If DC comics/Time Warner Bros studios(possibly additionally Discovery+) would work with Disney Studios(Disney Pictures)/ 20th Century Fox on producing comic book series for the following Could the following maybe decade by decade ( New ‘Flintstones’ sequel series in the works
By Dagmar Breitenbach, Elizabeth Grenier | 28.04.2021 (Bedrock) go further than 20 years forward from the original with additional timeskip /flash forwarding comic book scenes/comic book issues/comic book partial volumes?
- The Stone Age (2.5 million B.C. to 3000 B.C.) - documents the human migration from Africa and first use of tools by Neanderthals, Denisovans and early humans
- The Bronze Age (3000 B.C. to 1300 B.C.) - humans settle in Mesopotamia, the Indus Valley and ancient Egypt; invention of the wheel and metalworking
- The Iron Age (1300 B.C. to 600 B.C.) - formation of planned cities, introduction of ironworks, steel, and writing systems. Classical Era (600 B.C.-A.D. 476). * Ancient Greece (600 B.C. to A.D. 600) - foundation of democracy, philosophy, mathematics, drama, and poetry
- Ancient Rome (753 B.C. to A.D. 476) - political power that developed the legal system, irrigation, architecture, city roads, and Christianity
- Persian Empire (550 B.C. to 330 B.C.) - Middle Eastern empire that practiced Zoroastrianism before Islam and fell to Alexander the Great in 330 B.C.
- Byzantine Empire (A.D. 285 to A.D. 1453) - Mediterranean culture that incorporated practices and beliefs from ancient Greece and Rome; the only major power not to fall until after the Renaissance. The Middle Ages (A.D. 476 -A.D. 1450 ) * Early Middle Ages (A.D. 476 to A.D. 1000) - also known as Late Antiquity ; this period shows most powers rebuilding after the collapse of the Roman Empire and the beginning of Islam in the Middle East
- High Middle Ages (A.D. 1000 to A.D. 1250) - 250-year period that saw the height of the Catholic church’s power in the Crusades
- Late Middle Ages (A.D. 1250 to A.D. 1450) - a period that saw the Black Plague, the beginning of European exploration and the invention of the printing press