Marvel Cinematic Universe Timelinefrom 2987BC to March 2014
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The Interactive Marvel Cinematic Universe timeline.
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Are you a fan of the Marvel Cinematic universe? Ever scratch your head over what happened when and how events in the past link to consequences in the current times? Well wonder no more! A huge fan of the Universe, Anthony Norfolk created a nice picture filled timeline to pinpoint all the important elements of the Marvel Cinematic Universe."We've seen the films, we know they share the same universe but how does the Marvel Cinematic Universe all fit? Well, wonder no longer!!
Originally much of this work wasn't mine. In fact the predominant work was done by Rich Drees who is the Editor over at www.filmbuffonline.com where an early timeline can be seen. I have now made my own significant contribution to this. The sharpe eyed will notice the more important changes. I'm very happy to answer any questions regarding the timeline. Simply send me an email headed MCU Timeline to email@example.com Cheers guys."
If you fancy a less animated timeline this one
at the Marvel.com news site should suffice. This static timeline starts at 1000 years BIM (Before Iron Man) and ends just before the Avengers Assembled.
The Marvel Wiki timeline
over at Wikia has details which go from the time of the Dark Elves, and goes right up to the Guardians of the Galaxy.
The ever reliable Wikipedia has a timeline page on the current films
including short films which are often only available as DVD extras, as well as some details of future projects such as the Agent Carter tv series
, and the Daredevil Netflix series
If you want to create your own timeline then the software
that Anthony used can also be used by you for free. Anyone brave soul care to attempt a timeline of the Avengers characters in the published comic universe?
Previously on Mefi, jdroth created a post that outlines which order to read the Marvel Masterworks
series (trade reprints
of older Marvel comics) in - all 2,996 of em.
If you want to know what those titles are in a big list, then tradereadingorder
has a specific Marvel list for you