Exciting news has emerged for Rick and Morty fans, as the beloved animated series is getting a full-fledged anime spin-off titled “Rick and Morty: The Anime.” The project has been eagerly anticipated since its announcement last year, and fans have been curious about the number of episodes it will feature. Executive producer Jason DeMarco has now confirmed that the anime series will consist of ten thrilling episodes, ensuring an immersive experience for viewers.
The anime spin-off is the result of Rick and Morty’s successful experimentation with anime-style shorts over the past few years. The shorts received an overwhelmingly positive response from fans, leading to the development of a full anime series inspired by the dynamic duo’s misadventures.
“Rick and Morty: The Anime” will be brought to life by director Takashi Sano, known for his work on the “Rick and Morty vs. Genocider” and “Summer Meets God (Rick Meets Evil)” anime shorts. Telecom Animation Film will handle the animation, producing ten exciting episodes with Sola Entertainment. The project’s team boasts a talented lineup of producers, animation directors, and color designers, promising a visually stunning and captivating anime.
While an official release date is yet to be unveiled, fans can look forward to the series premiering on Adult Swim and streaming on Max. The anime will be available with Japanese audio and English subtitles, further enhancing the immersive experience for international audiences.
With Rick and Morty’s established popularity and their penchant for eccentric and wild adventures, “Rick and Morty: The Anime” is set to offer a unique and entertaining take on the iconic duo. As the wait for the anime series continues, fans can eagerly anticipate embarking on a thrilling anime journey with Rick and Morty, transcending dimensions and encountering bizarre characters along the way.
Source: Comic Book