The Halloween Multiverse Timeline

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tabascoman77

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Damn! How'd I miss that? Nice work! Well, that probably skips me over to WestWorld or Independence Day. :)
 

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One Good Scare and Autopsis should take place in the H20 timeline.
1. Myers supposedly dies in Halloween #3: The Devil's Eyes - granted, this is Thorn Myers and he faked his death in H20. One Good Scare is set the following year. It also came out after Resurrection so logically it would be set in that timeline since it was the current one. Chaos Comics essentially tries to connect the Thorn timeline to a version of H20, which is why it is part of the Thorn timeline, which it continues directly, and not the H20 timeline, which it is inspired by.
2. Autopsis is mentioned in 30 Years of Terror.
 

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I love that Halloween Ends almost make Halloween III: Season of the Witch, the one movie that isn't supposed to be connected to Michael Myers, canon to the H40 Timeline.
There was an ending I wrote, that we never filmed, and it takes place at Silver Shamrock factory as it was spitting out witch, skeleton, and jack-o-lanterns masks… and then it started spitting out Michael Myers masks, but at the end of the day, I thought that’s just fan service for people who know what Silver Shamrock is.
Obviously they would have made films about Michael in-universe based on that logic. I feel Season of the Witch would have made more sense to connect to the Thorn Timeline, because of Mrs. Blankenship, Thorn/Silver Shamrock and the obvious number 3 in the title. Since that one is what would be considered canon in the "Slasherverse" then we already know that films were made about Michael Myers from the Hatchet comics - Hatchet II explicitly states that Jason Voorhees and Leslie Vernon are real killers don't forget.

Silver Shamrock masks also appeared in Halloween Kills with the same logo on them as well.
 

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One Good Scare and Autopsis should take place in the H20 timeline.
1. Myers supposedly dies in Halloween #3: The Devil's Eyes - granted, this is Thorn Myers and he faked his death in H20. One Good Scare is set the following year. It also came out after Resurrection so logically it would be set in that timeline since it was the current one. Chaos Comics essentially tries to connect the Thorn timeline to a version of H20, which is why it is part of the Thorn timeline, which it continues directly, and not the H20 timeline, which it is inspired by.
2. Autopsis is mentioned in 30 Years of Terror.
1978 - Halloween
1978 - Halloween II
1979 - Halloween: The First Death of Laurie Strode #1-2
1989 - Halloween: 30 Years of Terror, "Repetition Compulsion"
1990 - Halloween: 30 Years of Terror, "Trick of Treat"
1991 - Halloween: 30 Years of Terror, "P.O.V."
1993 - Halloween: Autopsis
1998 - Halloween H20: Twenty Years Later
2000 - Halloween: Nightdance #1-4
2001 - Halloween: 30 Years of Terror, 'Visiting Hours"
2001 - Halloween: Resurrection
2004 - Halloween: One Good Scare
2005 - Halloween: 30 Years of Terror, "Tommy and the Boogeyman"

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I love that Halloween Ends almost make Halloween III: Season of the Witch, the one movie that isn't supposed to be connected to Michael Myers, canon to the H40 Timeline.

Obviously they would have made films about Michael in-universe based on that logic. I feel Season of the Witch would have made more sense to connect to the Thorn Timeline, because of Mrs. Blankenship, Thorn/Silver Shamrock and the obvious number 3 in the title. Since that one is what would be considered canon in the "Slasherverse" then we already know that films were made about Michael Myers from the Hatchet comics - Hatchet II explicitly states that Jason Voorhees and Leslie Vernon are real killers don't forget.

Silver Shamrock masks also appeared in Halloween Kills with the same logo on them as well.
Now that you mention things being real or ficcional in the slasherverse, the Leslie Vernon film states that all slashers are fakes, just people taking profit of urban legends to make a name for themselves, but that would mean that all the supernatural things in that universe are fake : Chucky, Jason, Freddy, etc. Obviously itn "kills" a little the magic of the other movies, plus is weird, since we have seen the killers all by themselves being part of strange fenomena without anyone else there to "watch the show", so, are you just asuming that in the slasherverse timeline only Leslie Vernon and his mentor are the only "real fake killers" of their universe and the fact that they talk about knowing "Jay, Mike and Fred" is just them being nuts?
 

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Now that you mention things being real or ficcional in the slasherverse, the Leslie Vernon film states that all slashers are fakes, just people taking profit of urban legends to make a name for themselves, but that would mean that all the supernatural things in that universe are fake : Chucky, Jason, Freddy, etc. Obviously itn "kills" a little the magic of the other movies, plus is weird, since we have seen the killers all by themselves being part of strange fenomena without anyone else there to "watch the show", so, are you just asuming that in the slasherverse timeline only Leslie Vernon and his mentor are the only "real fake killers" of their universe and the fact that they talk about knowing "Jay, Mike and Fred" is just them being nuts?
They don't actually know Jason, Michael or Freddy personally. They just know of their reputation. The movie shows that the things slashers do can be faked by someone clever enough. Leslie Vernon uses methods taught by "Eugene" (Billy from Black Christmas apparently) to appear supernatural in hopes to join the ranks of more well-known killers.

Consider that Hatchet II referenced Leslie Vernon directly. He is clearly a real killer in that universe, and yet Victor Crowley is clearly supernatural. Also, Friday the 13th: The Game tapes reference Victor Crowley indirectly. Based on that, both the Friday the 13th and Hatchet franchises reference each other. Since Hatchet references Leslie Vernon, that movie is arguably connected to the "real" versions of these characters rather than fakes.
 

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