Universe numbers

So, do we have a designated numbers for the universes featured in this movie yet (Miles', Peter B Parker's, Gwen's, Spider-Man Noir's, Peni's, Peter Porker's, Miguel's)? I feel like this would be good to know going forward with creating pages for these versions of the characters.Tardisman14 (talk) 04:38, December 17, 2018 (UTC)

Unfortunately not as far as I'm aware. -- Annabell (talk) 05:01, December 17, 2018 (UTC)
Just saw the movie (great btw) and there was a blink-and-you'll-miss scene where the designated worlds appear on one of the computer screens. I saw it has Earth-616 and Earth-65 on it. Will have to rewatch the film to be sure. Don't know how to resolve this.--UltimatePyro (talk) 06:40, December 17, 2018 (UTC)
While at least five universe designations clearly appear on-screen, it seems they went with the comic numbers. Multiple people claim they spotted Earth-616 and Earth-1610 despite the character histories being clearly different. HBK123 (talk) 07:07, December 17, 2018 (UTC)
How about giving them TRN's 616 and 1610 until this is officially resolved? JagoAndLitefoot (talk) 06:21, December 18, 2018 (UTC)
The TRNs have been assigned, they are as follows:

For the research purposes, I have checked a copy of the film and I can say with absolute certainty that when the collider is first fired, around 25:00 mark words Earth-616, Earth-1610, Earth-65, Earth-8311, Earth-90214 and Earth-14512 all appear on Liv's computer screen. Naturally, we can't treat the main cast as comic characters when their histories are different, but we can't really ignore those numbers either. I propose we treat all comic universe designations as appearing (On-screen) and treat TRNs as their direct offshoots. For example, it's safe to say that history of Gwen Stacy in this movie is almost identical to that of Gwendolyn Stacy (Earth-65) up until a certain point, so Earth-TRN702 would be "This reality shared history with Earth-65 until a dimensional disturbance that..."" and so on.

As an added bonus, while everyone else had some differences from their comic counterparts, in case of Spider-Ham I couldn't spot any, so perhaps he could be simply treated as Peter Porker (Earth-8311)? Wouldn't be the least weird thing about him. HBK123 (talk) 07:44, December 24, 2018 (UTC)

Who decides universe numbers in-universe anyway? Isn't it possible that coincidentally, Miles Morales' universe's scientists gave their and other universes the same numbers as the comicbook versions?--Primestar3 (talk) 14:36, December 31, 2018 (UTC)

Comic creators

So, what about the people who created the comics that appear on-screen during the movie? Should we treat them as mentions of actual, Earth-1218 Brian Michael Bendis, Jason Latour etc. or those of the universes of each Spider-person (Bending being from Earth-TRN700, Latour being from Earth-TRN703 and so on)? HBK123 (talk) 09:09, December 30, 2018 (UTC)

Comic Book Pages characters

During the introductions of Gwen Stacy, Peter Parker and Peter B. Parker we see pages from many real comic books as part of their "back story".

Gwen Stacy has met MJ, there's no real issue there.

Peter B. Parker has met Puma and Silver Sable, again, no real issue there.

Peter Parker (blonde) has lived through the Clone Saga with a classic looking Green Goblin and faced the Sinister Six with a male Doctor Octopus.

My point in doing this post is... should we create a page for each one of these characters? Or should we just call them for the Earths the comic pages are from (616 and 65)? I mean, we don't know what could've happened. Maybe Olivia is just some long lost relative of Otto's, and the Green Goblin has just changed his appearance recently because of a serum or something. I'm just wondering because I didn't wanted to leave like 10 red links just for the sake of it.

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