Rick and Morty vs. Dungeons & Dragons #2 (of 4)
Death, dice, and diabolical plans! Rick Sanchez has been power gaming since the ‘70s, but this time he may have finally met his match—his family. The world’s greatest role-playing game. Reality’s most dysfunctional animated series. What could go wrong?

Rick and Morty vs. Dungeons & Dragons #2 (of 4) Details

TitleRick and Morty vs. Dungeons & Dragons #2 (of 4)
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LanguageEnglish
ReleaseSep 26th, 2018
PublisherIDW
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GenreSequential Art, Comics, Graphic Novels, Fantasy

Rick and Morty vs. Dungeons & Dragons #2 (of 4) Review

  • Patrick
    January 1, 1970
    Again, full disclosure here, I'm biased in this review because... well... I wrote this comic.That said, my memory being what it is, when I reading something I finished final edits on months ago... I'm not going to remember about 60% of it. (Honestly, I think this is a big part of what makes me so good at revision. When I re-read something, it's much easier for me to get an honest look at it. Because my memory is largely shit.)Anyway, I actually laughed a couple times reading this, which is a goo Again, full disclosure here, I'm biased in this review because... well... I wrote this comic.That said, my memory being what it is, when I reading something I finished final edits on months ago... I'm not going to remember about 60% of it. (Honestly, I think this is a big part of what makes me so good at revision. When I re-read something, it's much easier for me to get an honest look at it. Because my memory is largely shit.)Anyway, I actually laughed a couple times reading this, which is a good sign. Also, for those of you who are into the behind-the-scenes details that go into how a book like this comes to be. I have one of my favorite art notes ever in this issue: "I'd like Morty to be having the most Eldritch puke ever here."If you like D&D, or Rick and Morty, or Eldritch puke, then this book might be for you...
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  • David(LA,CA)
    January 1, 1970
    This one feels like it takes a while to get started. Or rather, it feels like it takes a very long time to resolve the previous issue's cliffhanger. Completely unsurprised that when Rick has several months to come up with a campaign, it's just a murder hobo (kill monsters, gain loot, what plot?) run.Also completely unsurprised that Rick cheats.I felt it wasn't quite as funny as the previous issue.
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  • Jaydeep Parmar
    January 1, 1970
    This book did a great job of keeping pace with the first issue. Although they decided to wrap the situation where they were trapped in virtual reality. However they should have spent more time describing the events of dungeons an dragons than it did....https://www.jaydeepparmar.in/2018/09/...
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  • Brendan Barlow
    January 1, 1970
    As good as the first, very fun and worth the time. Still loses something without Roilands voice acting but thats just the way it is.
  • Mikey The High School Librarian
    January 1, 1970
    This is issue was a bit tame for my liking. Perhaps the next issue.
  • Kaushik Tadvi
    January 1, 1970
    A WHOLE FAMILY DnD ADVENTURE (except jerry ofcourse).YAAAS.
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