Rick and Morty isn't shy about spending its time on its main characters, but plenty of other regulars creep into the story from time to time. Of course, one of these is Jessica as the girl happens to be Morty's unrepentant crush. While Jessica hasn't been able to travel the galaxy with Morty as of yet, she has played a pivotal part in his adolescence along with Rick. And thanks to one creative Rick and Morty cosplayer, Jessica has been brought to real life for an adventure of her own.
In fact, although she did not get much actual time in the episode we learned a lot about how Jessica operates during the fourth season's premiere. This episode saw Morty use a Death Crystal to get to a point in the future where he dies beside an older Jessica (who for some reason dresses the same way), but it was all just Jessica wanting to help older people pass on peacefully.
It was the hilariously dark kind of humor Rick and Morty is known for, and it's why each time we see Jessica she's been shown in a different way. Now one artist has found yet another new way to show Jessica love through cosplay! Artist @gaera_cosplay (who you can find more work from on Instagram here) brought Jessica to life in an adorable new way, and you can check it out below:
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More involvement from Jessica is already being teased for the fifth season of the series as well. While Rick and Morty has yet to confirm a release date or window for the fifth season of the series, Adult Swim has already confirmed these new episodes are in the works. The very first look at the new season featured a conversation between Morty and Jessica teasing some kind of future date, so we'll see more soon!
Where does Jessica rank among your favorite characters in Rick and Morty? Do you think she gets enough of a character during her moments in the fan favorite Adult Swim series? Does Morty have a future with Jessica? Let us know your thoughts in the comments or you can even reach out to me directly about all things animated and other cool stuff @Valdezology on Twitter!