- Aug 30, 2018
I'll get to it.
So simply, WW2 Happens in 2019?I mean, it happens around Crisis. It might be set during WW2 in their world, but it's 2019 everywhere else. I assume that it's just the consequences of different timelines leading that world to be both technologically and politically in the 1940s during 2019. There's leeway for different interpretations though. This seems like it would possibly relate to the Pre/Post-Crisis Earth-666 debate.
IDK, I'm just asking only coz of Lois Lane appearence in the Crisis Comics, this is always a big doubt of mine, so if someone has an enswer it will make me really happy.I mean, it is like the Marvel Multiverse: Sony's Universe, the MCU and Into the Spiderverse universes are out of sinc by a few years, 66 Spider-Man is in the, well, 66, Spider-Man Noir is in the 30s, 2099 in the 2099 and Supaidaman is probably still in the 70s.
the only thing they aknoledge is Darkside.I am pretty sure that the explanation is that the writers didn't put too much thought into it, I don't think that they are even conscious of the fact that there is a Live Action Multiverse or anything like that, the Live Action Multiverse is just us assuming that all the crossovers between Earths are canon, but until a fan "ascends" to official writer and decides to canonice the idea, I am sure nobody in the writers room is thinking "Wait, how does the cosmology of the multiverse work? Is the God from Lucifer the same as in Constantine? Can The Batman fit in Stargirl's universe? Are the monitors from Smallville relater to Mar'Novu?"
yes, but it wasn't about Earth-1610, but for Earth-616, it's the marvel time. As for 2023, the modern age started in 2010.As for the in-universe explanation: According to the article about "Sliding Timescale" in Marvel Database, Ultimates (Vol. 3) #5 suggests that the Marvel universe (at least the ultimate version, I guess) has some weird physical phenomenon that makes time work weird, so I guess that just different universes have different time anomalies or whatever that makes their times accelerate or decelerate just as the plot requires them for crossovers.
in that crossover both charachter are their prime universesEy, now that I have some people here that seem to know more than me about the Marvel and DC multiverses, I once read somewhere that after the Amalgam crossover in the 90s, Avengers vs Justice League totally ignored the previous crossover and characters acted as if it never happened, is that true?
Yes, but I think they were involved in the Amalgam Universe too (I may be wrong). What I understood was that in the Amalgam crossover the 2 universes met and they were fused or something, but they were defused later, and then weird things happened and at the end the Earth 616 and New Earth characters somehow managed to make the Amalgam Universe a different universe while still maintaining their old universes. So, I thought that they should remember.in that crossover both charachter are their prime universes
Justice League [New Earth (if it come out before 2011)/Earth-Prime (if it come out after 2011)]
Both crossovers are canon.Ey, now that I have some people here that seem to know more than me about the Marvel and DC multiverses, I once read somewhere that after the Amalgam crossover in the 90s, Avengers vs Justice League totally ignored the previous crossover and characters acted as if it never happened, is that true?