Either Batman '89 is actually set in the comic multiverse and is a variation of the '89 universe or the events of Dark Crisis are so impactful they actually affect closely related multiverse clusters.
Even though Superman '38 was Earth-2 I'm pretty sure, but whatever I guess)
One of those (last one) is in the comic multiverse just wanna point out.Earth-89 - Batman I-IV, Catwoman, The Flash
Earth-96 - Superman I-IV, Supergirl, Superman Returns
Earth-789 - Superman I-IV, Supergirl, Batman I-II
Schumacher films could be separate from Earth-89 depending on The Flash
No point in having seperate threads anymore.
???I'm pretty positive we're getting a crossover comic between them, so definitely worth detailing that timeline. Based on that actually, would it be worth doing this?
Batman (1966-1968)/Wonder Woman (1975-1979) - Timeline
Earth-66 - Batman, The Green Hornet, Legends of the Superheroes
Earth-76 - Wonder Woman
Earth-66 - Batman, The Green Hornet, Wonder Woman, Legends of the Superheroes (Comics Multiverse)
Honestly? I'd rather count that as the same multiverse as live-action than a separate multiverse. Earth-F is an animated universe in the live-action multiverse for example. I think in general we decided to ignore that, as we did with Brave and the Bold's Batman '66 and '89 cameos.But there is not Earth 66 version from the 2 animated Earth 66 movies or anything like that in the Teen Titans Go vs Teen Titans scene with the variants from other animated universes? I found it weird since apparently every other animated universe appears.
Note: I haven't actually seen the movie, but I saw that it has cameos of DCAU Batman, The Batman (the 2003 animated series, not the Live action movie) Batman and Owlman from Crisis on Two Earths
Because if the general consensus is that Earth-789, which contains Superman '78 and Batman '89, is part of the comic multiverse only, then Earth-66, which contains the Batman '66 comics, would also be seperate.Yes, I know why you are considering that Earth-66, I was asking why you then are considering 2 Earth-66s instead of just one
They did haven't said anything about whatever or not The Joker and Penguin was still dead or alive and Superman 's own villains (except for Luthor) still alive or his own biological Kryptonian father and mother alive under Brainiac arc and do we even know Superman Returns and the Batman forever/Batman & Robin film is back in the Continuity or not. Do comics even matter now ?View attachment 888
I currently have this scene occurring in 1994 with the assumption that the Joker is just alive, such as how he was in Crisis on Infinite Earths (would have been a nice tie-in but the general consensus is that this is an alternate Earth exclusive to the comic multiverse). Would it make more sense taking place during Batman (1989)? I don't think there's any frame that matches this in the movie.