Will Singular Point pursue the Multiverse?810 Views5 RepliesAdd A Reply
I was watching Singular Point last week and it occurred to me that the singular points, "competing for the correct answer" that causes the catastrophe could be previously seen universes. What if some of the singular points Ashihara had created were the Showa series, Heisei series, etc.
Now I'll be honest, I'm getting a little burnt out on the multiverse concept. Loki did a decent job of reinvigorating my interest in it, but with the upcoming Spider-Man, Doctor Strange and Flash movies basically all doing the same thing, I wonder what my interest will be by the time Singular Point Season 2 arrives. But at the moment I find the concept of a series bringing every Godzilla continuity into a shared multiverse fascinating enough to speculate on. The Godzilla franchise certainly has the material for such a concept rounding out 14 different continuities. (Depending on what source you use.) The end credits even reference characters and monsters across multiple continuities--Could there be more to it?
I suppose it comes down to MechaGodzilla and seeing if it's a singular point humanity can control. Or if it's just Ashihara making the same mistake all over again and the further into the future he looks the more singular points he creates.
G. H. (Gman)
I don’t think so, the other demensions talked about in the show seem to be strictly in terms 2d, 3D, 4D, 5D demensions, not alternate realities. Archetype is a 4d object, and it’s implied the kanji are as well
Dimensions are different than universes though. For example the fourth dimension is in our universe, we just can't see it because we exist in a third dimensional world. Archetype exists in the same universe, but a different dimension and has somehow seeped into the third dimension.
But the idea that singular points had competing solutions in our universe point to multiple possibilities. Multiple possibilities [could] mean multiple universes--each with 10 dimensions.
our universe is in the fourth demension.
Accoridng to the physics of the show time is set and doesn’t branch off. The the clashing singular points were giving different answers.
Each universe has 10 dimensions though. That has nothing to do with the multiverse.
And while it's true the physics the show seem to indicate time is set, the competing singular points could lend itself to a season two that adjusts the possibility for a multiverse. The idea of information sent back as an answer that isn't clear as information is definitely important to the set timeline and narrative idea. But I wouldn't count out the possibility of a multiverse implementation.
I think it does. "Godzilla in the Multiverse of monsters"