Can I get an order of sci-fi animation from Justin Roiland? Hold the existential dread.
Hulu’s Solar Opposites, streaming all of its eight-episode first season today, has a lot in common with Rick and Morty. The animation style, the humans-meet-aliens comedic throughline, Roiland’s guttural voice acting — it’s all apparent within moments of the series’ first episode. For diehard fans of the Smith family multiverse, it’s the perfect accessory to accompany five new Rick and Morty episodes coming to Adult Swim this May.
A spectacular gem worthy of its own fanbase.
But it’s the ways Solar Opposites differs from its intergalactic predecessor that make it a spectacular gem worthy of its own fanbase.
Created by Roiland and former Rick and Morty writer Mike McMahan, Solar Opposites follows four aliens from the distant planet of Shlorp. When an asteroid destroys their home, adults Korvo (Roiland) and Terry (Thomas Middleditch) flee with