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Animated injustice or game injustice?
The game. It IS part of the comic multiverse.

BTW I'm taking about the Earth where the events of the game didn't occur but it is adjacent to its story.

 
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The game. It IS part of the comic multiverse.

BTW I'm taking about the Earth where the events of the game didn't occur but it is adjacent to its story.

The other Earth (the main one, the "Evil Earth") is Earth-49 in the New 52's Multiverse, right? Or is the conection with the Comic Multiverse only recent (Post Dark Crisis) and Earth-49 is considered a variant like Earth-12?
 
Anyone interested in seeing a timeline for the Forbidden Siren series once I'm done with the Silent Hill and Hotline Miami timelines? I won't lie, the series is pretty complicated timeline-wise since it plays out in non-linear fashion, and the third game is somewhat of a reimagining of the first game (doesn't mean that it can't be added to the timeline, since I think there's enough changes to make it work), but I think I can make it work?

Either way, wish me luck.
 
The comics explicitly set it in the same continuity as the original three films, so there's that.
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Fury Road is not a reboot, they just tried to softly retcon the apocalypse to be post-2015. It can still take place in the past though, the evidence for post-2015 isn't that heavy.

It would be incredibly redundant to say it's a separate universe when at most it's just a retcon to the setting. The years are barely visible in the film to begin with.

People need to stop saying this series has no solid chronology because it's actually very tight. Max's injuries from the original films all carry over into the next, the apocalypse slowly gets worse over time, and both BTS and the comics directly establish a linear timeline. The films are all in direct continuity and we're seeing the real events happen, it's just that the events become legends many years later.
 
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Imagine a Back to the Future viewing order that includes the entire franchise (Video Game, TV Series, comics, etc.), plus every short and cameo in unrelated media.

That includes The Earth Day Special and A Million Ways to Die in the West, lol.
 
Okay, doing this since GoW released Valhalla and I want some advises with the prequels, okay let's do this.

Playing/Reading Order
God of War (2005)

God Of War (2005): The Official Novelization
God of War (2010) #1-6
God of War: Rise of the Warrior (2013)

God of War: Ascension: Multiplayer
God of War: Ascension
God of War: Ghost of Sparta
God of War: Betrayal

God of War: The Lost World
God of War: Chain of Olympus
God of War II

God of War II: The Official Novelization
Gof of War III

Shovel Knight
God of War: Fallen God (2021) #1-4
God of War: The Lost Pages of Norse Myth
God of War (2018) #0-4
God of War: A Call from the Wilds
God of War (2018)

God of War (2018): The Official Novelization
God of War: Mimir's Vision
God of War: Lore and Legends
God of War: B is for Boy

God of War: Ragnarok
God of War: Ragnarok: Valhalla


Timeline
485 BCE? -
God of War: Rise of the Warrior (2013)
485 BCE? - God of War: Ascension: Multiplayer
485 BCE? - God of War: Ascension
480 BCE - God of War: The Lost World
480 BCE - God of War: Chain of Olympus
475 BCE? - God of War (2005)
475 BCE? - God of War (2005): The Official Novelization
475 BCE? - God of War (2010) #1-6
474 BCE? - God of War: Ghost of Sparta
464 BCE? - God of War: Betrayal
463 BCE? - God of War II
463 BCE? - God of War II: The Official Novelization
463 BCE? - God of War III
463 BCE? - Shovel Knight
463 BCE? - God of War: Fallen God #1-4
349 BCE? - God of War: The Lost Pages of Norse Myth
349 BCE? - God of War (2018) #0-4
349 BCE? - God of War: A Call from the Wilds
349 BCE? - God of War (2018)
349 BCE? - God of War (2018): The Official Novelization
349 BCE? - God of War: Mimir's Vision
348 BCE? - God of War: Lore and Legends
347 BCE? - God of War: B is for Boy
346 BCE? - God of War: Ragnarok
345 BCE? - God of War: Ragnarok: Valhalla
 
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Fury Road n'est pas un redémarrage, ils ont juste essayé de reconstituer doucement l'apocalypse après 2015. Cela peut encore avoir lieu dans le passé, mais les preuves de l’après-2015 ne sont pas si lourdes.

Il serait incroyablement redondant de dire qu'il s'agit d'un univers séparé alors qu'il ne s'agit tout au plus que d'un retour au décor. Les années sont à peine visibles dans le film.

Il faut arrêter de dire que cette série n'a pas de chronologie solide car elle est en réalité très serrée. Les blessures de Max causées par les films originaux se répercutent toutes sur le suivant, l'apocalypse s'aggrave lentement avec le temps, et BTS et les bandes dessinées établissent directement une chronologie linéaire. Les films sont tous en continuité directe et on voit les événements réels se produire, c'est juste que les événements deviennent des légendes plusieurs années plus tard.

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Fury Road is not a reboot, they just tried to softly retcon the apocalypse to be post-2015. It can still take place in the past though, the evidence for post-2015 isn't that heavy.

It would be incredibly redundant to say it's a separate universe when at most it's just a retcon to the setting. The years are barely visible in the film to begin with.

People need to stop saying this series has no solid chronology because it's actually very tight. Max's injuries from the original films all carry over into the next, the apocalypse slowly gets worse over time, and both BTS and the comics directly establish a linear timeline. The films are all in direct continuity and we're seeing the real events happen, it's just that the events become legends many years later.
Sorry
 
1954 - Godzilla: Operation: Lucky Dragon
1973 - Kong: Skull Island
1973 - Kong VR: Destination Skull Island
197? - Kong: Skull Island: Monarch Files 2.0 (Companion Archive)
197? - Kong: Skull Island: Isle of the Damned
1981 - Godzilla: Awakening
199? - Skull Island 1x01-1x08
2012 - Skull Island: The Birth of Kong #1-4
2014 - Godzilla
2014 - Godzilla: Strike Zone
2014 - Godzilla: Teaser
2014 - Godzilla: The Godzilla Revelation
2014 - Godzilla: Monarch: The M.U.T.O. File
2015 - Kong: Skull Island: A Cinematic Adventure
2015 - Godzilla: Aftershock
2015 - Monarch: Legacy of Monsters 1x01-1x10
2019 - Godzilla: King of the Monsters
2021 - Kingdom Kong
2021 - Godzilla: Dominion
2023 - Justice League vs. Godzilla vs. Kong #1-7
2024 - Kong and Me
2024 - Godzilla vs Kong
2024 - Legends of the Monsterverse: The Omnibus, "Fight or Flight"
202? - Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire: Title Reveal
202? - Godzilla x Kong: The Hunted
202? - Monsterverse Declassified
202? - Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire
Is Skull Island: The Rise of Kong Video Game canon?
 
2019 - Blade Runner (Film) 2022 - Blade Runner (jeu vidéo) 2022 - Black Runner : Black out 2022 (Animé) 2023 - Blade Runner (Jeux vidéo) 2029 - Blade Runner : 2029 (bande dessinée) 2032 - Blade Runner : Black Lotus (série animée) 2036 - Soldier (Film) 2036 : Nexus Dawn (Court métrage) 2048 : Nowhere To Run (Court métrage) 2049 - Blade Runner 2049 (film) 2089 - Blade Runner (en développement)
 
Okay, doing this since GoW released Valhalla and I want some advises with the prequels, okay let's do this.

Playing/Reading Order
God of War (2005)

God Of War (2005): The Official Novelization
God of War (2010) #1-6
God of War: Rise of the Warrior (2013)

God of War: Ascension: Multiplayer
God of War: Ascension
God of War: Ghost of Sparta
God of War: Betrayal

God of War: The Lost World
God of War: Chain of Olympus
God of War II

God of War II: The Official Novelization
Gof of War III

Shovel Knight
God of War: Fallen God (2021) #1-4
God of War: The Lost Pages of Norse Myth
God of War (2018) #0-4
God of War: A Call from the Wilds
God of War (2018)

God of War (2018): The Official Novelization
God of War: Mimir's Vision
God of War: Lore and Legends
God of War: B is for Boy

God of War: Ragnarok
God of War: Ragnarok: Valhalla


Timeline
485 BCE? -
God of War: Rise of the Warrior (2013)
485 BCE? - God of War: Ascension: Multiplayer
485 BCE? - God of War: Ascension
480 BCE - God of War: The Lost World
480 BCE - God of War: Chain of Olympus
475 BCE? - God of War (2005)
475 BCE? - God of War (2005): The Official Novelization
475 BCE? - God of War (2010) #1-6
474 BCE? - God of War: Ghost of Sparta
464 BCE? - God of War: Betrayal
463 BCE? - God of War II
463 BCE? - God of War II: The Official Novelization
463 BCE? - God of War III
463 BCE? - Shovel Knight
463 BCE? - God of War: Fallen God #1-4
349 BCE? - God of War: The Lost Pages of Norse Myth
349 BCE? - God of War (2018) #0-4
349 BCE? - God of War: A Call from the Wilds
349 BCE? - God of War (2018)
349 BCE? - God of War (2018): The Official Novelization
349 BCE? - God of War: Mimir's Vision
348 BCE? - God of War: Lore and Legends
347 BCE? - God of War: B is for Boy
346 BCE? - God of War: Ragnarok
345 BCE? - God of War: Ragnarok: Valhalla
Don't forget about PlayStation All-Stars and Mortal Kombat (2011). PlayStation All-Stars is referenced in Ragnarok (I believe), and Mortal Kombat is apparently canon but I forgot where.
 
Don't forget about PlayStation All-Stars and Mortal Kombat (2011). PlayStation All-Stars is referenced in Ragnarok (I believe), and Mortal Kombat is apparently canon but I forgot where.
That's confusing, course there Isn't a reference to both of them. It's a reference that CAN WORK FOR BOTH of them. But I would take all-stars as Canon since it's plot take Place between God of War II and III.
 
He said he was in a few tournaments, possibly hinting to Soulcalibur too. By the way, I meant specifically Krato's ending in Mortal Kombat is canon of course.
 
If we assume that fighting game guest characters are canon then everything is connected

Honestly it was just an excuse to share that double reference. Also a Raiden and Spawn interaction references a "dark night" that the two of them know.
 
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I think God of War is specific and intentional compared to those. It seems clear that they consider crossover appearances as canon, as they mentioned that Kratos was in many tournaments, plus Shovel Knight too. Fortnite is the exception but only because there's literally no connections beyond a skin.

Krato's MK story is self-contained and fits in without a problem. As I said, only Krato's story and ending would be canon, which is not part of the main Mortal Kombat timeline.
 
Marvel Multiverse Timelines
Earth-688B

Earth-1610B

Earth-5556

Earth-8096/Earth-12041/Earth-17628/Earth-26496

Earth-10005/Earth-17040/Earth-17315/Earth-17372

Earth-13122

Earth-26320/Earth-42222

Earth-92131

Earth-94415

Earth-96283/Earth-760207

Earth-120703

Earth-199999

Earth-534834

Miscellaneous Film Timelines

DC Multiverse Timelines
Live-Action:
Earth-1


Earth-12

Earth-66

Earth-76

Earth-89/Earth-96/Earth-97

Earth-90

Earth-167

Earth-Prime

Lois & Clark

The Dark Knight

Watchmen

Miscellaneous Television Timelines

Animated:
Earth-508

DC Animated Movie Universe/Tomorrowverse

Video Games:
Arkhamverse

Horror Timelines
Alien vs. Predator

Halloween

Evil Dead

Child's Play

Scream/View Anskew/True North

Resident Evil

Silent Hill

Texas Chainsaw Massacre

Saw

Friday the 13th

The Walking Dead

The Conjuring

American Horror Story

Miscellaneous Timelines
Toho Kaiju Multiverse

Tsuburaya Productions Multiverse

Scooby-Doo

Toei/Ishinomori Productions Tokusatsu Multiverse

Star Wars

Payday Extended Universe

Transformers

Ghostbusters

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

Castlevania

JoJo's Bizarre Adventure

Sonic the Hedgehog

Sakura Wars

Tomb Raider

Wizarding World

Lilo & Stitch

Call of Duty

Hotline Miami

Steven Universe

Stranger Things

The Boys
# Roadmap to the Scooby-Verse

### CLASSIC
- Scooby Doo Where Are You! (1969-1970)
- The New Scooby Doo Movies (1972-1973)
- The Scooby Doo Show (1976-1978)
- Scooby's All Star Laff-A-Lympics (1977-1979)
- Scooby and Scrappy Doo (1979-1980)

### CLASSIC 2.0
- The Richie Rich/Scooby Doo Show and Scrappy Too! (1980-1982)
- The New Scooby and Scrappy Doo Show / The New Mysteries (1983-1984)
- The 13 Ghosts of Scooby Doo (1985)
- A Pup Named Scooby Doo (1988-1991)

### What's NEW, PUP?
- What's New, Scooby-Doo? (2002-2006)
- Shaggy & Scooby-Doo Get a Clue! (2006-2008)
- Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated (2010-2013)
- Be Cool, Scooby-Doo! (2015-2018)
- Scooby-Doo and Guess Who? (2019-2021)

### LEGO
- Lego Scooby-Doo! Knight Time Terror (2015)
- Lego Scooby-Doo! Haunted Hollywood (2016)
- Lego Scooby-Doo! Blowout Beach Bash (2017)

### MODERN SCOOB!
- Scoob! (2020)
- Scooby-Doo! The Sword and the Scoob (2021)
- Scooby-Doo! Mecha Mutt Menace (2021)
- Scooby-Doo! Return to Zombie Island (2021)

### MULTIVERSE CROSSOVERS
- Scooby-Doo! & Batman: The Brave and the Bold (2018)
- Scooby-Doo! and the Curse of the 13th Ghost (2019)
- Scooby-Doo! and Courage the Cowardly Dog (2021)
- Scooby-Doo! and the Harlem Globetrotters (2022)
- Scooby-Doo! and the Legends of Tomorrow (2023)
- Scooby-Doo! and Supernatural (2023)
- Scooby-Doo! and OK K.O.! Let's Be Heroes (2023)
- Scooby-Doo! and Teen Titans Go! (2
023)
- Scooby-Doo! and Johnny Bravo (2023)
- Scooby-Doo et Krypto (2023)
 
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