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[[caption-width-right:242:two of the strip’s many, ''many'' colourful characters]]

-->'''Thief:''' I think the pizza wants me to murder?\\
'''Bryn:''' I do not understand the appeal of pizza.

''Scenes From A Multiverse'' is a gag-per-day webcomic written and drawn by Jon Rosenberg (creator of ''WebComic/{{Goats}})'' and updated every Monday-Wednesday-Friday. As the name would imply, it consists of random sketches taking place across a vast and varied (and seemingly infinite) collection of universes. Since the setting and the cast change every day, this comic technically has one of the largest and mind-bogglingly diverse casts of characters of any work. Although this means the work as a whole has no overarching plot, particularly popular locales and characters (most notably the “[[DungeonCrawling Dungeon Divers]]”) get revisited and develop their own storylines.

Content can be as wildly distinct as the locations themselves, ranging from sociopolitical commentary ([[http://amultiverse.com/comic/2016/02/17/the-tantrum/ this one]] reduces the United States Supreme Court nomination process to two kids fighting over a TV) to [[AffectionateParody affectionate parodies]] of [=movies/TV/video=] games the author likes to [[http://amultiverse.com/comic/2014/12/31/this-year/ utter nonsense]], or the blood-soaked antics of [[http://amultiverse.com/comic/2015/01/09/welfare-state/ Cornelius Snarlington]], [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Business Deer]].

''SFAM''’s website can be found [[http://amultiverse.com here]], and you can read all comics from the beginning [[http://amultiverse.com/comic/2010/06/14/parenthood/ here]].

(Not to be confused with TheMultiverse.)
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!!Tropes:
* AudienceParticipation: There used to be a weekly poll allowing viewers to determine which dimension would get revisited.
* AuthorAppeal: The Franchise/StarTrek-related comics that pop up once every so often.
* AuthorAvatar: Either Jon himself or some thinly-veiled version of him will pop up fairly frequently, either to put himself into a ''Franchise/StarTrek'' [[http://amultiverse.com/comic/2015/11/06/star-trek-rosenberg/ parody]] or [[http://amultiverse.com/comic/2015/11/20/war-never-changes/ make a pseudo-philosophical statement]].
* AuthorTract: Internet {{troll}}s, [[TheFundamentalist fundamentalists]] and Creator/DonaldTrump all end up on the receiving end of Rosenberg’s pen, but it’s usually done so cleverly you won’t mind. After all, SomeAnvilsNeedToBeDropped.
* BunniesForCuteness: The whole point of the Bunnies Planet in the Zones of Adorable.
* CallARabbitASmeerp / ExpospeakGag: Crops up multiple times, especially [[http://amultiverse.com/comic/2010/06/22/have-you-seen-the-lungports-on-her/ here]]
* ConfusingMultipleNegatives: The punchline of [[http://amultiverse.com/comic/2010/06/18/the-worst-birthday-ever/ this comic]].
* DungeonBasedEconomy: {{Implied}} in the flashback where Eddie recruits the other Dungeon Divers.
* DungeonCrawling: The basis of the immensely popular Dungeon Divers storyline, ''SFAM’''s longest ongoing plot to date.
* FullyDressedCartoonAnimal: Both Cornelius and his arch rival Horace apply.
* GirlfriendInCanada: All but {{invoked}} in [[http://amultiverse.com/comic/2013/07/10/long-distance/ this comic]] by an {{Expy}} of [[Series/StarTrekVoyager Harry Kim]].
* InsultToRocks: Used [[http://amultiverse.com/comic/2016/02/24/the-persistence-of-trump/ here]] in reference to (who else) [[KickTheSonOfABitch Donald Trump]].
* LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters: An interesting example, in that most of the characters don’t even have names and only make a single appearance. But that aside, there’s still the Dungeons Divers (Eddie, Thief, Bront, Bryn), Sciencemaster Adler, Cornelius Snarlington, Horace Greenstein, Original God, Corn God, the Corn Pope, Duck Thompson, Good Hitler, Sam Greeley…
* TheMultiverse: Obviously.
* ParodyReligion: All hail the Corn God!
* TheSociopath: Cornelius Snarlington in spades.
* TeenyWeenie: Implied [[http://amultiverse.com/comic/2010/06/16/one-night-stand/ here]], provided you actually know what the [[ShownTheirWork Lorentz-Fitzgerald contraction]] is.
* WarForFunAndProfit: Discussed {{anvilicious}}ly [[http://amultiverse.com/comic/2010/06/29/the-price-of-glory/ here]]