Since 2010 Jon Rosenberg has giving us a glimpse of a multiverse, his multiverse, possibly even our multiverse. A multiverse where you may run into sociopathic business deer, owl lawyers, dungeon divers, and corn gods. That’s just when you dip your toes in. Here’s a brief synopsis:
Scenes From A Multiverse is a daily comic by Jonathan Rosenberg (creator of Goats) about what it’s like to live in a multiverse. Each day, Monday through Friday, we’ll visit another location somewhere in an ordinary, everyday multiverse and see how folks there live and play.
What makes Scenes from A Multiverse shine is the lack of fear in the subjects. Rosenberg will take a subject that’s topical, political, or pop culture related and dig at it to its core. Then he creates satire that can be silly, smart, or both.
If there’s controversy in the news, you may see it satirized in his strip. If there’s a new great game, show, or movie out Rosenberg will find the humor in it and make a strip of it. If he just feels like referencing Dune or Star Trek that day no one is going to stop him from doing it.
All the while this is interwoven with a cast of characters that is in constant flux. The sheer amount of different worlds, creatures, religions, and names created for a great punchline showcase the vast amount of work Rosenberg puts into each strip.
Plus, an added bonus of being both friendly to readers and entertaining on Twitter.
All images are the creation and the intellectual property of Jon Rosenberg.