The Halloween Multiverse Timeline

tabascoman77

Well-Known Member
HALLOWEEN MULTIVERSE TIMELINE

Right in time for October and Halloween, I give you the Halloween Multiverse!

This covers all films/comics in the Halloween franchise and their respective timelines. It includes:

FILMS:
-------

Halloween (1978)
Halloween II (1981)
Halloween III: Season of the Witch (1982)
Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers (1988)
Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers (1989)
Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers (1995)
Halloween H20: 20 Years Later (1998)
Halloween: Resurrection (2002)
Halloween (2007)
Halloween II (2009)
Halloween (2018)
Halloween Kills (2021)
Halloween Ends (2022)

COMICS:
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Halloween #1 (2000)
Halloween II: The Blackest Eyes (2001)
Halloween III: The Devil's Eyes (2001)
Halloween: One Good Scare (2003)
Halloween: Autopsis (2006)
Halloween: Nightdance (2008)
Halloween: 30 Years of Terror (2008)
Halloween: The First Death of Laurie Strode (2008)


NOTE: I am attempting to nail down a few of the comics. As soon as I can get them, I will add them...but, for now, everything is looking good and I am releasing the timeline as is.

I have read that there are young adult novels -- but that they have no linked continuity to any of the main stories in the franchise. I may include them if I can find them. If I can't, then they will remain excluded until I can locate them.

Anyhow, enjoy!

THE CARPENTER/AKKAD UNIVERSE

162?

???
Halloween #2: The Blackest Eyes (2001)
(pg. 12: panels 3 & 4 only, no narration)

1957

???
Halloween #2: The Blackest Eyes (2001)
(pg. 12: panel 5 only, no narration)

November 1st
Halloween #2: The Blackest Eyes (2001)
(pg. 14: panels 3 - 6, no narration)

1961?

November 1st
Halloween #2: The Blackest Eyes (2001)
(pg. 15: first panel, no narration)

1963

October 31st
Halloween (1978) (0:02:09 - 0:02:22) (audio only)
Halloween (1978) (0:02:23 - 0:07:00)

November ???
Halloween #2: The Blackest Eyes (2001)
(pg. 15: panel 5, no narration)

November 5th
Halloween #1 (2000)
(pg. 2 - last two panels, Loomis narration ONLY, pg. 3 - Loomis narration ONLY)
Halloween #1 (2000) (pg. 8)

November 12th
Halloween #1 (2000)
(pg. 9 - 10: No Loomis narration)
Halloween #1 (2000) (pg. 11: First three panels, no Loomis narration)

November 13th
Halloween #1 (2000)
(pg. 11: Rest of page, no Loomis narration, pg. 12: first two panels, no Loomis narration)

???
Halloween #1 (2000)
(pg. 12: 3rd & 4th panels, no Loomis narration)

1964?

???
Halloween II (1981) (0:47:19 - 0:47:23) (audio only)
Halloween II (1981) (0:47:24 - 0:47:33)
Halloween II (1981) (0:47:36 - 0:47:44)

November 1st
Halloween #1 (2000)
(pg. 12: Birthday panels, no Loomis narration)
Halloween #1 (2000) (pg. 13: no Loomis narration)

December 1st
Halloween #1 (2000)
(pg. 14: First panel only, no Loomis narration)

1968

???
Halloween: One Good Scare (2003)
(pg. 7, panels 3 - 5, 7 - 8)
Halloween: One Good Scare (2003) (pg. 8 - 9)
Halloween: One Good Scare (2003) (pg. 10, first half of first panel, no narration)

196?

???
Halloween #1 (2000)
(pg. 15: Right side patient panels only, no Loomis narration)

1970

October ???
Halloween #1 (2000)
(pg. 15: Left side Michael panels only, no Loomis narration)

October 31st
Halloween #1 (2000)
(pg. 15: Loomis arguing panels only, pg. 16 - 18: no Loomis narration, pg. 19: first panel only)

November ???
Halloween #1 (2000)
(pg. 19, panels 2 - 5 ONLY, no Loomis narration)

???
Halloween #1 (2000)
(pg. 7 - 9, 11 - 14, 15 - 19 Loomis narration ONLY)

1978

???
Halloween: Autopsis
(pg. 2 - 3, no narration)

October 30th
Halloween (1978) (0:07:01 - 0:07:18) (audio only)
Halloween (1978) (0:07:19 - 0:11:07)

October 31st
Halloween (1978) (0:11:08 - 1:28:41)
Halloween II (1981) (0:03:17 - 0:04:17)
Halloween II (1981) (0:07:18 - 0:47:18)
Halloween II (1981) (0:47:19 - 0:47:23) (video only)
Halloween II (1981) (0:47:34 - 0:47:35)
Halloween II (1981) (0:47:45 - 1:26:35)

November 1st
Halloween II (1981) (1:26:36 - 1:28:23)


1988

October 30th
Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers (1988) (0:00:14 - 0:11:41)

October 31st
Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers (1988) (0:00:14 - 1:22:33)
Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers (1989) (0:03:19 - 0:05:48)
Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers (1988) (1:22:34 - 1:23:18)
Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers (1989) (0:07:26 - 0:07:27)
Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers (1989) (0:07:29 - 0:07:35)
Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers (1989) (0:07:44 - 0:07:45)
Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers (1989) (0:07:49 - 0:07:54)
Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers (1989) (0:08:12 - 0:08:13)
Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers (1989) (0:08:15 - 0:08:15)
Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers (1989) (0:08:19 - 0:08:26)
Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers (1989) (0:08:29 - 0:08:29)
Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers (1989) (0:08:31 - 0:08:32)
Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers (1989) (0:08:34 - 0:08:34)


1989

October 30th
Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers (1989) (0:05:54 - 0:06:26)
Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers (1988) (1:23:19 - 1:23:55)
Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers (1989) (0:06:27 - 0:06:54)
Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers (1988) (1:24:11 - 1:24:51)
Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers (1989) (0:06:55 - 0:07:25)
Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers (1989) (0:07:28 - 0:07:28)
Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers (1989) (0:07:36 - 0:07:43)
Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers (1989) (0:07:46 - 0:07:48)
Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers (1989) (0:07:55 - 0:08:11)
Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers (1989) (0:08:14 - 0:08:14)
Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers (1989) (0:08:16 - 0:08:18)
Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers (1989) (0:08:27 - 0:08:28)
Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers (1989) (0:08:30 - 0:08:30)
Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers (1989) (0:08:33 - 0:08:33)
Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers (1989) (0:08:35 - 0:10:06)


October 31st
Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers (1989) (0:10:07 - 1:33:52)


1993

???
Halloween: Autopsis
(pg. 4, no narration)
Halloween: Autopsis (pg. 5, 1st two panels only, no narration)

???
Halloween: Autopsis
(pg. 5, last panel only, no narration)
Halloween: Autopsis (pg. 6, no narration)
Halloween: Autopsis (pg. 7, no narration)

???
Halloween: Autopsis
(pg. 9, no narration)

???
Halloween: Autopsis
(pg. 10, last two panels only, no narration)

???
Halloween: Autopsis
(pg. 11 - 13, no narration)

???
Halloween: Autopsis
(pg. 15 - 22, no narration)
Halloween: Autopsis (pg. 25, last two panels only, no narration)
Halloween: Autopsis (pg. 8, no narration)
Halloween: Autopsis (pg. 14, no narration)
Halloween: Autopsis (pg. 23)
Halloween: Autopsis (pg. 24)

???
Halloween: Autopsis
(pg. 25, 1st two panels only, no narration)

???
Halloween: Autopsis
(pg. 2 - 10, pg. 12 - 22, pg. 24 - 25, narration only)

1995

October 30th
Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers (1995) (0:00:29 - 0:00:37)
Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers (1995) (0:00:57 - 0:19:57)

October 31st
Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers (1995) (0:19:58 - 1:25:07)


1996

October 30th
Halloween #1 (2000)
(pg. 2 - up to last two panels)
Halloween #1 (2000) (pg. 2 - last two panels, art ONLY, pg. 3 - art ONLY, pg. 4, first three panels)
Halloween #1 (2000) (pg. 6 - 7, until last panel, last panel: art only, no narration)
Halloween #1 (2000) (pg. 14: Panels 2 - 7 only)

October 31st
Halloween #1 (2000)
(pg. 19, Last panel ONLY, pg. 20 - 23)
Halloween #2: The Blackest Eyes (2001) (pg. 3)
Halloween #2: The Blackest Eyes (2001) (pg. 4: last panel only)
Halloween #2: The Blackest Eyes (2001) (pg. 5 - 11)
Halloween #2: The Blackest Eyes (2001) (pg. 12: first two panels, panels 3 - 5 narration only, last panels)
Halloween #2: The Blackest Eyes (2001) (pg. 13)
Halloween #2: The Blackest Eyes (2001) (pg. 14: first two panels, remaining panels, narration only)
Halloween #2: The Blackest Eyes (2001) (pg. 15: panels 1 - 2: narration only)
Halloween #2: The Blackest Eyes (2001) (pg. 15: panels 3 - 4)
Halloween #2: The Blackest Eyes (2001) (pg. 15: panel 5, narration only)
Halloween #2: The Blackest Eyes (2001) (pg. 15: panels 6 - 7)
Halloween #2: The Blackest Eyes (2001) (pg. 16 - 22)
Halloween #2: The Blackest Eyes (2001) (pg. 23, panels 1 - 3 only)

1997

January ???
Halloween #2: The Blackest Eyes (2001)
(pg. 23, panels 4 - 5 only)

2001

October 30th
Halloween #3: The Devil's Eyes (2001)
(pg. 4 - 5)

October 31st
Halloween #3: The Devil's Eyes (2001)
(pg. 6 - 19)
Halloween #3: The Devil's Eyes (2001) (pg. 20, first two panels, three eyeball panels only)
Halloween: One Good Scare (2003) (pg. 11, no narration)
Halloween: One Good Scare (2003) (pg. 12, 5th panel, no narration)

November 28th
Halloween #3: The Devil's Eyes (2001)
(pg. 20 - 21)

2002

October ???
Halloween: One Good Scare (2003)
(pg. 4, no narration)
Halloween: One Good Scare (2003) (pg. 24, last 5 panels)
Halloween: One Good Scare (2003) (pg. 25, narration only)
Halloween: One Good Scare (2003) (5 - 6, no narration)
Halloween: One Good Scare (2003) (pg. 7, first two panels)
Halloween: One Good Scare (2003) (pg. 10, 2nd half of first panel, no narration)

October ???
Halloween: One Good Scare (2003)
(pg. 10, no narration)
Halloween: One Good Scare (2003) (pg. 11, narration only)
Halloween: One Good Scare (2003) (pg. 12, 1st 4 panels)
Halloween: One Good Scare (2003) (pg. 12, 5th panel, narration only)

October ???
Halloween: One Good Scare (2003)
(pg. 12, last panel, no narration)
Halloween: One Good Scare (2003) (pg. 13, no narration)

2003

October 31st
Halloween: One Good Scare (2003)
(pg. 14, no narration)
Halloween: One Good Scare (2003) (pg. 2, no narration)
Halloween: One Good Scare (2003) (pg. 15, no narration)
Halloween: One Good Scare (2003) (pg. 16)
Halloween: One Good Scare (2003) (pg. 3, no narration)
Halloween: One Good Scare (2003) (pg. 17, no narration)
Halloween: One Good Scare (2003) (pg. 18)
Halloween: One Good Scare (2003) (pg. 19, no narration)
Halloween: One Good Scare (2003) (pg. 20)
Halloween: One Good Scare (2003) (pg. 21 - 23, no narration)
Halloween: One Good Scare (2003) (pg. 24, first two panels, no narration)
Halloween: One Good Scare (2003) (pg. 2 - 3, narration only)
Halloween: One Good Scare (2003) (pg. 5, narration only)
Halloween: One Good Scare (2003) (pg. 7, narration only)
Halloween: One Good Scare (2003) (pg. 10, narration only)
Halloween: One Good Scare (2003) (pg. 12 - 15, narration only)
Halloween: One Good Scare (2003) (pg. 17, narration only)
Halloween: One Good Scare (2003) (pg. 19, narration only)
Halloween: One Good Scare (2003) (pg. 21 - 25, narration only)

November 1st
Halloween: One Good Scare (2003)
(pg. 25, no narration)

THE STANDALONE/ANTHOLOGY UNIVERSE

1982

October 23rd
Halloween III: Season of the Witch (1982) (0:02:47 - 0:17:45)

October 24th
Halloween III: Season of the Witch (1982) (0:17:46 - 0:19:32)

October 27th
Halloween III: Season of the Witch (1982) (0:19:33 - 0:20:49)

October 29th
Halloween III: Season of the Witch (1982) (0:20:50 - 0:45:24)

October 30th
Halloween III: Season of the Witch (1982) (0:45:25 - 1:02:59)

October 31st
Halloween III: Season of the Witch (1982) (1:03:00 - 1:34:52)


LAURIE STRODE RETCONNED #1 - H20 UNIVERSE

1963

October 31st
Halloween (1978) (0:02:09 - 0:02:22) (audio only)
Halloween (1978) (0:02:23 - 0:07:00)


196?

???
Halloween II (1981) (0:47:19 - 0:47:23) (audio only)
Halloween II (1981) (0:47:24 - 0:47:33)
Halloween II (1981) (0:47:36 - 0:47:44)


1978

October 30th
Halloween (1978) (0:07:01 - 0:07:18) (audio only)
Halloween (1978) (0:07:19 - 0:11:07)

October 31st
Halloween (1978) (0:11:08 - 1:28:41)
Halloween II (1981) (0:03:17 - 0:04:17)
Halloween II (1981) (0:07:18 - 0:47:18)
Halloween II (1981) (0:47:19 - 0:47:23) (video only)
Halloween II (1981) (0:47:34 - 0:47:35)
Halloween II (1981) (0:47:45 - 1:26:35)

November 1st
Halloween II (1981) (1:26:36 - 1:28:23)


198?

October 31st
Halloween: Nightdance #4
(pg. 2, first three panels, no narration)

1998

October 29th
Halloween H20: 20 Years Later (1998) (0:00:13 - 0:00:21) (audio only)
Halloween H20: 20 Years Later (1998) (0:00:22 - 0:09:29)

October 30th
Halloween H20: 20 Years Later (1998) (0:09:30 - 0:13:19)

October 31st
Halloween H20: 20 Years Later (1998) (0:13:20 - 1:15:09)
Halloween: Resurrection (2002) (0:03:45 - 0:03:47) (video only)
Halloween: Resurrection (2002) (0:03:48 - 0:03:54)
Halloween: Resurrection (2002) (0:04:37 - 0:04:43)
Halloween: Resurrection (2002) (0:03:55 - 0:04:06)
Halloween H20: 20 Years Later (1998) (0:15:10 - 1:20:47)
Halloween: Resurrection (2002) (0:04:07 - 0:04:19)
Halloween: Resurrection (2002) (0:04:23 - 0:04:29)


1999

March ???
Halloween: Nightdance #2
(pg. 2, no narration)
Halloween: Nightdance #3 (pg. 2, no narration)
Halloween: Nightdance #3 (pg. 3, last 6 panels, no narration)
Halloween: Nightdance #3 (pg. 4 & 7, no narration)

2000

October 29th
Halloween: Nightdance #1
(pg. 2 - 3)

October 30th
Halloween: Nightdance #1
(pg. 4 - 20)
Halloween: Nightdance #1 (pg. 21, first 4 panels only)

October 31st
Halloween: Nightdance #1
(pg. 21, last 2 panels)
Halloween: Nightdance #1 (pg. 22 - 23)
Halloween: Nightdance #2 (pg. 2, narration only)
Halloween: Nightdance #2 (pg. 3 - 23)
Halloween: Nightdance #3 (pg. 2, narration only)
Halloween: Nightdance #3 (pg. 3, first panel only)
Halloween: Nightdance #3 (pg. 4, first 3 panels)
Halloween: Nightdance #3 (pg. 4, panel 4, narration only)
Halloween: Nightdance #3 (pg. 4, panels 5 & 6)
Halloween: Nightdance #3 (pg. 4, panel 7, narration only)
Halloween: Nightdance #3 (pg. 5 - 23)
Halloween: Nightdance #4 (pg. 2, first three panels, narration only)
Halloween: Nightdance #4 (pg. 3 - 19)

November 1st
Halloween: Nightdance #4
(pg. 20 - 23)

2001

October 31st
Halloween: Resurrection (2002) (0:01:31 - 0:03:44)
Halloween: Resurrection (2002) (0:03:45 - 0:03:47) (audio only)
Halloween: Resurrection (2002) (0:04:20 - 0:04:22)
Halloween: Resurrection (2002) (0:04:30 - 0:04:36)
Halloween: Resurrection (2002) (0:04:44 - 0:16:39)


2002

October 30th
Halloween: Resurrection (2002) (0:16:44 - 0:25:38)

October 31st
Halloween: Resurrection (2002) (0:25:39 - 1:25:16)


THE ROB ZOMBIE UNIVERSE

1989

???
Halloween (2007) (0:37:39 - 0:37:46) (Movies on projector only)


1990

???
Halloween (2007) (1:55:12 - 1:55:16) (Movies on projector only, no audio)

???
Halloween (2007) (0:37:55 - 0:37:58) (Movies on projector only)

???
Halloween (2007) (0:38:13 - 0:38:18) (Movies on projector only)
Halloween (2007) (0:38:28 - 0:38:39) (Movies on projector only)

October 31st
Halloween (2007) (0:00:38 - 0:26:43)


1991

September ???
Halloween (2007) (0:26:48 - 0:28:28)

September ???
Halloween (2007) (0:28:29 - 0:30:00)

November ???
Halloween (2007) (0:30:01 - 0:30:58)

November ???
Halloween (2007) (0:30:59 - 0:32:39)

December ???
Halloween (2007) (0:32:40 - 0:33:19)

December ???
Halloween II (2009) (0:00:26 - 0:00:35)
Halloween II (2009) (0:00:36 - 0:00:38) (video only)
Halloween II (2009) (0:00:36 - 0:00:38) (audio only)
Halloween II (2009) (0:00:39 - 0:01:38)


1992

January ???
Halloween (2007) (0:33:20 - 0:33:28)

January ???
Halloween (2007) (0:33:29 - 0:34:35)

January ???
Halloween (2007) (0:34:36 - 0:34:45)

January ???
Halloween (2007) (0:34:46 - 0:38:39)

January ???
Halloween II (2009) (0:34:52 - 0:35:09) (video on screen only)


1994?

???
Halloween II (2009) (1:35:31 - 1:35:32)
Halloween II (2009) (1:35:36 - 1:35:38)
Halloween II (2009) (1:35:41 - 1:35:44)


2007

October 30th
Halloween (2007) (0:38:44 - 0:38:39)
Halloween (2007) (0:40:17 - 0:40:22) (video only)
Halloween (2007) (0:40:17 - 0:40:22) (audio only)
Halloween (2007) (0:40:23 - 0:41:57)
Halloween (2007) (0:41:58 - 0:42:06) (video only)
Halloween (2007) (0:41:58 - 0:42:06) (audio only)
Halloween (2007) (0:42:07 - 0:53:59)

October 31st
Halloween (2007) (0:53:50 - 1:55:11)


2009

October 29th
Halloween II (2009) (0:01:46 - 0:24:45) (Laurie's nightmare of how she thought 2007 ended)
Halloween II (2009) (0:24:46 - 0:47:16)

October 30th
Halloween II (2009) (0:47:20 - 1:03:27)

October 31st
Halloween II (2009) (1:03:32 - 1:13:40)
Halloween II (2009) (1:22:17 - 1:22:20) (late night show footage)
Halloween II (2009) (1:22:21 - 1:22:22) (audio only)
Halloween II (2009) (1:22:23 - 1:22:27) (late night show footage)
Halloween II (2009) (1:22:28 - 1:22:32) (audio only)
Halloween II (2009) (1:22:33 - 1:22:35) (late night show footage)
Halloween II (2009) (1:22:36 - 1:22:38) (audio only)
Halloween II (2009) (1:22:39 - 1:22:42) (late night show footage)
Halloween II (2009) (1:22:43 - 1:22:45) (audio only)
Halloween II (2009) (1:22:46 - 1:22:48) (late night show footage)
Halloween II (2009) (1:22:49 - 1:22:52) (audio only)
Halloween II (2009) (1:22:53 - 1:22:56) (late night show footage)

Halloween II (2009) (1:01:41 - 1:35:30)
Halloween II (2009) (1:35:33 - 1:35:35)
Halloween II (2009) (1:35:39 - 1:35:40)
Halloween II (2009) (1:35:45 - 1:48:37)


???
Halloween II (2009) (1:35:38 - 1:50:17)


LAURIE STRODE RETCONNED UNIVERSE #2 - CARPENTER/GREEN-VERSE

1963

October 31st
Halloween (1978) (0:02:09 - 0:02:22) (audio only)
Halloween (1978) (0:02:23 - 0:07:00)


1978

October 30th
Halloween (1978) (0:07:01 - 0:07:18) (audio only)
Halloween (1978) (0:07:19 - 0:11:07)

October 31st
Halloween (1978) (0:11:08 - 1:28:41)
Halloween Kills (2021) (0:03:16 - 0:12:31)
Halloween Kills (2021) (1:14:46 - 1:14:57) (video only)
Halloween Kills (2021) (1:15:01 - 1:15:08)
Halloween Kills (2021) (1:20:45 - 1:21:32)


1979

January 22nd
Halloween (2018) (0:21:20 - 0:22:06) (audio only)


2018

October 30th
Halloween (2018) (0:01:13 - 0:07:03)
Halloween (2018) (0:08:49 - 0:21:19)
Halloween (2018) (0:21:20 - 0:22:06) (video only)
Halloween (2018) (0:22:07 - 0:32:56)

October 31st
Halloween (2018) (0:33:01 - 1:40:42)
Halloween Kills (2021) (0:01:20 - 0:03:15)
Halloween Kills (2021) (0:14:15 - 1:14:28)
Halloween Kills (2021) (1:14:29 - 1:14:57) (audio only)
Halloween Kills (2021) (1:14:58 - 1:15:00)
Halloween Kills (2021) (1:15:09 - 1:20:44)
Halloween Kills (2021) (1:21:33 - 1:40:11)


2019

October 31st
Halloween Ends (2022) (0:01:25 - 0:09:47)
Halloween Ends (2022) (0:12:56 - 0:13:05)
Halloween Ends (2022) (0:13:06 - 0:13:13) (video only)


2020?

October 31st
Halloween Ends (2022) (0:13:14 - 0:13:18)


2021?

October 31st
Halloween Ends (2022) (0:13:19 - 0:13:33) (video only)


2022

October ???
Halloween Ends (2022) (0:13:34 - 0:13:42) (video only)

October 27th
Halloween Ends (2022) (0:13:43 - 0:13:47)
Halloween Ends (2022) (0:13:48 - 0:13:52) (video only)
Halloween Ends (2022) (0:13:53 - 0:14:00) (video only)
Halloween Ends (2022) (0:14:07 - 0:14:17)
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Halloween Ends (2022) (0:38:49 - 0:43:00)
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Halloween Ends (2022) (1:01:11 - 1:01:14) (audio only)
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October 31st
Halloween Ends (2022) (1:10:16 - 1:13:46)
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Halloween Ends (2022) (1:13:55 - 1:13:59) (audio only)
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ItzStitch626

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I am actually entertaining the idea. I just have to get a hold of all the media first. I think there were comics, too. Also, did the TV shows have anything to do with their universe?
im not sure. ill look into it

edit: okay so for the friday the 13th tv series, this what it hasta say "Mancuso, Jr. never intended to link the television show directly to the film series, but he utilized "the idea of Friday the 13th, which is that it symbolizes bad luck and curses". The creators wanted to tie‑in Jason's trademark hockey mask to the series, but the idea was discarded so that the show could have a chance to exist on its own."

edit: for the nightmare on elm street series, its anthology
 
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tabascoman77

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im not sure. ill look into it

edit: okay so for the friday the 13th tv series, this what it hasta say "Mancuso, Jr. never intended to link the television show directly to the film series, but he utilized "the idea of Friday the 13th, which is that it symbolizes bad luck and curses". The creators wanted to tie‑in Jason's trademark hockey mask to the series, but the idea was discarded so that the show could have a chance to exist on its own."

edit: for the nightmare on elm street series, its anthology

Yeah...I may leave them out...I mean, if it's name only.
 

Lucid_Dreamer

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Great timeline, I always find it odd that Halloween has a suprisingly convoluted timeline.

couple of things though:

1) my understanding is that Halloween (2018) is based on the original edit of Halloween (1978), as Halloween 2 (1981) is actually a sequel to the TV edit of Halloween '78 which included extra plot details which Halloween '18 outright makes non-canon

2) I think I heard that one of the comics ties the Thorn trilogy and the H20 movies into the same timeline? although I havent read them so I couldnt say for certain
 

Pro Bot

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Yeah...I may leave them out...I mean, if it's name only.
The Nightmare series is connected but it sorta contradicts the movies. I think you could argue that the first Freddy episode, which is a flashback to his origin, is told from his perspective hence the small inconsistencies. I don't think it's fair to say that it isn't canon at all because it does try to tie-in with the films. The Friday the 13th TV series isn't though.

I would suggest leaving the Freddy vs Jason vs Ash comic out and including every other comic tie-in instead (which are contradicted by said comic). Otherwise we're looking at including almost all Dynamite Comics because of crossovers as well as the Chucky films and Hatchet. I feel more inclined to believe that's an alternate universe where some of these films happen differently.

I would argue that at the very least, the Nightmare/Friday films share a multiverse with Evil Dead, Halloween, Child's Play, Hatchet, and Texas Chainsaw because of all the Easter Eggs between those films and even the Friday the 13th video game. I've always maintained that they should all have separate timelines and then make a combined timeline just for fun.

Just as an example, the Friday the 13th video game references Hatchet, which references Jason Voorhees and Leslie Vernon and connects with Frozen, with Leslie Vernon referencing Jason, Freddy, Michael, Chucky and features "Billy", with Chucky referencing Freddy, Jason, Michael (4-6), and Leatherface, with Texas Chainsaw character Stretch appearing in Hatchet III under a different alias (thus connecting Texas 1-4 and 2022), and Evil Dead tying into Jason Goes to Hell. Leatherface is also referenced in one of the Friday the 13th comics. It's basically a giant mess of horror films, lol. I think it would be fun eventually having 50 horror films on one timeline, but it isn't really necessary.
 

Pro Bot

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2) I think I heard that one of the comics ties the Thorn trilogy and the H20 movies into the same timeline? although I havent read them so I couldnt say for certain
It ties into a version of H20 but it's not the same universe. It doesn't exactly fit timeline-wise and Resurrection can't happen because Laurie lost an eye and Michael is supposedly dead.
 

tabascoman77

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Great timeline, I always find it odd that Halloween has a suprisingly convoluted timeline.

couple of things though:

1) my understanding is that Halloween (2018) is based on the original edit of Halloween (1978), as Halloween 2 (1981) is actually a sequel to the TV edit of Halloween '78 which included extra plot details which Halloween '18 outright makes non-canon

2) I think I heard that one of the comics ties the Thorn trilogy and the H20 movies into the same timeline? although I havent read them so I couldnt say for certain

I think you're right about it connecting the H20 films into the Thorn Trilogy. I'm not quite sure which one. Somebody told me it was the "Death of Laurie Strode" comic.
 

Jozaca

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The Nightmare series is connected but it sorta contradicts the movies. I think you could argue that the first Freddy episode, which is a flashback to his origin, is told from his perspective hence the small inconsistencies. I don't think it's fair to say that it isn't canon at all because it does try to tie-in with the films. The Friday the 13th TV series isn't though.

I would suggest leaving the Freddy vs Jason vs Ash comic out and including every other comic tie-in instead (which are contradicted by said comic). Otherwise we're looking at including almost all Dynamite Comics because of crossovers as well as the Chucky films and Hatchet. I feel more inclined to believe that's an alternate universe where some of these films happen differently.

I would argue that at the very least, the Nightmare/Friday films share a multiverse with Evil Dead, Halloween, Child's Play, Hatchet, and Texas Chainsaw because of all the Easter Eggs between those films and even the Friday the 13th video game. I've always maintained that they should all have separate timelines and then make a combined timeline just for fun.

Just as an example, the Friday the 13th video game references Hatchet, which references Jason Voorhees and Leslie Vernon and connects with Frozen, with Leslie Vernon referencing Jason, Freddy, Michael, Chucky and features "Billy", with Chucky referencing Freddy, Jason, Michael (4-6), and Leatherface, with Texas Chainsaw character Stretch appearing in Hatchet III under a different alias (thus connecting Texas 1-4 and 2022), and Evil Dead tying into Jason Goes to Hell. Leatherface is also referenced in one of the Friday the 13th comics. It's basically a giant mess of horror films, lol. I think it would be fun eventually having 50 horror films on one timeline, but it isn't really necessary.
I mean, if he adds all the other horror films it would just be your Slasherverse timeline
 

tabascoman77

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The Nightmare series is connected but it sorta contradicts the movies. I think you could argue that the first Freddy episode, which is a flashback to his origin, is told from his perspective hence the small inconsistencies. I don't think it's fair to say that it isn't canon at all because it does try to tie-in with the films. The Friday the 13th TV series isn't though.

I would suggest leaving the Freddy vs Jason vs Ash comic out and including every other comic tie-in instead (which are contradicted by said comic). Otherwise we're looking at including almost all Dynamite Comics because of crossovers as well as the Chucky films and Hatchet. I feel more inclined to believe that's an alternate universe where some of these films happen differently.

I would argue that at the very least, the Nightmare/Friday films share a multiverse with Evil Dead, Halloween, Child's Play, Hatchet, and Texas Chainsaw because of all the Easter Eggs between those films and even the Friday the 13th video game. I've always maintained that they should all have separate timelines and then make a combined timeline just for fun.

Just as an example, the Friday the 13th video game references Hatchet, which references Jason Voorhees and Leslie Vernon and connects with Frozen, with Leslie Vernon referencing Jason, Freddy, Michael, Chucky and features "Billy", with Chucky referencing Freddy, Jason, Michael (4-6), and Leatherface, with Texas Chainsaw character Stretch appearing in Hatchet III under a different alias (thus connecting Texas 1-4 and 2022), and Evil Dead tying into Jason Goes to Hell. Leatherface is also referenced in one of the Friday the 13th comics. It's basically a giant mess of horror films, lol. I think it would be fun eventually having 50 horror films on one timeline, but it isn't really necessary.

I could do an "unofficial multiverse" on this page involving all the other continuities...but that's gonna take some digging...lol...
 

Pro Bot

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No need to do that, haha. I just meant on a technical sense, they're all loosely related in that some of these killers exist in the others' continuities. It makes sense to bunch them up on the same "multiverse" due to the shared existences across universes.

Oh, and of course an unofficial shared universe timeline to account for those connections too.
 

tabascoman77

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It would be the same movies, but it wouldn't be the same. There's already a timeline for the Child's Play movies on this site actually.

I saw that. I was gonna try to timeline that but, damn...I love the timeliners here.

Hey @Pro Bot: is there a TImeline section on this site? There should be one for all the timelines...LOL
 
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