Oni has released previews of titles arriving next week, including Rick and Morty #23, Motro #4, Letter 44 #30, and the Rick and Morty: Lil’ Poopy Superstar trade paperback collection.

Previews:
RICK AND MORTY: LIL’ POOPY SUPERSTAR TPB

(W/A/CA) Sarah Graley
(C) Mildred Louis
(A/C) Marc Ellerby​
AGE RATING: Teen, 16+
GENRE: Humor, Sci-fi
PRICE: $19.99
128 PAGES

The runaway hit comic book series based on Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland’s hilarious [adult swim] animated show RICK AND MORTY explores the complexities of friendship and fame in LIL’ POOPY SUPERSTAR!

Mr. Poopybutthole is in trouble, and he turns to the one person he can trust: Summer Smith! She’s more than willing to help, but is he telling her the whole truth?
Summer will find out as she and Mr. Poopybutthole embark on their very own fantastic adventure across space, complete with jailbreaks, hijackings, and high school prom. Plus, backup comics featuring good ol’ Rick and Morty!

LETTER 44 #30

(W) Charles Soule
(A/CA) Alberto Jiménez Alburquerque
(C) Dan Jackson
AGE RATING: Mature
GENRE: Sci-fi
PRICE: $3.99
32 PAGES

President Stephen Blades prepares for the most important press briefing of his career. Likely the most important press briefing of all time—it’s time to let the world know the truth about what’s coming. On Mars, negotiations with the Builders have failed. The surviving crew of the Clarke must flee for their lives… but with no ship, on a dead planet, where can they go?

MOTRO #4

(W) Ulises Fariñas with Erick Freitas
(A/CA) Ulises Fariñas
(C) Ryan Hill
AGE RATING: Mature
GENRE: Adventure
PRICE: $3.99
32 PAGES

The nefarious Reptoids, defeated and relinquished to hidden outskirts away from the Northern Kingdom, abscond with the human race’s final hope for survival—the last of their children. Motro convinces the city’s elders to sacrifice themselves to reveal the Reptoids’ location so the children may still be rescued, but they’re met with a horrifying discovery. Motro, with great warriors and a squadron of tri-tankerbeasts at his side, must decide what it means to save humanity when faced with extinction or a grisly new future.

RICK AND MORTY #23
(W) Kyle Starks
(A) CJ Cannon
(C) Katy Farina
(CA) CJ Cannon with Katy Farina (retail cover), Sam King (incentive cover)
BACK-UP COMIC by Marc Ellerby
AGE RATING: Teen, 16+
GENRE: Humor, Sci-fi
PRICE: $3.99
32 PAGES

When Jerry is master of the world, how is Rick to survive? By building a GIANT FRICKIN’ ROBOT, THAT’S HOW! The Smith family takes on Doofus Jerry in a battle to end all battles. Come for the sweet punching action, stay for the existential ennui.

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