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Are the various Superman/Batman/Green Lantern/Other DC one off-off movies considered canon?

I just finished watching All-Star Superman and that movie seemed to go against basically everything I knew about the Superman universe.

At the end of the movie:

Superman was dying, so he flew into the Sun after an alien Super being turned the star blue to consume it. It concluded with Superman not returning to Earth, but his DNA remained and it seemed as though a clone was going to be made using (I assume) Lois' embryos.

From what I know about the DC Universe, this never happened, and

Superman is still around.

Is this just a one off-off story that shouldn't be considered part of the actual story line? Is this some other universe where the time liketimeline is different?

This question goes for all of DC's recent one-off movie events.

Are the various Superman/Batman/Green Lantern/Other DC one off movies considered canon?

I just finished watching All-Star Superman and that movie seemed to go against basically everything I knew about the Superman universe.

At the end of the movie:

Superman was dying, so he flew into the Sun after an alien Super being turned the star blue to consume it. It concluded with Superman not returning to Earth, but his DNA remained and it seemed as though a clone was going to be made using (I assume) Lois' embryos.

From what I know about the DC Universe, this never happened, and

Superman is still around.

Is this just a one off story that shouldn't be considered part of the actual story line? Is this some other universe where the time like is different?

This question goes for all of DC's recent one-off movie events.

Are the various Superman/Batman/Green Lantern/Other DC one-off movies considered canon?

I just finished watching All-Star Superman and that movie seemed to go against basically everything I knew about the Superman universe.

At the end of the movie:

Superman was dying, so he flew into the Sun after an alien Super being turned the star blue to consume it. It concluded with Superman not returning to Earth, but his DNA remained and it seemed as though a clone was going to be made using (I assume) Lois' embryos.

From what I know about the DC Universe, this never happened, and

Superman is still around.

Is this just a one-off story that shouldn't be considered part of the actual story line? Is this some other universe where the timeline is different?

This question goes for all of DC's recent one-off movie events.

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I just finished watching All-Star Superman and that movie seemed to go against basically everything I knew about the Superman universe.

At the end of the movie:[Spoilers! Beware!]

Superman was dying, so he flew into the Sun after an alien Super being turned the star blue to consume it. It concluded with Superman not returning to Earth, but his DNA remained and it seemed as though a clone was going to be made using (I assume) Lois' embryos.

From what I know about the DC Universe, this never happened, and

Superman is still around.

Is this just a one off story that shouldn't be considered part of the actual story line? Is this some other universe where the time like is different?

This question goes for all of DC's recent one-off movie events.

I just finished watching All-Star Superman and that movie seemed to go against basically everything I knew about the Superman universe.

At the end of the movie:[Spoilers! Beware!]

Superman was dying, so he flew into the Sun after an alien Super being turned the star blue to consume it. It concluded with Superman not returning to Earth, but his DNA remained and it seemed as though a clone was going to be made using (I assume) Lois' embryos.

From what I know about the DC Universe, this never happened, and

Superman is still around.

Is this just a one off story that shouldn't be considered part of the actual story line? Is this some other universe where the time like is different?

This question goes for all of DC's recent one-off movie events.

I just finished watching All-Star Superman and that movie seemed to go against basically everything I knew about the Superman universe.

At the end of the movie:

Superman was dying, so he flew into the Sun after an alien Super being turned the star blue to consume it. It concluded with Superman not returning to Earth, but his DNA remained and it seemed as though a clone was going to be made using (I assume) Lois' embryos.

From what I know about the DC Universe, this never happened, and

Superman is still around.

Is this just a one off story that shouldn't be considered part of the actual story line? Is this some other universe where the time like is different?

This question goes for all of DC's recent one-off movie events.

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