“Rick and Morty” to get an anime spin-off

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Rick and Morty transfer their multidimensional adventures to a new space. Adult Swim has the green light anime a series featuring the duo, announced WarnerMedia in a press release on Wednesday.

The play “Rick and Morty: Anime” is directed by “Tower of God” Takashi Sano. Sano’s previous work also includes Lupine III and two cartoons by Rick and Morty. Until the official plot is revealed, the show will consist of 10 episodes and will be broadcast on both Adult Swim and HBO Max.

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According to media reports, the anime will be taken from the main series, but is a stand-alone project. “Rick and the gang’s multi-world exploits create problems for family ties, but they always support the occasion,” Sano said in a statement.

The premiere of “Rick and Morty” took place in 2013, introducing the audience to his grandfather, a mad scientist, his grandson and the Smith family. Since then, the show has received two Emmy Awards and completed its fifth season in 2021, with Season 6 due to be released this year. Spin-off Rick and Morty joins the list of original Toonami anime on Adult Swim, which already includes Fena: Pirate Princess, Blade Runner: Black Lotus and the upcoming Uzumaki and Housing Complex, debuting later in 2022.

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