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Is the insinuation that the last two take place outside of the liveaction multiverse?

Maybe there just needs to be Watchmen thread.
I don't know whether they do or don't, it's just the different continuities. I suppose you can add another "Alan Moore" timeline that's just the original Watchmen, but that's redundant.
 

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If you want to start on a Watchmen HBO timeline:
1903
June 30
Rorschach #3 (pg. 1)

1945
August 7
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 3)

1950
????
Watchmen #6, "The Abyss Gazes Also" (pg. 3-4)
Rorschach #5 (pg. 10)

1951
July
Watchmen #6, "The Abyss Gazes Also" (pg. 6-7)

1955
????
Watchmen #9, "The Darkness of Mere Being" (pg. 6-8)

1957
????
Watchmen #6, "The Abyss Gazes Also" (pg. 10)

1959
????
Rorschach #5 (pg. 16)

May 12
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 4-5)

July
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 6)

August 20
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 7-8)

November
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 9)

November 10
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 9)

November 14
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 9)

November 22
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 10)

December 25
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 11)

1960
February
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 12)

March
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 13)

June 3
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 14)

November
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 14)

1961
September
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 14)

1962
May
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 15)

????
Watchmen #6, "The Abyss Gazes Also" (pg. 10)

1963
????
Watchmen #9, "The Darkness of Mere Being" (pg. 10-12)

September 23
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 16)

1964
March 13
Watchmen #6, "The Abyss Gazes Also" (pg. 10)
Rorschach #5 (pg. 11)

1965
????
Watchmen #6, "The Abyss Gazes Also" (pg. 15)
Rorschach #2 (pg. 5-6)
Rorschach #5 (pg. 5)

1966
April 14
Watchmen #6, "The Abyss Gazes Also" (pg. 15)
Watchmen #2, "Absent Friends" (pg. 4-11)
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 17)
Watchmen #9, "The Darkness of Mere Being" (pg. 14-16)

May
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 18)

1969
????
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 19)

1970
????
Rorschach #7 (pg. 5, 7-9)

December 1
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 19)

1971
January 4
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 19)

March
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 19)

????
Rorschach #5 (pg. 12-15)

May
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 20)

June 29
Rorschach #5 (pg. 18)
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 20)
Watchmen #2, "Absent Friends" (pg. 12-15)

1973
January
Watchmen #9, "The Darkness of Mere Being" (pg. 19-21)

1975
January 20
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 21)

????
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 21)
Watchmen #6, "The Abyss Gazes Also" (pg. 18-26)

1977
????
Watchmen #2, "Absent Friends" (pg. 16-18)
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 22)

August 3
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 23)

1981
May 31
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 24)

1985
August
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 24)

October
Watchmen #2, "Absent Friends" (pg. 21-23)

October 12
Watchmen #1, "At Midnight, All the Agents..." (pg. 1-13)

October 13
Watchmen #1, "At Midnight, All the Agents..." (pg. 14-26)

October 16
Watchmen #2, "Absent Friends" (pg. 1-4, 11-12, 15-16, 18-21, 23-28)

October 19
Watchmen #3, "The Judge of All the Earth" (pg. 1-21)

October 20
Watchmen #3, "The Judge of All the Earth" (pg. 22-28)
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 1-3, 5-6, 11-12, 17, 20, 22-28)

October 21
Watchmen #5, "Fearful Symmetry"

October 25
Watchmen #6, "The Abyss Gazes Also" (pg. 1-8)
Watchmen #7, "A Brother to Dragons" (pg. 1-15)

October 26
Watchmen #7, "A Brother to Dragons" (pg. 16-28)
Watchmen #6, "The Abyss Gazes Also" (pg. 9-13)

October 27
Watchmen #8, "Old Ghosts" (pg. 1-5)
Watchmen #6, "The Abyss Gazes Also" (pg. 14-16)

October 28
Watchmen #6, "The Abyss Gazes Also" (pg. 17-18, 21, 25-28)

October 29
Watchmen #8, "Old Ghosts" (pg. 6-7)

October 30
Watchmen #8, "Old Ghosts" (pg. 9)

October 31
Watchmen #8, "Old Ghosts" (pg. 10-28)
Watchmen #9, "The Darkness of Mere Being" (pg. 1-6, 8-10, 12-14, 16-19, 21-28)

November 1
Watchmen #10, "Two Riders Were Approaching..." (pg. 1-22)

November 2
Watchmen #10, "Two Riders Were Approaching..." (pg. 23-28)
Watchmen #11, "Look on my Works, Ye Mighty..." (pg. 6, 9, 13, 20, 23-28)
Watchmen #11, "Look on my Works, Ye Mighty..." (pg. 1-5, 7-8, 10-12, 14-19, 21-22, 24-28)

November 3
Watchmen #12, "A Stronger Loving World" (pg. 1-27)

December 25
Watchmen #12, "A Stronger Loving World" (pg. 28-30)

1987
January 1
Watchmen #12, "A Stronger Loving World" (pg. 31-32)

1988
????
Rorschach #2 (pg. 7-8)

2001
????
Rorschach #10 (pg. 9)

2006
????
Rorschach #10 (pg. 9)

2009
????
Rorschach #3 (pg. 3-5, 7-9)
Rorschach #5 (pg. 11)

2013
????
Rorschach #3 (pg. 11-14)

2015
????
Rorschach #3 (pg. 16-19)

2016
????
Rorschach #4 (pg. 2-13, 16)

November
Rorschach #4 (pg. 17)

2017
????
Rorschach #4 (pg. 18-19)
Rorschach #8 (pg. 2)

2018
????
Rorschach #8 (pg. 2)

2019
????
Rorschach #2 (pg. 7, 18)
Rorschach #2 (pg. 9-10, 15)

September
Watchmen 1x01, "It's Summer and We're Running Out of Ice"
Watchmen 1x02, "Martial Feats of Comanche Horsemanship"
Watchmen 1x03, "The Was Killed by Space Junk"
Watchmen 1x04, "If You Don't Like My Story, Write Your Own"
Watchmen 1x05, "Little Fear of Lightning"
Watchmen 1x06, "This Extraordinary Being"
Watchmen 1x07, "An Almost Religious Awe"
Watchmen 1x08, "A God Walks into a Bar"
Watchmen 1x09, "See How They Fly"

2020
October
Rorschach #5 (pg. 1-2, 4, 6-7, 9, 13-15, 18-19)
Rorschach #2 (pg. 2-3)
Rorschach #5 (pg. 20-21)
Rorschach #1 (pg. 8)
Rorschach #2 (pg. 19-21)
Rorschach #2 (pg. 16)
Rorschach #3 (pg. 1, 3, 19-21)
Rorschach #7 (pg. 10-18)
Rorschach #8 (pg. 3-8, 11-15, 17)
Rorschach #9 (pg. 1-13, 21-22)
Rorschach #10 (pg. 2-3, 12, 15-16)
Rorschach #10 (pg. 19-20)
Rorschach #1 (pg. 6)
Rorschach #10 (pg. 13-14)
Rorschach #11 (pg. 7-8)
Rorschach #1 (pg. 4, 11-15, 20-21)
Rorschach #5 (pg. 7-9)
Rorschach #1 (pg. 1-10, 15-21)
Rorschach #2 (pg. 1-5, 7-8, 11-19, 22)
Rorschach #5 (pg. 3-4)
Rorschach #3 (pg. 2, 6, 10, 15, 21-22)
Rorschach #4 (pg. 1, 6-8, 11-12, 14-16, 20-22)
Rorschach #11 (pg. 9)
Rorschach #5 (pg. 1-3, 5-6, 9-12, 15-21)
Rorschach #6 (pg. 3, 8, 12, 17, 20-21)

November
Rorschach #7 (pg. 1-4, 6, 19-22)
Rorschach #8 (pg. 18)
Rorschach #8 (pg. 1, 4-5, 9-10, 13, 16, 18-21)
Rorschach #9 (pg. 1, 4-5, 8-9, 11-22)
Rorschach #10 (pg. 3-8)
Rorschach #10 (pg. 1-2, 7-8, 10-11, 15, 18-19, 21-22)
Rorschach #11
Rorschach #12
 
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If you want to start on a Watchmen HBO timeline:
1945
August 7
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 3)

1950
????
Watchmen #6, "The Abyss Gazes Also" (pg. 3-4)

1951
July
Watchmen #6, "The Abyss Gazes Also" (pg. 6-7)

1955
????
Watchmen #9, "The Darkness of Mere Being" (pg. 6-8)

1957
????
Watchmen #6, "The Abyss Gazes Also" (pg. 10)

1959
May 12
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 4-5)

July
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 6)

August 20
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 7-8)

November
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 9)

November 10
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 9)

November 14
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 9)

November 22
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 10)

December 25
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 11)

1960
February
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 12)

March
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 13)

June 3
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 14)

November
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 14)

1961
September
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 14)

1962
May
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 15)

????
Watchmen #6, "The Abyss Gazes Also" (pg. 10)

1963
????
Watchmen #9, "The Darkness of Mere Being" (pg. 10-12)

September 23
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 16)

1964
March
Watchmen #6, "The Abyss Gazes Also" (pg. 10)

1965
????
Watchmen #6, "The Abyss Gazes Also" (pg. 15)

1966
April 14
Watchmen #6, "The Abyss Gazes Also" (pg. 15)
Watchmen #2, "Absent Friends" (pg. 4-11)
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 17)
Watchmen #9, "The Darkness of Mere Being" (pg. 14-16)

May
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 18)

1969
????
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 19)

1970
December 1
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 19)

1971
January 4
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 19)

March
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 19)

May
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 20)

June 29
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 20)
Watchmen #2, "Absent Friends" (pg. 12-15)

1973
January
Watchmen #9, "The Darkness of Mere Being" (pg. 19-21)

1975
January 20
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 21)

????
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 21)
Watchmen #6, "The Abyss Gazes Also" (pg. 18-26)

1977
????
Watchmen #2, "Absent Friends" (pg. 16-18)
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 22)

August 3
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 23)

1981
May 31
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 24)

1985
August
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 24)

October
Watchmen #2, "Absent Friends" (pg. 21-23)

October 12
Watchmen #1, "At Midnight, All the Agents..." (pg. 1-13)

October 13
Watchmen #1, "At Midnight, All the Agents..." (pg. 14-26)

October 16
Watchmen #2, "Absent Friends" (pg. 1-4, 11-12, 15-16, 18-21, 23-28)

October 19
Watchmen #3, "The Judge of All the Earth" (pg. 1-21)

October 20
Watchmen #3, "The Judge of All the Earth" (pg. 22-28)
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 1-3, 5-6, 11-12, 17, 20, 22-28)

October 21
Watchmen #5, "Fearful Symmetry"

October 25
Watchmen #6, "The Abyss Gazes Also" (pg. 1-8)
Watchmen #7, "A Brother to Dragons" (pg. 1-15)

October 26
Watchmen #7, "A Brother to Dragons" (pg. 16-28)
Watchmen #6, "The Abyss Gazes Also" (pg. 9-13)

October 27
Watchmen #8, "Old Ghosts" (pg. 1-5)
Watchmen #6, "The Abyss Gazes Also" (pg. 14-16)

October 28
Watchmen #6, "The Abyss Gazes Also" (pg. 17-18, 21, 25-28)

October 29
Watchmen #8, "Old Ghosts" (pg. 6-7)

October 30
Watchmen #8, "Old Ghosts" (pg. 9)

October 31
Watchmen #8, "Old Ghosts" (pg. 10-28)
Watchmen #9, "The Darkness of Mere Being" (pg. 1-6, 8-10, 12-14, 16-19, 21-28)

November 1
Watchmen #10, "Two Riders Were Approaching..." (pg. 1-22)

November 2
Watchmen #10, "Two Riders Were Approaching..." (pg. 23-28)
Watchmen #11, "Look on my Works, Ye Mighty..." (pg. 6, 9, 13, 20, 23-28)
Watchmen #11, "Look on my Works, Ye Mighty..." (pg. 1-5, 7-8, 10-12, 14-19, 21-22, 24-28)

November 3
Watchmen #12, "A Stronger Loving World" (pg. 1-27)

1986
December 25
Watchmen #12, "A Stronger Loving World" (pg. 28-30)

1987
January 1
Watchmen #12, "A Stronger Loving World" (pg. 31-32)

2020
November
Rorschach #1
Rorschach #2
Rorschach #3
Rorschach #4
Rorschach #5
Rorschach #6
Rorschach #7
Rorschach #8
Rorschach #9
Rorschach #10
Rorschach #11
Rorschach #12

I haven't actually gotten to Rorschach yet. Lots of flashbacks, no dates. I'm looking through it, will update when done.
Like I said, it will be its own thread when I get around to it.

Also, started watching Sweet Tooth and there's like no dates. Just a passing mention of "10 years ago there was this Great Crumble" which we see...but no dates.
 

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If you want to start on a Watchmen HBO timeline:
1903
June 30
Rorschach #3 (pg. 1)

1945
August 7
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 3)

1950
????
Watchmen #6, "The Abyss Gazes Also" (pg. 3-4)
Rorschach #5 (pg. 10)

1951
July
Watchmen #6, "The Abyss Gazes Also" (pg. 6-7)

1955
????
Watchmen #9, "The Darkness of Mere Being" (pg. 6-8)

1957
????
Watchmen #6, "The Abyss Gazes Also" (pg. 10)

1959
????
Rorschach #5 (pg. 16)

May 12
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 4-5)

July
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 6)

August 20
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 7-8)

November
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 9)

November 10
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 9)

November 14
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 9)

November 22
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 10)

December 25
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 11)

1960
February
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 12)

March
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 13)

June 3
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 14)

November
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 14)

1961
September
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 14)

1962
May
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 15)

????
Watchmen #6, "The Abyss Gazes Also" (pg. 10)

1963
????
Watchmen #9, "The Darkness of Mere Being" (pg. 10-12)

September 23
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 16)

1964
March 13
Watchmen #6, "The Abyss Gazes Also" (pg. 10)
Rorschach #5 (pg. 11)

1965
????
Watchmen #6, "The Abyss Gazes Also" (pg. 15)
Rorschach #2 (pg. 5-6)
Rorschach #5 (pg. 5)

1966
April 14
Watchmen #6, "The Abyss Gazes Also" (pg. 15)
Watchmen #2, "Absent Friends" (pg. 4-11)
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 17)
Watchmen #9, "The Darkness of Mere Being" (pg. 14-16)

May
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 18)

1969
????
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 19)

1970
December 1
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 19)

1971
January 4
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 19)

March
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 19)

????
Rorschach #5 (pg. 12-15)

May
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 20)

June 29
Rorschach #5 (pg. 18)
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 20)
Watchmen #2, "Absent Friends" (pg. 12-15)

1973
January
Watchmen #9, "The Darkness of Mere Being" (pg. 19-21)

1975
January 20
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 21)

????
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 21)
Watchmen #6, "The Abyss Gazes Also" (pg. 18-26)

1977
????
Watchmen #2, "Absent Friends" (pg. 16-18)
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 22)

August 3
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 23)

1981
May 31
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 24)

1985
August
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 24)

October
Watchmen #2, "Absent Friends" (pg. 21-23)

October 12
Watchmen #1, "At Midnight, All the Agents..." (pg. 1-13)

October 13
Watchmen #1, "At Midnight, All the Agents..." (pg. 14-26)

October 16
Watchmen #2, "Absent Friends" (pg. 1-4, 11-12, 15-16, 18-21, 23-28)

October 19
Watchmen #3, "The Judge of All the Earth" (pg. 1-21)

October 20
Watchmen #3, "The Judge of All the Earth" (pg. 22-28)
Watchmen #4, "Watchmaker" (pg. 1-3, 5-6, 11-12, 17, 20, 22-28)

October 21
Watchmen #5, "Fearful Symmetry"

October 25
Watchmen #6, "The Abyss Gazes Also" (pg. 1-8)
Watchmen #7, "A Brother to Dragons" (pg. 1-15)

October 26
Watchmen #7, "A Brother to Dragons" (pg. 16-28)
Watchmen #6, "The Abyss Gazes Also" (pg. 9-13)

October 27
Watchmen #8, "Old Ghosts" (pg. 1-5)
Watchmen #6, "The Abyss Gazes Also" (pg. 14-16)

October 28
Watchmen #6, "The Abyss Gazes Also" (pg. 17-18, 21, 25-28)

October 29
Watchmen #8, "Old Ghosts" (pg. 6-7)

October 30
Watchmen #8, "Old Ghosts" (pg. 9)

October 31
Watchmen #8, "Old Ghosts" (pg. 10-28)
Watchmen #9, "The Darkness of Mere Being" (pg. 1-6, 8-10, 12-14, 16-19, 21-28)

November 1
Watchmen #10, "Two Riders Were Approaching..." (pg. 1-22)

November 2
Watchmen #10, "Two Riders Were Approaching..." (pg. 23-28)
Watchmen #11, "Look on my Works, Ye Mighty..." (pg. 6, 9, 13, 20, 23-28)
Watchmen #11, "Look on my Works, Ye Mighty..." (pg. 1-5, 7-8, 10-12, 14-19, 21-22, 24-28)

November 3
Watchmen #12, "A Stronger Loving World" (pg. 1-27)

December 25
Watchmen #12, "A Stronger Loving World" (pg. 28-30)

1987
January 1
Watchmen #12, "A Stronger Loving World" (pg. 31-32)

1988
????
Rorschach #2 (pg. 7-8)

2009
????
Rorschach #3 (pg. 3-5, 7-9)
Rorschach #5 (pg. 11)

2013
????
Rorschach #3 (pg. 11-14)

2015
????
Rorschach #3 (pg. 16-19)

2016
????
Rorschach #4 (pg. 2-13, 16)

November
Rorschach #4 (pg. 17)

2017
????
Rorschach #4 (pg. 18-19)

2019
????
Rorschach #2 (pg. 15)

November
Watchmen 1x01, "It's Summer and We're Running Out of Ice"
Watchmen 1x02, "Martial Feats of Comanche Horsemanship"
Watchmen 1x03, "The Was Killed by Space Junk"
Watchmen 1x04, "If You Don't Like My Story, Write Your Own"
Watchmen 1x05, "Little Fear of Lightning"
Watchmen 1x06, "This Extraordinary Being"
Watchmen 1x07, "An Almost Religious Awe"
Watchmen 1x08, "A God Walks into a Bar"
Watchmen 1x09, "See How They Fly"

2020
????
Rorschach #2 (pg. 7, 18)
Rorschach #2 (pg. 9-10)
Rorschach #5 (pg. 1-2, 4, 6-7, 9, 13-15, 18-19)
Rorschach #2 (pg. 2-3)
Rorschach #5 (pg. 20-21)

October
Rorschach #1 (pg. 8)
Rorschach #2 (pg. 19-21)
Rorschach #2 (pg. 16)
Rorschach #3 (pg. 1, 3, 19-21)

November
Rorschach #1 (pg. 6)
Rorschach #1 (pg. 4, 11-15, 20-21)
Rorschach #5 (pg. 7-9)
Rorschach #1 (pg. 1-10, 15-21)
Rorschach #2 (pg. 1-5, 7-8, 11-19, 22)
Rorschach #5 (pg. 3-4)
Rorschach #3 (pg. 2, 6, 10, 15, 21-22)
Rorschach #4 (pg. 1, 6-8, 11-12, 14-16, 20-22)
Rorschach #5 (pg. 1-3, 5-6, 9-12, 15-21)
Rorschach #6 (pg. 3, 8, 12, 17, 20-21)
Rorschach #7
Rorschach #8
Rorschach #9
Rorschach #10
Rorschach #11
Rorschach #12

I haven't actually gotten to Rorschach yet. Lots of flashbacks, no dates. I'm looking through it, will update when done.

Edit: half done with Rorschach.
The Watchmen TV show takes place from September 8th to the 24th.
Much like Human Target, I have all the dates for each episode but never applied any time stamps.

1x1 2019/09/08 - 2019/09/15
1x2 2019/09/15 - 2019/09/16
1x3 2019/09/17 - 2019/09/18
1x4 2019/09/18 - 2019/09/19
1x5 2019/09/20 - 2019/09/22
1x6 2019/09/22 - 2019/09/23
1x7 2019/09/23
1x8 2019/09/23
1x9 2019/09/23 - 2019/09/24
 

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A few Human Target updates:

2003
???

Human Target 2x02, "The Wife's Tale" (0:00:00 - 0:01:20)
Human Target 1x12, "Christopher Chance" (0:00:58 - 0:02:54)
Human Target 1x12, "Christopher Chance" (0:05:10 - 0:06:16)
Human Target 1x12, "Christopher Chance" (0:07:54 - 0:14:21)
Human Target 1x12, "Christopher Chance" (0:14:34 - 0:19:36)
Human Target 1x12, "Christopher Chance" (0:20:09 - 0:31:15)
Human Target 1x12, "Christopher Chance" (0:31:32 - 0:36:19)
Human Target 1x12, "Christopher Chance" (0:38:07 - 0:38:20)
Human Target 1x12, "Christopher Chance" (0:38:32 - 0:38:46)
Human Target 1x12, "Christopher Chance" (0:40:36 - 0:42:23)

2010
November

Human Target 2x01, "Ilsa Pucci" (0:06:20 - 0:42:57)
Human Target 2x02, "The Wife's Tale" (0:01:20 - 0:42:33)
Human Target 2x03, "Taking Ames"

December
Human Target 2x04, "The Return of Baptiste" (0:00:00 - 0:04:25)
Human Target 2x04, "The Return of Baptiste" (0:04:46 - 0:05:11)
Human Target 2x04, "The Return of Baptiste" (0:05:28 - 0:05:30)
Human Target 2x04, "The Return of Baptiste" (0:04:25 - 0:04:46)
Human Target 2x04, "The Return of Baptiste" (0:05:11 - 0:05:28)
Human Target 2x04, "The Return of Baptiste" (0:05:30 - 0:44:01)

Comin' along slowly but surely.
Sorry I keep posting in here. I'm still not able to PM.
 

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The Watchmen TV show takes place from September 8th to the 24th.
Much like Human Target, I have all the dates for each episode but never applied any time stamps.

1x1 2019/09/08 - 2019/09/15
1x2 2019/09/15 - 2019/09/16
1x3 2019/09/17 - 2019/09/18
1x4 2019/09/18 - 2019/09/19
1x5 2019/09/20 - 2019/09/22
1x6 2019/09/22 - 2019/09/23
1x7 2019/09/23
1x8 2019/09/23
1x9 2019/09/23 - 2019/09/24
Misremembered the month, whoops!
 

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Hey guys. My daughter is in the hospital and I'll be taking some time off work. Because of this, I'll be able to get the Human Target timeline completed and can also do the Watchmen series timeline if @Pro Bot is cool with that?
Let me know.
Thank ya's!
Edit: I made a Y: The Last Man timeline if anyone is interested in that as well..
 

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Hey guys. My daughter is in the hospital and I'll be taking some time off work. Because of this, I'll be able to get the Human Target timeline completed and can also do the Watchmen series timeline if @Pro Bot is cool with that?
Let me know.
Thank ya's!
Edit: I made a Y: The Last Man timeline if anyone is interested in that as well..
Hope she will be okay! I understand. Take all the time you need.
 

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Hey guys. My daughter is in the hospital and I'll be taking some time off work. Because of this, I'll be able to get the Human Target timeline completed and can also do the Watchmen series timeline if @Pro Bot is cool with that?
Let me know.
Thank ya's!
Edit: I made a Y: The Last Man timeline if anyone is interested in that as well..
Oh crap I missed this. Hope she's okay! Of course you can do a Watchmen HBO timeline if that's what you'd like!
 

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Pretty irrelevant discussion, but...
We never really got an explanation of the Jerome clone from Gotham S2. Now that Jeremiah became the Joker, sorta leaves you wondering what happened to this fella.

Well, in any case, Jerome, Jerome (Clone) and Jeremiah is a total of three, and I'm sure you're all aware of the three Jokers retcon and comic book.


Jeremiah Valeska - The Criminal
Jerome Valeska - The Clown
Jerome Valeska (Clone) - The Comedian

Just a thought. Coincidently, the Clown version of the character dies in the comic.

Still want to see a Gotham S6 comic book, but like Gotham Central where it focuses on the GCPD in a world with Batman. We got a Smallville sequel, we got a Batman 89 sequel, we got a Superman 78 sequel, so why can't we get a Gotham comic book?
 
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Pretty irrelevant discussion, but...
We never really got an explanation of the Jerome clone from Gotham S2. Now that Jeremiah became the Joker, sorta leaves you wondering what happened to this fella.

Well, in any case, Jerome, Jerome (Clone) and Jeremiah is a total of three, and I'm sure you're all aware of the three Jokers retcon and comic book.


Jeremiah Valeska - The Criminal
Jerome Valeska - The Clown
Jerome Valeska (Clone) - The Comedian

Just a thought. Coincidently, the Clown version of the character dies in the comic.

Still want to see a Gotham S6 comic book, but like Gotham Central where it focuses on the GCPD in a world with Batman. We got a Smallville sequel, we got a Batman 89 sequel, we got a Superman 78 sequel, so why can't we get a Gotham comic book?
Or, hot take, Gotham is Arrowverse canon.

My connections/continuity corrections based on vague info:
*No Man's Land inadvertently destroyed many records of Gotham criminals; giving many of them more mystery to their origins and a "clean slate".
*Jerome clone became Jack Napier, Jeremiah Valeska is dead by late-2002/early-2003.
*Pamela "Ivy" Pepper (maiden name via mum is "Isley"; the surname "Pepper" came from the Mario Pepper asshole her mother married) changed her name from Ivy Pepper to Pamela Isley. The whole thing about her getting powers at Gotham University was horse hockey and she used Marc LeGrand as her scapegoat to cover up her past.
*Renee Montoya is late-50s and despite earning a job as a police detective, she still had to study to become a police officer (DIFFERENT requirements) in the 2000s.
*Lee Thompkins dies in 2002 (killed?). Jim Gordon quits as commissioner briefly, his old boss Loeb takes over (via the "Commissioner Loeb" line in the season 1 finale of Batwoman), but Jimbo changes his mind and gets his job back after Loeb dies. He marries Barbara and in 2003 JJ Gordon is born. JJ leaving body parts in Barbara's loft and getting admitted makes Jim Gordon divorce Barbara and quit as commissioner for good; replaced by Forbes.
*The Mario Falcone in Batwoman 3x12 is the son of Sofia Falcone, named after her brother whom she really cared about in Gotham.
*Mouse aka John Cartwright is a clone of Jane Cartwright due to her brother August finding about his sister's death and having someone like Hugo Strange(?) clone her into his 'son'. (Why else would August shelter Mouse from the world like he did? The show never answered that, but that's my reasoning.)
*Batwoman's Magpie is the adopted sister of Reagan (Tommy Elliot's bartender and Kate's ex) since her mother (who the daughter inherited the OCD shiny obsession from) was killed by Penguin in 1991.
*Arrow's Cyrus Gold is Sonny Gilzean, Athena of the Thanatos Guild is Gotham's Nyssa al Ghul, there was a copycat Executioner in 2019, Pyg survived getting shot in the head because of metal plates.

Convoluted? You know it, but most things in the Arrowverse get that convoluted if not more.
 
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*Jerome clone became Jack Napier, Jeremiah Valeska is dead by late-2002/early-2003.
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Well, it's said Batman killed the Joker but others think he's still in Arkham. Instead of Jeremiah being dead, have both of them live. One of them gets captured and is currently imprisoned in Arkham. The other was killed by Batman who then left Gotham behind (similar to Titans).
 
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Also, Nora never died. She got some big cracks in her, but Hugo Strange probably 'fixed' her at some point between 1991 and the 2000s.
 
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