Rick & Morty has quickly become one of the most popular animated shows on TV since debuting on Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim block back in December of 2013. The interdimensional adventures of the pair are now played out in a series of fun and quirky construction sets from McFarlane Toys.
The sets range in size from 40 pieces to 293 pieces and in price from $8.99 for the small sets to $34.99 for the largest. Obviously the time to build the sets depends upon its size but they are all simple to moderate in terms of their complexity. If you’ve done Lego or MegaBloks you should have no trouble with these.
You Can Run but You Can’t Hide features the “80’s horror knockoff” Scary Terry while The Discreet Assassin features the alien assassin Krombopulos Michael with incredible likenesses from the TV series.
The The Smith Family Garage Rack features buildable “Meeseeks” and Jerry figures along with the garage rack with various accessories. The figures are articulated with removable/swappable heads and limbs. Evil Rick and Morty consists of buildable models of evil version of the two main characters, a hallway with a dimensional portal opening behind them.
The largest set is the Spaceship and Garage set and yes it is my favorite. In all it consists of 293 pieces to build a spectacular scene. This highly detailed set features buildable Rick and Morty figures with swappable heads and limbs, and comes with garage setting and buildable Spaceship with functioning doors and hood based off iconic scenery from the series. The background workshop includes various potions, gadgets, bulletin board and more.
You can build them all and have your own little Rick and Morty mini universe right in your own home. The details are fantastic in all of the character models and the little odds and ends in the larger sets bring the show to life. Compared to similar construction kits these McFarlane kits are also very reasonably priced.