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Meet Crusty Menace Lobstercules in an Exclusive Sneak Peek of The Tick

The Terror's reign may be over, but a muscly crustacean now stalks the City. Bisque's on! And Tick and Arthur are gonna stir it up.

by | March 28, 2019 | Comments


After saving the City from the reign of The Terror last season, Tick (Peter Serafinowicz) and Arthur (Griffin Newman) are now free to kick some new villain butt. That tail, in this case, belongs to a dastardly crustacean named Lobstercules. The do-gooding duo encounter the crusty fiend during a bank deposit gone very, very wrong in season 2 of The Tick.

About the new season:

Tick and Arthur must now defend the City from new villains and old enemies —that is, if they can convince AEGIS, the government agency in charge of superhero regulation, that they deserve the job. But now that the City is “safe enough to protect,” Tick and Arthur begin to see they’ve got competition.

Meanwhile, vigilante Overkill (Scott Speiser) is struggling to adjust to the “no killing” policy Tick ordered, and Arthur’s sister Dot (Valorie Curry) begins to embrace the realities of the world around her. Ms. Lint (Yara Martinez) returns with an eye on creating a new image for herself, and Superian (Brendan Hines) learns what happens when a superhero is not always perfect. And, through it all, Dangerboat (voiced by Alan Tudyk) tries to keep the team safe — while continuing to harbor strong feelings for someone special.

The Tick season 2 premieres Friday, April 5 on Amazon Prime Video

The Tick: Season 2 (2019)
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Adjusted Score: 95.317%
Critics Consensus: As funny and fun as the first outing, The Tick's sophomore season leans into the strengths of its secondary characters and is all the better for it.
Synopsis: In its second season, Tick and Arthur have freed the City from The Terror -- now they must defend it... [More]


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