"Schrödinger's Wankerboy": Fairchild buys a can of pop from a vending machine, but when she opens it, Ivana Baiul begins speaking to her through “smartfluid” that spills out.  The fluid covers Caitlin’s body and rearranges her clothing into a skimpy costume as an aircraft flying overhead grabs h

Gen 13 (Volume 2) #67 is an issue of the series Gen 13 (Volume 2) with a cover date of September, 2001.

Synopsis for "Schrödinger's Wankerboy"

Fairchild buys a can of pop from a vending machine, but when she opens it, Ivana Baiul begins speaking to her through “smartfluid” that spills out.  The fluid covers Caitlin’s body and rearranges her clothing into a skimpy costume as an aircraft flying overhead grabs her with a cable and pulls her into the air.  Calling in Caitlin’s debt to her, Baiul is sending Fairchild to investigate the premature activation of a Gen-Active named Joshua Morales and his power to distort reality.  The aircraft drops Caitlin into Morales’s neighborhood where versions of him from different timelines are tearing up the street.  With Baiul monitoring her progress, Fairchild defeats them and makes her way to his house. Inside, more versions of Morales try to keep her from entering the bathroom.  When she opens the door, they all disappear as she sees Morales dead in the bathtub.  She and Ivana deduce that he slipped in the tub and hit his head on the wall, triggering his distortion powers.  With his death, the effects of his powers have faded.  Baiul claims Morales’s corpse and informs Caitlin this was the fourth time she has called in Caitlin’s debt.  She then erases Caitlin’s memory of the mission and places her back by the vending machine.

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