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18th Nov '17 7:41:03 AM Anicomicgeek
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* ''VideoGame/SpiderManShatteredDimensions'' sees a BroadStrokes taken with its versions of the universes present, as among other things, it shows an adult Miguel O'Hara from the regular ''2099'' universe, yet also with Kron Stone as Scorpion a la ''Timestorm'' as opposed to Venom, and the ''Noir'' versions of the Green Goblin and Vulture still being alive. Additionally, the DS version doesn't feature the Ultimate universe, and has different villains as ''Amazing''!Peter fights Electro and Tinkerer, ''Noir''!Peter fighting Boomerang and Calypso, Miguel dealing with Vulture and a still-living Silvermane, and [[spoiler:''Amazing''!Peter fighting Mysterio at the end alone]].

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* ''VideoGame/SpiderManShatteredDimensions'' sees a BroadStrokes taken with its versions of the universes present, as among other things, it shows an adult Miguel O'Hara from the regular ''2099'' universe, yet also with Kron Stone as Scorpion a la ''Timestorm'' as opposed to Venom, and the ''Noir'' versions of the Green Goblin and Vulture still being alive. Additionally, the DS version doesn't feature the Ultimate universe, and has different villains as ''Amazing''!Peter fights Electro and Tinkerer, ''Noir''!Peter fighting Boomerang and Calypso, Miguel dealing with Vulture and a still-living Silvermane, and [[spoiler:''Amazing''!Peter fighting Mysterio at the end alone]].
18th Nov '17 7:40:59 AM Anicomicgeek
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* ''VideoGame/SpiderManShatteredDimensions'' sees a BroadStrokes taken with its versions of the universes present, as among other things, it showa an adult Miguel O'Hara from the regular ''2099'', yet also with Kron Stone as Scorpion ala ''Timestorm'' as opposed to Venom; the ''Noir'' versions of the Green Goblin and Vulture still being alive. Additionally, the DS version doesn't feature the Ultimate version, and has different villains as ''Amazing''!Peter fights Electro and Tinkerer, ''Noir''!Peter fighting Boomerang and Calypso, Miguel dealing with Vulture and a still-living Silvermane, and [[spoiler:''Amazing''!Peter fighting Mysterio at the end alone]].
* ''VideoGame/SpiderManEdgeOfTime'' sees a reality where Peter and MJ are still together, yet elements of ''ComicBook/BrandNewDay'' are used, such as Anti-Venom. Additionally, the DS version features yet again, a different plot with the basic elements in common, such as trying to prevent [[spoiler:Anti-Venom from killing Peter]] is removed, making the plot sorely about stopping Walker Sloan's plans, and it features more villains, including Peter meeting 2099 versions of Arcade, Big Wheel, and Overdrive, while Miguel fights the Shocker and Menace. Additionally, as opposed to Peter fighting an army cloned from Black Cat, Miguel has to save the real Felicia Hardy; [[spoiler:it's the Rhino who merges with Sloan and Doctor Octopus to make Atrocity in place of Anti-Venom, and there's no psychotic future version of Peter]].

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* ''VideoGame/SpiderManShatteredDimensions'' sees a BroadStrokes taken with its versions of the universes present, as among other things, it showa shows an adult Miguel O'Hara from the regular ''2099'', ''2099'' universe, yet also with Kron Stone as Scorpion ala a la ''Timestorm'' as opposed to Venom; Venom, and the ''Noir'' versions of the Green Goblin and Vulture still being alive. alive. Additionally, the DS version doesn't feature the Ultimate version, universe, and has different villains as ''Amazing''!Peter fights Electro and Tinkerer, ''Noir''!Peter fighting Boomerang and Calypso, Miguel dealing with Vulture and a still-living Silvermane, and [[spoiler:''Amazing''!Peter fighting Mysterio at the end alone]].
* ''VideoGame/SpiderManEdgeOfTime'' sees a reality where Peter and MJ are still together, yet elements of ''ComicBook/BrandNewDay'' are used, such as Anti-Venom. Additionally, the DS version features yet again, a different plot with some of the basic elements in common, such as trying to prevent [[spoiler:Anti-Venom from killing Peter]] is being removed, making the plot sorely about stopping Walker Sloan's plans, and it features more villains, including Peter meeting 2099 versions of Arcade, Big Wheel, and Overdrive, while Miguel fights the Shocker and Menace. Additionally, as opposed to Peter fighting an army cloned from Black Cat, Miguel has to save protect the real Felicia Hardy; [[spoiler:it's the Rhino who merges with Sloan and Doctor Octopus to make Atrocity in place of Anti-Venom, Anti-Venom; and there's no psychotic future version of Peter]].
6th Nov '17 5:35:13 AM JamesAustin
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* ''Franchise/DragonBall'' has quite a few. First, there's the manga itself (considered the "core" or "actual" continuity), followed by the anime continuity, which covers the manga's events and includes additional material (such as Filler, new bit-part characters, slightly different fights and some character-building moments). Each of these has its own continuation of the franchise that can actually be taken as their own continuity, to boot: the anime has ''Anime/DragonBallGT'' (often considered a "splinter timeline" that could occur), while the manga has the recent ''Dragon Ball Online'', ''Anime/DragonBallZBattleOfGods'', ''Anime/DragonBallZResurrectionF'', and ''Anime/DragonBallSuper''.
** There's also a couple of the ''Dragon Ball'' movies, which are very much an "alternate reality" affair.

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* ''Franchise/DragonBall'' has quite a few. First, there's the manga itself (considered the "core" or "actual" continuity), followed by the anime continuity, which covers the manga's events and includes additional material (such as Filler, new bit-part characters, slightly different fights and some character-building moments). Each of these has its own continuation of the franchise that can actually be taken as their own continuity, to boot: the anime has ''Anime/DragonBallGT'' (often considered a "splinter timeline" that could occur), while the manga has the recent ''Dragon Ball Online'', ''Anime/DragonBallZBattleOfGods'', ''Anime/DragonBallZResurrectionF'', and ''Anime/DragonBallSuper''.
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''Anime/DragonBallSuper''. There's also a couple of the ''Dragon Ball'' movies, movies that predate ''Battle of Gods'', which are very much an "alternate reality" affair.affair and fall into NonSerialMovie territory.
3rd Nov '17 10:33:06 PM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* ''Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda'' has a confirmed 3 timelines branching from the end of ''Ocarina of Time'': one timeline continues from [[spoiler:the future after Link defeats Ganon and returns to his own time, leaving Hyrule with no hero]] (leading to ''The Wind Waker''), one follows [[spoiler:Young Link using the skills he gained as an adult to stop Ganon before he gains power]] (leading to ''Majora's Mask''), and one results from [[spoiler:Link's ''defeat'' during the final battle against Ganon]] (leading to ''A Link to the Past'').

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* ''Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda'' has a confirmed 3 timelines branching from the end of ''Ocarina ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaOcarinaOfTime Ocarina of Time'': Time]]'': one timeline continues from [[spoiler:the future after Link defeats Ganon and returns to his own time, leaving Hyrule with no hero]] (leading to ''The ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTheWindWaker The Wind Waker''), Waker]]''), one follows [[spoiler:Young [[spoiler:the past after Young Link using uses the skills and knowledge he gained as an adult to stop Ganon before he gains gained power]] (leading to ''Majora's Mask''), ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaMajorasMask Majora's Mask]]''), and one results from [[spoiler:Link's ''defeat'' during the ''Ocarina''[='s=] final battle against Ganon]] (leading to ''A ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaALinkToThePast A Link to the Past'').Past]]'').
28th Oct '17 1:55:25 PM nombretomado
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** ''Film/ManOfSteel'' takes place in a different continuity from the comic books and the ChristopherReeve movies.

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** ''Film/ManOfSteel'' takes place in a different continuity from the comic books and the ChristopherReeve Creator/ChristopherReeve movies.
26th Oct '17 4:50:57 PM Sunflorazumarill
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* The 20th Pokémon movie, ''Anime/PokémonIchoosYou!'', is an alternate retelling of the first season of the anime, with several key differences: Ash has a slightly different outfit, he has two different travelling companions, he has closer ties to Ho-Oh, and meets Pokémon from all generations a lot sooner than he does in the main anime.

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* The 20th Pokémon movie, ''Anime/PokémonIchoosYou!'', ''Anime/PokemonIChooseYou'', is an alternate retelling of the first season of the anime, with several key differences: Ash has a slightly different outfit, he has two different travelling companions, he has closer ties to Ho-Oh, and meets Pokémon from all generations a lot sooner than he does in the main anime.
11th Oct '17 11:30:38 PM Anicomicgeek
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* ''VideoGame/SpiderManEdgeOfTime'' sees a reality where Peter and MJ are still together, yet elements of ''ComicBook/BrandNewDay'' are used, such as Anti-Venom. Additionally, the DS version features yet again, a different plot with the basic elements in common, such as trying to prevent [[spoiler:Anti-Venom from killing Peter]] is removed, making the plot sorely about stopping Walker Sloan's plans, and instead of Peter and Miguel swapping places, it features villains swapping place, including Peter meeting 2099 versions of Arcade, Big Wheel, and Overdrive, while Miguel fights the Shocker and Meance. Additionally, as opposed to Peter fighting an army cloned from Black Cat, Miguel has to save the real Felicia Hardy and [[spoiler:it's the Rhino who merges with Sloan and Doctor Octopus to make Atrocity in place of Anti-Venom]].

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* ''VideoGame/SpiderManEdgeOfTime'' sees a reality where Peter and MJ are still together, yet elements of ''ComicBook/BrandNewDay'' are used, such as Anti-Venom. Additionally, the DS version features yet again, a different plot with the basic elements in common, such as trying to prevent [[spoiler:Anti-Venom from killing Peter]] is removed, making the plot sorely about stopping Walker Sloan's plans, and instead of Peter and Miguel swapping places, it features villains swapping place, more villains, including Peter meeting 2099 versions of Arcade, Big Wheel, and Overdrive, while Miguel fights the Shocker and Meance. Menace. Additionally, as opposed to Peter fighting an army cloned from Black Cat, Miguel has to save the real Felicia Hardy and Hardy; [[spoiler:it's the Rhino who merges with Sloan and Doctor Octopus to make Atrocity in place of Anti-Venom]].Anti-Venom, and there's no psychotic future version of Peter]].
11th Oct '17 11:23:27 PM Anicomicgeek
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* ''VideoGame/SpiderManShatteredDimensions'' sees a BroadStrokes taken with its versions of the universes present, as among other things, it showa an adult Miguel O'Hara from the regular ''2099'', yet also with Kron Stone as Scorpion ala ''Timestorm'' as opposed to Venom; the ''Noir'' versions of the Green Goblin and Vulture still being alive. Additionally, the DS version doesn't feature the Ultimate version, and has different villains as ''Amazing''!Peter fights Electro and Tinkerer, ''Noir''!Peter fighting Boomerang and Calypso, Miguel dealing with Vulture and a still-living Silvermane, and [[spoiler:''Amazing''!Peter fighting Mysterio at the end alone]].
* ''VideoGame/SpiderManEdgeOfTime'' sees a reality where Peter and MJ are still together, yet elements of ''ComicBook/BrandNewDay'' are used, such as Anti-Venom. Additionally, the DS version features yet again, a different plot with the basic elements in common, such as trying to prevent [[spoiler:Anti-Venom from killing Peter]] is removed, making the plot sorely about stopping Walker Sloan's plans, and instead of Peter and Miguel swapping places, it features villains swapping place, including Peter meeting 2099 versions of Arcade, Big Wheel, and Overdrive, while Miguel fights the Shocker and Meance. Additionally, as opposed to Peter fighting an army cloned from Black Cat, Miguel has to save the real Felicia Hardy and [[spoiler:it's the Rhino who merges with Sloan and Doctor Octopus to make Atrocity in place of Anti-Venom]].
10th Oct '17 10:22:55 PM StardustSoldier
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** ''Film/TerminatorGenisys'' creates a complete new timeline after altering the events of the first ''Terminator'' film erasing the "original altered timestream" mentioned above and starting over.

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** ''Film/TerminatorGenisys'' creates a complete new timeline after altering the events of the first ''Terminator'' film film, erasing the "original altered timestream" mentioned above and starting over.
7th Oct '17 5:39:09 AM ApeAccount
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** The original film franchise of ''Film/PlanetOfTheApes1968'', ''Film/BeneathThePlanetOfTheApes'', ''Film/EscapeFromThePlanetOfTheApes'', ''Film/ConquestOfThePlanetOfTheApes'', ''Film/BattleForThePlanetOfTheApes'' and the ''Series/PlanetOfTheApes'' live-action TV series. It can be debated that the live action TV series is not in the continuity of the films since it's shown to take place in California while the films were near New York City, and there's a dog in the TV series, even though they were all killed in the movie timeline. There's also the implication that ''Conquest'' / ''Battle'' changed the original timeline where the rebellion was begun by an ape named Aldo (the name of the rebellious gorilla general in ''Battle''). ''Battle'' ends with a merged ape/human society and not with humans reduced to animals.
** The animated ''WesternAnimation/ReturnToThePlanetOfTheApes'', which is closer to the original novel (the apes have technology and live much like humans), but not part of it

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** The original film franchise of ''Film/PlanetOfTheApes1968'', ''Film/BeneathThePlanetOfTheApes'', ''Film/EscapeFromThePlanetOfTheApes'', ''Film/ConquestOfThePlanetOfTheApes'', ''Film/BattleForThePlanetOfTheApes'' and the ''Series/PlanetOfTheApes'' live-action TV series. It can be debated that the live action TV series is not in the continuity of the films since it's shown to take place in California while the films were near New York City, and there's a dog in the TV series, even though they were all killed in the movie timeline. timeline (which may have just been an error). The human society in the TV series also lasted until at least the 25th century, which is inconsistent with ''Conquest'' / ''Battle'' though consistent with dialogue from ''Escape''. There's also the implication interpretation that ''Conquest'' / ''Battle'' changed the original timeline where the rebellion was begun by an ape named Aldo (the (a name of also used in ''Battle'' and the rebellious gorilla general in ''Battle'').TV series for unrelated characters) after centuries of apes serving man. ''Battle'' ends with a merged ape/human society and not with humans reduced to animals.
** The animated ''WesternAnimation/ReturnToThePlanetOfTheApes'', which is closer to the original novel (the apes have technology and live much like humans), but not part of itit.
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