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Magicalboy

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Message Posted On Thursday, July 13th 2006 at 9:42 pm
Justice League & Justice League Unlimited the same series or seperate? the same goes for Batman: The Animated Series & The New Batman Adventures (aka Batman: Gotham Knights)
Zarius
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Message Posted On Thursday, July 13th 2006 at 10:08 pm
They share the same universe. There is no arguing that
Systemax

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Message Posted On Thursday, July 13th 2006 at 10:13 pm
I consider both of those series separate, and I've wished for a long time that the site would split Justice League and Justice League Unlimited so I could acquire the Editorship of one of them, though Murdock made a valid reason why they are not.
Murdock

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Message Posted On Friday, July 14th 2006 at 6:48 am
Justice League & Justice League Unlimited should be as separate series as much as Batman: The Animated Series and The Adventures of Batman and Robin. Remember the latter? It's the name of the third season of Batman: TAS and it got a new opening and closing sequence. Should we create separate guides for every time a season changes it's format, cast, crew, and style from the previous one? No. Otherwise we would have 10 guides for the Power Rangers. Should The New Batman Adventures (aka Batman: Gotham Knights) be separate from Batman: TAS? Yes. Why? Apart from the 2 years gap between both shows, it was made clear that is was a different show, hence the title: The New Batman Adventures. Justice League & Justice League Unlimited belong in the same show run -- they just decided for a change in format and a different title that goes along with that change. As a matter of fact, JLU relies on the incidents of JL to develop its plot-line. It's more likely that we change JLU back to its original title than to separate them.

Spin-offs warrant different guides, but the aforementioned shows do not fit in that category.
Magicalboy

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Message Posted On Friday, July 14th 2006 at 12:57 pm
On Thursday, July 13th 2006 10:08 pm, Zarius wrote:
They share the same universe. There is no arguing that

I know but some people consider them seperate and some comsider them the same..just different (I guess like DB, DBZ, DBGT)

I consider JL & JLU th same, while I dont consider Batman: TAS & Gotham Knights the same for the same reasons Murdock posted.
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Message Posted On Saturday, July 15th 2006 at 3:25 am
All four are different series in their own right but withine the same universe
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Message Posted On Saturday, July 22nd 2006 at 3:21 pm
Guys... do you see a sign on their respective episode guides saying "This series takes place on Earth-2/3/4/(*) ?" Of course they're the same. They might have different opening credits, etc.; but they're the same.

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