You've probably seen most of Marvel's movies, but what about the TV series?
If you are like me, that is, athe timelines are very important to you – but may be more than confusing.
Editor's Note, November 19, 2018: This week Marvel has presented its own "official" timeline for MCU movies. It is interesting, but most of us think it only shows what we started almost 5 years ago. (Remember that we are also playing in the TV series, why ours is an animal.)
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As we get closer to "" and " " we will update the timeline again in 2019 so stay up to date. And if you're looking for . Do you think you have found a mistake? Let us know in the comments!
To help you fill in the slots before "," to (or after ) just watch all the shows for fun or just try to impress your friends. We have created a timeline for Marvel's Phase 1, 2, 3, 4 (and perhaps beyond tbh) features in perfect viewing order.
Marvel Cinematic Universe as it is sometimes called, includes associated features such as film-binding series or shorts. Here we have left smaller features and stuck in the big two: the films in red, show in black.
Also, you should definitely note that "The Incredible Hulk" is still jumping () and even William Hurt ("Thunderbolt "Ross himself) has acknowledged it. When he spoke to IGN, Hurt said that "[Ross in ‘Civil War’] is different because it's a different style … And what they've done is that they've taken a character like Ross from the older movie and made a new version. newer Ross. A very different Ross. "After looking at both, we can confirm that this really is the case.
You will also notice that shorts and Marvel "One Shots" are missing from the graphics. These are short videos originally created as standalone stories to provide backstory for characters or things seen in the movies. two of them would later be full-featured shows.
|Title, Release Date||Takes Place …|
|Consultant (September 2011)||At the end of "Iron Man 2"|
|A fun thing happened on the way to Thors Hammer (Oct 2011)||Directly before "Thor"|
|Article 47 (September 2012)||Immediately after the Battle of New York in the "Avengers"|
|Agent Carter (Aug. 2013)||One year after "Captain America: The First Avenger;" before "Agent Carter"|
|All Hail King (Feb. 2014)||about two years after "Iron Man 3;" prior to "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D."|
Continuity in MCU
There is definitely continuity when you have both movies and TV shows, and those shown on the graphics are no exception.
Season 1 of "" saw the release of two Marvel films and had to contradict incorporation of these sites. Aeration after the release of "Thor: The Dark World", Section 8 of "S.H.I.E.L.D." definitely happens after these events.
Later in the same season, episode 16 moved the same weekend as the release of "Captain America: Winter Solider", and in a nice piece of continuity, the events presented "S.H.I.E.L.D." takes place almost the same time as the movie. (Some say that section 16 comes before "Winter Soldier", and you can really treat it as such. The absolute best way to see them would be at the same time but have not seen anyone edit that fan.)
and " " also feature wibbly-wobbly timelines. Early in the series, the Battle of New York is called the Incident, and it is said that it occurred about two years earlier. But because of the show's lack of interaction with some big screen Marvel characters, it can happen almost anywhere on the timeline between "Thor: A Dark World" and "Avengers: Age of Ultron." In our timeline, we placed it simultaneously with the second season of "S.H.I.E.L.D." to keep closer to the time it actually released.
"Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2" is higher than you might have expected – it depends on the number of years the movie says has passed, meaning it only takes place a few months after the first movie.
Finally, many commentators feel that "Doctor Strange" should come before "Winter Soldier" and they cite the scene with Jasper Sitwell on the roof name Stephen Strange. But to be honest, this has a better explanation as "the algorithm was right on the money with strange" rather than "he was already a magician" then. In fact, an IGN editor has a fairly large breakdown of why this is exactly the case here.
It may probably be some way, but all characters point to "strange" that happens afterwards. (But with time manipulation up to grab now, who really knows?)
A common question about the timeline is why "Captain America" is the first; In particular, the questions often concern how you do not know who Nick Fury is or what S.H.I.E.L.D. is, and this is just my opinion. I think Steve Rogers grows up first, followed by seeing Agent Carter's story, is a great way to start as MCU foray. It's a case that he's the most important avenger, and if you agree with it or not, it's worth to jump in with him first.
In the second most question: No, "Iron Man 2" should not come before "Incredible Hulk" because of the short "The Consultant." The short one was released much later on "Thor" DVD in an attempt to simply fill in the storyline. I say 100% that if something is about to move, it's time to look so short – maybe put it on "Iron Man 2 instead and it will help." Yes, I'll make that change
You may notice that I moved "" up above "Infinity War", even though it has not yet come out. This is really just a bargain that judges by trailers and teasers so far, but if it turns out to be wrong, I'll move back this summer.
And although it has been reported that "" will take place in the 1990s, I did not move it – I'm waiting to see it really will be an accomplished flashback, or if it will use earlier similar to "wonder woman", it's like a blank to tell a story. I'm probably not going to evaluate that change next year when the movie comes out (but who knows what time will bring).
Black Panther, Endless War and Phase 4
diversity is very important to wonder: "You are watching some of our movies and they have been very different, " he said. "We feel we just make justice to the books by representing it completely."
After "Black Panther", all bets are suspended for the future of MCU. Itsorigin story broke all superhero story rules – here hope Marvel continues to
Check out ourthe accent and power of Black Panther.
Prepare for tears with "." We are pretty sure * someone * will die, and when nobody is safe, they are heavy against Iron Man or Captain America.
Director Joe and Anthony Russo say there will be some unexpected characters in Infinity War and, oh, that's basically a heist movie with Thanos in the middle of everything.
The Infinity War is the biggest new feature in the movie Thanos and the fact that he goes into the story in a very bold, strong way, to the extent that he is almost a leader. We have formed an interesting story about him who in some ways leans heavily on a heist film in the fact that he goes for infinity stones on a much stronger and successful path than he previously had. The whole movie has the energy of the bad guy who is a step before the heroes. We watched many movies that had the heist-style energy for them, [and] which gave some inspiration.
For more information about Avengers 3 & 4 from the director,with the brothers.
"Ant-Man & The Wasp", with Paul Rudd and Evangeline Lily, is set for July, making it the first movie to give title billing to a woman. And let's not forget thatBut we're still hoping we'll see her in "Infinity War" . "
Marvel at Netflix and other TV shows
Netflix Marvel still shows outside theaters, but ABC tried to jump back into the game with" Inhumans "this fall, but bad grades mean that some wisdom of a second season is gone. The fifth season of "SHIELD" has taken our heroes to the future (literally), but no word yet on its renewal. The season finale will be titled "The End", which sounds even more unpleasant in the absence of season six news.
New Marvel shows are now quite consistent, but only a few are in the MCU canon. In June, "Cloak & Dagger" is set to premiere on ABC's young Adult Channel Freeform; ""was originally intended for the same network this year, but in November of November, THR revealed that it was trading to other networks. It currently has no air date so I removed it from the timeline.
Also,"", launched at Hulu, centers on a group of teenagers who come together to defeat their evil parents, it worked well enough to have a season 2 renewal.
In the case of Netflix-Marvel features, most of these series have gone better than ABC projects.mentioned that humanity in Luke Cage and Defenders is a major part of what he thinks about people.
"A large part of what separates the Netflix type Marvel Cinematic Universe from the movies is its ability to stay away from" superhero, mysticism and alien interference. "So yes, I feel it has its own audience. Our characters know [in real life] Here are those Netflix properties are from now:
Here are those Netflix properties are from now: 19659080] "Jessica Jones": Just renewed for season three, everyone's favorite whiskey drinker returns … any day. (Funny fact: It was the first Marvel Television property to win an Emmy.)
Marvel University's growth is extraordinary (has-have), and as the comedian's giant introduces new fans into new characters (some people had no idea who Doctor Strange was a few years ago) and partners with cable tv and Netflix to expand Further, we could see some pretty epic moods, layers and characters come out of the woodwork.
So be honest. What characters would you like to see in Marvel's yet unpublished but absolutely indispensable next phase on both the small and the big screen?
This part was originally published April 30, 2015 and is updated sporadically.