Morty Costume

Morty Costume

You need the following items for your Morty from Rick And Morty Halloween costume:

  1. Yellow Crewneck Tee
  2. Morty Mask
  3. Navy Blue Casual Pants

How To Dress Like Morty From Rick And Morty

Morty Smith Halloween Costume

Dress like Morty from Rick and  Morty;

Morty Outfit: Morty's standard outfit consists of a yellow t-shirt, blue pants, and white sneakers.

Morty Mask: Morty has a unique face, and as his outfit is pretty standard for real life it may be very difficult for other people to guess who you are cosplaying. You may want to get a mask of Morty to help your friends guess easier.

Morty Accessories: To complete your Morty Halloween costume don't forget the laser gun and white socks.

Morty Cosplay

Morty Smith Cosplay

Morty Smith is one of the main characters of the same name in Rick and Morty.
He is Rick's grandson and is often forced to go through his various misadventures. Morty attends Harry Herpson High School with his sister Summer. At the beginning of the series, Morty was shown as an incredibly fearful and submissive teenager. But after many so-called adventures with Rick, Morty is apparently more self-confident and a person of his own, independent of Rick and not just a buddy.

Morty Halloween Costume

Morty is a teenager. He has short brown hair that he wears straight and neatly combed around his head. Morty's head is round, roughly the shape and size of a circle, unlike many of the other characters in the series. He also has no visible neck. He usually wears a yellow shirt, blue pants, and white shoes.

Morty also has a pronounced stutter and his voice keeps breaking from the effects of puberty. However, as the series progresses, Morty's stuttering seems to be less common.

Morty is a young, good-natured, and impressionable boy who is easy to manipulate. He has been described as "challenged" and has difficulties in school. He also has a pronounced stutter. Despite his apparent lack of intellect, Morty has proven to be a good listener and is good at following instructions. These qualities make it the perfect sidekick for Rick. He's interested in Jessica, a student in his math class. Like many boys his age, he spends a lot of time masturbating.

Morty may act spineless at times, but he has shown courage and quick-wittedness in the face of adversity, such as directing the extraction efforts from Anatomy Park and using a pair of grappling boots to escape the guards at Intergalactic Customs. Morty is also responsible for his age and refuses to kill an alien child in the episode "Raising Gazorpazorp".

While Rick, Beth, and Jerry have voiced their belief that Morty was unintelligent, there is substantial evidence to the contrary. When the group in Anatomy Park was attacked by gonorrhea, he had the idea to use the gas that had built up in the body to fight the disease. He can grasp complex concepts like the multiverse of infinite realities when Rick explains them to him, and quickly notices Rick's hypocrisy regarding the morality of his microverse in "The Ricks Must Be Crazy". His hidden intelligence continues to be beneficial in Season 2 as well. It's impressive that Morty Fart, a mind-reading being, can distract him by asking him to sing. This gives Morty time to kill him with an antimatter pistol, which clearly surprises the telepathic being. In "Total Rickall" Morty first realizes that the alien parasites can only create positive memories. He was also able to find the Tree People in Teenyverse, join their group, learn their language and culture, and work his way up the ranks until he could command them all from their perspective, Rick One said for a few months. In "Vindicators 3: The Return of Worldender" Morty showed that he knew his way around high-tech technology, he decided to defuse a neutrino bomb that could destroy an entire planet and got along perfectly with it, but Rick helped him any way they defuse the end. Most likely he was taught that by Rick or himself. Still, he thinks badly of his own intelligence and calls Jerry and himself "idiots" when Scroopy Noopers questions the smarts of the Smith family in "Something Ricked This Way Comes". This is likely due to its suggestive nature; Since Rick and his parents tell Morty that he is stupid and does not do well in school, he has a low opinion of himself.

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