Also, I'm kinda curious why Earth-12041 isn't on their list; UNLESS Earth-12043 (which is listed as "possible alternate reality under investigation") is going to be the actual/replacement reality number.
I know she didn't, the Universe designation is part of the TV show category so I'm putting the characters there for that reason, if not, some will appear on the TV side(the older ones) and the new ones in the Alternates section, that will just create confusion, I'm doing this for all the characters for that reason.
That would be a good thing to ask an admin about. I wonder if there is a specific policy or something about that.
I've asked Annabell and she said I could put the ones that appeared only the comics in the alternate section, but maybe I'll do a topic and ask what should we do if a character from a TV universe appears only in a comic related to that universe, how should it be treated.
At the end of the day, this TV series is most likely not coming back(or any X-Men in a cartoon), so we will only see these characters in comics, according to Annabell the current cartoon characters that don't appear in the TV series just go into alternates, so yeah I might just do that.
I want to ask you about the "JLA vs. Avengers" summary inside the "Avengers (Earth-616)" article.
Since when is it canonic? To tell, I can understand that it can be in the DC Universe, but without mentioning in Marvel, it sounds ilogical; it could be that an alternative Earth (carbon copy of Earth-616 with one insignificant difference) was the one involved, and the REAL Earth-616 was left untoched.....
unless i'm wrong and there IS a mention in Marvel (In-universe or by the writers), if you have thath reference i would love if you could show it to me please, thanks.
Also Marvunapp profile says Ultimate Spider-Woman comes from 1619 and Mattie Franklin comes from 616. But I don't think so. Sure maybe they time traveled and it created a pradox. Maybe Spider-Woman-1610 forget all of it happened but I think it's better to not link their appearances in Spider-Verse #2 to their regular counterparts. Also I read an interview with the creator of both DC and Marvel wikis. But in the comment someone says both official and this Marvel wiki is bad.
Yeah. But I have to admit that Marvel wiki needs to have a lot of work because most of the caharcters (Especially a.u.) have images but there's no history text. I'm trying to add history to characters. I found a site named idoc.co and also viewcomic.com. I have to read them online because I live in Turkey and those comics aren't published. I started with What If Annihilation.
I was a fan of Transformers (I still like it) and there's a wiki named TFwiki. And it's definitely one of the most informational wiki I have ever seen. (Not transformers.wikia.com, it's bad. There's another TF wiki but it's not a part of wikia.com)
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He does return to his world, but his ending says he kills Shao Kahn, so it's an alternate reality for God of War. I guess I was confused, because Kratos is both a character in God of War and in Greek mythology. This Kratos is from God of War, though.
Maybe the one Kratos killed is clone? As you said before. I think it's the same universe from god of War.(I mean the universe that the God of War series takes place in, not a universe like Ultimate Marvel universe).
Most endings in Mortal Kombat are alternate realities, even ones that contain elements of the main continuity. Also, Kratos is indeed supposed to be the God of War version, though it is unlikely that the mainstream Kratos visited the Mortal Kombat universe. Kratos, after all, also appears in another fighting game, Soul Calibur: Broken Destiny. He also was in Playstaion All-Stars Battle Royale and was even in a golfing game.
You could say that video games have multiverses as well.
Yeah they are, for example when Kratos failed quick time events he dies. All of these are alternate realities, right? Like Marvel's What If?. Also I played Ghost of Sparta and in my opinion its awesome! :D
Also btw did you played Maximum Canrage? It's too hard! :/