Sure I could review Marvels all new Uncanny Inhumans #000 by Charles Soule and Steve McNiven, not to be confused with every other “All-New” Marvel book it’s just Uncanny Inhumans and it randomly starts at #0. I really like the book by the way, Charles Soule is a fantastic writer and McNiven’s art is always short of perfection, so yes Uncanny Inhumans is quite good, but I’m not here to talk about that, I’m here to talk about a book about a boy and his grandpa, Rick and Morty #1.
So yes, Rick and Morty is about a boy and his grandpa, his alcoholic mad scientist grandpa who’s fueled by spite and booze. That really should be enough for you, no really, that should be enough. Ok, non-believer, take in its beauty.
Ok so now you’ve been entertained for one minute, good, did you capture their voices in your mind? Good, we’re off to a good start. So just how good is Rick and Morty in comic book form? Pretty good, pretty damn good.
Rick and Morty #1 survived my rigorous review tests, which consist of me reading the book, just reading it, it’s tough but effective. I’ve watched so much Rick and Morty on Adult Swim that reading it in book form was almost just like watching the show. I chuckled a few times but I’d still like to actually watch the show instead of reading about it, but still, I do have to get some fix in between seasons, so hearing Rick’s drunken belches voiced in my head over the pages of Rick and Morty will have to do.