Rick and Morty

The adult animated sitcom Rick and Morty is widely accepted as an absolutely ridiculous masterpiece that has kept its audiences completely engaged and entertained from the very get-go. Created as a cartoon parody of the famous 90’s sci-fi adventure movie Back to the Future, the sitcom has become a phenomenon in its own right. Originally, Rick and Morty was created as a short cartoon sketch that was later developed into a primetime show on the Cartoon Network in the Adult Swim programming block. The popularity of the cartoon show led to the creation of several spin-offs, comics, video games, and even music videos!

The cartoon series follows the mishap-laden shenanigans of Rick Sanchez and Morty Smith, a mismatched grandfather-and-grandson duo. Rick, the eccentric grandfather, is not just a mad scientist but also an alcoholic to boot, and he displays all the essential quirks of being one. Morty, the impressionable youngest grandson and the second half of the eccentric duo, is an awkward teenager, but he is also the more mature and morally aware of the two. Together, they set out on interdimensional travels across the galaxies and face over-the-top hilarious situations while embarking upon their misadventures.

Rick and Morty collectables are always in high demand; fans just can’t resist the newest offerings dedicated to the eclectic duo. Otakuninjahero brings the best collection to pay tribute to these morally ambiguous intergalactic heroes. Featuring collectables ranging from character figurines to eye-catching T-shirts, the Rick and Morty collection has something to please all the fans! Otakuninjahero brings the popular Funko POP character figurine collectables from Rick and Morty to fans looking for affordable and cute figurines to add to their collection. This adorable line features memorable characters like Mr. Meeseeks, Summer in her warrior mode, and Rick equipped with his weapons in classic, cute POP style.

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