Published on March 15th, 2024 | by Craig Silliphant


Rick and Morty Season 7 – Blu ray Review

Rick and Morty’s seventh season arrives on Blu-ray with a notable change: the absence of Justin Roiland providing the voices. Despite this shift, the season manages to maintain its trademark humor, thanks to the capable work of the new voice actors.

The Blu-ray release offers a decent array of special features to enhance the viewing experience. “Inside the Episode” featurettes provide brief insights into various episodes, offering interviews and behind-the-scenes tidbits. While these segments are relatively short, they offer some enjoyable context for fans eager to delve deeper into the episodes.

“Inside Season 7” serves as a comprehensive overview of the season, providing a fun retrospective with interviews from the creative team. “The Characters of Season 7” offers background information on character design, adding depth to the viewing experience.

“Directing Unmortricken” provides a closer look at a specific episode, featuring discussions with director Jacob Hair. Although some material is recycled from other supplements, it still offers valuable insights into the creative process.

Packaging-wise, the Blu-ray comes in a slipbox with an inner print featuring episode listings and character illustrations, adding a nice touch for collectors.

Overall, Rick and Morty Season 7 on Blu-ray delivers another hilarious and entertaining installment of the beloved series. While the absence of Justin Roiland’s voice may initially give fans pause, the new voice actors step up admirably, and the special features provide additional depth and enjoyment for viewers. Whether you’re a die-hard fan or a newcomer to the series, this Blu-ray release is definitely worth adding to your collection.

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