DC Cinematic Multiverse - Viewing/Reading Order

Dok95

Well-Known Member
Joined
Mar 11, 2019
Messages
135
Location
France
In my timeline it is (for now):
Black Lightning S3 10-12
Arrow S8 9-10
The Flash S6 10
Legends of Tomorrow S5 2-3
Batwoman S1 10-11
Supergirl S5 10-11

But it's simplified and still in the works.
But Pro Bot said that The Flash episode takes place before Arrow finale?
 
Last edited:

moonholls

Well-Known Member
Joined
Dec 15, 2019
Messages
50
Why is Batman '66 meets Wonder Woman '77 placed before Batman when it takes place in 1977
 

Pro Bot

Well-Known Member
Joined
Aug 30, 2018
Messages
1,475
Why is Batman '66 meets Wonder Woman '77 placed before Batman when it takes place in 1977
It takes place in 1966 and 1977. It's set in Earth-76, too, so no continuity in Batman (1966) affects it's placement.

Edit: nevermind, I must have made a mistake. Thank you.
 
Last edited:

moonholls

Well-Known Member
Joined
Dec 15, 2019
Messages
50
It takes place in 1966 and 1977. It's set in Earth-76, too, so no continuity in Batman (1966) affects it's placement.

Edit: nevermind, I must have made a mistake. Thank you.
What from Earth-66 also takes place on Earth-76?

Edit: Or is it just like Doom Patrol and Titans were Doom Patrol are both on Earth-9 and 21 but the show only takes place on Earth-21?
 
Last edited:

Pro Bot

Well-Known Member
Joined
Aug 30, 2018
Messages
1,475
What from Earth-66 also takes place on Earth-76?

Edit: Or is it just like Doom Patrol and Titans were Doom Patrol are both on Earth-9 and 21 but the show only takes place on Earth-21?
Batman exists on Earth-76, and elements of the show canon happened before 1966.
 

Pro Bot

Well-Known Member
Joined
Aug 30, 2018
Messages
1,475

12:10

I mean, it's not the most official confirmation, but it's apart of the official DC channel and they acknowledge the easter egg as an actual link, even if it's only an individual I'm counting it.

It seems quite reasonable to assume anyway.
 

selfishmisery

Well-Known Member
Joined
Aug 1, 2014
Messages
1,004

12:10

I mean, it's not the most official confirmation, but it's apart of the official DC channel and they acknowledge the easter egg as an actual link, even if it's only an individual I'm counting it.

It seems quite reasonable to assume anyway.
So Catwoman and the Schumacher films are part of Earth-89?

I mean, DC didn't cut him saying that in the video (like they would with false/unsolicitated information) so it has to be official.
 

Pro Bot

Well-Known Member
Joined
Aug 30, 2018
Messages
1,475
So Catwoman and the Schumacher films are part of Earth-89?

I mean, DC didn't cut him saying that in the video (like they would with false/unsolicitated information) so it has to be official.
Schumacher was already confirmed, but reaffirming that isn't bad at all.

It just makes sense. Not because they're all terrible movies, only Batman & Robin has that in common with Catwoman, but the lore of Batman Returns feels like it's expanded upon in the Catwoman movie.

The origin and the photo works too well to be an Easter Egg. They must have wanted to tie into the Batman Anthology at the time.

Why else would they have created a new character to be Catwoman unless Selina Kyle already existed?

Why else would they have Catwoman die like Selina Kyle looked like she had (because originally she didn't die before this movie may have retconed it) before gained cat powers?

Why would Patience Phillips act like a cat like Selina Kyle did in Batman Returns?

Why would Selina Kyle from Batman Returns be considered a previous Catwoman in the continuity of the film?

It feels too coincidental. This video just tops it off giving a level of officiality to what essentially boils down to a perfect easter egg.

Unlike ET and Star Wars, for example, which is too separate with a glaring contradiction, it just works.
 

Rman

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jun 9, 2019
Messages
134
Now if only Earth-89, Earth-90 and Earth-96 could merge somehow we could have a new live-action Earth-22 and a Kingdom Come mini-series (via HBO Max) with Brandon Routh's Supes and Michael Keaton's Batman; with a Wally Wast carrying on the legacy of John Wesley Shipp's Flash.

EDIT: Throw in Shaq's Steel too. Steel was in Kingdom Come too.
That sounds like an awful lot of wishful thinking.
 

selfishmisery

Well-Known Member
Joined
Aug 1, 2014
Messages
1,004
Hi, Stargirl takes place before the other shows?
I'm working on the timeline for the first episode now. It starts on a Thursday and the episode ends on a late Friday night.
Supposedly the season starts out in October 2019 so I know exactly where to put it.
 

Dok95

Well-Known Member
Joined
Mar 11, 2019
Messages
135
Location
France
I'm working on the timeline for the first episode now. It starts on a Thursday and the episode ends on a late Friday night.
Supposedly the season starts out in October 2019 so I know exactly where to put it.
Nice, I have to watch all the post-hiatus episodes, so I'll follow the timelines here on the website. :cool:
Thanks for the timelines, as usual!
 

Pro Bot

Well-Known Member
Joined
Aug 30, 2018
Messages
1,475
Now that the Snyder Cut is confirmed, we'll see Darkseid. Because of Crisis, he is the same character as Darkseid from Smallville, so even though he'll look a little different, he has the memory of those events. It won't affect the story, but it's a canonical detail nonetheless.

I feel that Infinity War/Endgame hype again...
 
Last edited:

Dok95

Well-Known Member
Joined
Mar 11, 2019
Messages
135
Location
France
I'm working on the timeline for the first episode now. It starts on a Thursday and the episode ends on a late Friday night.
Supposedly the season starts out in October 2019 so I know exactly where to put it.
Just to be sure, there was a Stargirl scene seen in Part 5 of the crossover with the monologue of Oliver, when we can see Earth-2 and some Stargirl characters) and I have a question about it: this scene takes place some times after Stargirl's first episodes?

If it is the case, this scenes takes place how long after Stargirl's episodes?
 

Pro Bot

Well-Known Member
Joined
Aug 30, 2018
Messages
1,475
Just to be sure, there was a Stargirl scene seen in Part 5 of the crossover with the monologue of Oliver, when we can see Earth-2 and some Stargirl characters) and I have a question about it: this scene takes place some times after Stargirl's first episodes?

If it is the case, this scenes takes place how long after Stargirl's episodes?
It does. I'm taking the montage in that episode as flashforwards/backwards in the multiverse to explain how Swamp Thing is in March and Crisis is in January. We don't really know, but Stargirl starts in October and Crisis ends in January.
 

Darth Synap

New Member
Joined
Jun 23, 2020
Messages
2
Are you adding the last episodes from the Arrowverse CW Shows to your timeline? Thanks for the work!
 
Last edited:

Pro Bot

Well-Known Member
Joined
Aug 30, 2018
Messages
1,475
Oh, and Michael Keaton's Batman is apparently going to appear in the DC Extended Universe.

From what I've gathered, it's most likely through the multiverse, probably an Earth like Earth-89 without the non-Keaton sequels, and he will be brought into the DC Extended Universe in a Nick Fury type role. I'm treating it like a continuation that won't reference story details of the Schumacher films for simplicity's sake, at least until they decide to make sure that there is no way they could possibly both have happened.

I wonder if the film will add more universes to this multiverse.
 
Last edited:

Latest posts

Top