- Aug 1, 2014
Welp. When it does come out, I'll remove the 120 minute version from the timeline lol
That's if it's canon. I think I remember Jason implying that Aquaman flows with it better, or something like that. Hopefully, if not I suppose you could do a separate timeline.Welp. When it does come out, I'll remove the 120 minute version from the timeline lol
Yep. In the season 11 comic run for Smallville, Darkseid himself said (paraphrasing) "There's only one of me in the entire multiverse".Technically, the DC Extended Universe Darkseid is the same character as the one that appeared in Smallville. Just a thought.
I'd assume that God (The Presence?) made the Old Gods who made humanity.Speaking of Wonder Woman, I need to break up the opening flashbacks between when Zeus created humanity and the Amazons and the War of the Gods. Obviously the
SteppenwolfApokolips invasion had to happen in between.
EDIT: Actually...can I just remove that and put the time stamps in real time except for the part where Ares fell to Earth? In a multiverse where the "one God" exists, the Zeus thing is most likely legend.
Catching up with Legends of Tomorrow, that seems to be the case with the Arrowverse. The Greek gods supposedly having control over humanity for some time (and possibly even created them on that Earth) was made apparently by that show's recent episodes.I'd assume that God (The Presence?) made the Old Gods who made humanity.
I was joking, Jesus. This is absolutely ridiculous.
Let's just wait and see I guess...two years from now.This is the timeline for the Batman movies of 1989-1997. The Catwoman movie suggests it's apart of this universe based on a picture of Selina Kyle from Batman Returns. The similar origin of the two versions of Catwoman also implies this. This seems to be the same universe as Michael Keaton's...www.thecomicboard.com
No Chapters, post-flashpoint (Somehow?).
How did we get here?