I have never seen any DC films, tv shows, read any comics or anything. I honestly know nothing. I was wondering if there is an order for ALL the films, tv shows, spin-offs and animated media like there is for Marvel like the one here?
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The graphic you linked to covers a tiny, tiny fraction of the Marvel universe; it only tells you what order to watch the Marvel Cinematic Universe movies. It doesn't cover any of the comic books, any of the dozens of animated shows, any of the X-Men, Fantastic Four, or Spider-Man movies (before 2016), or any live-action show before about 2010.
The equivalent graphic for DC would be very, very short. It would consist of exactly three movies:
- Man of Steel
- Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice
- Suicide Squad
If we included upcoming movies that haven't been released yet, you could include:
- Wonder Woman (the movie)
- Justice League: Part 1
There really is no order to watch "all DC properties" because they all cover vastly different times. There are a good half-dozen distinct comic book timelines that overlap, cross over, or reboot each other; there's an entire set of TV shows on the CW that exist all by themselves; the Gotham show is separate from that; and there's more than one animated universe. And there's a ton of movies that exist outside the DC Extended Universe.