Warning: contains spoilers for Rick and Morty vs Cthulhu #4!In a shocking revelation many would never think of, Rick and Morty And he officially clarified the backstory for her introductory Cthulhu cameo, including the origin of baby Cthulhu from the Smith family. since the first season, Rick and Morty It opened with a credits sequence involving a massive Cthulhu-esque monster stalking Rick, Morty, and Summer, whose baby he had on Rick’s ship. The image encapsulates many of the show’s cosmic horror themes, but fans have long wondered if it would explain how Al Smith got into the situation.
Rick and Morty vs. Cthulhu #4 He did just that. In this issue of Jim Zub, Troy Little, Leonardo Ito, and Crank! Fans learn everything they ever wanted to know. Storyboard details Battle between Rick and Morty franchise and the Cthulhu Mythos. Typical of franchise sentiments, this clash has a defining edge, as Rick made it clear that the Mythos constantly strive to infect other media properties in order to stay culturally relevant. Over the course of the series, both of the Smith families are integrated with a large Lovecraft storyline, and the comic ends with Morty drinking the “Star Seed” of Cthulhu’s daughter, Cthylla (aka Cathy).
Rick and Morty’s baby Cthulhu is Morty’s baby
Morty met Cathy while staying in Innsmouth, but their relationship turned out to be a ruse. Cthylla was actually sent to impregnate Morty, resulting in the birth of the entire Cthulhu Mythos in Rick and Morty Continuity in order to ensure more crossover stories. In the issue finale, fans see the original Cthulhu hunt from the show’s opening, as Grandpa Cthulhu pursues the Smiths, trying to retrieve Morty’s monstrous child. This not only explains what happens in the credits clip, but gives it new meaning – Cthulhu’s presence in the credits is a sign that the Mythos (personified by Azathoth, Lord of All) won their meta-battle with Rick, spreading their influence to Rick and Morty franchise in order to continue the Cthulhu pop culture dominance.
The Cthulhu Mythos have officially defeated Rick
It’s a clever and fun twist on a moment that has baffled fans from the start, and a rare loss for Rick, who can’t stop Lovecraft characters colonizing his power. Rick and Morty vs. Cthulhu It poked fun at many of the Cthulhu Mythos’ tropes, as well as satirized Lovecraft’s unsavory social views and even writing style. but, Rick and MortyHis engagement with cosmic nihilism makes him the perfect companion to an expanded Cthulhu mythos (which inspired everything from Robert E. Howard). Conan the Barbarian by Stephen King He. She), so it makes sense that in the end, even Rick couldn’t avoid making Cthulhu a part of his world.
Oddly enough, arrival “Night of Thuli” signs yet last A monstrous child of Morty, who has fathered multiple terrifying beings in the franchise so far – hopefully his relationship with his other offspring will improve. Fortunately for the fans who want more Rick and Morty vs. Cthulhuthe problem also ends with the phrase “To be Conthulhued?”which means that potentially more cross-cutting adventures are on their way – whether Rick wants them to or not.