But just because a superhero had his or her origins in comic books, that doesn't mean they are automatically relegated to that alternate Toobworld. Earth Prime-Time has been home to the following shows:
- 'The Adventures Of Superman'
- 'The Flash' (the version from the early 1990s)
- 'Wonder Woman'
And there are more. Comic Book Toobworld is home to the new version of 'The Flash', 'Arrow', 'Supergirl', 'Agents Of SHIELD', perhaps 'Gotham', maybe 'Lois & Clark'. But that is contingent on developments in any of those pre-mentioned series.
So far I see no evidence that Agent Peggy Carter existed in the main Toobworld. For alls I know, she may have died in service during World War II. We haven't seen Jarvis either, but I think we may have a hint that he could have been - perhaps still is! - living in Earth Prime-Time.
'THE ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN'
"GREAT CAESAR'S GHOST"
Under great mental pressure due to his involvement in an upcoming trial of a mob boss, Daily Planet publisher Perry White came to rely more and more on his butler... who was also named Jarvis.
Age-wise, this couldn't be the counterpart to the Jarvis from 'Agent Carter'. (Tele-genetics wouldn't be a factor.) However, we could make the claim that the old butler had a son who looked exactly like the Stark valet. And who knows? Maybe he was working as a gentleman's gentleman as well (although it would be doubtful that he led the life of derring-do undertaken by Agent Carter's "sidekick.")
So we can't prove it. Shrug time. That's why these are always theories of relateeveety.