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The Best of Rick and Morty Slipcase Collection

Description

The only box set containing the true best of the best—the all-time best Rick and Morty stories featuring your favorite family from nearly ten years of Oni Press's acclaimed comics series!

Revisit the finest interdimensional, dysfunctional, confrontational, nonsensical adventures in three never-before-released "best of" volumes: the Best of Rick and Morty, Best of Summer, and Best of Beth & Jerry!

Featuring classic issues including "Morty Shines," "Summer's Eve," Neigh's Anatomy," and "Rick and Morty Presents: Jerry" from top writers and illustrators Kyle Starks, Pamela Ribon, Jim Zub, Benjamin Dewey, Troy Little, Marc Ellerby, and many more!

The perfect collection for Rick and Morty fans new and--uh--"experienced."

About the Author

Kyle Starks is an Eisner–nominated comic creator from southern Indiana, where he resides with his beautiful wife and two amazing daughters. He is the author of the graphic novels Kill Them All, Sexcastle, and Rock Candy Mountain, and he also writes for the Rick and Morty comic book.

Michael Moreci is a screenwriter and bestselling comics author. His award-winning debut feature film, Revealer, premiered on Shudder in the summer of 2022. It’s soon to be followed by Holiday Holdup, a crime comedy that Michael wrote and directed. He was also recently hired by Paper Street Pictures to write the suspense thriller Come Find Me. In the comics space, Michael is the creator of the acclaimed gothic horror series The Plot, the werewolf drama Curse, the existential space opera Wasted Space, and the post-apocalyptic thriller Spree, which he co-created with It screenwriter Gary Dauberman. Michael’s also the creator of the smash hit sword-and-sorcery series Barbaric, which Entertainment Weekly, Thrillist, and many others called one of the best comics of the year. He’s also written for numerous legendary characters and properties, including Star Wars, Rick and Morty, Batman, Stranger Things, and more.

Jim Zub is a writer, artist and art instructor based in Toronto, Canada. Over the past 20 years, he’s worked for a diverse array of publishing, movie, and video game clients including Marvel, DC Comics, Disney, Capcom, Hasbro, Cartoon Network, and Bandai-Namco. He juggles his time between being a freelance comic writer and a professor teaching drawing and storytelling courses in Seneca College’s award-winning Animation program.

Sarah Graley is a comic writer and artist based in the UK. She’s been drawing Our Super Adventure and posting it online since 2012, and is also the author of the ever-spooky Kim Reaper, and the Rick and Morty: Lil’ Poopy Superstar miniseries.

Tini Howard is a writer and swamp witch from the Carolina Wilds. Her work includes Magdalena from Image/Top Cow Comics, Rick and Morty™: Pocket Like You Stole It from Oni Press, and Assassinistas from IDW/Black Crown! Her previous work includes Power Rangers: Pink (BOOM! Studios), The Skeptics (Black Mask Studios), and a contribution to the hit Secret Loves of Geek Girls, from Dark Horse Comics. She lives with her husband, Blake, and her son, Orlando, who is a cat.

Pamela Ribon co-created and currently writes the roller derby comic SLAM!, and has penned guest issues of Rick and Morty™. She is also writer of the Oni Press graphic novel My Boyfriend is a Bear. Her screenwriting work includes Moana and Wreck-It Ralph 2: Ralph Breaks the Internet. She's a best-selling author, frequent troublemaker, and true fan of you.

Alex Firer is an LA–based, Soviet–born writer whose credits include The Onion News Network, The Official Handbook of the Bowieverse, and a bunch of Rick and Morty comics: Birdperson, Nimbus, Rick's New Hat, you know, all those. Buy them if you want. Are all these bios just resumes? He used to work at an opera house in Boston if that helps. Yup. Salary: $1,000,000.

CJ Cannon is a self-taught artist living in Nashville, Tennessee. When they're not working on comics, outside riding their bike, or drumming, they're almost always in the house drawing fan art.

Marc Ellerby is a comic book illustrator from the UK. He is probably most known for his work on the Rick and Morty comics from Oni Press and [adult swim]. He has worked with companies such as Disney, Warner Bros., BBC, Hasbro and Cartoon Network. However, he is never as happy when he is drawing his own comics such as Chloe Noonan: Monster Hunter or the autobiographical diary comic Ellerbisms.

Troy Little, three-time Eisner, Ringo, and Harvey nominee, has worked with IDW, Oni Press, and Top Shelf on such books as the award-winning adaptation of Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, Rick and Morty vs. Dungeons & Dragons, The Powerpuff Girls, Radically Rearranged Ronin Ragdolls with Kevin Eastman, as well as his creator-owned books, Chiaroscuro and the Angora Napkin series. He lives in Prince Edward Island, Canada.

Fred C. Stresing is a comic book writer, artist, and colorist who has been working professionally for ten-plus years in the industry. His comics include such titles as Invader ZIM, Rick and Morty, Adventure Time, and many, many more. He loves sci-fi, comedy, old movies, and relaxing at home with his wife and their two cats in upstate New York. He one day hopes to have a home with a library in it, one with a fireplace and those, y’know, those ladders with wheels? One of those. Yeah.

Sarah Graley is a comic writer and artist based in the UK. She’s been drawing Our Super Adventure and posting it online since 2012, and is also the author of the ever-spooky Kim Reaper, and the Rick and Morty: Lil’ Poopy Superstar miniseries.

Erica Hayes has been working as a professional storyboard artist for four years, and has worked on all three seasons of Rick and Morty™. This is her first professional comic gig, for which she is very excited! Erica lives in LA with her boyfriend, Spencer, and two cats, Marcy and Finn.

Benjamin Dewey is a fan of Carl Sagan/science, guitars/stringed instruments, Motörhead/rock ‘n’ roll, Skyrim/Mass Effect and cats/animals. He lives in Milwaukie, Oregon, with a sweet woman named Lindsey and three feline mischief-machines.

Priscilla Tramontano is an illustrator, concept artist, and comic creator based in São Paulo, Brazil. She’s a fan of cartoons, collectables, horror media, and cats. She has worked on comics titles such as Transformers, Godzilla, and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, for TV shows such as Scooby Doo Mystery, Inc., and games including League of Legends.