After the success of the second season of Rick and Morty, Dan Harmon’s brilliantly irreverent animated sci-fi show was riding an extremely large wave of anticipation prior to the season three premiere. Continue reading Rick and Morty S3, E2 Rickmancing the Stone: Superb Comedic and Narrative Momentum (Review)
“Fifty years have passed”
These are the first lines spoken in the intro for Samurai Jack and they come from the warrior himself in this new season. This marks a notable change given how the lines in the intro for the first four seasons of the show were spoken by Jack’s arch nemesis, Aku. Fifty years have passed for Jack while 13 years have passed since viewers last saw the samurai onscreen before the show abruptly ended without a proper ending. Thankfully, the show was revived and given a limited series order on Adult Swim to conclude Jack’s story. Before the revival, Samurai Jack already was considered a masterpiece of the animated genre. But after watching Jack’s journey finally come to a close on Saturday, this animated masterpiece should now be in the discussion for best animated show of all-time. From the season premiere back in March to finale on Saturday, Jack’s farewell journey, told over the final 10 episodes, was nothing short of phenomenal.
From creator Brendon Small and Adult Swim, comes the heavy metal animated comedy Metalocalypse, featuring the greatest fictional band on earth – Dethklok! The series was officially cancelled in 2016 after four seasons.
I could have done a top 20 TV shows of 2015 because this year was so damn impressive for television…. I haven’t seen this many great television series in one year – ever.
From creator Brendon Small and (maybe) Adult Swim, comes the heavy metal animated comedy Metalocalypse, featuring the greatest fictional band on earth – Dethklok!
From creators Dan Harmon (Community) and Justin Roiland (Adventure Time) comes the brilliant Adult Swim animated series Rick and Morty. The show will return for its third season in 2016.
Dan Harmon (Community) and Justin Roiland’s brilliant animated series Rick and Morty will return for it’s second season July 26th on Adult Swim.