Marvel Animated Universes (2000s) v 2.0

If I had to create a headcanon "divergence point" for Earth-12041 to Earth-8096, it would have to be in the Assemble episode where Heinrich Zemo is brought from 1942 to present day.
Why? Because Cap says in that same episode "He died during the War" and we clearly know he wasn't supposed to be captured by the enemy as the episode ended with him getting dumped off at the military base; thus altering his fate. (On Earth-8096, Heinrich getting scarred didn't happen until 1943.)
And that's where this comes into play:


But by technicality, that puts Planet Hulk more adjacent to Earth-12041 since...Skaar. (Who they left his origin very VERY vague in HatAoS, on how Leader went about yeeting him; but Blastaar implied it took "time and space" to bring him to E-12041.)
 
If I had to create a headcanon "divergence point" for Earth-12041 to Earth-8096, it would have to be in the Assemble episode where Heinrich Zemo is brought from 1942 to present day.
Why? Because Cap says in that same episode "He died during the War" and we clearly know he wasn't supposed to be captured by the enemy as the episode ended with him getting dumped off at the military base; thus altering his fate. (On Earth-8096, Heinrich getting scarred didn't happen until 1943.)
And that's where this comes into play:


But by technicality, that puts Planet Hulk more adjacent to Earth-12041 since...Skaar. (Who they left his origin very VERY vague in HatAoS, on how Leader went about yeeting him; but Blastaar implied it took "time and space" to bring him to E-12041.)

So basically in the original timeline, cap Is never brought to the present. Second timeline Is the rest of the yostverse and a bit of the ultimateverse. Third timeline Is After Zeno Is brought to the present until the Beyonder Arc. And the fourth timeline Is the universe of GotG season 3, Marvel's spider-man and AS Season 5, right?
 
So basically in the original timeline, cap Is never brought to the present. Second timeline Is the rest of the yostverse and a bit of the ultimateverse. Third timeline Is After Zeno Is brought to the present until the Beyonder Arc. And the fourth timeline Is the universe of GotG season 3, Marvel's spider-man and AS Season 5, right?
There's definitely a diverge point at some point in Earth-17628. Zemo does die "during the War" as he decides to take the fall, literally, off a cliff.
So that history might be shared with Earth-12041. It would have to be between the 1940s and 1990s. (No clue about the event...)
 
So basically in the original timeline, cap Is never brought to the present.
The circumstances of how he came to the present created Earth-8096, in my theory. That 1942 Assemble episode was pre-Super Soldier Steve Rogers.
In Avengers: EMH season 2, his decision to save T'Challa or have the Sun explode is what lead to Kang's future getting erased.

So in other words, the events that were exclusive to EMH (E-8096) didn't happen before in E-12041.
 
this short takes place in earth-17628
and also marvel's spider-man has 6 short episodes about his origin available on disney plus

edit: I just realized that the 6 short episodes are just clips from S1E3 XD
 
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The entire of the cartoon Is set in earth-17628. Season 1-2 Is set in earth-12041. It's confirmed by the series producer. Basically season 1-2 are set in 2 universes, season 3 in One universe.
Peter Parker is 15 by the start of Marvel's Spider-Man. Either he would be a year younger than E-12041's version or both their birthdays occurred later in that month/year(?).

2009 could be a divergence point for Earth-17628?
 
Greg Weisman has a term for things said by the creators that's not said in the show: "canon-in-training"

In other words, their opinion. Subjective, but not confirmed/approved by Marvel themselves.
But this doesn't apply ti young Justice for example, everything told by him it's Canon.
 
The Marvel Wiki considers these books to be apparitions of Earth-12041
 
The Marvel Wiki considers these books to be apparitions of Earth-12041

I strongly disagree with this, since Nova's USM design seems to be the only similarity. As for everything else, I own those.

Yes, it was embarrassing paying for kids books like those at Barnes & Noble.
 
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