I first started reading Carl Hiaasen quite young. He wrote Hoot, which was turned into a movie, and I read that, along with Flush, when I was about 10. A couple years later, I started on his adult novels. My aunt was a collector of books, and a large fan of Hiaasen, so I could peruse and borrow from her library as I pleased. Now, Hiaasen’s books are comfort food for my brain.
Rick & Morty is a hilarious show about a drunk old scientist, and his nervous grandson. Creators like Tom Fowler, CJ Cannon, Ryan Hill, Crank!, Pamela Ribon, and Marc Ellerby have come together to transfer this vile and hilarious adult swim cartoon into this, the third volume of a comic. Oni Press puts out this gross creation, and much like the first two volumes, I loved every minute of it.
Alright Fangirls, this will be brief, but we watched the premier of the new season of Samurai Jack, and I am just so head over heels in love with it, that I’ve got to talk about it.
Alright fangirls. I’ve never seen Rick & Morty, so I really didn’t know what it was about. I knew it was an adult swim adventure show, but that was it. I grabbed myself the first collected volume of the comic (5 issues), and for some reason didn’t expect it to be quite so vulgar and fun, but I loved it.