Rick and Morty Vol. 8 (Paperback)
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Other Books in Series
This is book number 8 in the Rick and Morty series.
- #3: Rick and Morty Book Three (Hardcover): $49.99
- #4: Rick and Morty Vol. 4 (Paperback): $19.99
- #5: Rick and Morty Vol. 5 (Paperback): $19.99
- #6: Rick and Morty Vol. 6 (Paperback): $19.99
- #7: Rick and Morty Vol. 7 (Rick and Morty #7) (Paperback): $19.99
- #9: Rick and Morty Vol. 9 (Paperback): $19.99
- #10: Rick and Morty Vol. 10 (Paperback): $19.99
- #11: Rick and Morty Vol. 11 (Paperback): $19.99
- #12: Rick and Morty Vol. 12 (Paperback): $19.99
The eighth trade paperback volume based on the widely popular [adult swim]™ show collects issues #36-40.
The hit comic book series based on Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland’s hilarious [adult swim]™ animated show RICK AND MORTY™ continues in all-new stories not seen on TV!
Catch up on the adventures of degenerate genius scientist Rick Sanchez as he drags his inherently timid grandson Morty Smith on dangerous adventures across the universe! This volume features Eisner-nominated writer Kyle Starks (Sexcastle) and series artist Marc Ellerby in collaboration with all-star talent like Tini Howard (Rick and Morty: Pocket Like You Stole It), Josh Trujillo (Love is Love), Rii Abrego (Adventure Time), and Sarah Stern (Zodiac Starforce).
Witness the sheer depths of sadness in "A Jerry Bad Day"! Glory in the gothic vampire-killing madness of "Let the Rick One In"! See Rick turn into a bunch of different objects (it's not just pickles anymore, bro!) in "Battle Rickale"! All that and more in this collection of Rick and Morty™ comics! Collects issues #36-40.
About the Author
Tini Howard is a writer and swamp witch from the Carolina Wilds. Her work includes Magdalena from Image/Top Cow Comics, Rick and Morty™: Pocket Like You Stole It from Oni Press, and Assassinistas from IDW/Black Crown! Her previous work includes Power Rangers: Pink (BOOM! Studios), The Skeptics (Black Mask Studios), and a contribution to the hit Secret Loves of Geek Girls, from Dark Horse Comics. She lives with her husband, Blake, and her son, Orlando, who is a cat.
Josh Trujillo is a writer, editor, and comic book creator based in San Rafael, California. He has worked with clients including Boom! Studios, Dark Horse Comics, Shanken Creative Group, Oni Press, Telltale Games, and DC Comics, among others. His work spans different genre and audiences, specializing in children's fiction, fantasy, humor, history, romance, gaming, and LGBTQ issues. Trujillo speaks for inclusiveness and diversity in popular media, and works alongside groups including the USC ONE Archive and Prism Comics. Josh loves his dog, his country, and is of good moral fiber. You can remain updated on his work by following Josh on Twitter @LostHisKeysMan.
Rii Abrego is a Latina illustrator who resides in the very green, very humid southern USA. She is an admirer of big bugs and a magnet for stray cats. The Sprite and the Gardener is her debut original graphic novel.
Marc Ellerby is a comics illustrator living in Essex, UK. He has worked on such titles as Rick and Morty, Doctor Who, Regular Show and The Amazing World of Gumball. His own comics (which you should totally check out!) are Chloe Noonan: Monster Hunter and Ellerbisms. You can read some comics if you like at marcellerby.com.
Katy Farina is a comic artist and illustrator based in Los Angeles, CA. She's currently a background painter at Dreamworks TV. In the past, she's done work with Boom! Studios, Oni Press, and Z2 Publishing. In the rare instance she isn't working on comics, she moonlights as the Baba Yaga; enticing local youth into ethical dilemmas and scooting around in her chicken-legged hut.
Sarah Stern is a comic artist and colorist from New York. Find her at sarahstern.com or follow her on twitter at @worstwizard.
Rian Sygh is a freelance comic artist and living enigma working out of Charlotte, NC with his partner and two cats. He's done both illustration and sequential work with Boom! Studios, Diamond, HarperCollins, Oni Press, Valiant, and Z2 Publishing. He is the artist and co-creator of the Prism Award-winning comic The Backstagers. Which is pretty good, honestly.