decides to torture Jerry a little bit longer due to his apparent lack of critical analysis.

Gallery

Preview

Development art

References

  1. Rick and Morty #28 Preview. Retrieved on May 22, 2017.
  2. Zander Cannon (10 July 2017). Tweet Number 884481109500866561. Twitter. Retrieved on July 11, 2017. “@RickandMorty @Comic_Con @OniPress The official cover had a logo over poor, dead Squanchy, and obscured the Pop Tar… https://t.co/iZ5bduNX9X”

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