Steve Kiley, whose ex-girlfriend's sister has filed a paternity suit against him. Starsky mentions doctor by name. And since nobody will tell me, I'll have to do my own little analysis. I wonder what kind of surgery Marcus Welby would call this? Notes: This is a mega television crossover event. And despite the silly premise, all the crossed series remain true to the shows and films they come from. There is an appearance of Elong Spengler, president of Waste Busters.
He is said to be the brother of Egon Spengler of Ghostbusters and is played by the same actor.
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And yes, the Muppets are in this. To explain the existence of Muppets in the Horror Universe, I reference the Angel episode in which puppets are brought to life possessed by demons. Or the Buffy episode with a human turned into a dummy. Looney Tunes characters are animated drawings brought to life by the Necronomicon ex Mortis based on the film Evil Toons. Back to the Future is already well established as part of the Horror Universe, but this appearance of Doc Brown and his Delorean is a greater confirmation.
Finally, this cross brings in the loveable alien E. He may be related to the Tim Bayliss who mentored Marcus Welby. TVCUI can't believe it, but it's true. View more on Robert E. What we have on our hands is another So You Created a Wormhole.
It features each of these locals as a real place the reader can visit. And dang, over nearly pages Whenever a work is discussed that doesn't quite fit the real world, and isn't an AU, reasons are given for why it fits in the real world. The authors lower the apocalypse down to a small island off the coast of the eastern US. The robots, after slaughtering their masters, attempted to forge diplomatic relations with other nations. The text doesn't say what happened next. But, as the island is abandoned, it would seem the United States military did not look kindly on a gang of homicidal robots owning an island with a factory with which they could make a limitless army of themselves.
It's a lovely book. And, in an effort to kill Rob, brings pages of crossovers into the TVCU and its surounding multiverse. Read more here. Robot ; R. The Utlra-Humanite was introduced in the golden age Superman series. Most people only know Luthor and Zod as Superman's foes. Professor Rossum is referenced. HARDAC created mechanical replicants to replace existing humans, with the ultimate goal of replacing all humans. One of the robots is seen driving a car with "RUR" as the license plate number.
Edwin is one of the latest secret agent wizards, who finds himself cast out as a rogue and hunted by his own family. Notes: The date setting is based on events from future novels and the Nightside series. Green connects all of his series within one larger mythology. One might wonder why I have Secret Histories listed in the Nightside entries as a non-horror cross but the Nightside series listed as a horror cross in the Secret Histories series.
They are more fantasy. Both really straddle on the line of horror and non-horror, and I made a call. Having said all that, the Secret Histories series still has a large number of horror crosses, giving it a large presence in the Horror Universe nonetheless. This novel has three Lovecraft references. A patient at a hospital for supernatural conditions is the living embodiment of every mystical tome, including the Necronomicon. The conspiracy against the Droods is linked to the Lurkers on the Threshold from the Lovecraft Mythos. Kandarian demons are from the Evil Dead series.
Eddie has a confrontation with someone who has taken the Hyde formula. Martian Red Weed is seen as a drug. This is from War of the Worlds. The Blue Fairy finds the puzzle box from the Hellraiser series. The Droods have a scalpel once owned by Baron Von Frankenstein. At a hospital for supernatural conditions, there is a time agent whose latest regeneration had gone terribly wrong, turning him inside out.
Time agents are from the Doctor Who series, and so are Time Lords who regenerate. However, typically, Time Lords are not time agents, and in fact, the two groups do not care for each other. Perhaps this was a rogue Time Lord who was recruited by the time agents. This is from the play RUR. Lots of mealtimes. It may still be one of the Alices who has been to Wonderland.
Girls name Alice have been drawn to Wonderland for a long time. Another suggested match is Penelope Creighton, who may be related to the character named Lady Penelope Creighton-Ward from Thunderbirds. Eddie mentions a time when he broke into Area 52 in the antarctic. This seems to be a reference to the Image Comics series. The drug taduki is from the Allan Quatermain series.
Vril Power, Inc. Vril power is from the Coming Race. Eddie compares a trip through the sewers to the explorers who took the Journey to the Center of the Earth and to Cave Carson. Eddie and Molly when choosing the form of their weapon, have the choice of the Holy Hand Grenade of St.
At Drood Hall is a scrimshaw carved apparently from Moby Dick. Rossum who turned humans into robots. Metropolis The problems of Metropolis. Rotwang was Luthor's descendant and the robot that replaced Maria became known as Mekanique. Following the events of the film, Mekanique was given the abilities to time travel, and apparently even greater powers of time and space. In the final issues of All-Star Squadron, which tied into Crisis on Infinite Earths, Mekanique arrived in to save a little girl from being hit by a car, because that will ensure Rotwang's future Metropolis timeline.
But then, it's revealed that the Crisis had ended, which means that Earth-2 should have ceased to exist, replaced by the new post-Crisis universe. Mekanique had been holding back the effects of the Crisis from affecting April on Earth-2 until her mission was complete, but once she ensures her future, she then allows the Crisis effects to happen, thus causing Earth-2's timeline to be erased and replaced by the post-Crisis reality.
Though the timeline she saved then disappeared because of the Crisis, she remained in the post-Crisis reality. Now in a reality not her own, she joins forces with time traveler Per Degaton and has frequently menaced the post-Crisis and even post-Infinite Crisis versions of the Justice Society of America and their children in Infinty, Inc. In this story,, Rotwang was a scientist who helps Hitler, but seeing the war coming to an end, goes into hidign as Domius Blicero and lives in California. Ten yeas later, he and the other super-villains gather together and create pocket universes that they then travel to and rule.
This is the origin of Rotwang's Metropolis. So I've got a theory. Why would Mekanique work so hard to save a timeline then allow that timeline to be destroyed moments later? Keep this in mind. This reality was very similar to the TVCU. When travelling to this pocket reality, using his super-science, he traveled to the 23rd century of this alternate timeline.
There, he killed the man who was that universe's Luthor's descendant and took his identity. He then became ruler of that world. He used that same super-science that created a pocket reality and embedded that technology in Mekanique. As stated in the Shadowmen Tale, he had been aware of the Crisis in , an event that touched many realities and time periods.
He used the effects of the Crisis to create the alternate Earth timeline. He saw that his pocket reality was threatened by the very Crisis that had powered it. He sent his robot back to his pocket reality's where she triggered a shockwave that in fact stabilized and protected Rotwang's pocket universe. She however, found herself pushed out of the pocket realm and trapped in the main TVCU timeline. So, this helps me. Batman'66 is the TV version of Batman.
I tried to include the golden and silver age Batman using the popular generational gimmick applied by folks such as Dennis Power and John Byrne. I just can't reconcile this without making leaps that are even more out there than the generational thing. I've thought of adding even more Batmen, but I fear going into the realm of making up too much stuff and overcomplicating things. And now that I've explained all that, let's look at a crossover chronology for Metropolis: To keep things straight: I'm putting all the stories in one chronology. So main TVCU stories will be in black. Rotwang's world will be in Blue.
League of Extraordinary Gentlemen will be in Green. Other timelines in Red. The older Doctor Omega is carrying the head of Maria, the robot from the future city of Metropolis.
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This robot is also known to us as Mekanique. Given all we have gathered about Mekanique, clearly she eventually returns to the future world of Rotwang's pocket reality, only to lose her head, literally. However, in this story, the older Doctor Omega has had adventures from classic Doctor Who episodes already, thus must be a future incarnation of the Doctor in this story.
He also inquires if his younger counterpart has had those experiences yet, implying that the younger version may also be a future incarnation. Considering the 50th Anniversary Doctor Who Special shows that at some point in the future, the Doctor will take the form of the Fourth Doctor again, it's not improbable that he may take the form of the First Doctor and go back to calling himself Doctor Omega at some point in the future in another incarnation.
Caligari; Fantomas; Dr. This led to a very different reality. Snoopy appears in this story, having been shot down by the Red Baron. It seems that in this divergent timeline, Snoopy indeed existed as a pilot in World War I, placing those imaginary scenarios and two popular songs in this divergent timeline. Perhaps the Snoopy of the main reality gets visions of his alternate timeline counterpart, which inspire his playtime. Other crosses listed above are also divergent versions that exist in the Anno Dracula timeline.
Perhaps Rotwang and Mabuse had co-conspired on the creation of the android. Mabuse, criminal mastermind - returns in this epic steam punk thriller, in which six interwoven tales document the downfall of Dr. Mabuse and his city "Etiopomar". The Machine Man was the robot who was transformed into Maria in that film. He too is a German scientist with expertise in robotics who works for the Nazis. I could say that this is Carl Rotwang, but it's easier for me to presume this is Carl's brothers to support a theory that the future Rotwang that Carl replaces is part of his own family tree.
Rotwang was a scientist in the Berlin Metropolis who created the humanoid robot Maria and both Rotwang and "Maria" were members of the German League. Rotwang's android technology was later adopted by Heinz Goldfoot and Martin Bormann. Rotwang allegedly passed away prior to So, I do place most of the 20th century events of the League series to be a divergent timeline. So in this divergent timeline, Rotwang did not travel to the 23rd century of a pocket reality where he became ruler, but he did still create his Maria android.
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In this timeline, he died prior to The Maria android later became an enemy of Britain's League and was destroyed by Janni Dakar in Germany resembles Metropolis from Fritz Lang's silent film, and is ruled by the Great Dictator as originally portrayed by Charlie Chaplain. Ayesha and the German League appear.
Eventually, the world is restored to normal without anyone really knowing what happened. At Mekanique's urging, Green Lantern and Firebrand save a young girl from being hit by a car, altering history; unbeknownst to the heroes, their actions will permit the evil Rotwang, Mekanique's creator, to dominate Mekanique's native era, the 23rd century.
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Hawkman is elected cochairman of the Squadron. A photo of virtually the entire Squadron is taken for FDR. After this, All-Star Squadron changes to a "secret origins" style title, treading water until the launch of the post-Crisis Young All-Stars. Robot; R. Rotwang takes up the identity of Dominus Blicero in California. M becomes Morel in Argentina. And Ohisver Muller goes to Turkey but keeps his own name. In , they gather again with a plan to create four pocket realities of which to rule their own ways.
Rotwang creates his Metropolis. M creates Marienbad.
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Muller created Mullartown. And Von Braun creates Alphaville. Notes: Ready? Orlock is stated to have had a vampire ancestor, referring to Nosferatu. Thus, as far as the Horror Universe is concerned, that film takes place between - in an artificial pocket dimension. Mabuse is from a series of silent films. In it, all of the infinite alternate realities were threatened. Every major DC Comics character appeared. In the end, the multiverse was destroyed and replaced with a single DC Universe.
However, shortly after, it was shown that other realities did still exist, and actually only a finite number of realities the DC ones were mushed together, and even then, shadows of those previous versions still existed in Hypertime. I am pain free, but it took many months of therapy…no operation. After months exercising in the pool every other day I have strengthened the muscles around the tears so have full movement.
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