Christopher, on 23 August 2015 - 09:53 PM, said:
By the way, Michelle Lovretta has said
that she's open to the possibility of a Dark Matter
crossover. That would be tricky, I think, given that Killjoys
does seem to be much more distant in time and space. Although it wouldn't be anywhere near as poor a fit as the enforced Eureka/Warehouse 13/Alphas
crossovers from a few years ago.
I think that, from what's been shown in both shows, Killjoys
and Dark Matter
could easily take place in the same universe. In both shows, big corporations rule everything (i.e. The Nine/The Company in the Killjoys
universe, and the Ferrous Corporation, Mikkei Combine, et. al in the Dark Matter
universe). Any differences in technological advancement could be explained away based on the fact that the various corporations don't share technology with each other.
has taken place entirely in one star system whereas Dark Matter
has taken place entirely on space stations (and one planet which only had an R&D station on it), which makes it entirely plausible that they're in the same universe, and the space stations that the Raza
crew have been to are just so far away from The Quad that they've never encountered each other (and never encountered the same big corporations) and technology levels are vastly different. I figure it's kind of like how, in our modern world, people in developed countries have near universal access to electricity and potable water, whereas people in the least developed countries don't have reliable access to either. Plus the big corporations are different even between developed countries, let alone between developed and least developed countries.
Edited by Raina, 02 September 2015 - 05:36 AM.