Oh... my... https://boundingintocomics.com/2019/06/12/alleged-set-photo-from-dc-universes-stargirl-heavily-implies-series-set-in-same-universe-as-titans-and-doom-patrol/Can't post the image, but there was a set photo for Stargirl that leaked that had a Rita Farr poster in view.
I didn't want to link that site because it's....fairly political and negative.Oh... my... https://boundingintocomics.com/2019/06/12/alleged-set-photo-from-dc-universes-stargirl-heavily-implies-series-set-in-same-universe-as-titans-and-doom-patrol/
Next thing you know, it goes from a fun show to...
If Swamp Thing ends up having no references, is it worth calling it the same universe? I guess it is, personally. It would seem inconsistent, but then again, Black Lightning is a CW DC show that's not Arrowverse.Swamp Thing is the only one that stands out, but I don't see any reason to remove it yet.
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pennyworth_(TV_series) episode 1-5 titles.The official Twitter page for Pennyworth liked a Tweet claiming (from a fan) that Gotham shares the same universe.
I'll wait a little longer for an official statement... because this might not mean much.
There wasn't. I messed up again because I'm trying to also multi-task with heaps with real life work at the same time.March 21
Swamp Thing 1x04, “Darkness on the Edge of Town” (0:05:05 - 0:42:17)
Swamp Thing 1x05, “Drive All Night” (0:00:00 - 0:04:15)
Swamp Thing 1x05, “Drive All Night” (0:05:19 - 0:11:30)
Swamp Thing 1x05, “Drive All Night” (0:11:31 - 0:24:40)
Swamp Thing 1x05, “Drive All Night” (0:24:41 - 0:41:51)
Swamp Thing 1x05, “Drive All Night” (0:41:52 - 0:44:56) [Dream]
Swamp Thing 1x05, “Drive All Night” (0:44:57 - 0:51:00)
I've probably missed something, but i didn't notice a two day time jump.
"twenty-something years before Gotham"Pennyworth is in 1969 based on a recent video where Jack Bannon (Alfred's actor) said he's 26 in the show; Alfred Pennyworth's canon birthday is in 1943. That could change, but this is 100% the 60s, so I went with it.
I'll explain the Gotham years later. I'm in the middle of something.
That and Mr Freeze's line in his debut episode where he says "Thursday, February 21st" - 1991 best fits that bill for Gotham's second year. Plus, the "Friday the 27th" (said in the Red Queen episode) fits September of that same year perfectly."twenty-something years before Gotham"