Schrodinger's Cat, which debuted at the 2009
MoCCA Art Festival, is an artisanal comic presented in origami form (in this case, the "Fortune Teller" that you
may remember from childhood) so that readers must physically manipulate and unfold the work in order to read
the story and learn the cat's fate.
Schrodinger's Cat presents my (hopefully
humorous and interesting) musings on theoretical physicist Erwin Schrodinger's famous thought experiment in ways that are
uniquely appropriate to comics.
If you'd like to read what some reviewers have said about Schrodinger's
Cat, you'll find some nice links in the News section of this website.
By special request, here is a quick KEY to the comicbook multiverse references
in my Schrodinger's Cat origami comic:
- Earth-1: unknown
- Earth-2 (DC): home universe of the Justice Society
- Earth-3 (DC): home universe of the Crime Syndicate
- Earth-5 (DC): home universe of the Marvel (Shazam) Family
- Earth-11 (DC): reverse gender universe
- Earth-18 (DC): home of the Justice League of the Old West
- Earth-98 (Marvel): also known as Earth-1961
- Earth-616 (Marvel): baseline Marvelverse
- Earth-1122 (Marvel): home universe of May Parker (Spider-Girl)
- Earth-1218 (Marvel): also known as "The Real World"
- Earth-2149 (Marvel): also known as the Marvel Zombieverse
- Earth-2301 (Marvel): also known as the Marvel Mangaverse
- Earth-8591 (Marvel): Kulan Gath's Hyborian Marvelverse
- Earth-20152 (Marvel): home universe of KISS superheroes
- Earth-21989 (Marvel): also known as the Marvel Babyverse