Hopefully people will stop saying Logan is an alternate timeline, then.New Mutants is in the definitely in the X-Men universe now due to some references (which I won't spoil) to Logan and Apocalypse.
Since mutants stopped being born in 2004, you can pinpoint the latest year it can take place, assuming they're natural born. For example, if the youngest character is 14, then 2018, if they're 16, 2020.2020s, I think. The way it connects to Logan is based on a specific scene. (And no, it's not any event from 2029.)
Since mutants stopped being born in 2004, you can pinpoint the latest year it can take place, assuming they're natural born. For example, if the oldest character is 14, then 2018, if they're 16, 2020.
If their connection to Logan suggests it's close in time period, you can place at the latest date.
That works, actually. It was filmed in July-September 2017.If we're basing it on comic ages, the youngest would be 13 (Wolfsbane.)
So I guess it's 2017 and that reference in Logan
got retconned to a much earlier point in the timeline.which I'll just say is the Transigen footage
Well, assuming that they really are in Earth-10005, based on Marvel comics logic, their timeline wasn't really erased. Wolverine just created a divergent timeline from 1973 onwards. Pahaps the show could have gone passed 2023, Blink being dead now, and waged a war on mastermold, winning in both creating a happier world and in their original reality. Alternatively, they could have somehow convinced humanity to accept mutants, who shut down the sentinel program, making Days of Future Past redundant.The thing that bothers me about The Gifted is how pointless it was a show. While it was basically the bridging point between The Wolverine and Days of Future Past, it also only accomplished showing how crappy humanity was to mutants.
I mean, it's supposedly in the DoFP timeline so there is no hope. And Eclipse and Polaris had a kid named "Hope"...
Unless that series finale's ending somehow caused that timeline to split from that point because of something Blink did, now not leading to DoFP, (or they all dimension-hopped to the MCU lol) then I don't see what worth the show had.
I feel similarly with New Mutants. It's over for this universe, there's no future for these characters. Unless, again, we get these characters somehow dimension-hopping to Earth-199999 with Mister Sinister following them (leaving Essex Corp behind for it to become Transigen in the X-verse), then I don't see how I can be invested.
Those "official" reality numbers. Ultimate Avengers 2 is literally a separate universe from the first film because of those darn things.
That doesn't necessarily mean it couldn't tie to both, either being canonical to both worlds or having crossed universes, but I understand the thinking.I'm also still intent on keeping Deadpool separate because Bob Iger did promise that Deadpool would be integrated somehow in the MCU; but they're still working out a plan how that will even work....
That is the only one with an official number, apparently.I mean, where is the citation that tells you where the actual number "Earth-41633" comes from? Is it from a Marvel handbook? Or is it just the wiki's "official" numbering system that has no connection to Marvel?