Cartoons are a genre in which, until recently, I figured I would never return, including as a result of my age. Though the animated series together with the uncomplicated title "Rick and Morty" taught me to cuddle the screen again, as when i was younger, when I spent my children's evenings watching the next episode of "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" or "Spider-Man ".
In the first place, it will probably be worth highlighting the authors of your project, because the whole series is dependant on their vision, thoughts and written dialogues. The creators and ideological inspirers with the animated series are - Dan Harmon, whom many know as the writer of the very most "tenacious" series "Community", whose unique style and humor might be traced through the entire season (yes, until now merely one season is released), and Justin Royland , a personality unfamiliar to a wide range of viewers, that is mainly engaged within the voice acting of several animated series (hello fans of "Gravity Falls" and "Adventure Time") and also here he is assigned the same role.
Main characters: Rick is actually a genius scientist-drunkard, sociopath, cynic, that's the principle catalyst for any misfortunes that befall the Smith family, and from time to time makes sharp jokes about his notorious son-in-law regarding his low level of intelligence. The prototype in order to obtain this extremely memorable character was the well-known Doc Brown in the legendary trilogy "Back to your Future ".
Morty is Rick's grandson, 14 yrs.old, the best ordinary teenager who experiences the common difficulties built into children of his age. Its notable features include: a somewhat advanced level of alarmism, in addition to a slight lethargy. Mind you, a unique fact - the two titular characters were voiced in the main by an individual - Justin Royland.
Also, the backbone of the chief characters are Jerry and Betty - Morty's parents, who are experiencing minor family difficulties, along with Summer - an adult sister, obsessed with your ex-girlfriend status among peers.
The actions with the animated series unfold ... everywhere - in numerous dimensions, realities, simulations, planets, and other's dreams and perhaps inside the human beings body. Whether it is still, I know, in the next seasons the authors are able to surprise us greater than once.
Among the strengths of your series is probably its excellent jokes, dialogues, references and parodies to popular topics in your time. In the beginning, the overall drawing in the animated series is often a little embarrassing, but after a while you set out to think that a similar model of design.
Bottom Line: Ongoing
Rick and Morty is a good illustration of what animated series should resemble these days. The animated series has everything you must have an enjoyable experience - bright and funny characters, sparkling humor as well as an interesting plot component. I suggest watching.
10 away from 10