comScore
The Mary Sue

Posts by Vrai Kaiser

Rick and Morty Season Finale “The Rickchurian Mortydate” Is a Bit of a Letdown After a Strong Season

Despite an incredibly strong season overall, the finale fails to tie the season's thematic threads together.

Read More

“ABCs of Beth” Is One of Rick and Morty’s Most Thematically Developed Episodes This Season

We’re severely overdue for an episode focusing on Beth, and while a single episode can’t fill that void it makes a pretty good start of it.

Read More

Neo Yokio’s Camp Is Hard to Enjoy Through the Transphobia

Also the classism. And the lowkey misogyny. And...

The series revolves around Kaz Kaan, an exorcist and member of the “neo riche,” as he battles very relatable concerns like purchasing a tuxedo that’s slightly the wrong shade and having to clear out a dead relative’s house in the Hamptons. Some have defended the series as satire, some have embraced it as camp, and some have settled in to watch the garbage fire secondhand.

Read More

Rick and Morty Recap: “Morty’s Mind Blowers”

Uneven, as anthology episodes always are, but viciously pointed in its best moments.

Read More

Rick and Morty Recap: “The Ricklantis Mixup”

A normal, self-contained adventure with no major plot developments.

Read More

Rick and Morty Recap: Rest and Ricklaxation

In which the show magically makes its characters "healthy," and it turns out to be a terrible idea.

Read More

Rick and Morty Recap: The Whirly Dirly Conspiracy

The show continues strengthening its character continuity and poking at how these characters might work on being slightly less terrible people. Now with more Jerry.

Read More

Rick and Morty Recap: Vindicators 3: The Return of Worldender

This week continues in the vein of “Have we reminded you Rick is terrible, actually” episodes; while it’s a slight quality dip from the preceding three, it nonetheless manages to land some well-executed hits.

Read More

Rick and Morty Recap: Pickle Rick

An excellent variation on a theme brings Beth's issues into (impending) central focus.

Read More

Rick & Morty: Rickmancing the Stone

It's only two episodes in, but season 3 is already going from strength to strength.

Read More

Interview: Gravity Falls’ Alex Hirsch Talks About Disney’s Censors, Pacifica’s Parents, and Future Plans

I finished my rewatch-and-review of Gravity Falls a few weeks ago, a project over a year in the making. To my shock and delight, the show's creator Alex Hirsch himself reached out with compliments, and even offered to give an interview! The results are here before you. Read on to hear about Gravity Falls merch, post-canon Pacifica, and a statement on what exactly happened with the censorship of “The Love God.”

Read More

Gravity Falls Rewatch: Series Finale, “Weirdmageddon” Part 3

Farewell, Gravity Falls. I miss it all over again.

Read More

Gravity Falls Rewatch: Weirdmageddon Part 2

Escape from Reality.

These kids are gonna be alright.

Read More

Steven Universe Recap: Wanted

A four-part premiere that knows exactly how to set the table for the new season.

Read More

Gravity Falls Rewatch: Weirdmageddon Part 1

The beginning of the end came out looking pretty stylish.

Read More

Steven Universe Recap: Are You My Dad/I Am My Mom

YUP we're going back to space and it's a bad time. A baaaaaaaad time.

Read More

Steven Universe Recap: The Good Lars

Hey, they finally made Lars likable. Huh. Stranger things.

Read More

Steven Universe Recap: Doug Out

Makes sense to have Crispin Freeman playing Connie's dad. He was certainly the voice of MY nerdy childhood.

Read More

Steven Universe Recap: Lion 4: Alternate Ending

The season 4 finale bomb is on!

Read More

Gravity Falls Rewatch: Dipper and Mabel vs. the Future

If Ford projected any harder, he could be used to screen films.

Read More

© 2017 The Mary Sue, LLC | About Us | Advertise | Subscription FAQ | Privacy | User Agreement | Disclaimer | Contact | RSS RSS
Dan Abrams, Founder

  1. Mediaite
  2. The Mary Sue
  3. RunwayRiot
  4. LawNewz
  5. Gossip Cop