The End This Is.

From April 2012 to December 2022, this site was home to an active community who created stories based around author Tom Angleberger’s Origami Yoda book series. The site was founded by SuperFolders Jawa and JC, who originally named the site “Origami Yoda: The Expanded Universe.”, before rebranding in 2019 to SuperFolder Central. Jawa and JC didn’t run the site alone, however.

A group of moderators called “The Council” helped maintain and publish stories on the site. They included SuperFolders CJ, Peyton, Noah, Cammy, Jar Jar, and junior mods SuperFolders Hades and Guillermo. Without them, this site would’ve died unceremoniously long ago.

Readers and writers came and went throughout the years, most of which would just vanish from the community one day never to be seen again. However some left a monumental impact, like SuperFolder OscarU who created Origami Yoda: The Series, a live-action adaptation of the Origami Yoda series posted on YouTube; or SuperFolder JohnF who created a character named Jacob Minch that became so popular he actually appeared in an official entry of the Origami Yoda book series. Moderators Noah and Peyton created the Marvel and DC Origami Universes respectively, which kept the site alive for many years after the initial fanbase left. These stories have concluded however, and it is time for this site to become what it was always destined to be: An archive.

An archive to the achievement of not only the founders and creators of the site, but also the hundreds of SuperFolders, Readers, Writers, Doodlers, and more that have viewed this homepage throughout the last decade. A testament to how much imagination and creativity one person like Tom Angleberger can inspire. The memories of this site will live forever on the Internet, long after all involved with it are gone.

Whether you are visiting this site out of nostalgia or for the very first time,

Welcome, to SuperFolder Central.


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