Dan Slott is wrong. By that logic, Earth-3015 is also Earth-6799. I do not believe Earth-67, Earth-3015 and Earth-6799 are all the same reality.Dan Slott said otherwise
See your point, but Dan Slott wrote the Spider-Verse Issues with Earth-67, so he clearly intended it to be one and the same as Earth-6799, and also I don't believe that Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse meant to feature an alternate version of Earth-6799 rather than just using the retconned reality number Earth-67Dan Slott is wrong. By that logic, Earth-3015 is also Earth-6799. I do not believe Earth-67, Earth-3015 and Earth-6799 are all the same reality.
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In case you doubt the Marvel Appendix for some reason, here are some published guidebooks where the Earths are specified.
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A-Z Vol 2
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Secret Wars: Official Guide to the Marvel Multiverse
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Also, note that Earth-6799's first official appearance is noted as "Spider-Man cartoon episode 1: Sub-Zero for Spidey (September 9, 1967)" in the Marvel Appendix? That's because Rocket Robin Hood is non-canon.
Yeah, I honestly don't trust a word from Slott. He acts all high and mighty about stuff like this on Twitter, especially his assertion that "handbooks and wiki designations don't count" (this was back in 2014, when the original Spider-Verse comic was being worked on). Pardon my French here, but what an ass.Dan Slott thinks that the killed off the 1994 Spider-Man but he actually killed the Spider-Man Unlimited version... but he didn't, he actually killed another variant of that character.
The showrunner for Spider-Man confirmed that Spider-Man Unlimited isn't canon, and that show has nothing to do with the former apart from a small musical cue in the first episode.Peter Parker shares a very similar origin history with his Earth-751263 counterpart. He died in a brutal battle with Daemos. He was later restored to life by Silk when she cut Morlun with the Totem Dagger. Seemingly those of the Peter Parker of Earth-616. Seemingly those of the Peter Parker of...marvel.fandom.com
So, Dan Slott is just shit with Earth numbers and continuity with no respect for the established facts presented by Marvel that every other book abides by. Ignore him, respect the guidebooks, every other comic and the Marvel Appendix.
My only concern is the fact that PeterConsidering Across the Spider-Verse specifies Earth-1048, I don't think it's a variant timeline.
I love that both the Spider-Geddon comics and the Spider-Verse movies connect to this Spider-Man though, because it means no one can really claim that the MCU stuff is a separate multiverse. I mean, they never technically could, but this makes it much harder.
Going beyond the obvious reasons, both are acknowledged as canon based on statements and tie-in material, like the Spider-Man 2 prequel comic referencing Spider-Geddon and the Spider-Verse side mission in Spider-Man 2.
The black cat strikes back Is an adaptation of the complete DLC, so It should be set After episode 3 of the city that never sleep.2018 - Spider-Man: Hostle Takeover
2018 - Spider-Man: Remastered
2018 - Spider-Man: City at War #1-6
2019 - Spider-Man: Velocity #1-5
2019 - Spider-Man: Remastered The City That Never Sleeps: Heist
2019 - Spider-Man: The Black Cat Strikes #1-5
2019 - Spider-Man: Remastered The City That Never Sleeps: Turf Wars
2019 - Spider-Man: Remastered The City That Never Sleeps: Sliver Lining
2019 - Spider-Geddon #0-5 [Earth-Various]
2019 - Iron Man VR
2019 - Spider-Man: Miles Morales: Wings of Fury
2019 - Spider-Man: Miles Morales
2020 - Spider-Man Unlimited: Infinity Comics #1-8 [Earth-616]
2020 - Spider-Man 2 #1
2020 - Spider-Man 2
202? - Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse [Earth-Various]
2025 - Wolverine
That about right?