While the wait for season 4 of Rick and Morty goes on, we’ve found something to keep you going in the meantime.
Australian fashion label BlackMilk has dropped a brand new collection inspired by the beloved animations as part of an official partnership with Adult Swim.
The range features 19 pieces including dresses, swimwear, blouses, shorts and skirts and will be available worldwide from February 19 from the BlackMilk website.
The clothing company has warned that the collection is likely to sell out within hours, so customers are advised to get to the website bright and early for the range dropping at 7am.
“Set five different alarms for7am AEST, 19 February 2019.
Make sure you check what time that is in your time zone! Stretch those fingers, get super caffeinated and get ready to go, go, go! (Pro tip: if you are in Australia, you can use AFTERPAY to nom now, pay later!)”
The description for the special collection reads:
“Welcome to the darkest year of our adventures, Morty.”
“Get your portal gun and your adventure card ready: we’re taking you on an interdimensional escapade with everyone’s favourite genius scientist and his timid grandson. Our first ever Rick And Morty collection is gonna hit you like one of Alan Rails’ ghost trains: 7am (AEST) 19 February.”
Fans of the show were recently left disappointed by a new trailer for the show which didn’t actually feature any footage from season 4.
Concrete details on the arrival of the new season are still extremely sparse. Following that 70 episode confirmation back in May 2018 it’s been pretty quiet.
Ryan Ridley, a writer and producer on the show, said back in January 2018 that the fourth season could arrive in late 2019.
“They really take their time,” he told the Detroit Cast. “I’m just shocked that it’s taking [so long] – we got done writing season 3 in November of last year and here we are 11 months later,” he added. “And then I know how long the show takes to write, let alone animate, so it’s just like, I’d be surprised if there was a fourth season on the air any sooner than 2019 – in late 2019.”