What’s the first thing that comes to your mind when anyone talks about Rick and Morty? I am amazed at the sheer brilliance with which the show blends cool sci-fi with horror, comedy, drama, and complicated human relations. And well, the witty dialogues are the cherry on top.
Rick and Morty made a debut way back in 2013 and continues to amass its dedicated fan base, all thanks to its great storyline. And well, we can’t seem to get enough of this show even if there are huge gaps between the many seasons.
If you are a true fan of this show packed with gags, likable characters, body horror, here are a few of the best HD and 4K wallpapers related to Rick and Morty.
1. Bright and Smart
Did you know that Bryan Cranston initially auditioned to play Jerry? This sci-fi drama, which has captured the attention of many curious minds, has had a great run till now. One of the most incredible things about it is that the pilot episode was written in a 6-hour time-frame. Now, that’s amazing, right?
2. Super Smart
So, how well do you know Rick Sanchez? Did you ever observe that the old life of Rick Sanchez is shown very vaguely in the series? Or, is it just me imagining things?
3. Open Your Eyes to the Future
At times, a queer wallpaper helps lift your mood as soon as you unlock your PC, especially at work, where we need a ton of motivation to get things going. Wallpapers such as the one above do their best in helping you sail through the day (yes, Monday, I am talking about you).
Of course, you check out our compilation for more funny and motivational desktop backgrounds.
4. Zoom Away
Want something cool on your desktop for the Rick and Morty fan in you? How about this excellent image where the cynical mad scientist and the good old Morty are gazing into the sunset. Hey, do all the sunsets look equal in all the dimensions that they travel to? Thoughts to ponder, right?
5. Men in Black
It’s not every day that comes across a science fiction with a heavy mix of family drama and emotional hangups. Dan Harmon, one of the men behind the series, has described this cool series to be a cross between The Simpsons and Futurama. Now, that’s something.
6. Where’s Cthulhu?
Of all the colorful characters and arch-enemies that Rick Sanchez and Morty meet, one of the most curious characters was that of Cthulhu, the powerful fictional titanic alien.
But did you know that Cthulhu was original created by Howard Phillips Lovecraft way back in 1926-1928 and made his debut in The Call of Cthulhu?
7. Here’s to Interdimensional Adventures
Did you know that each Rick and Morty episodes were supposed to be only 11-minute long?
8. Back to the Future
Who doesn’t love a cool image of Morty Smith, complete with laser-blazing guns and cool shades? The wallpaper, which has the Rick and Morty duo, is great in many ways. Firstly, a huge chunk of the wallpaper is black, meaning it won’t strain your eyes.
Secondly, the main characters are on the right. So, even if you do have icons on your desktop, they won’t overpower the look of your desktop background.
9. Nope, Don’t Panic!
If only, right?
Speaking of the wallpaper, who doesn’t love one with a dark background? Apart from being aesthetically pleasing, they are easy on the eyes. And well, let’s not forget that the black and red combination is a class apart.
10. Serve a Single Purpose
Mr Meeseeks is a singular purpose creation of Rick and propagates nihilism with his famous quote — Existence is pain. That quote has become a popular tag for several t-shirts, mugs, phone covers, magnets and more.
They’re Just Robots, Morty
Whether it’s the terrible fart jokes or the analysis of complicated human relations, this Adult Swim cartoon addresses all the difficult aspects brilliantly. From fighting aliens to going to crazy lengths for securing the life at earth, Rick and Morty go through it all — often together.
So, which season did you like the most till now? And why? Do share with us the reasons in the comments section below.
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Last updated on 03 February, 2022
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