Do People Make Rick and Morty Incest Porn? Of Course they Do!

First off, I finally fixed our Weird Shit category. That used to just link to the History section which I thought was sort of funny, but then I realized people apparently wanted legit weird shit, so apologies there. It’s resolved, and what better way to celebrate this momentous occasion than to ruminate on the fact that some freaky people draw creepy pictures of Rick getting it on with Morty. I, uhhhh. I think all of these posts are going to all have an I, uhhhh, or errrr, or some variation in there because well, shit that’s legit weird has a way of tying one’s tongue (or hands since I’m writing? I’m pretty high so I could go either way).

Rick and Morty is a conflicting show. On one hand it’s brilliant and hilarious, on another, it’s the same super edgy alcoholic nihilism that’s been the hot awesome rebel thing us rebellious types have been continually sold ever since I’ve been a person. So you drink tons of booze. And you’re emotionally retarded. Every edgy character ever. Does that mean I don’t love the show? No, it’s fucking amazing. If you’ve for some reason never seen it, go watch it all right now. Also, I think Summer and Beth are both sorta hot so who the fuck am I to judge? Oh yeah, the incest thing. Forgot about that for a sec. Oh wait, on second thought Summer’s supposed to be a teenager and I’m freaking 40. So I guess I just think Beth’s kind of, you know what, never mind. (From Vice):

“Erotic fan fiction and shipping—the practice of supporting a relationship between fictional characters—are an inevitable byproduct of pop-culture franchises beloved by the internet. But the passion behind “RickMorty,” the name bestowed on this taboo couple, is different because kinks are consistently validated by the show itself.

To understand why people love to imagine Rick and Morty fucking, it’s important to understand their relationship on the show. Rick is an all-powerful, misanthropic asshole who is often overbearing toward Morty, his sensitive and naïve sidekick. But there are moments where their relationship dynamic is reversed. Rick nearly sacrifices himself to save Morty in the season two premiere, “A Rickle in Time,” and he relies on Morty’s musical skills to save the planet from a deathly round of intergalactic American Idol in “Get Schwifty.” The power interplay between these two characters fits into a sub/dom archetype that C-137cest fans told me is crucial to comprehending their incestuous creations.

Futagogo*, who says they are twin sisters who write C-137cest fan fiction under the same online identity, wrote in an email that, “For all their contrasting qualities, the writers of the show [included] this undeniable link between them: Despite Rick’s seeming self-sufficiency/genius, Rick still needs Morty. This is, in part, explained in “Close Rick-Counters of the Rick Kind” with a ‘brainwave cloaking’ element between Ricks and Mortys. It automatically makes a seasoned, fiercely independent genius like Rick at the absolute mercy of the powerless Morty. That power dynamic is very appealing for fan creators to explore and take to the next level.”

Rick and Morty’s most unique quality in comparison to other shows with big fan art communities is that there isn’t just one set of Rick and Morty. The show transverses multiple dimensions, each with its own dynamic duo, most of whom meet up in a spacebound metropolis called the Citadel of Ricks. Because there are infinite universes with infinite versions of Rick and Morty, there are possibly Ricks and Mortys out there who fuck even harder and weirder than the Rick and Morty we’re familiar with.”

Read the rest at Vice

Thad McKraken

Thad McKraken

CEO at DMI
Thad McKraken is a psychedelic writer, musician, visual artist, filmmaker, Occultist, and pug enthusiast based out of Seattle. He is the author of the books The Galactic Dialogue: Occult Initiations and Transmissions From Outside of Time, both of which can be picked up on Amazon super cheap.
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