This is what happens when you allow the comic guys to dictate continuity on a television show. Cartoons rarely have any glaring continuity problems, but this will open up a whole big bag of worms
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Second, your theory of Ultimate Spidey taking place in the past can't be true because in Avengers they find Captain America but in Ultimate Spidey he's already around.
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It makes me sad reading alot of the comments in this thread. So many negative things said about a show just starting. Why can't we just accept different takes on characters instead of senseless "NO! IT"S NOT LIKE THE COMIC/Character origin/story is different, I HATE IT!!" :(
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As for the shared universe, I follow Chris Yost who is the head writer for Avengers EMH on Twitter. His response was similar to Loeb's. He says anything is possible and I would be shocked if Marvel didn't attempt some sort of cross-promotion with their shows, especially since they're on the same channel in the same programming block.
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And? Bets are he won't stay that way. :DFor starters, he went rogue toward the end of Avengers season 1 and is still MIA.
Nice! Doubting it, though. I have yet to see a comic running same time as a cartoon where the events are supposed to be canon in both (we see a scene or reference from the comic in the cartoon, for example). Closest I've seen is the Batman animated where they did a version of Mad Love and that was a straight adaptation of the entire story. I can see the comic referencing the 'toon, but not vice versa.Well too bad Craig Kyle and Christopher Yost disagree with you. They're the story editors.
Umm...que? What fan fiction? I'm just saying how easy it would be to make the two series fit together. They're overseen by the same animation studio and are both part of Marvel's new animation block. When you have comics like Deadpool Corps occurring in the same universe as the current Punisher then yup, I see no problem with two shows with different styles and methods of storytelling happening in the same continuity. :DIf you actually believe this, you really are lying to yourself to convince your fan fiction theories.
Could be a couple years, though. :DMonths.
Sure, the Odin Sleep + the Comatose lasted years, Maria Hill wanting the Avengers to register took years, the Heroes starting as heroes didn't take a few months with their Asgard adventures but entire years, yes everyone was a slow poke, clearly. Watch the actual show.We don't know that, it's not like they provided dates like Young Justice. Avengers season 1 could have taken place over the course of a year or two if they wanted.