Schrodinger is definitely a cat boy, and for good reason. He's based on the "Schrodinger's cat paradox
" reflected by this ability to ignore reality (immortality, teleportation). Basically if he thinks he's somewhere or thinks he's alive then he is, especially if nobody is looking at him.
due to copyright problems when geneon vanished, they're not being dubbed or released in the US at this time.
Not entirely, it's really just a matter of them not being licensed. Geneon still exists as a company in Japan and was one of the production companies involved in producing the series so the license is really theirs to do what they want with. Funimation picked up the distribution for the series, but doesn't seem to have licensed it outright. I think part of the problem with this getting a renewed license has to do with the voice acting. Fans of the dub aren't going to settle for a new cast, however the recording was done in California, while, for example, FUNi is located in Texas and only uses their in-house studio making flying in the cast extremely pricey.
This is probably also the reason why so many other titles that FUNi got from Geneon haven't had their sequels licensed (Hell Girl, Shana, Familiar of Zero, etc).