Take a second and really give Rick and Morty a good look over - who do they remind you of? If you haven’t guessed, then think back to one of the most beloved movie franchises of the 1980s. That’s right, Rick and Morty originated as a parody of Back to the Future. The show is an Adult Swim animated sci-fi show. Check out our handpicked collection of Rick and Morty wallpapers!
Take a second and really give Rick and Morty a good look over - who do they remind you of? If you haven’t guessed, then think back to one of the most beloved movie franchises of the 1980s. That’s right, Rick and Morty originated as a parody of Back to the Future. The show is an Adult Swim animated sci-fi show. It was thought up by Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland, and originally started as a parody film that was called the Real Animated Adventures of Doc and Mharti, which was shown at the Channel 101 short film festival. After the first showing, the two creators decided they wanted to expand the program.
As a parody, you’ll obviously recognize that there are some pretty jarring differences in characters between Rick and Morty and Back to the Future. First off, Rick Sanchez is actually a raging alcoholic who also happens to be a crazy mad scientist. The entire show follows Rick as he moves into his daughter’s home and tries to fit into the lives of her children. He typically splits his time between awkward family moments and developing crazy science projects that are both dangerous and transdimensional. Morty is Rick’s grandson who is good-hearted but irresponsible.
Rick may be the maverick character in the show, but it’s Morty that really helps keep things grounded. He basically acts as the moral compass for Rick, whose ego can sometimes lead the duo into some pretty murky waters. Morty’s sister, Summer, is another frequent character who has joined the duo adventures with increasing frequency. She’s a bit more of a conventional teenager, always looking to make herself look better to her friends.
Rick and Morty are currently in its third season. If you’ve been around the internet for any given amount of time, or are a fan yourself, you probably know there was a bit of time where fans weren’t sure of when a season three would hit. The first episode dropped surprisingly on April 1, 2017, which was April Fools Day. However, the rest of the 10-episode season didn’t air until July 30, 2017.
We hope you enjoyed the collection of Rick and Morty wallpapers. If you’re looking for more backgrounds then feel free to browse around. Each of our wallpapers can fit almost any device, no matter if you’re running an Android phone, iPhone, tablet or PC. Here’s a list of what screen resolutions we support along with popular devices that support them: 1920x1080 Full HD, 1080p, 1366x768 HD, 1280x1024 5:4 Desktop Display, 1440x900 Widescreen 16:10, 1600x900 Widescreen 16:9, 720x1280 Android, Smartphone, Samsung Galaxy S3, 1080x1920 iPhone 6 Plus, 6S Plus, Samsung Galaxy S4, 640x1136 iPhone 5, 5S, SE, 480x854 Sony Xperia E3, Nokia Lumia 530, 630. If you’ve got wallpapers you’d like to share, feel free to send them in!
Windows 1. First, find the perfect wallpaper for your PC. 2.Just below the image, you’ll notice a
that says “Free Download.” Just below that text is your screen’s resolution (don’t worry, we calculated
that part for you.) 3.Click the button, and you’ll notice the image save to your browser. 4.Navigate to
that image on your computer (it will probably be in your “downloads” folder) 5.Right-click the image in
the folder and click “Set as desktop background.” 6.Enjoy your new wallpaper!
Mac 1. Download your favourite wallpaper clicking on the blue download button below the wallpaper. 2. In this order, click Apple Menu > System Preferences > Desktop & Screen Saver > Desktop 3. Now find the image you want to use. Here you’ll want to select your own, so you’ll select the location your new image downloaded. 4. Click on the photo. 5. Exit back to your desktop and see what it looks like!
iPhone/iPad 1. Find an image you like on wallpapertag.com and click on the blue download button below an image. 2. Tap on an image and hold on a few seconds. Choose “save image” from the list below. 3. Navigate to the “Photos” app and find the image you want as your background. 5. Use the share button (the one that looks like a box with an arrow coming out of it). 6. Select the “Use as a Wallpaper” button 7. Here you can arrange the picture how you want it, then tap “set.” 8. Next you can select whether you want this image to be set as the background of your lock screen, home screen or both. 9. Navigate back to your home screen and take a look at your new wallpaper.
Android 1. Search for a wallpaper you like on wallpapertag.com and download it clicking on the blue download button below the wallpaper. 2. Open your gallery/photos app and click on the “download” folder. 3. The first image you see here should be the image you downloaded. 4. Click on the image and in the top right corner, click the menu button (three vertical dots). 5. In the drop down menu, click “Set as wallpaper.” 6. You’ll then be prompted to select whether you want to set the image as the background of your home screen, lock screen or both. 7. You’ll then be able to move the image to how you like. When you’re satisfied, press “set as wallpaper.” 8.Go back to your home screen and enjoy your new wallpaper!