Rick and Morty kicked off Season 6 of the collection with the introduction of an enormous new villain, Rick Prime, and the co-creator behind the collection has opened up about one of many large theories surrounding this villain forward of the season’s remaining episodes! Rick Prime’s introduction to the collection not solely brings a brand new villain to the proceedings, however opens up an entire new world of potential questions and potentialities about where the animated collection might go from this level on. On the similar time, this new villain has additionally modified our perspective on how we see Rick and the best way he defines himself.

As Rick and Morty prepares to return to Grownup Swim with the ultimate episodes of Season 6 beginning on November twentieth, ComicBook.com received an opportunity to talk with Rick and Morty co-creator (and the voice behind Rick Prime) Justin Roiland concerning the new villain and needed to ask whether or not or not this villain is the “Rickest Rick” that C-137 Rick has at all times referred to himself as. It seems that whereas it isn’t a affirmation or de-confirmation, the total reply’s sophisticated.

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Is Rick Prime the “Rickest Rick”?

When requested if Rick Prime could possibly be thought-about the “Rickest Rick” within the multiverse, Rick and Morty co-creator Justin Roiland started his reply with, “It is fascinating as a result of it will depend on what your definition of that’s. What does that imply? The Rickest Rick. He is definitely a scarier Rick. He is devoid of empathy. I really feel like our Rick that we’re following not less than has slightly little bit of that. You possibly can inform he, as a lot as he could wish to deny it and never feed into it for himself, you may inform that there is a little little bit of attachment to this model of the household and this Morty that he is received.”

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Digging into extra of what makes Rick Prime so totally different from C-137 Rick, Roiland continued with, “This different Rick is diabolical, tremendous clever. Clearly, a pressure to be reckoned with for positive. However scarier simply because there’s no of the humanity in there. I suppose if that is your definition of being essentially the most Rick then yeah, having zero humanity in any respect. Yeah, it definitely modifications how we take a look at our Rick ever so barely, for positive.”


It looks as if the “Rickest Rick” definition comes with much more problems that Rick Prime’s debut has stirred up, so hopefully we’ll get to see extra of the villain as Rick and Morty Season 6 continues starting on Sunday, November 20 at 11:00PM EST! Do you suppose Rick Prime is the true “Rickest Rick”? Tell us your entire ideas about it within the feedback! You possibly can even attain out to me straight about all issues animated and different cool stuff @Valdezology on Twitter!