This has been a labour of love of mine for many years now. It may not be particularly timely... but if anyone is considering giving the DCAU a rewatch anytime soon, you should consider giving this a try... It's a fan-made timeline of every episode, film, and comic in the DCAU, reordered so there are no continuity errors, and so each year is structured like a season, with a premier and finale. There are three main reasons that I made this timeline: 1) There are major differences between the airdate order, and the production order, both of which contain continuity errors. Why, even the DVD order "cheats" by placing two-parters next to each other, thereby changing the order. If they can do it... then I can do it better. 2) I don't particularly like either of the orders mentioned above. The seasons of the various series' aren't really structured very well, specifically the B:TAS episodes. I can't really blame them, because animation production means that more thought is given to getting the episodes finished on time. This new timeline structures each season with a very clear premier and finale, as well as spacing similarly themed episodes apart and keeping reoccurring characters like Joker or Darkseid from reappearing too close to each other. It's much more thematically effective. 3) I love the DCAU comics. I think that there are some very deep stories told, and many interesting character arcs, especially for the Gotham characters, are completed or continued in the comics. Yes, if simply read in order concurrently with the series', there are in-numerous errors. However, I have painstakingly checked and rechecked each issue and episode so as to put them in an order that not only has a consistent pattern and thematic relevance, but is continuity friendly. There are still a few minor inconsistencies (like Supergirl switching between being vulnerable and not vulnerable to Kryptonite, and Luthor's one evening wearing a red toupee), but these things are unavoidable. I've also worked hard to include the INCREDIBLE Dark Knight Adventures and Batman Beyond: Stripped series' made by World's Finest Online. THIS IS 100% FANNON, and you don't have to agree with it if you don't want. But, if you'd like a more structured season-by-season guide to the DCAU, including EVERYTHING, then you should check this out. Want to see The Riddler reform? Want to see Mr. Freeze and Captain Cold team-up? Want to see Supergirl defeat a monster in the Batcave? Want to see what really happened to Poison Ivy? Want each season to have an epic premier and finale? And most of all want to not be scratching you head why there are two A.M.A.Z.O.s, and why Wonder Woman already knows how her lasso of truth works before JLU? Then check this out. This is pure fun, very complete, and as perfect as it's going to get. I hope some of you enjoy, and feel free to copy and post this as much as you want. Even though I have scoured over this hundreds of times, please let me know if you find any subtle errors. Enjoy! A Few Notes: I have not included the Gotham Girls or Lobo web series', not the DTV films Mystery of the Batwoman, or Brainiac Attacks due to issues of quality and continuity. My life is better without them. If you really like them, feel free to include them in your own version. The Lost Years # 4, and Batman Beyond (Limited Series) # 1 are both adaptations of episodes. However, they have exclusive material in the openings. I have included them in the timeline, but only the opening needs to be read. I have separated the Batman, and Batman Beyond sections of "The Trail of Bruce Wayne" from The Dark Knight Adventures 9-12. I think this series is really powerful when read in order of continuity, so I have taken that artistic liberty. Obviously, you can do as you please when reading through. The B:TAS episode "House and Garden" and the S:TAS episode "Absolute Power" have subtle continuity errors with comics that were published after them. I have moved them to later points in the continuity then their original season to amend this error. It works just fine. Due to continuity, there are a few times where Batman's costume changes back to a previous series' look. Deal with it. Many issues that are impossible to place within the series, I have attributed to an area called "The Lost Years". This time is set between Darkseid's third invasion of Earth in the finale of JLU, and the alluded to "Near Apocalypse of '09". As such, alot of things happen "off-screen", including Shayera wearing her armour again, John Stewart going back to his pre-JLU hairstyle, Green Arrow dying and Connor Hawke taking over, the entire GLC being decimated besides Kyle Rayner, and Superboy being either created by Cadmus or becoming public. By the way... this forum messed with my formatting. If you'd like a .doc version, let me know.