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Schrodinger's Heroes: Alter!Morgan - The Wordsmith's Forge
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Schrodinger's Heroes: Alter!Morgan
Schrodinger's Heroes  is an apocryphal television show about quantum physics and keeping the Earth safe from alternate dimensions.  If you're not familiar with it, you can browse the menu page.  The following images may make more sense if you have read the descriptions for Melannen's characters and my characters.  LOL_Heroes is a branch of LOL picspam inspired by Schrodinger's Heroes.

Morgan is a human woman of mixed Hawai'ian, Japanese, and American descent.  She has straight black hair and tinted skin.  (Note: In series canon, the actress who played Morgan died tragically in a car accident, and was replaced by the actor who played male!Morgan in "Snips and Snails." This transposition gets addressed onscreen in "A Door in the Wind.")  Morgan is an astronomer brought in by Alex to help identify alternate dimensions via star mapping.  Sometimes Morgan gets turned into a cat, or is a cat in other dimensions.  Alter!Morgan is a calico, usually with short fur. Full-size images are in the Alter Morgan gallery of my LJ scrapbook.




























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fayanora From: fayanora Date: November 17th, 2011 11:19 pm (UTC) (Link)
(Note: In series canon, the actress who played Morgan died tragically in a car accident, and was replaced by the actor who played male!Morgan in "Snips and Snails." This transposition gets addressed onscreen in "A Door in the Wind.")

Nice touch! That would be interesting to see on a real TV show. I bet it'd be controversial. (Of course, the whole series would be controversial, and you'd probably only get away with it by having it be on the BBC.)
ysabetwordsmith From: ysabetwordsmith Date: November 17th, 2011 11:27 pm (UTC) (Link)

Yes...

>> That would be interesting to see on a real TV show. I bet it'd be controversial.<<

I was thinking about several shows where a character's actor got replaced partway through with no explanation, and thought this series would be a good opportunity to do something more sensible and exciting with the concept.

>> (Of course, the whole series would be controversial, and you'd probably only get away with it by having it be on the BBC.) <<

That's basically why I skipped the idea of scripting it for television, and just went straight to the Internet. I figure if it ever becomes wildly popular, it can be crowdfunded and done right. Hollywood could sneeze on this series and ruin it. I won't have that.
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