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Rick and Morty, a rather zany grandfather-grandson duo, have been amusing fans all over the world since 2013. Now, the hype surrounding the burping, always-drunk grandpa and his pubescent, slightly featherbrained grandson has reached us too. In the EMP Online Shop, you’ll find a wide selection of Rick and Morty merchandise for all areas of your life, to accompany the series. The crazy duo can accompany you at breakfast, in the office or while you’re driving. Get hold of fun badges featuring likenesses of the two main characters and brighten up your bags and outfits.
“Focus on Science, Morty.”
So what exactly is Rick and Morty all about? Rick Sanchez, a kindly but alcoholic and constantly-burping scientist lives with his daughter Beth, her husband Jerry and their children Summer and Morty. Rick has a garage full of stuff that he uses to create crazy inventions like bombs or little robots, and to travel through space and time. He regularly takes his grandson Morty along on exciting and even dangerous adventures into strange worlds and completely different dimensions.
Back to the Future meets Doctor Who, with a dash of Adventure Time
Visually, the series is very similar to Futurama. There’s also a nod in the direction of ‘Back to the Future’ with Doc Emmet Brown and Marty McFly. No episode misses the chance to spoof a famous film or series in some freaky way.
“Wubba Lubba Dub Dub!”
Just like Rick and Morty, you too can travel to other galaxies and dimensions with our cool merchandise. In the EMP Online Shop you’ll find loads of Rick and Morty t-shirts with various different motifs. You’re sure to have a ricktastic evening with our shot-glass set and matching coasters.
In the third season, Rick declares his love of McDonalds’ McNugget Szechuan sauce, which was removed from the menu in 1998. Around 30,000 people have already signed a petition to reintroduce the sauce – and McDonald’s is seriously considering doing so.