Batman (1966-1968) - Timeline

If we're gonna be consistent, then I guess I'd need to do this. Might make it new thread this time.

Earth-66
Batman S1-3
The Green Hornet S1
Legends of the Superheroes S1
Batman: The Movie
Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders
Batman vs. Two-Face

Earth-76
Wonder Woman S1-3

Earth-66 (Comic Multiverse)
Batman S1-3
The Green Hornet S1
Wonder Woman S1-3
Legends of the Superheroes S1
Batman: The Movie
*Comic Book Tie-Ins*
 
Oi, I just read this:

Even though you won't include it, can we discuss the canonicity? I mean most are literal character cameos, so it must be canon, right?
Earth-66
  • Batman Season 1-3
  • Legends of the Superheroes Season 1
  • The Green Hornet Season 1
  • The Spirit #1-631 (?)
  • The Steve Allen ShowSeason 1-6
    • (Several Shows connected to The Steve Allen Show)
  • The Felony Squad Season 1-3
  • Judd, for the Defense Season 1-2
  • Hogan's Heroes Season 1-6
  • The Addams Family Season 1-2
  • The Monkees Season 1-2
  • (Lost in Space Season 1-3)
  • The Man from U.N.C.L.E. Season 1-4
  • The Girl from U.N.C.L.E. Season 1
  • Please Don't Eat the Daisies Season 1-2
  • Get Smart Season 1-5
  • The Avengers Season 1-6
  • The New Avengers Season 1-2

Earth-76
  • Wonder Woman Season 1-3
  • The Bionic Woman Season 1-3
  • The Bionic Woman: Season Four #1-4
  • The Six Million Dollar Man Season 1-5

Adventures of Superman Universe
  • Adventures of Superman Season 1-6
 
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The timeline for it doesn't match. Lost in Space begins in 1997. Hogan's Heroes is set in the 1940s.
Yeah, but what bout the others? Besides, the Lost on Space cameo is before the series Events. Hogan I accept, because i dont think that min. 21 years later the character haven't aged
 
Lost in Space has them going to space in the 1960s when they're supposed to do it in the 1990s.

I'd forget about the window cameos if we're going in that direction. They're just joke variants in my opinion.

Now... James Bond directly crossed over with The Man from U.N.C.L.E., so you could technically say the 1962-2002 James Bond films are set in Earth-66.
 
Earth-66
  • Batman Season 1-3
  • Legends of the Superheroes Season 1
  • The Green Hornet Season 1
  • The Man from U.N.C.L.E. Season 1-4
  • The Girl from U.N.C.L.E. Season 1
  • Please Don't Eat the Daisies Season 1-2
  • Get Smart Season 1-5
  • The Avengers Season 1-6
  • The New Avengers Season 1-2
  • James Bond film series 1-20

Earth-76
  • Wonder Woman Season 1-3
  • The Bionic Woman Season 1-3
  • The Six Million Dollar Man Season 1-5
Earth-66 is literally just the Spy-Verse in that view, lol.
 
Earth-66
  • Batman Season 1-3
  • Legends of the Superheroes Season 1
  • The Green Hornet Season 1
  • The Man from U.N.C.L.E. Season 1-4
  • The Girl from U.N.C.L.E. Season 1
  • Please Don't Eat the Daisies Season 1-2
  • Get Smart Season 1-5
  • The Avengers Season 1-6
  • The New Avengers Season 1-2
  • James Bond film series 1-20

Earth-76
  • Wonder Woman Season 1-3
  • The Bionic Woman Season 1-3
  • The Six Million Dollar Man Season 1-5
Earth-66 is literally just the Spy-Verse in that view, lol.
I think The Monkees should be in it aswell, because Penguin from Earth-66 appeared in that show
 
Yeah but this is soooo not canon
A secret agent played by George Lazenby called JB who drives an Aston Martin, wears a white tux, is "just like her majesty's secret service", and has a take on James Bond's theme. Additionally, The Man From U.N.C.L.E. was produced by MGM while MGM distributed the James Bond film series. The scene also only works if you understand that the cameo IS James Bond.

Personally, I think it's more canon than the window cameos. Because of the nature of it, it's not beyond questionable though.
 
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Lazenby made 3 appearances as "James Bond" and Return of the Man from U.N.C.L.E. is the only one which I believe is supposed to be serious, canon or not. It doesn't work as a scene without the understanding that Bond is coming to save the protagonists. Just some random agent would be a bit unsatisfying. If you asked the people behind the film, I'm sure they'd tell you that it was Bond.

At the very least, I would say James Bond exists in The Man From U.N.C.L.E. Universe.
 
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