Please link the article. I'm seriously not a fan of Hybrid Network ever since they cheered at the idea that jobs were lost at Marvel Animation last year...just simply based on the fact they personally hated the shows.
I know about the wikis tendency to use Temperal Reality Number's for universes. Still, some fans believe this, which is worth pondering about.I'm aware of that. I think that was done for simplicity's sake. (TRN is also a temporary placement; not an official reality number.)
At the same time, these are all connected by design and story - but I'm piecing it together to the best of my ability. I don't know how or why Horizon High is in Avengers: Black Panther's Quest, but at the same time the showrunners did say it was continuing on from the previous seasons.
But the continuity is absolutely a mess, I won't deny that...They need to explain the MSM thing badly.
I have thought about it. But I'm not erasing MSM, GotG S3 or Avengers S5 from the timeline if that's what you're suggesting.I know about the wikis tendency to use Temperal Reality Number's for universes. Still, some fans believe this, which is worth pondering about.
Nope, not suggesting that at all. I personally don't believe that AA1-4 is a (completely) seperate universe to AA5, based on the fact that makes no sense from a story/consistency standpoint.I have thought about it. But I'm not erasing MSM, GotG S3 or Avengers S5 from the timeline if that's what you're suggesting.
Counter Earth is more creative than "New Universe!" for each new season.Pretty much. Unfortunately, the continuity is a mess thanks to the integration of MSM into GotG and AA's canon, so I have to come up with own reasoning for it all to work.
Whatever it takes.Counter Earth is more creative than "New Universe!" for each new season.
In the wake of the Onslaught event, the Fantastic Four, Avengers, Bruce Banner, and (forcibly) Dr. Doom sacrificed their lives to destroy Onslaught. Franklin Richards would subconsciously create a pocket universe where those who sacrificed themselves were placed and "reborn" into new lives that...marvel.fandom.comThe High Evolutionary created the first version of Counter-Earth as a purer version of the original Earth. As in so many myths, however, an evil force (in the person of the Man-Beast) jogged his elbow. Counter-Earth turned out to be a lot like the original, except that there were no superheroes...marvel.fandom.com
Well, officially, Spider-Man and X-Men are connected. Iron Man, Fantastic Four and The Incredible Hulk are a shared universe. Silver Surfer is it's own thing, as well as Spider-Man: Unlimited and Avengers: United They Stand. But let's be honest: they were clearly intended to be connected (except Spider-Man: Unlimited and Silver Surfer, and probably Avengers: United They Stand). They were just on different networks, making it difficult to crossover. Continuity Errors are easy to fix by not following release order.What about the 90s shows? Were any of those connected? I know people have shown up in each other's shows.
Disney XD has ordered a third season of the Emmy Award-nominated animated series "Marvel's Spider-Man" for a Spring 2020 premiere. The web-slinging series follows Peter Parker, who is learning to navigate life as the teenage superhero Spider-Man.
In the third season, titled "Marvel's Spider-Man: Maximum Venom," Spider-Man is pushed to his breaking point when Venom summons an earth-shattering threat from its home planet. The announcement was made today by Marc Buhaj, senior vice president, Programming and general manager, Disney XD.
"This is the most epic conflict in the history of Marvel Animation," said Cort Lane, senior vice president, Marvel Animation & Family Entertainment. "We planted the seeds in two seasons of 'Marvel's Spider-Man' and three seasons of 'Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy,' but you don't need to have watched them to be blown away by this colossal confrontation. While a ton of guest heroes will be on hand, Peter Parker's special link to Venom makes him the only hero who can tip the scales to save humanity."
New season two episodes of "Marvel's Spider-Man" will debut in September on Disney XD and DisneyNOW, beginning with a five-part "Superior Spider-Man" story arc. In the new storyline, Doctor Octopus, who has taken over Spider-Man's body, intends to use his new spider powers to further his evil agenda.