Rick and Morty: Lil' Poopy Superstar

Rick and Morty Lil Poopy Superstar The runaway hit comic book series based on Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland s hilarious adult swim animated show RICK AND MORTY explores the complexities of friendship and fame in LIL POOPY SUPERSTAR Mr

  • Title: Rick and Morty: Lil' Poopy Superstar
  • Author: Sarah Graley Marc Ellerby Mildred Louis
  • ISBN: 9781620103746
  • Page: 326
  • Format: Paperback
  • The runaway hit comic book series based on Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland s hilarious adult swim animated show RICK AND MORTY explores the complexities of friendship and fame in LIL POOPY SUPERSTAR Mr Poopybutthole is in trouble, and he turns to the one person he can trust Summer Smith She s than willing to help, but is he telling her the whole truth Summer wilThe runaway hit comic book series based on Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland s hilarious adult swim animated show RICK AND MORTY explores the complexities of friendship and fame in LIL POOPY SUPERSTAR Mr Poopybutthole is in trouble, and he turns to the one person he can trust Summer Smith She s than willing to help, but is he telling her the whole truth Summer will find out as she and Mr Poopybutthole embark on their very own fantastic adventure across space, complete with jailbreaks, hijackings, and high school prom Plus, backup comics featuring good ol Rick and Morty

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    1. So I discovered Rick and Morty in the last year and I’m now hooked on this fantastic show - but it’s only got two frikkin’ seasons! The third one is on the way but I’m jonesing for more, so I checked out this comic, Lil’ Poopy Superstar, and ooh, wee, it’s no substitute. Summer and Mr Poopybutthole go on an adventure to Mr PB’s home world and you quickly realise why the show isn’t called Summer and Mr Poopybutthole. It’s a weak ass story about Mr PB being a major celebrity that [...]

    2. Summer is the least developed character in the Rickiverse so it is fun to see her get a story of her own. Jealous of her little brother's adventures, Summer finds herself on an adventure of her own when Mr Poopybutthole appears through a portal and asks her to come to his universe, where he is such a famous movie star that the pressure is literally threatening to kill him. Ooo-wee!It's quite flimsy and leans heavily on the tv show without adding a huge amount of innovation. Fans of R&M, howe [...]

    3. To be fair, you have to have a very high IQ to understand Rick and Morty. The humour is extremely subtle, and without a solid grasp of theoretical physics most of the jokes will go over a typical viewer’s head. There’s also Rick’s nihilistic outlook, which is deftly woven into his characterisation- his personal philosophy draws heavily from Narodnaya Volya literature, for instance. The fans understand this stuff; they have the intellectual capacity to truly appreciate the depths of these [...]

    4. 'Rick and Morty" Lil' Poopy Superstar Vol. 1' by Marc Ellerby with art by Sarah Graley and Mildred Louis is my second graphic novel based on a series I'm not familiar with. I didn't mind the first one, but didn't care much for this one.Summer Smith is jealous of her brother Morty and his relationship with his grandfather Rick. They have all the fun (or so Summer thinks). When she gets a chance to help out a strange alien named Mr. Poopybutthole, she takes it. What follows is a series of adventur [...]

    5. An animated TV show comes to print with a main character named Mr. Poopybutthole seeking the help of a redhead named Summer Smith (because everything’s better with alliteration).Even though I’ve never seen this, it doesn’t require a lot of background. Mr. Poopybutthole is well aware of what he is—at one point he shouts, “I’m a changed butthole!”—and speaks with a Suthin’ accent. He likes to say “Ooo-wee!” On the other hand, he has an inflated sense of self, with lines like, [...]

    6. Not a bad continuation of the show. And more Mr. Poopybutthole is a good thing. The story focuses on Summer and Mr. Poopybutthole as he returns to his home dimension with short backup stories featuring Rick. My one complaint is that everyone looks like they are from Beevis and Butthead. Comic books can typically take liberties with the art unless you're based on a cartoon. Then I want the art to look like the cartoon.Received an advance copy from Oni Press and NetGalley in exchange for an honest [...]

    7. PB and Summer adventures. It's kind of funny but I like when Summer is being more confident and less insecure about herself. There's some side stories with Rick and the other family members. Going to a field with Morty, mall monster with Jerry and Beth, and ice cream with Jerry.Overall, it's not as strong as the regular volumes or show but it was alright.

    8. I really wanted to love this because I love Summer and she deserves her turn in the spotlight, but overall the story was pretty weak and I didn't care for the art style either. Still, it was nice to see Summer saving the day for once!

    9. Finally, the Summer/Mr. Poopybutthole teamup everyone has been clamoring for. When Rick was involved, he tended to spout catchprhases (wubbalubbadubdub etc.) but thankfully he wasn't the focus of most of the story.

    10. OkayFelt like this adventure should have had more Morty and Rick. The animation also seemed to make me double take at the characters.

    11. Longer thanI expectedSame humor as show. Neatly drawn. Plot could easily be an episode. Fun to see Summer being in the spot light.

    12. This was not like the show or the other comics. It centered around Summer which isn't necessarily a bad thing but the story line was petty and underwhelming.

    13. This comic starts off with Summer sitting at the table with Rick and Morty as they discuss another awesome adventure they had with just the two of them. She runs off after yelling at them and finds Mr. Poopybutthole in her room. He tells her he’s not ready to see the rest of the family after what happened in the Total Rickall episode with the parasites but he has unfinished business and he wants her help. The comic then follows Summer and Mr. Poopybutthole as they go to another planet, Summer [...]

    14. I would like to start out by saying how hyped up I am that I was available to snag this book in 3 parts on Netgalley, because I am a huuuuge Rick and Morty fan. This just might fill the void until season 3 comes out.I was especially looking forward to picking this title up since it focuses more on Summer, who is a fun, yet underdeveloped character. The story begins with Mr. Poopybutthole enlisting Summer's help for a very important mission across space, after the events of Total Rickall. Summer [...]

    15. Just like the show. Some more background on the beloved Mr. Poopybutthole character. Here and there the art deviated significantly from the show, which was distracting. I didn't really care for the new styles either. Since it wasn't consistently different, I'm not sure how intentional it was.

    16. This book is intended for mature readers*If you're like us, you can't wait for more Rick and Morty episodes. Mr. Poopybutthole is back and he needs help from the only Smith he can trust- Summer. It's great to see Summer get a story of her own, she's too often pushed to the side and with the right character development she can be really awesome. Anyway, Summer and Mr. Poopybutthole team up to try to get Mr. PB's life back under control. ~Elisa

    17. As a fan of the show, I was very excited at the opportunity to receive a free copy in exchange for an honest review. This is certainly not a substitute for watching the show but a complement to it, featuring a new story, as well as short, unrelated scenes to break up the main story. I prefer this to some graphic novels where the story is almost identical to the show and sometimes either the written or visual version can feel like a weaker imitation of the other. Additionally, this book focuses m [...]

    18. ARC received from netgalley in exchange for an honest reviewSummer is tired of it being ‘hundred years Rick and Morty’ and wants to be part of the adventure. Enter Mr PB. . . yes the same Mr PB who her family stabbed to death previously. Adventure and hilarity ensues.The comic was true to the characters from the adult swim, from Rick being his disgustingly brilliant self, to Jerry just being Jerry. Although there were only glimpses to these characters and Rick during the comic, it still felt [...]

    19. As a big Rick & Morty fan, I was excited when I saw that NetGalley had Rick and Morty: Lil' Poopy Superstar available for review. Even more exciting was the fact that this story focused on Summer and Mr. Poopybutthole. After being shot by Beth in the season two episode, "Total Rickall", Mr. Poopybutthole has been in hiding. Desperate for help, he returns to seek assistance from Summer back on his home planet, where Mr. Poopybutthole has been living an entirely different life.I've come to lik [...]

    20. I really wish they had gone more into why Mr. Poopybutthole is such a huge celebrity but I guess it's going to be one of those weird things that doesn't get an explanation.Individual issue reviews: #1 | #2 | #3 | #4 | #5Total review score: 2.8

    21. A great addition to the Rick and Morty canon, complete with Mr. Poopybutthole's backstory! Nice, quick and fun read.

    22. I love Rick & Morty and the regular comic books are stellar, but I really wasn't impressed with this spin-off.

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