Dave Galanter
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Subj: I don't really disagree...
Posted: Wed Mar 07, 2018 at 03:21:09 pm EST (Viewed 146 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Let me clarify further....
Posted: Tue Mar 06, 2018 at 06:13:23 pm EST (Viewed 175 times)

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    You said:

    What I'm saying is events which transpired there occurred in an entirely different time-line. That time-line does not align with 616 continuity.


    BRAUGI: Yes, these things didn't happen in the 616 universe. If you look at the 616 universe timeline, they didn't happen.

    Yet, if you look at 616 Thor's timeline, they DID happen. He left the 616 universe, and everything that happened to him, happened to that very same version of Thor. Thus, for 616 Thor, whatever happened to him is 'canon' and part of his timeline.

We don't know absolutely if it was the same version of Thor. Franklin couldn't transport the original version of Thor initially that's why he made the Thor construct. Heroes Reborn speculated it was because of his godly nature. Franklin probably (logically) had to do something to Thor to make his appearance happen (conjecture).

Therefore it adds ambiguity to whether or not if it is "canon" for you and "continuity" for me.

just wanted to be clear. If there was clarity on which Thor was the real one, IMO everything that happened to him would be canon.

As it stands, I'd say it probably happened, but has a question mark attached.

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