Yep, which suggests that the two films should probably be as close to Superman Returns as realistically possible.Martha Kent died in Superman III, so that and Superman IV: The Quest for Peace can't be considered canon. Maybe in an alternate timeline, but the not current one with Superman Returns.
The multiverse works in mysterious ways. Ray probably has a mix of relatives who look like the House of El from different universes, but human. Sandy Palmer is probably Lora-Lor-Van in another universe.I don't know. Melissa Benoist looks nothing like a young Helen Slater, but then again Helen Slater has appeared on the Supergirl show. So who knows?
Or he's just Dick Grayson, retired.Technically, Robin should be Nightwing in Crisis.
To be fair, 2019 is a long time in the future for when his late appearance was. We don't even know what his role will be, it might not even he related to the 66 version, those it most likely will be.The synopsis for this issue has not yet been written. Featured Characters: Batman (Flashback and main story), Nightwing (First appearance as Nightwing) (Flashback and main story), Wonder Womandc.fandom.com
Okay, I think you're overthinking that, dude.note on Superfriends: probably non-canon, cause Wonder Woman talked about starting a league of their own, and Dick is still Robin in Superfriends. Pahaps he became Robin again after, for some reason?
If that's the case, apparently a Scooby Doo show is canon.
This just seems to absurd...
The series was loosely based on Hanna-Barbera's Super Friends animated series, then airing on Saturday mornings on ABC; but served as a reunion of sorts for the 1960s' Batman TV series, as it brings back together three of its stars reprising their respective roles.Okay, I think you're overthinking that, dude.
Legends of the Superheroes has nothing do with Superfriends. One's a cartoon, the other is live-action. No Scooby Doo in Legends of the Superheroes, so I don't give it a second thought.
Well, look at this way: Would you consider Avengers Assemble canon with the MCU's Avengers? Or the Transformers live-action films canon with the cartoons?The series was loosely based on Hanna-Barbera's Super Friends animated series, then airing on Saturday mornings on ABC; but served as a reunion of sorts for the 1960s' Batman TV series, as it brings back together three of its stars reprising their respective roles.
Got ya. It's probably canon.