New Rick and Morty Merchandise Unveiled
As fans eagerly await the recently-revealed November 2019 return of Adult Swim’s Rick and Morty, Cartoon Network Enterprises (CNE) is announcing a robust lineup of new licensing and merchandising partnerships, which will launch throughout 2019. The pop culture phenomenon, which was awarded 2018’s Top License of the Year Award, continues to be a dominating force in both entertainment and consumer products.
With over 500 products launching this year alone, the 2019 LIMA Award-nominated property has expanded into new categories such as bicycles, custom jewelry and pet products, among others, most launching around the November premiere. CNE continues to focus on bringing Rick and Morty fans personalized products tied to their favorite episodes and events, creating unique and exciting ways for consumers to engage with the series beyond programmatic windows. The expansive release slate of consumer products showcases the reach of the show’s fandom through various categories including apparel, accessories, home decor, publishing, toys, games, electronics and more.
Key collaborations coming throughout 2019 include:
King Ice – Considered the leading street wear jewelry brand in hip-hop culture, King Ice will bring Rick and Morty to life in an brand-new way. Offering the first-ever jewelry collaboration between the two brands, the collection will include 3D-designed iced out pendants and rings featuring the cast of characters, with an anticipated release in August 2019.
Sprayground – The rebel backpack company with a commitment to counter culture expands its existing Adult Swim partnership with a collection of edgy, color-soaked bags inspired by the show.
MeUndies – Launching October 2019, the limited-edition MeUndies x Rick and Morty collection will be available in the brand’s softer-than-soft underwear and loungewear for men and women. This limited-edition fan art inspired design features hand-drawn, original artwork of the show’s iconic characters and beloved villains in one of MeUndies’ community’s most requested prints.
Silver Paw – Rick and Morty pet lovers will be able to express both their fandom for the series and passion for their furry companions with this first-time collaboration launching Fall 2019. The line will include dog and cat apparel, toys, collars, leashes, treats and more available in select retail stores across North America.
State Bicycle Co. – Combining quality urban cycling with premium design, this Rick and Morty limited-edition collection will include bikes, jerseys and accessories including water bottles and bar tape. Products will be available in US and Canada at authorized dealers and on statebicycle.com with an anticipated launch in Q3 2019.
Teenage Engineering – Emmy Award-winning producer Justin Roiland will step into the role of inventive mad scientist with Swedish consumer electronics company Teenage Engineering. Together, they created a limited-edition pocket operator (PO-137), a vocal synthesizer and sequencer with built-in microphone offering 8 different voice character sampling options, all voiced by Roiland himself plus custom Rick and Morty visuals for each. Other features of the operator include animated LCD display, folding stand, 120-seconds sample memory, alarm clock and much more. The pocket operator will be available online starting in July at rickandmorty.com & www.teenageengineering.com as well as available in store later this fall. It will be sold for $129.
Wizards of the Coast – The world’s greatest roleplaying game meets television’s most dysfunctional family! What could possibly go wrong? Coming this fall, D&D has partnered with Cartoon Network Enterprises to bring this boxed set blending the world of Dungeons & Dragons with the mad narcissistic genius of Rick Sanchez’s power-gaming sensibilities, and it includes everything a Dungeon Master needs to channel their inner mad scientist and run a rickrolling adventure for up to 5 players, levels 1-3.
Plus, the fan-favorite crossover comic mini-series continues with Rick and Morty vs. Dungeons & Dragons II: Painscape from Oni Press, Wizards of the Coast, IDW Publishing and CNE, with the first issue release on September 18 and 3 more issues to follow.
Once upon a game, Rick, Morty and the Smith family went on magical D&D adventures… now, magical D&D adventures are coming to Earth, and no one will survive the Painscape!
The world’s greatest role-playing game returns to plague the world’s most dysfunctional animated family! Fan-favorite dice-dependent Jim Zub (Samurai Jack, Savage Sword of Conan) re-teams up with Eisner-nominated cartoonist Troy Little (Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, The Powerpuff Girls) to destroy Adult Swim’s pop culture juggernaut and the best-selling role-playing game that once used the term “THAC0.”
In addition to the Dungeons & Dragons comic book collaboration, Oni Press will reach another milestone with the release of issue #50 of the ongoing Rick and Morty comic book series on May 29. Just revealed last week, the landmark issue will include two very special variant covers of Rick and Morty creators and executive producers, Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland, from artist Julieta Colás. Issue #50 will be 49-pages in length, with 40 pages of story and a total of three covers.
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