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.
Father Gabriel, goes through some existential crisis in this episode and kind of betrays the group big time when he approaches Deanna later in the episode and tells her that the group is evil. But, Maggie overheard him so, the betrayal will not be a surprise. It was comforting to see Deanna kind of look at Gabriel like he had lost it and basically shoo him out the door.Read More »
An interesting title considering last week was “Remember.” I think this has a few meanings. Forget about your old life, forget the fear, or perhaps that the people of Alexandria have forgotten that there is danger outside their walls every second. Read More »
So, Rick and the group enter the Alexandria, the safe community promised by Aaron. They are asked to surrender their weapons if they intend to stay and Rick once again expresses his uncertainty of their stay there. Aaron suggests he meet Alexandria’s leader, Deanna.Read More »
*Go the Distance plays in the background*
Seriously though, this episode really gives you a feel for who Aaron might be as the group struggles to trust him and Rick and Michonne have a rare moment of not entirely agreeing.Read More »
This episode almost felt like a filler episode, full of not much action but a lot of emotional depth. So, by no means was it boring! Admittedly though, this article is likely to be a short read!Read More »