close menu

Join the Vindicators with Our RICK AND MORTY T-Shirt Giveaway!

The Vindibeacon is lighting up, and who are we to ignore a literal call to adventure? This week’s Rick and Morty episode debuted the Vindicators, a more badass version of the Avengers…or possibly the Guardians of the Galaxy. They’re kind of a mishmash, really. While the episode was called “Vindicators 3: The Return of Worldender,” this is the very first time that we ever met Supernova, Alan Rails, Crocubot, Million Ants, and their very Star-Lord like leader, Maximus Renegade Starsoldier. Together with Morty Smith and (very reluctantly) Rick Sanchez, they are the Vindicators!

While it probably would’t be a good idea to actually join the Vindicators, wearing the Vindicators’ logo on a T-shirt is the next best thing! Also, it’s 100% less fatal!

To celebrate Rick and Morty‘s epic third season, we’re joining forces with Spencers to give away 10 t-shirts every Monday that capture the essence of each individual episode. Last week, it was Pickle Rick’s time to shine, and the week before that, Mad Morty was on a rampage. This week’s shirt is a bit more subtle with its Rick and Morty-ness, but it’s still a pretty sharp design that we’d be proud to own.

This shirt can be yours for free, and all you have to do to enter our weekly giveaway is to click here and tweet. But you don’t have to win our contest or even fight Worldender to walk away with a Vindicators T-shirt of your own. Spencers has an extensive collection of Rick and Morty merchandise, which you can buy here!

What do you think about the latest Rick and Morty T-shirt? Let us know in the comment section below!

Images: Adult Swim

How BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER Depicted One Of TV's First Lesbian Relationships

How BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER Depicted One Of TV's First Lesbian Relationships

article
Fritz Lang: The Silent Films (Blu-ray Review)

Fritz Lang: The Silent Films (Blu-ray Review)

article
The 25 Best Space Capes in Film and TV History

The 25 Best Space Capes in Film and TV History

article