- By shabbir On December 21, 2010 at 1:45 am -

Now time for a bit of fun thanks to Origami comics and Ken Wong. Ken has put a smile on my face and brings back memories of my childhood.

Schrödinger’s Cat is created using a fortune teller shape. I really like the idea of use of Schrödinger’s thought experiment as the subject. What was a surprise were all the different famous cats Ken has used, see if you can name them all. It’s black and white and the art is clean n crisp.

Flexagon! is Sc-fi based tale which uses a flexagon shape in order to tell the story. The flexagon has to be flexed and flipped in order to tell the story. This story is in colour making it nice n bright and the art is not as detailed as the other Origami comics but it’s a lot smaller in size too.

Pandora’s Box we get a flat sheet of card which when folded using the instructions on the card you create a box. The box inside and outside is covered in the story of Greek Myth Pandora’s Box. The art style Ken used suits the Geek theme perfect, I really liked the facial expressions Ken used.

2D4 is a small pyramid shape comic, black and white art bit small but interesting.

I have had a lot fun with all of these Origami comics, I think anyone will. Fun, inexpensive and suitable for all age’s even big kids

8.5/10                                                                                                                                                            k-wong.com


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