Non-Arrowverse DC TV Show Timelines

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Pro Bot

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I wonder if Green Lantern could tie in to Stargirl with Alan Scott? If Doom Patrol is going to HBO as well as DC Universe, it's possible HBO and DC Universe are somewhat tied together.
 

selfishmisery

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There's a weird time jump in the most recent episode of Titans. It's now two months later, yet there's a subtitle says it's "Day 1"?

Though that could be just Day 1 of Gar's "Operation: Save Titans" and he's been moping for two months.

Even Starfire and Faddei don't acknowledge the amount of time that past, but I can assume they had a couple months to bond and were on the road most of the time chit-chatting.
 

selfishmisery

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Updated the Black Lightning timeline finally. Actually had to break down the days of each month based on Church days (any scene with Reverend Holt in a crowded church) on my own personal timeline for understand how much time has passed. The show is extremely unclear of how many months pass, except for one instance that said 5 weeks pass in "Book of Secrets: Part 3", so I had to get really detailed to understand this. :(

I'll give the reasons for Krypton's timeline within the next week. I'm super busy right now with trying to catch up with the CW/Arrowverse timeline before Crisis.
But I need extra time to elaborate on why I chose those specific dates.
 
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selfishmisery

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After thinking about it some more: Since the newspaper in "Hank and Dawn" was blurred, possibly intentionally to hide a timeline-related error, I moved the flashbacks in the episode to late-December 2013.

2014 is off the table for when Donny and Dawn's mom get hit by the truck. "Thursday" and "December" are the only clear parts of the newspaper, so I'll fit on the 19th of December, 2013 (a Thursday).
Dawn says it's "Christmas" in the very same scene.
 

Dok95

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Before. You could watch between Before Watchmen: Moloch #1 and Before Watchmen: Oxymandias #6 if you want to fit it in the comic continuity, which you technically could, though it's canonicity is debatable. Probably not canon.
Can you give me the year that this in-universe documentary is released in the timeline Watchmen Movie Universe please?

It's at least after 1975, but precisely which year? (Or approximately?)
 
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Pro Bot

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So it looks like Stargirl isn't in the Titans/Doom Patrol/Swamp Thing Universe but actually in the Arrowverse!

Or at least, it will be in the crossover (from a parallel universe). :p
It's not necessarily not in the Titansverse, but I personally wouldn't count it as Titansverse now.

Hmm. Interesting.
 

selfishmisery

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So it looks like Stargirl isn't in the Titans/Doom Patrol/Swamp Thing Universe but actually in the Arrowverse!

Or at least, it will be in the crossover (from a parallel universe). :p
Nope. Not possible. Arrowverse already has it's own entirely different JSA and Stargirl.

(Posted from local pub with Wi-Fi)
 

Pro Bot

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The Flash 6x09, "Crisis on Infinite Earths: Part 3" scene takes place before the main portion of the show.
 

selfishmisery

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Oh boy, I'd very much like to see this! I'm assuming it would be the new Multiverse version of Earth-96. Not confirmed in any way, of cause, but it's a nice idea.

I'm wondering if pahaps before Crisis was the Donnerverse and after it became the Singerverse or vice versa.
Vise versa I'd say. Superman's kid from Returns was mentioned in Crisis.
 

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