Rick And Morty
Photo Credit: Studio Deen

Rick and Morty is an American contraversial/adult animated series with a worldwide fan-base that ran for three seasons and currently there are 5 episodes out from the fourth season, which is officially listed with 10 episodes.

The series a great attention from fans and with no doubt Rick and Morty is one series that fans can’t get enough of it.

Recently a surprise came from the Adult Swim as they released a five-minute “Samurai and Shogun” animated short on Saturday for the Rick and Morty animated series. Anime Studio DEEN delivered the short. Staff individuals incorporate chief and scriptwriter Kaichi Satō, maker Koji Iijima, and official maker Maki Terashima-Furuta. The short broadcast during Saturday’s Toonami programming block. Check it ot below:

The short stars include:

  • Youhei Tadano as Rick WTM72
  • Keisuke Chiba as Shogun Morty

The pair repeated their jobs from the Japanese dub of the animated arrangement.

The senior vice president for Adult Swim, Jason DeMarco shared a Tweet saying that:

”spent a year putting together a five minute Rick and Morty Lone Wolf & Cub anime short”

Rick and Morty is an American animated sci-fi sitcom made by Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon for Cartoon Network’s late-evening programming block Adult Swim.

The arrangement follows the misfortunes of skeptical crazy lab rat Rick Sanchez and his great hearted yet irritable grandson Morty Smith, who split their time between local life and interdimensional experiences.

Justin Roiland voices the eponymous characters, with Chris Parnell, Spencer Grammer and Sarah Chalke voicing the remainder of the family. The arrangement started from a animated short satire film of Back to the Future, made by Roiland for Channel 101, a short film celebration helped to establish by Harmon. The arrangement has been acclaimed by pundits for its inventiveness, imagination and cleverness.

The arrangement has been gotten for an extra seventy scenes over an unknown number of seasons, starting with season 4. The fourth season debuted on November 10, 2019 and will comprise of ten scenes.