- Aug 30, 2018
Can we stop calling Batman & Harley Quinn and Justice League vs The Fatal Five dubious canon?
The Adam West Batman was already shown in the Brave and the Bold and that was before the two animated movies were created. So I either assume it is the same universe or in the most exclusive case, that the live-action show + the two animated movies + the animated crossovers happened in the animated counterpart and the live-action show + animated movies + live-action crossovers happened in the live-action multiverse counterpartI see Adam West's Batman.
I guess that makes the two Batman 66 animated films canon to the animated multiverse and not the actual live-action show?
That's what I Say everywhere, It makes everything more simple. And logical.Honestly, I don't find the explanation that "some universes can be in two different multiverses" so complicated, if anything I find it implausible because we don't have a precedent of it being shown in a story.
Probably, although something interesting is that in The Lego Movie, The Lego Batman Movie and Lego Dimensions there is nearly everything Lego crossing over but there is a suspicious absence of Lego Star Wars, Indiana Jones and Marvel, so, technically for the moment the Disney owned Lego Universes haven't connected with the Warner owned onesI wonder if Marvel Earth-13122 intersects with the LEGO Multiverse?
I think it's pretty obvious it's The Batman. I consider that series a prequel to Teen Titans 03 personally and it works out quite well. The only potential issue is Killer Moth, but just like there are two Clayfaces, there can be two Killer Moths.So...
The Batman from "The Batman" (2004 series) looks like this:
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And the one from the "Teen Titans Go!" (The comic set in the same universe as the 2003 TV Show, not the TV Show reboot from 2013) comic looks like this:
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What makes people theorice they are the same universe, but I would like to point out that the following Batmen also look like they could be him:
Beware the Batman:
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Justice League Action:
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And Young Justice (Specially this one, look at his lips compared to the one to the comic):
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But all of the others that are not "The Batman" were created IRL after the "Teen Titans Go!" comic run ended, so obviously in any case the first theory makes more sense, but I just wanted to point out that some Batmen look similar. Besides, I am 95% certain that the real world explanation to this is that the artist needed to draw Batman and haven't never drawn him in the Teen Titans artstyle (obviously, since this is his first and only appearance in TT (2003) media), just googled "Teen Titans Show Batman" and got a fan edit of the Batman from "The Batman" with the Teen Titans from "Teen Titans", thought this was the Teen Titans' Batman and call it a day