Adult Swim began streaming an 11-minute "The Great Yokai Battle of Akihabara" animated short on Sunday for the Rick and Morty animated television series. The short will also air on Toonami on October 16. Masaru Matsumoto directed the short at Sola Entertainment. Sola Digital Arts Inc. produced the animation, and...
A new anime short has been released for Rick and Morty to coincide with Halloween. Adult Swim has collaborated with prominent anime creators and directors on a number of shorts over the past year, with Rick and Morty’s Japanese voice actors, Yohei Tadano and Keisuke Chiba, taking centre stage on each of them.
Rick and Morty has debuted a spooky new anime short to celebrate the Halloween season! Adult Swim partnered up with the upcoming release of Halloween Kills for a special promotional effort that resulted in a brand new anime short for Rick and Morty. This follows up the many new anime shorts we have seen from the franchise since they kicked off with "Samurai & Shogun" back in Spring of 2020 as part of special collaborations between Adult Swim and prominent anime creators and directors. But this time it's gotten a spooky new edge for the holiday.
Adult Swim Festival is returning virtually this year with panels for Rick and Morty, Smiling Friends, Blade Runner: Black Lotus, performances from tons of new artists and more! Adult Swim is one of the many companies that experimented with virtual conventions, and found success not only with Adult Swim Con but a virtual version of the Adult Swim Festival as well. Now they have announced a return of the Adult Swim Festival this Fall that will be going virtual once more exclusively on Adult Swim's YouTube Channel during the November 12-13 weekend.
Rick and Morty has returned with another surprise anime short – which also introduces a new nemesis for the mad scientist. Directed by Masaru Matsumoto and produced by Sola Entertainment, "The Great Yokai Battle of Akihabara" features the Japanese voice cast reuniting for an adventure that takes in Halloween, exploding toasters, and a hunt for screws – of all things – that leads Rick and Morty to the Tokyo electronic district of Akihabara.
Rick & Morty has been one of the most beloved animated shows for years now, providing ample meme material, iconic quotes, and heartfelt moments in its current five-season duration. From Pickle Rick, the Szechuan sauce moment, and even cameos from famous celebrities like rapper Logic, the show knows no bounds when it comes to satire and finding new and wild ways to keep fans hooked and laughing out loud.
Rick and Morty has resurfaced online with a reported cut scene fans want to see get made in future seasons! The fan favorite Adult Swim animated series wrapped up its fifth season earlier this Summer, and with it notably has already started work on Seasons 6 and 7. With the series signed for a new deal promising at least 100 episodes by the time it's all said and done, that likely means that there will be plenty of opportunity to get some great jokes out. This also means that there is likely a ton that gets left on the cutting room floor.
Kidrobot has made available for pre-order a number of 8-inc “Phunny Plush” inspired by The Simpsons. Each of the items will be made available in April 2022 and includes Radioactive Man, Clobber Girl, The Collector, and Bartman. Images with links below to pre-order now!. Casio G-SHOCK announced a new limited-edition...
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If you watched the season three premiere of HBO's Succession on Sunday, you probably missed the quick cameo from one of our favorite hair-care brands. Hiding in the background during one of the scenes is a collection of Ouai hair products assembled in a neat line, and the brand's founder, Jen Atkin, is rightfully freaking out.
It’s through this deeply complicated relationship that Inside Job drills into the story it truly wants to tell. So much of Reagan’s life feels like an imitation of her father’s. She works at the same company under the same boss, tirelessly doing the same work. But as much as she’s clearly driven by emulating and besting him, Reagan is equally obsessed with distancing herself from this alcoholic, vengeful disaster of a parent. Whenever Reagan spends time with Rand, her motivations can either be summed up as desperately longing for approval, or utter disgust. And while Reagan tries so very, very hard, the object of her intense feelings sees her as little more than a pet he sort of likes.
After just a few short months off of the air, Batwoman is back for a new season, and it definitely seems like it isn't pulling any punches. It's been well-documented that the third season of the hit The CW series will deal with the fallout of the Batman villain trophies being unleashed on Gotham City — and with this week's premiere episode, we got an indication of what that would entail. If you need to catch up on the most essential details and storylines from Batwoman's latest episode, we're here to help. Here are the biggest reveals and Easter eggs from "Mad as a Hatter" Obviously, spoilers for Season 3, Episode 1 of Batwoman, "Mad as a Hatter", below! Only look if you want to know!
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