Discussion in 'Alternate History Maps and Graphics' started by Petike, Jul 11, 2018.
Don't ask me, ask James Cameron.
World Capital Germania 1976. Photo taken on the same night of the mysterious disappearance of Adalbert Meier, the manager and guardian of Germania's sweetheart Charlotte Vogel. There has been many theories as to what happened to him, many believing that he had killed himself, whilst others believe it was murder...
A scene from the 1966 joint production Batman Vs Godzilla. The film would help boosts both Batman's popularity in the East and Godzilla's popularity in the West.
Batman would receive multiple Japan exclusive films and TV Shows, including an anime series (Seen above) and a live action film starring Hiroyuki Sanada as the seasoned Japanese American billionaire and armoured, crime fighting vigilante Bantarou Wayne.
Besides from receiving a live action TV series (Lasting from 1967-1976 and primarily using stock footage from the already existing Godzilla films) Godzilla would also receive the occasional blockbuster film, including one in 1994.
The Joker(s), Two Face, and Riddler
Jim Carrey as the Joker from Tim Burton’s 1989 classic, Batman Begins.
The role for Joker in Batman Begins initially went to Jack Nicholson, but when Nicholson lost interest in the project Carrey (the runner up) got the part.
Willem Dafoe as the Joker in the gripping Batman live-action series, Caped Crusader (1990-1998).
Both Dafoe and Carrey would be hailed by fans as the best Jokers (often times there are arguments between Carrey fans and Dafoe fans as to who is the better Joker, who is the definitive Joker). Later on, Tim Curry would join Carrey and Dafoe as one of the most popular and recognisable Jokers by lending his voice to the Clown Prince of Crime in Batman the Animated Series (2005-2011).
Billy Dee Williams as Gotham District Attorney Harvey Dent from Caped Crusader.
Billy Dee Williams as Caped Crusader’s Two Face.
Four years later in 2002, Williams would take up the persona of Harvey Dent and Two Face once more in Tim Burton’s Batman Forever and teamed up with the Riddler (played by Robin Williams). The villainous duo would go up against Batman (played by Michael Keaton) and Catwoman (played by Michelle Pfeiffer).
Batman Forever movie poster.
The first official Warner Bros. trailer for Batman Forever.
The second official trailer for Batman Forever.
The first official Warner Bros. trailer for the upcoming Batman film, “Joker: The First Laugh” which is due to release this Summer (directed by Manoj Nelliyattu "M. Night" Shyamalan who worked with Tim Burton on Batman Forever).
The movie will star Ben Affleck as Batman, a first for him, and Willem Dafoe returning as the titular character, the Joker – the film is also going to be the origin story of the Joker put to the silver screen.
Second official trailer for Joker: The First Laugh.
A promotional poster for Joker: The First Laugh.
Comparisons between the Jim Carrey Joker and the Willem Dafoe Joker through dialogue.
That was amazing!!!
Thank you. All you need to really do is think of something, focus on it, and let your imagination do the rest (that and finding the appropriate videos and images).
Katsuhiro Otomo's artistic depiction of the destruction of Tokyo on December 6th, 1982, an event which would mark the beginning on the Third World War.
A satellite image of Neo-Tokyo, built on an artificial island located within Tokyo Bay (Circa 2019).
Photos of Neo-Tokyo (Circa 2019).
A rare photo of the construction of the Olympic Stadium, which the Japanese government has kept under wraps. Despite anti government sentiment, terrorism and gang violence, Neo-Tokyo is still set to host the 2020 Olympic Games.
That... Sounds like a kick ass story.
I'm confused. Is this real history or this not? Just asking since it seems so weird to post this on this forum page.
It is real history... but you could make it alternate history easily/
If memory serves there is an episode where Zorro fights a ninja. They latter become friends...
A Soviet Red Army tank enters Riga, the capital of the Latvian Soviet Socialist Republic, amidst the protests for independence circa 1995 (top). Soviet President Valentin Sergeyevich Pavlov circa 1995 (bottom).
Amidst the widely successful Pavlov economic reforms of the early 1990s, calls for independence and democracy sprung up across the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Soviet President Valentin Pavlov, under pressure from the hardliners of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union (CPSU), declared martial law across the union. The independence movements in the Latvian, Lithuanian, Estonian, Belorussian, and Ukrainian SSRs were quickly and totally crushed. Independence movements in all the Central Asian SSRs were crushed as well.
Pro-democracy protesters in Red Square on August 2, 1995 (top). Pro-government protesters march against the Pro-Dems (centre). Soviet tanks move towards Red Square to break up the protests (bottom).
The one event that characterised the crisis in the Soviet Union at the time was the Red Square Massacre which was inspired by the successful 1989 Tiananmen Revolution that toppled the Chinese Communist Party, brought democracy to mainland China, and eventually led to the 2007 reunification with Taiwan.
Soviet Red Army soldiers march in Red Square on the 102nd October Revolution Day Parade, circa 2019.
Blood Rights (The Vampiric Right Movement)
Link to the time line on the writer forum:https://www.alternatehistory.com/forum/threads/blood-rights-the-vampiric-right-movement.468831/
In the mid 20’s century during the world world was rocked with social change from protest and terrorist in Northern Ireland and Southern Japan to the black civil rights struggle for equality of the races to the fight for equal sexes, but none so stranger than the struggle for vampire rights...
The Great Awakening 1953
Picture Of Bush Haste one of the first vampire to “come out of the coffin” he would later go on to become a talk a late night talk show host and news reporter. He would be voted by the most powerful vampires to announce themselves to the world at the UN.
Anti vampire riots in Eastern Europe after the news of vampires being real hit them. The USSR would send in tanks to calm the riots....
Example of an anti vampire sign in the US (1954) just days after the UN announcement.
Example of some vampire nest that was open to the public.
Adze BlackHeart a vampire right icon and rumored to be the oldest vampire and one of few vamps that can day walk.
Holy Smokes Batman, somebody has stolen the Millennium Falcon.
This is a very intriguing concept.
Thanks if you want to you can follow the time line on writer forum.
Mikhail Tukhachevsy, Chairman of the Government of National Reconstruction
Ukrainians in Kiev tear down and destroy a statue of former Premier Joseph Stalin in support for the March on Moscow
T-36 tanks take positions near Leningrad after local Party Officials condemn the March.
Spoiler: Possibly Graphic Imagery
A Red Army officer reads off charges as supporters of the Leningrad Council prepare to be hung
The Government of National
Reconstruction was a short lived governing council led by a cabal of generals in the Red Army led by Marshal Voroshilov and Marshal Tukhachevsky. As the Great Purge went on the Red Army grew increasingly restless and Stalin increasingly targeted the military. In 1937 Stalin overreached and accused Marshal Mikhail Tukhachevsky, Hero of the Civil War and prominent General of the Red Army, of treason and ordered him arrested. Voroshilov, an adamant supporter of Stalin, obliged and moved to have Tukhachevsky arrested. However when the order reached the ordinary officers of the Army, some of who knew and liked Tukhacehvsky, word quickly made it to the would be captive of Voroshilov's orders. Tukhachevsky and Stalin were old rivals so when he heard that his name was now on a list for execution, Tukhachevsky and his closest staff officers quickly managed to slip away (with the help of sympathetic soldiers) and rallied sympathetic generals and soldiers to their cause in a firebrand speech from an undisclosed location. Stalin moved quickly to gather the Red Army and put down the budding rebellion but, with dissent already in the ranks, orders were lost or disobeyed and regular troops refused to leave their barracks. Instead men loyal to Tukhachevsky gathered near Ryazan while Voroshilov began to muster a counter near Moscow. As 1937 came to a close the two sides seemed ready and the USSR seemed to be on the brink of civil war. At this crucial moment history decided to turn like it sometimes does. A chance mistake in a blizzard sent Voroshilov's staff car careening into an intersection where a speeding truck hit it so hard the car nearly split in half. Needless to say Voroshilov was killed instantly and in the few days it took a new general loyal enough to lead an army to be found, Tukhachevsky made his move. At the head of his army the Marshal marched his men from Ryazan to Moscow. Stalin, stubborn to a fault, stayed in Moscow until Tukhachevksy led his personal guard into the Kremlin themselves. No shots were fired as Stalin was found, arrested and sent to prison (where he would be unceremoniously executed after five years behind bars).
In a speech to a Emergency Session of the Supreme Soviet Tukhachevsky railed against Stalin for hours accusing him of weakening the USSR intentionally and seeking to install himself as a new Tsar. At the end of the speech Tukhachevsky announced, this time in a more solemn tone, that the Supreme Soviet was dissolved until further notice. Until that time where it could be reconvened and select a new Preimer Tukhachevsky and his closest associates would lead the USSR in a governing council called the Government of National Reconstruction. This supposedly temporary period of interim government, which many suspected to last maybe a year at most, would last a decade. [...]
An F-86 Sabre operated by the Transamur Republican Air Force on patrol during the Mongolian Crisis
The Mongolian Crisis
Following the death of Roman von Ungern-Sternberg on February 7th, 1952, both the German-backed Russian Empire and the US-backed Transamur Republic rushed to reclaim the stretch of Siberia seized from the Russian State by Mongolia during the Second Weltkrieg. Despite significant saber-rattling between the Reichspakt and DETO, the crisis would be resolved within six months with the Yenisei river becoming the new border between the two Russian pretender states.
(The Vampiric Right Movement)
Link to timeline:https://www.alternatehistory.com/forum/threads/blood-rights-the-vampiric-right-movement.468831/
Three cops struggle to hold back a badly hurt new vampire during the Watts Riots.
Photo from Watts where the police raided a vampire neighborhood the vampire fought back and it took over 500 police and a tank to complete the raid over 50 police died and 45 vamp died.
A group of human and vampire riot over He police shooting of the drunk driver.
Photo of a protester taken in that morning by the police his body would be found that night outside an gas station beaten.
This is how we lost the first Photos from Alternate Worlds thread... Still pretty damn good.
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