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Here's What To Expect From The The Boys: Diabolic Episode From Rick And Morty's Justin Roiland

Amazon's irreverent and occasionally (okay, usually) gory "The Boys" made its reputation as a more adult-oriented superhero property; one that stands out against the onslaught of more traditional media produced by Marvel and DC. By all accounts and as fans would expect, "The Boys Presents: Diabolical" is cut from the exact same cloth. In her review for /Film, Danielle Ryan praised the animated spin-off series as,
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How Justin Roiland Came Up With The Idea For Rick And Morty

Eight years ago, "Rick and Morty" debuted on Adult Swim as an oddity that seemed pulled straight from the wacky programming of interdimensional cable that appears in the show's episode "Rixty Minutes." Yet contrary to what you might think, the hit show created by Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon didn't just emerge one day from a green portal fully-formed, nor did its two titular characters.
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The Boys Revealed A Second Spinoff Is On The Way Involving Andy Samberg And Rick And Morty's Justin Roiland

Just when you thought it was safe to go outside without worrying about your head exploding or your face being sliced in half by laser-vision, The Boys is giving Prime Video subscribers more over-the-top chaos to look forward to in the form of a brand-new spinoff fittingly titled Diabolical. This one is completely unrelated from the other spinoff that's currently in development, and it looks like creator Eric Kripke (along with executive producers Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg) put this together on the down low, as we won't be waiting very long to see it come to life. Pun intended, probably.
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Photos: ‘Rick and Morty’ creator Justin Roiland buys 10-acre Northern California almond tree estate

Though he already owns a multimillion-dollar home in L.A.’s Sherman Oaks neighborhood, records reveal that animated sitcom creator extraordinaire Justin Roiland (“Rick and Morty,” “Solar Opposites,” “Koala Man”) has paid another $2 million for a Northern California estate. Tucked away in the somewhat unlikely and semi-rural/agricultural town of Ripon, Calif., the Roiland pad is one of the largest and priciest residential properties in the area, spanning just over 10 flat acres with almond tree groves surrounding a large house.
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‘Rick and Morty’ Creator Justin Roiland Buys 10-Acre Almond Tree Estate

Though he already owns a multimillion-dollar home in L.A.’s Sherman Oaks neighborhood, records reveal that animated sitcom creator extraordinaire Justin Roiland (Rick and Morty, Solar Opposites, Koala Man) has paid another $2 million for a Northern California estate. Tucked away in the somewhat unlikely and semi-rural/agricultural town of Ripon, Calif., the Roiland pad is one of the largest and priciest residential properties in the area, spanning just over 10 flat acres with almond tree groves surrounding a large house. It may seem odd that a busy Hollywood industry player would want a home in the mostly unheralded town of Ripon, which lies...
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‘Rick and Morty’ Creator Justin Roiland Buys 10-Acre Almond Tree Estate

Click here to read the full article. Though he already owns a multimillion-dollar home in L.A.’s Sherman Oaks neighborhood, records reveal that animated sitcom creator extraordinaire Justin Roiland (“Rick and Morty,” “Solar Opposites,” “Koala Man”) has paid another $2 million for a Northern California estate. Tucked away in the somewhat unlikely and semi-rural/agricultural town of Ripon, Calif., the Roiland pad is one of the largest and priciest residential properties in the area, spanning just over 10 flat acres with almond tree groves surrounding a large house. It may seem odd that a busy Hollywood industry player would want a home in...
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Trover Saves the Universe: How Justin Roiland and Tess Stone Brought the Game's World to Comics

Justin Roiland is best known as the co-creator of hit animated series Rick and Morty and Solar Opposites. He also founded Squanch Games and created the concept for the developer's first game. Trover Saves the Universe is a comedic platformer with option VR that plays around with video game medium. Now the world of Trover Saves the Universe is jumping into comics. Skybound Entertainment tapped cartoonist Tess Stone to create the first Trover Saves the Universe miniseries, which debuted its first issue last week. The series focuses on the poorest performers at Important Cosmic Jobs who, with their lives on the line, discover a conspiracy that puts them on the run after being falsely accused of murder.
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After Rick And Morty's Wendy's Takeover, Justin Roiland Reveals Why Ads For Other Companies Can Be 'A Nightmare'

The universe is once again in balance now that Rick and Morty Season 5 has arrived on Adult Swim in full alt-dimension glory. While we're not going to spoil anything about what did or didn't happen in the season premiere with Rick's newly introduced nemesis or Morty's love interest Jessica, suffice to say it was a highly enjoyable return to Adult Swim's most successful animated original. To promote the long-awaited new season, Rick and Morty partnered with Wendy's once again for a fun new campaign. But according to co-creator Justin Roiland, it can sometimes be a total nightmare trying to craft ways for Rick and Morty to sell other companies' products.
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A Deep Dive With Justin Roiland on What It's Really Like to Make 'Rick and Morty'

Even before Rick and Morty, Justin Roiland was one of the more fascinating folks to work in animation, both as a voice actor and as a creator, most notoriously for the Channel 101 series House of Cosbys, which was an online sensation until Bill Cosby's lawyers did their best to smite it in 2006 (because on the Internet, nothing is really ever gone, you can find it on YouTube today).
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Justin Roiland on Writing 'Rick and Morty's Subversive Commercials: "I Try to Poke Fun at the Concept of Advertising"

You know you've hit the big time when your fictional characters get asked to advertise real-life products. For several years now, the titular "stars" of Rick and Morty have been at the center of original commercials promoting a wide range of products, from Carl's Jr. hamburgers to the Playstation 5 to video games to... well, it's pretty endless, just how many different things have looked to the Adult Swim show to promote, as you can see in the compilation below:
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Justin Roiland Teases His New Rick and Morty Spinoff Series, The Vindicators

Justin Roiland Teases His New Rick and Morty Spinoff Series, The Vindicators. Last month, Adult Swim announced that a Rick and Morty spinoff featuring The Vindicators will launch as a series of digital shorts. Now, days ahead of the fifth season premiere of Rick and Morty, series star and co-creator, Justin Roiland, is shedding some light on what to expect from the spinoff.
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Is Rick and Morty voice actor Justin Roiland in Invincible episode 6?

Invincible episode 6 introduces a new character, with drunken frat bro Doug Cheston making his debut appearance. This lecherous, entitled character seemingly shares a familiar vocal performance to Rick and Morty, with viewers wondering if voice actor Justin Roiland is the man behind the voice. So is Rick and Morty’s Justin Roiland in Invincible?
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‘Solar Opposites’ Season 2: Justin Roiland Continues To Impress With His Bonkers Animated Alien Sitcom [Review]

It may not have the rabid fan base of “Rick & Morty” but there’s a similarly subversive sci-fi family comedy from some of the same players over on Hulu that’s building its own following thanks to sharp writing and excellent voice work. On one level, Hulu’s “Solar Opposites” is a send-up of family sitcoms—think “Modern Family” if one of the families was replaced by a clan of homicidal aliens—but it’s much smarter than a traditional sci-fi parody. Returning with a second season of adventures for everyone’s favorite Shlorpians, “Solar Opposites” maintains the same breakneck pace as the first, and should satisfy fans who made the first season the most-streamed comedy on Hulu.
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Hulu Orders Absurd Family Comedy Series KOALA MAN with RICK AND MORTY's Justin Roiland

Hulu recently announced a new series order for an animated family comedy series called Koala Man. The series is created by Michael Cusack with Dan Hernandez and Benji Samit serving as showrunners. All three will also serve alongside Justin Roiland (Solar Opposites, Rick and Morty) as executive producers. Koala Man sounds like a show that could easily become a hit or even a cult classic.
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An Out-of-This-World Conversation Between Madison Beer and Justin Roiland

Madison Elle Beer is like any 21-year-old. She loves a New York slice—”there’s nothing in L.A. that compares” and cartoons—she has a “Nightosphere” tattoo on her foot, a reference to Adventure Time, and she included a Rick and Morty snippet in “Homesick,” a track from her debut musical album Life Support. She also has 23.6 million followers on Instagram. Ever since Justin Bieber posted a link to one of her YouTube covers at the age of 12, leading to a record deal at 13, she’s been under a constant, ever-bright spotlight, observed as she makes moves to become the pop star she’s always dreamt of becoming. With Life Support, an emotionally resonant pop album for an internet-addled generation, Beer proves that she can, in fact, turn her wildest dreams into reality. It’s her out-of-this-world ambition that led to the singer’s rather unexpected friendship with Justin Roiland, the co-creator of Adult Swim’s Rick and Morty, on which he voices both titular characters, and the co-creator of Hulu’s Solar Opposites. Below, Roiland joins Beer from another universe to talk about his own contribution to her album, The Eric Andre Show, and being Madison Beer.
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