Rick And Morty Season 4 Pictures Are Here
We have some great news for Rick and Morty fans! It’s about season 4. No, there’s no confirmed release date nor is there any proper trailers for us. But we do have some vague clue on what Rick and Morty season 4 is going to be like.
There are some pictures that were shared by Adult Swim.
First Look Of Season 4
The lead of the Adult Swim series, Rick Sanchez, can be seeing blissfully walking around what appears to be a wheat field. Of course, this planet isn’t Earth. That could only mean one thing! Rick has taken his family, or most likely just Morty on an impromptu trip of relaxation.
But uh oh. What is that?!
Yep, Rick got in trouble again. What else would you expect from him? It’s one of the reasons we love the guy. So here we see him unarmed and ganged up by alien crocorobot people. Maybe they’re Crocubots? Remember Crocubot from the Vindicators (AKA the rip off version of Avengers).
There’s virtually no other detail the creators of the show, Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland, have given us.
We’ll probably hear more about Rick and Morty season 4 in the San Diego Comic Con Panel.
It’s almost time https://t.co/G3epBfXMJF
— Justin Roiland (@JustinRoiland) July 14, 2019
For those who are unable to attend the event, there’s also a live stream option!
Hopefully, we’ll get to know more about what the hell Rick is doing looking that peaceful. It must be an old memory of his or maybe he’s gotten awfully drunk and decided to just take it easy for a day? Who knows!
Rick And Morty Season 4 Release Date!?
Well, we already speculated on Rick and Morty season 4 release date. It might arrive this year or perhaps the next one. All we know is that Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland managed to get the show renewed for 70 more episodes. So, we know there is a lot of the show to binge-watch. We just don’t know when that will be.
Rick and Morty follows the adventures of an antihero genius scientist Rick Sanchez and his not so genius grandson Morty. Both characters are voiced by Justin Roiland. Apart from Roiland, we see Chris Parnell voice Jerry, Sarah Chalke voice Beth and Spencer Grammer voice Summer. The series premiered in 2013 and is the 11th most Top Rated TV series on the IMDb list.