The Emmy award-winning episode of Rick and Morty that had fans mad about pickles is back and even more fermented than before. In this adaptation of the famous episode, Rick has turned into a pickle to avoid spending time with his family in therapy. Tired of Rick’s lies, Beth, Summer and Morty head to therapy to discuss their repressed feelings. But when Rick ends up in the sewers and surrounded by hungry animals, he must upgrade his pickle body to be the deadliest fruit around.
Rick and Morty Presents Pickle Rick follows a similar narrative to the original and finds its own unique take with new events. Delilah S. Dawson explores an extremely pickle and a family therapy session that hilariously spirals out of control. Focusing on the off the wall comedy, Pickle Rick isn’t bent on too much destruction this time around. Cracking jokes, criticizing flaws and show off his brilliance is what Pickle Rick chooses to do instead of spending family time in a therapy session. The story is usual in all the right ways, with CJ Cannon and Brittany Peer carefully representing the original designs. From every gross animal limb on Rick, the nervous faces of the Smith family and the fourth wall breaking commercial breaks, this comic is a fun experience that any Rick and Morty should read.