You've probably seen most of Marvel's films, but what about the TV shows?
If you're like me, so atimelines are very important to you ̵
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When we move into Phase 4, we've updated the timeline * and now the video version *. "Black Panther" moves as well as some TV episodes and seasons; In addition, the timeline now contains the announced but not yet named Marvel movies, which will be released by 2022. And if you stream. Do you think that you have found a mistake? Let me know in the comments!
So either you help fill in the blanks "" (or after ) just watch all shows for fun or just trying to impress your friends, we've created a timeline of Marvel's Phase 1, 2, 3, 4 (and maybe beyond tbh) properties in perfect viewing order.
The [MarvelCinematicUniverse is sometimes also associated with features such as movie comics or shorts. Here we have omitted smaller objects and stayed with the big twos: movies in red, shows in black.
You should also note that "The Incredible Hulk" is still skippable () and even William Hurt (" Thunderbolt ") Ross himself) has admitted it. Speaking to IGN, Hurt said that "[Ross in 'Civil War'] is different because it's a different style … And what they did is they took a character, the Ross from the older one Movie was and a new version made a much newer Ross.A very different Ross. "After watching both, we can confirm that this is indeed the case.
You'll also notice that shorts and the Marvel "one-shots" are missing in the graphics. These are short videos that were originally created as stand-alone stories to provide background stories for characters or things seen in the movies. two of them would later become full-fledged shows.
|Title, Release Date||taking place …|
|The Consultant (Sept. 2011)||At the end of "Iron Man 2"|
|A funny thing happened on the way to Thor's Hammer (Oct. 2011)||Right in front of "Thor"|
|Item 47 (Sept. 2012)||Immediately after the Battle of New York in "Avengers"|
|Agent Carter (Aug. 2013)||One year after "Captain America: The First Avenger"; before "Agent Carter"|
|All greet the king (Feb. 2014)||About two years after "Iron Man 3"; before "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D."|
Continuity in MCU
There is definitely some continuity of strangeness when you have both movies and TV show features, and the ones listed in the chart are no exception.
The first season of "" saw the release of two Marvel films and had to cope with recording these plots. Broadcast after the release of "Thor: The Dark World", episode 8 of "S.H.I.E.L.D." takes place right after these events.
Later that same season, episode 16 aired the same weekend as the release of "Captain America: Winter Solider," and in a neat piece of continuity, the events portrayed on "S.H.I.E.L.D." take place almost at the same time as the movie. (Some people say Episode 16 comes before "Winter Soldier," and you can certainly treat it as such. The * absolute * best way to observe them would be but no one yet to see this one Fan makes editing [Bearbeiten]
and " " have wobbly-wobbly timelines. Early in the series, the Battle of New York is considered the incident and it's said that it happened about two years ago, but due to the lack of interaction of the show with any of the big Marvel characters, it could appear almost anywhere on the timeline between "Thor: A Dark World" and "Avengers: Age of Ultron In our timeline, we placed it parallel to the second season of "SHIELD" to stay closer to the time it was released.
"Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2" is higher than you expected have – there s is due to the number of years that the movie supposedly passed, which means it's only a few months after the first movie.
Finally, many commentators believe that "Doctor Strange" should come before "Winter Soldier" and they cite the scene with Jasper Sitwell on the roof calling Stephen Strange. But to be honest, this one has a better explanation than "the algorithm was right in money with Strange" instead of "he was already a magician" until then. In fact, an IGN editor has a pretty big breakdown on why this is exactly the case.
It could probably go both ways, but all signs indicate that "Strange" takes place afterwards. (But with time manipulation now, who really knows?)
A frequent question about the timeline is why "Captain America" is first; In particular, the questions often revolve around how you do not know who Nick Fury is or what S.H.I.E.L.D. is, and that's all my opinion. I think seeing Steve Rogers grow up first, followed by seeing Agent Carter's story is a great way to start as an MCU raid. It can be argued that he is the most important avenger, and whether you agree or disagree, it is worth jumping first with him.
As for the second most frequently asked question: No, "Iron Man 2" should not be "Incredible Hulk" because of "The Consultant". This short film was released much later on the "Thor" DVD to replenish the storyline. I say 100%, if anything should move, then it's the timing, if you look at it briefly – maybe "Iron Man 2" and that will help. Yes, I will make that change the one shot list that should help.
You may have noticed that I asked "" about "Infinity War," though it has not come out yet, just a good reputation for the followers and teasers, but if it turns out to be wrong, I'll pull him down this summer.
And although it was reported that "" will take place in the 1990s, I have not moved it – I am waiting to see if It will really be a full-fledged flashback, or if it's similar to the past like "Wonder Woman," this is a plot device to tell a story. I'll probably only rate this change next year when the movie comes out (but who knows what time it will take).