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Rick and Morty vs. Dungeons & Dragons: Deluxe Edition


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It's the COMPLETE ADVENTURE! Grab your dice, pencils, and spell book, as Rick and Morty Vs. Dungeons & Dragons returns in this deluxe edition hardcover!

#1 New York Times-bestselling fantasy author Patrick Rothfuss (The Name of the Wind), acclaimed comics writer Jim Zub, and Eisner-nominated artist Troy Little bring you the comics crossover of the year now in a deluxe, hardcover collector's edition!

Featuring all eight issues of the hit series, plus a BRAND NEW story from Jim Zub and Troy Little featuring Mr. Meeseeks conquering The Forgotten Realms! Over 250 pages of monsters, mayhem, and a bag of holding worth of bonus materials.

When Morty asks Rick for help learning how to play D&D because he has a crush on a girl, and it ends up drawing the entire family into a D&D world, where they inadvertently help "the bad guys" win, but make it right in the end. Then, in the hit series PAINSCAPE, magical D&D adventures coming to Earth, and no one will survive the Painscape! The world’s greatest role-playing game returns to plague the world’s most dysfunctional animated family and this time, we can’t just rest on brand name recognition and curiosity to fuel your interest, Morty, because no one gives a d-d-damn about sequels unless they’re really good, so no pressure, you f***ing hacks!


Rick and Morty Meets Dungeons and Dragons [ edit ]

Rick and Morty is an extremely popular (especially among the nerd/gamer crowd) cartoon from Comedy Central's Adult Swim.  The show is the brainchild of Dan Harmon, who also created the (not animated) comedy show Community (which, incidentally, featured an amazing Dungeons and Dragons episode).

Given the creator's obvious gaming heritage it's no surprise that he decided to officially partner with Wizards of the Coast (the company behind Dungeons and Dragons), and create both gaming products and several graphic novels featuring both Rick and Morty and Dungeons and Dragons.

Of course, not every gamer loves RIck and Morty, but if they seem like they're fans of strange/quirky cartoons shown late at night, they're very likely fans of the show.  And with an average of 4.8/5 stars (from a whopping 1,380 reviews) on, you can trust that this first book of the series will entertain your chosen gamer ... perhaps even if they aren't familiar with the show.