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"I observed for as long as I could. Their leaders have been assassinated. Their communities are flooded with drugs and weapons. They are overly policed and incarcerated. All over the world our people are suffering because they don't have the tools to fight back."
N'Jobu[src]

This is a timeline of events that occurred during the 1990s.

Unknown Year

1990

January

February

11th

March

8th

17th

23rd

April

11th

24th

  • Hale wakes up in the HYDRA Preparatory Academy and prepares for the day.[16][17]
  • Hale talks to Jasper Sitwell at breakfast about how excited she is that Daniel Whitehall will be leading her class today.[16][17]
  • Whitehall gives a lecture to Hale's class, talking about how they are finding a new way to replicate the super soldier effect of the process performed on Steve Rogers, but are missing a key component. Hale's classmate Wolfgang von Strucker suggests they try to acquire the Tesseract, but Whitehall is impressed when Hale instead suggests looking to space for answers.[16][17]
  • Hale does weight training, and some of the boys in her class bully her, putting extra weights on her bar. She manages to get it off her safely then starts a fight with von Strucker for putting the boys up to it.[16][17]
  • Hale is forced to shoot the dog she has grown attached to over her time in class, so as to prove she is capable of not letting emotion become a liability.[16][17]

25th

  • Hale goes to breakfast, bruised from her fight. She finds out that Jasper Sitwell has been assigned to infiltrate S.H.I.E.L.D., but that she has not received a placement letter yet. She had to shoot her dog last night.[16][17]
  • Hale is taken to see Daniel Whitehall, who explains that since she is the only girl graduating, she is the only one capable of a special task they wish to assign her. He tells her that she will infiltrate the air force and that they will artificially inseminate her with a child designed to be optimized for particle infusion. Hale is angry that her talents will be wasted, but reluctantly accepts.[16][17]
  • The Hubble Space Telescope is launched into Earth orbit.[18]

May

20th

Yggdrasil

The Nine Realms

21st

24th

June

17th

23rd

July

5th

August

2nd

September

10th

18th

October

November

1991

January

4th

February

11th

14th

28th

March

8th

30th

April

1st

28th

May

30th

July

12th

September

17th

27th

October

7th

December

11th

16th

17th

25th

1992

January

15th

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T'Chaka explaining Ulysses Klaue's attack

  • Assassination of N'Jobu: T'Chaka accuses N'Jobu of assisting Klaue, N'Jobu's friend "James" reveals himself to be Zuri, another undercover Wakandan, who has always been loyal to T'Chaka. N'Jobu passionately attempts to convince his older brother of why it was necessary to take vibranium out of Wakanda, so as to arm the oppressed African diaspora and help the world to run better. When T'Chaka refuses to listen and sentences him to death, N'Jobu pulls a gun to shoot Zuri. T'Chaka moves swiftly to stop him and ends up stabbing his brother in the chest with the Panther Habit's claws, killing him.[51][52]
  • Meanwhile, N'Jobu's young son, Erik Stevens, plays basketball outside. He notices the Wakandan jet as it leaves.[51][52]
  • Stevens returns home to his apartment and finds his father dead. He cradles his father's body and cries.[51][52]
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T'Chaka and T'Challa discussing the future

  • Arriving home in Wakanda, T'Chaka visits the City of the Dead. An 11-year-old Prince T'Challa and his friend, 10-year-old Nakia are exploring and come across the king. T'Chaka tells T'Challa not to roam. He then proceeds to tell his son that he made a hard decision earlier that day, but that being king comes with the price of hard decisions. T'Challa would remember this moment 24 years later when he entered the Ancestral Plane after being crowned king.[51][53]

21st

March

2nd

April

6th

27th

May

18th

June

18th

July

4th

September

8th

18th

22nd

October

13th

23rd

25th

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Victor Stein meeting Janet in class at Culver University

  • At Culver University, a student named Victor Stein meets a student named Janet as they watch a live video feed of a sunset in Mauna Kea, Hawaii in a lecture. Stein says that the atmospheric refraction of the sunset showing us light that has already fallen behind the horizon is the key to looking at time travel, observing things at a time different to when they are actually occurring. They would soon begin a relationship, eventually leading to their marriage.[61][35]

November

21st

24th

December

7th

15th

1993

January

20th

February

26th

Trade Center 93

World Trade Center Bombing

27th

March

April

19th

24th

  • Pop is arrested and given a 10-year prison stint. His partner is pregnant when he goes in.[68][23]

May

5th

June

11th

July

2nd

August

28th

November

9th

12th

December

2nd

1994

February

25th

28th

March

11th

28th

29th

April

  • Jessica Jones, aged 8, nearly accidentally strangles herself when a bag strap gets caught on a doorknob.[73][74]

5th

9th

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Jack Murdock allows Matt perform first aid

  • Jack Murdock returns home after a boxing match. He asks his son Matt to help stitch his injuries. Jack allows Matt to have a drink of scotch, to keep a steady hand.[76][58]

22nd

May

12th

  • Matt Murdock saves an elderly man from being hit by a truck, causing an accident. Hazardous chemicals from a flipped truck splash on his face and as his eyes absorb the chemicals, Murdock is blinded. The last sight he sees is of his father trying to comfort him as he screams that he cannot see.[76][77]
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Murdock comforts his son in the hospital

  • Matt Murdock wakes up in a hospital after the accident he was involved in. He discovers that he can hear every sound in the nearby area, causing him pain. His father tries desperately to comfort him. He lets his son touch his face so he can recognize that it is him, which calms him down.[76][58]

30th

June

24th

July

15th

September

16th

25th

October

  • Jack Murdock returns home after a boxing match and finds his son Matt asleep. He wakes him up and allows him to feel his face for his injuries. He then tells Matt to finish his homework.[79][77]
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Poster for the "Fight of the Year" in 1995

  • One day while training at Fogwell's Gym, Jack Murdock is approached by his employer, Roscoe Sweeney. Sweeney tells him that he booked Murdock a match against Carl "Crusher" Creel. However, Sweeney tells Murdock that he has to lose the fight in the fifth round as they were placing bets against him. Slightly disappointed, Murdock agrees to throw the fight.[79][58]

10th

28th

  • Why Should White Guys Have All the Fun? How Reginald Lewis Created a Billion-Dollar Business Empire by Reginald Lewis and Blair S. Walker is published.[2][3][80]

November

12th

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Murdock asks his ex-wife to take in Matt

  • A few hours before his fight against Carl Creel, Jack Murdock calls Ed and tells him to put all his bets on him and then transfer the money to an account at M&R Credit Union in Matt's name. He also calls his ex-wife and asks her to look after Matt.[79][58]
  • Creel vs Murdock: Matt Murdock reminds his father that "Murdocks always get back up"; Jack Murdock has a change of heart and decides to fight Creel and win, ensuring that his son would get to witness his father being a winner.[79][58]
  • Assassination of Jack Murdock: Jack Murdock wins the match against Carl Creel. After his victory, Murdock takes the time to listen to the crowd chanting his name. Murdock then makes his way back home but is found by his employers, who are unhappy at his betrayal. Murdock is shot and killed. His body is later found by Matt.[79][58]

15th

23rd

December

1995

January

12th

Saint Agnes Orphanage

Stick arrives at Saint Agnes Orphanage

  • Still at Saint Agnes Orphanage, Matt Murdock is visited by Stick, an old blind man. Stick is aware of Murdock's heightened other senses and takes him outside for ice-cream. While they sit together, Stick asks Murdock what he can understand about near-by people just by listening to them. Stick then promises to train Murdock to control and master his "gift".[79][83]

February

11th

16th

17th

May

5th

  • Bruce Banner meets Betty Ross as undergrad students at Harvard University. They begin dating and volunteer for an experiment involving hallucinogenics.[86]
  • Alexander Pierce is in State Department in Bogotá when ELN rebels take the embassy. Security get Pierce out, but the rebels take hostages.[87][22]
  • Agent Nick Fury, Deputy Chief of the S.H.I.E.L.D. station in Bogotá, having worked a desk job for 6 years, goes to Pierce with a plan, wanting to storm the building through the sewers. Pierce says no, insisting that they negotiate.[87][22]
  • Fury ignores the direct order and carries out an unauthorized military operation on foreign soil, rescuing the hostages a dozen political offers, including Pierce's daughter.[87][22]
  • Pierce attempts negotiation, but ELN refuse, and put out a kill order. They storm the basement, but find it empty. Pierce is relieved that Fury defied him, as it meant the hostages were saved, whereas otherwise they would have been killed, including his daughter.[87][22]

12th

  • Pierce gives Fury a promotion, and their photograph is taken.[87][22]
  • Fury moves to operating in California, and decides to let his hair grow.[87][22]

May

29th

June

6th

11th

  • Vers of Kree Starforce wakes early from a dream where she is on a sandy piece of land, looking at blue blood on her hand and a woman nearby with a blaster. She looks at her fist, glowing with power.[89][4]
  • Vers visits Yon-Rogg, her mentor and the leader of Starforce. They go to train, having a fight as he reminds her to let go of her past and keep her emotions in check if she wants to be a warrior.[89][4]
  • Yon-Rogg takes Vers to see the Supreme Intelligence, telling her that it takes the form of whomever you admire the most, but refusing to say who it is he sees. He tells her that the Supreme Intelligence was the one who gave him the responsibility of showing her how to use the powers they supposedly gifted to her.[89][4]
  • The Supreme Intelligence appears to Vers in the form of the woman from her dream, whom she does not remember from her forgotten past. It tells her that she is a victim of the Skrulls' expansion and that they saved her from them, but that her loss of memory might be a mercy, freeing her to do what a Kree must.[89][4]
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Starforce prepares to go to Torfa

  • Starforce assembles for a mission. Korath tells Vers, Att-Lass, Korath, Bron-Char, and Minn-Erva about the time a Skrull simmed him and how scary it was, with Vers joking that it is because seeing his own unattractive face was too disturbing. Yon-Rogg briefs the team on their mission, search and rescue for their spy, Soh-Larr from a Skrull invasion on Torfa, led by the Skrull general Talos. He explains that the Accusers will bomb a Skrull stronghold and they will slip in, and should not interfere with the Torfa populace.[89][4]
  • Ambush on Torfa:
    • Starforce arrives on Torfa. They split up and head towards the temple from which Soh-Larr's beacon is emanating.[89][4]
    • Starforce come across Torfa locals and try to prevent a fight. Minn-Erva prepares to shoot just in case, when Att-Lass tells her to put down her blaster. Minn-Erva then sees through her blaster scope, however, that Att-Lass is with the others on the ground, realizing that the man next to her is actually a Skrull simming him. She shoots him, with him reverting to his natural form as he dies.[89][4]
    • Yon-Rogg leads a fight against the Torfa people when they come to realize they are all disguised Skrulls.[89][4]
    • Meanwhile, Vers finds Soh-Larr. However, he knows out Vers, revealing himself to be Talos, and takes her back to his ship.[89][4]
  • The Skrulls inspect Vers' memories, looking for traces of Mar-Vell. They trawl through memories in her subconscious that she does not otherwise remember and discover that she knew Mar-Vell under the guise of "Dr. Wendy Lawson", on Planet C-53.[89][4]
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Vers breaks free

  • Escape from Skrulls' Ship:
    • Vers awakens and uses her powers to heat her hands, breaking free of the constraints on her arms. With metal cylinders still stuck on her arms, she wallops the Skrull scientists and attacks Talos, asking what he has put in her head, but he tells her it was all already there.[89][4]
    • Vers runs to escape and is cornered by Skrulls. She manages to fight her way out, however, and runs for an escape pod. Vers is ambushed by more Skrulls and tries to break off the metal cylinders, eventually cracking them with her powers, but accidentally causes a hull breach.[89][4]
    • Running through the corridors, Vers comes back across the control room. She retrieves her boots and destroys the Skrulls' memory machine, then commandeers an escape pod. Talos arrives and blasts it, but she gets away in the pod, albeit without proper control.[89][4]
    • The damage causes the escape pod to be destroyed as it falls through the atmosphere of Planet C-53, which the Skrulls had traveled to in hopes of finding out about Mar-Vell's work. Vers is left in free-fall over C-53, better known as Earth.[89][4]
  • Vers crash-lands through the roof of a Los Angeles Blockbuster, confused by her surroundings.[89][4]
  • Vers asks a nearby security guard for help, who points her to a nearby RadioShack when she asks for communications equipment, wanting to contact Yon-Rogg.[89][4]

12th

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The Skrulls arrive in Los Angeles

  • Talos and three other Skrulls emerge from a Los Angeles beach after landing on Planet C-53 themselves, and sim nearby surfers as disguises.[89][4]
  • Having used RadioShack equipment to modify a payphone, Vers manages to communicate with Yon-Rogg and Starforce. She tells them about the Skrulls being after someone called Lawson, a scientist they believe has cracked the code to light-speed tech. The payphone runs out of money and she loses connection. Staforce head to a jump-point 22 hours away to get to C-53 themselves.[89][4]
  • S.H.I.E.L.D. arrives, led by Agent Keller, to inspect the events of the night before, called in by the security guard. Agent Phil Coulson talks to the guard, while Agent Nick Fury approaches Vers to ask about the crash. Vers says she is from Starforce and after the Skrulls infiltrating his planet, to which he responds incredulously. Before he can try to arrest her, a Skrull nearby, still disguised as a surfer, shoots a blaster in their direction.[89][4]
  • Chase of the Skrulls:
    • Vers then pursues the Skrull through Los Angeles, while Fury and "Coulson" get in a car to follow. The Skrull boards a train, simming an old lady it sees alighting the vehicle. Vers follows into the train and searches, coming across the Watcher Informant as she does, while Fury and "Coulson" follow in their car.[89][4]
    • Having seen the real old lady leave the train, when Vers sees the same lady on the train, she realizes it is the Skrull. She attacks and the woman fights back, confirming her suspicions. It drops the crystal containing copies of her subconscious memories, which she picks up. The Skrull then sims another passenger and escapes through the roof.[89][4]
    • As Fury drives, he receives a call on his walkie-talkie from Phil Coulson, saying he is still at the Blockbuster Video and that everyone has left. Realizing Vers was telling the truth and that he is with a shape-shifter, Fury attacks just as the Skrull "Coulson" goes to attack him, veering the car off course.[89][4]
    • The train pulls into the station and Vers looks for the Skrull in the crowd, but she is unsuccessful.[89][4]
    • The Skrull "Coulson" is killed and reverts to its normal form, scaring Fury as he gets out of the car.[89][4]
  • Vers places the memory crystal into her Starforce Uniform gauntlet and plays some of the memories. They glitch and eventually stop working, but she manages to get a lead from seeing the word "Pegasus" in one, and "Pancho's" in the background of another.[89][4]
  • Heading to an Internet cafe, Vers tries to look up Pancho's online, but the Internet connection breaks.[89][4]
  • While looking for Pancho's on a map instead, a motorcyclist is rude to Vers, asking her to smile for his own pleasure. When he heads into a shop, she steals his motorcycle, then taking clothes from a mannequin.[89][4]
  • Fury and "Keller" attend the examining of the dead Skrull's body. Fury tells him he has a lead on a motorcyclist fitting Vers' description and heads out to find her. Once he has left, "Keller", in fact Talos in disguise, wishes his deceased friend a safe journey to the beyond.[89][4]
  • Vers drives to Pancho's and asks about "Pegasus", but the bartender does not know what she means. Nick Fury steps out, revealing his presence, and they agree to prove to each other that they are not Skrulls.[89][4]
  • Vers asks Fury questions about his past, since Skrulls can only sim recent memories. He answers without hesitation, proving himself. She then proves herself by firing a photon blast from her hand, and he agrees to take her to "Pegasus".[89][4]
  • During the car journey, Vers insists to Fury that the Kree are noble warrior heroes and that the Skrulls are evil, invading planets. On arriving at the Project P.E.G.A.S.U.S. Joint NASA USAF Facility, he announces his identity at the entrance to be allowed inside. When Vers is surprised by him having three parts to his name, he tells her that everyone simply calls him "Fury".[89][4]
  • Fury and Vers ask for information on Dr. Wendy Lawson and are taken to a room to wait.[89][4]
  • Inside the room, Fury gets out his pager. He claims he is only communicating with his mother, but is in fact contacting Keller for backup to detain Vers for information. He helps Vers break out of the room, using sticky tape to get fingerprints off an ID badge, activate the fingerprint scanner, and open the door.[89][4]
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Fury and Vers head to check old records

  • The duo arrive at a lower level where records are held, and encounter what appears to be a cat. Fury is instantly enamored with her, checking her name tag and finding out she is called "Goose". Vers blasts open the door to secure records, leaving Fury bemused that she left him to do the hard work with sticky tape when she could have helped all along.[89][4]
  • Looking through the records, they find that Dr. Wendy Lawson was indeed involved in making a light-speed engine, and Vers recognizes her writings as Kree glyphs. Fury discovers that she died in a test flight 6 years ago, in 1989, but the pilot is redacted. He mentions that there is a testament from the last person to see them alive, Maria Rambeau, and more fragments of Vers' memory are triggered. Fury leaves, saying he will be back soon, and Vers looks through photos, finding one with herself in the background, climbing into a fighter jet.[89][4]
  • Vers contacts Yon-Rogg again and asks what he knows about Lawson. He says he is only cleared to tell her some things, but explains that Lawson was an undercover Kree called Mar-Vell developing tech to help win the war.[89][4]
  • Ambush at Joint NASA USAF Facility:
    • Agent "Keller" turns up at the Joint NASA USAF Facility, but when he commends Fury's work, he calls him Nicholas, arousing Fury's suspicions.[89][4]
    • Vers continues that she remembers Lawson from Planet C-53, but Yon-Rogg cuts her off, saying she is letting her emotions cloud her judgement and that she must not let what might be Skrull interference in her brain get in her way.[89][4]
    • Fury alludes to a fake mission with Keller in Havana to see how the agent responds, and when he claims to recall it, Fury's suspicions are confirmed that Keller is in fact a Skrull.[89][4]
    • Yon-Rogg tells Vers to leave her beacon on so he can find her, and she ends the call.[89][4]
    • Talos, disguised as Keller, is surprised to find no one on the floor Fury sent him to, with Fury having gone back to his previous floor to warn Vers. He is concerned, however, when he cannot find her.[89][4]
    • As she leaves the archives, Vers overhears Phil Coulson and another agent, who are surprised to have heard they are supposed to take in Fury. She realizes Fury has been betrayed and might need her help.[89][4]
    • Realizing Fury must have worked out who he was, Talos attacks the agent, and admits to being a Skrull. When he beats Fury down, Vers arrives and hits him with a photon blast. She and Fury then blast up to the next floor and run away.[89][4]
    • On their way up the stairs, the duo are confronted by Coulson. However, putting his trust in Fury, Coulson lowers his gun and reports that the pair are not down where he is.[89][4]
    • Nick Fury and Vers get to the main hangar, and Vers has him hand over his pager after lying to her about how he used it. They commandeer a Quadjet and Vers finds she has sufficient piloting skills to fly it. The duo take off and get away, realizing that Goose has stowed away on-board.[89][4]
  • As they fly, Vers shows Fury the photograph of her she found, as well as telling him that her memories go back 6 years, so there is definitely a connection. They decide to find Rambeau to ask her about what happened.[89][4]
  • Ronan the Accuser tells Yon-Rogg that he wishes to bomb the Skrulls, but the Starforce leader refuses, to Korath's confusion, saying they will sort the situation.[89][4]
  • Vers turns up at the Rambeau Residence in Louisiana and asks after Maria Rambeau. She is greeted by Maria and her daughter, Monica, who hugs Vers and calls her "Auntie Carol", delighted to hear that she has been alive all this time.[89][4]
  • Monica Rambeau goes to get Auntie Carol's things, which she and her mother have kept, and Fury goes to help. Maria is left to talk to Vers and they reconnect, with Maria reminding her of some of the events of the morning of the crash, which she starts to remember more about. She also rediscovers some of the connection with her best friend, as they start to spark off each other again. Maria tells her that she found it very hard not even being able to acknowledge the mission in which her best friend supposedly died, and that it hurts that she cannot remember who she is or even her name.[89][4]
  • Monica Rambeau shows Vers photos they have of her across her life, telling her that she did not get along with her family and they had become her surrogate family instead and showing memories from over the years that they have spent as a trio. Maria hands her the only thing found at the crash: half of her dogtag, saying "Carol Dan-", with the other half, taken with her, having said "-vers" and being the origin of her supposed name.[89][4]
  • The Rambeaus' neighbour, Tom, comes to the door, and Vers - now knowing her name to be Carol Danvers - answers, suspicious that he is Talos in disguise. Maria Rambeau closes the door, but when they turn around they find that while Tom was not a Skrull, Talos is in fact inside, waiting for them. Talos reveals that his associate, Norex, is simming Maria outside to trick Monica. He says he needs them to listen, explaining that when he imprisoned Danvers he had not yet come to realize what makes her different from the other Kree, but now, having obtained the black box from the 1989 crash using his shape-shifting for clearance, he has new information that she will also be interested to hear.[89][4]
  • The group put Talos' black box disc into the Rambeaus' computer and play the audio from the 1989 test flight. It triggers the rest of Danvers' memories of the day. She recalls how she had flown with Dr. Lawson in the back and they were shot down by an attacking ship, how Lawson had revealed herself as an undercover alien and been shot by the pilot of the attacking ship: Yon-Rogg, and had to destroy the light-speed engine to stop him from getting it, unintentionally absorbing its power.[89][4]
  • Talos tells Danvers that the Kree have been oppressing the Skrulls all this time, ever since they resisted Kree rule and the Kree destroyed their home planet. He says that Mar-Vell's light-speed engine would have got them to a new home and safety, and asks for Danvers' help in finding the core that powered the engine. Confused about her identity and what to believe, Danvers is unsettled until Maria Rambeau reminds her how much she cared about her, and how great and strong of a person "Carol Danvers" always was. Relieved, Danvers embraces her old best friend.[89][4]
  • Danvers tells Talos that the reason he could not decipher the location of Mar-Vell's laboratory was that it was not given by coordinates but state vectors, since it is in orbit, not on Earth. They decide to calculate its position based on where they know it was in 1989 and the vectors.[89][4]
  • Maria Rambeau is reluctant to leave Monica behind, but Monica convinces her that she will be fine staying home with her grandparents, saying that what her mother is doing is important and she really wants her to go. Maria eventually gives in.[89][4]
  • Maria Rambeau's parents arrive to look after Monica. Danvers goes to speak to Monica, revealing that she remembers her past with the girl and calling her "Lieutenant Trouble", as she always used to. She shows Monica the color-changing controls on her Starforce uniform, intended for camouflage, and has her modify the suit so she can leave behind the Kree colors. They eventually agree on a red, blue, and gold design to match Monica's United States Air Force T-shirt.[89][4]

13th

  • Yon-Rogg arrives in Louisiana and finds what appears to be Vers. He engages her in a Skrull test and while she responds correctly initially, she is unable to reply when he asks her whose blood is in her veins. Realizing it is a Skrull, Yon-Rogg shoots "her" and the Skrull, Norex, reverts to his normal form as he dies. Yon-Rogg reveals that the answer was his - his blood is what Danvers was transfused with, and comes to realize that Danvers has discovered the truth of her past. He contacts Ronan the Accuser, telling him to attack C-53.[89][4]
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Maria Rambeau flying the modified Quadjet

  • Carol Danvers, Maria Rambeau, Nick Fury, Talos, and Goose fly upwards in the Quadjet, modified by Norex for space capabilities. They break through the atmosphere into space to the apparent location of Mar-Vell's laboratory, but can see nothing. However, Danvers guesses that the lab is using cloaking technology and deactivates it from her suit, revealing it before them.[89][4]
  • The group board the laboratory and find the core of the light-speed engine: the Tesseract, which Lawson had acquired while working for Howard Stark's Project P.E.G.A.S.U.S.. Danvers takes the cube and Talos calls out a Skrull cry. A group of scared Skrulls come out from hiding places, including Talos' wife, Soren, and daughter. Danvers realizes that Mar-Vell had been taking care of Skrull refugees, including Talos' family, while waiting to take them to their new home, and they had been left aboard after her death, now understanding Talos' motivation to find the lab. Soren tells Talos that Mar-Vell had instructed them not to send out a signal as the Kree could find them, and he tells her she did the right thing, embracing his wife and daughter after 6 years apart. He tells Danvers that there are thousands of other Skrulls separated from each other, scattered throughout the galaxy.[89][4]
  • Yon-Rogg enters with the rest of Starforce and expresses his disgust at her altered uniform. She confronts him for lying to her and starts to activate her powers, but he turns on the Photon Inhibitor implanted in her neck and knocks her out, taking her friends captive and the Happy Days lunchbox containing the Tesseract.[89][4]
  • Starforce plug Danvers in to talk to the Supreme Intelligence again. Danvers threatens to blast her, but the Supreme Intelligence also activates her inhibitor, mocking her for never having had the ability to control her powers herself.[89][4]
  • Att-Lass scans Goose and, hearing she is a Flerken, puts a muzzle over her mouth, confusing Fury as to why it would be necessary. Minn-Erva says to load Goose onto the Helion and eject the others into space.[89][4]
  • The Supreme Intelligence tells Danvers that she is nothing without what the Kree have done for her, showing her memories of times she has failed in her life and belittling her as only human. Danvers takes this, however, and insists that being human is enough, instead remembering all those times as moments where she has got back up and persevered, a human trait she is proud of. The Supreme Intelligence says she was reborn on Hala as "Vers", but Danvers replies defiantly that her name is "Carol", resisting the Supreme Intelligence.[89][4]
  • Danvers' powers start to activate in the real world despite her status, and it causes electrical surges on the Helion that deactivate Fury and Rambeau's handcuffs and start to break the electrical gate to the Skrulls' cell.[89][4]
  • Knowing that the Kree have been inhibiting her rather than helping her, Danvers manages to break off the Photon Inhibitor and set herself free, achieving full "Binary" form as she attains the ability to manipulate cosmic energy throughout her body and glows.[89][4]
  • Danvers escapes the Supreme Intelligence bindings, takes back the Tesseract lunchbox, and escapes to find Fury and Rambeau. She tries to hand Fury the Tesseract, wanting to hold onto the lunchbox as a decoy while they get it to safety, but before they can agree, Goose opens her mouth and giant tentacles come out, consuming the Tesseract easily into one of her internal pocket dimensions. Fury is shocked, having not believed Goose was not just a cat, and cautiously picks her up as Danvers leaves.[89][4]
  • Yon-Rogg and Starforce confront Carol Danvers, prepared to fight for the Tesseract, which they assume is still in the lunchbox. They run at her on a bridge, but she punches it in the center and it collapses, causing them to fall.[89][4]
  • Fury and Rambeau find themselves stopped by Kree soldiers, but Goose opens her mouth, unleashing the tentacles again and consuming them all.[89][4]
  • Battle at Mar-Vell's Laboratory:
  • Bron-Char attacks Danvers first, but she easily blasts him away, then blasting another two soldiers, finding herself slightly unstable as she gets used to her new abilities. Korath assaults Danvers but she manages to break his weapon and kick him away. Minn-Erva follows and picks up a gun, but finds that when she shoots, she has simply picked up a toy Nerf weapon. Bron-Char returns and hits Danvers from behind with an arcade game. She blasts through it to hit him, but Att-Lass pins her down and she drops the lunchbox.[89][4]
    • As Nick Fury and Maria Rambeau run, they are stopped by Kree guards escorting the Skrull prisoners.[89][4]
    • Danvers fires a photon blast forward to drive her backwards, slipping from Att-Lass' grip. She lets off two beams of energy to take out the remaining attackers, still amazed by her power.[89][4]
    • Fury, Rambeau, and Goose are taken with the escort to be ejected into space, but one of the guards surreptitiously reveals to Fury that he is Talos in disguise.[89][4]
    • Yon-Rogg uses his Magnitron Gauntlets to manipulate nearby metal and knock Danvers down.[89][4]
    • Talos shoots the other Kree guards and ushers everyone onto the Quadjet in the hangar.[89][4]
    • Yon-Rogg pins Danvers to the wall, but she manages to break out. The lunchbox drops open, however, revealing the diversion. Yon-Rogg runs to stop the others as the rest of Starforce resuming fighting.[89][4]
    • The Starforce leader shoots into the Quadjet as the doors close, catching Talos in the shoulder.
    • Danvers defeats her former teammates and runs to catch up with Yon-Rogg.[89][4]
    • Maria Rambeau pilots the Quadjet away from Kree fire, using its guns to explode the Starforce ship as they get away to safety. Yon-Rogg asks Minn-Erva to get him to Earth on a drop-ship.[89][4]
    • Fury takes Talos' hand as he struggles. Rambeau reports a bogey following them, as Minn-Erva gives chase in a drop-ship.[89][4]
    • Yon-Rogg boards a drop-shop himself, but Danvers jumps onto the back of it as he exits Mar-Vell's laboratory.[89][4]
  • Minn-Erva shoots at the Quadjet and Rambeau has to maneuver to dodge the blasts.[89][4]
  • Yon-Rogg manages to knock Danvers off his drop-ship and she starts to free-fall, only to find that with her fully unlocked powers, she can fly.[89][4]
  • Rambeau flies the Quadjet through a canyon, taking advantage of being the better pilot to take a sharp turn Minn-Erva is not capable of, then coming around to surprise the Kree warrior from in front and shooting her out of the sky.[89][4]
  • The Quadjet leaves the canyon only to then be shot at by Yon-Rogg, but Danvers flies up to him and punches the ship with a fistful of energy, causing it to crash-land.[89][4]
  • Danvers turns to see the Accusers arriving with a fleet of warships through the Universal Neural Teleportation Network. Ronan commands to deploy the ballistic warheads.[89][4]
Captain Marvel Strength

Carol Danvers holding back a Kree missile

  • As Kree missiles head to Earth, Danvers flies up to the first one and catches it in her hands. She manages to push hard and, flying hard in the opposite direction, slow it to a halt, then pushing it back at the other incoming missiles. It starts a chain of explosions, detonating the missiles safely in mid-air.[89][4]
  • The Accusers deploy attack ships but Danvers easily blasts them aside and breaks through them, unfazed by anything in her way. She goes on to fly directly through an Accuser warship, exploding it, and flies before Ronan to send a message. She punches her fist into a hand, letting of a boom of energy and serving to intimidate the Accusers. Ronan decides to return to the jump point, saying they will be back for the weapon: not the Tesseract, but Danvers.[89][4]
  • Danvers returns to Earth to confront Yon-Rogg. He prepares to fight, but then puts his weapon away, using belittling language to try to coax her into giving him a chance by saying that she has to "prove" herself by fighting without her powers. Danvers merely blasts him, then walking over and telling her old mentor that she simply has nothing to prove to him.[89][4]
  • Danvers lifts Yon-Rogg back into his drop-ship and programmes it to fly to Hala, telling him to pass on the message that she is coming to end the war, the lies, and everything else. She blasts the exhaust to get it running and it flies away.[89][4]
  • As they fly in the Quadjet, Nick Fury holds Goose in front of him and talks to her, having grown to trust her too hastily. She lashes out, severely scratching his left eye and leaving it blind.[89][4]
  • Carol Danvers, Nick Fury, Maria Rambeau, Talos, and Soren sit for dinner together at the Rambeau Residence, while Monica talks to Talos' daughter. Danvers promises to help the Skrulls find a new home, to take on Mar-Vell's role and finish her work. Monica excitedly says she would love to fly to space to see Danvers, though Fury points out she would have to learn to glow the way Danvers does. Monica adds that she could perhaps build a spaceship instead.[89][4]
  • Danvers and Fury wash dishes after dinner, and Fury accidentally calls Mar-Vell "Marvel". When Danvers corrects him, he maintains that Marvel sounds better. Danvers gives Fury back his pager, which she has modified to have a range across galaxies so he can contact her, but stressing that it should only be in a case of extreme emergency.[89][4]
  • Monica Rambeau gives Danvers back her aviator jacket and Danvers says a sad goodbye to her friends. She then flies to space, finding she can safely breathe in the vacuum when using her powers, and flies alongside the Skrulls in search of their new home.[89][4]

16th

  • Phil Coulson enters Nick Fury's office and hands him a selection of glass eyes. He asks if the rumors he has heard are true: that the Kree burned his eye out when he refused to give them the Tesseract. Not wanting to admit the truth, Fury says he will simply neither confirm nor deny the details. Coulson reports that they have not yet found the Tesseract, but Fury says he is sure it will turn up, looking over at Goose, sitting in his office, still with the Tesseract inside her. Fury tells Coulson they need to find more superpowered beings that could protect Earth in case other extraterrestrial threats appear. Initially calling his idea the "Protector Initiative", when he looks at a picture of Danvers in her piloting days on his desk, he is inspired to name the initiative after her - specifically her Air Force callsign, "Avenger". The Avengers Initiative is born.[89][4]
  • After Fury has left his office, Goose coughs up the Tesseract onto his desk like a cat would a hairball.[89][4]

25th

July

12th

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Stick choosing to abandon Matt Murdock

  • Having been trained under Stick for a while, Matt Murdock has become a powerful fighter with almost complete control of his abilities. During one of their training sessions, Murdock gives Stick the wrapper from his ice-cream that he got the day they first met, having made it into a bracelet. Stick crushes it in his hand and tells Murdock that he can no longer train him. Stick then leaves.[79][83]

19th

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Christian forces Grant to torture Thomas Ward

  • Grant Ward's older brother Christian throws their youngest brother Thomas into a well. Grant tries to save his little brother by throwing him a rope. Christian warns him that if he gives him the rope he will be thrown in as well, and walks away. Grant manages to throw him the rope anyway, without Christian noticing.[93]

23rd

26th

August

6th

21st

27th

September

3rd

15th

16th

  • Bush, Hum, and Toadies perform again at the Warfield Theatre.[2][4]

October

20th

23rd

November

2nd

  • After spending years working on a Quantum Tunnel on his own after being fired by Hank Pym, Elihas Starr finishes his work in Argentina. He activates the tunnel, but without Pym's help his tunnel is unsuccessful and collapses. It releases a burst of quantum energy and kills Elihas and his wife Catherine, leaving their daughter, Ava, an orphan. The burst of energy leaves Ava in a state of molecular disequilibrium, causing her cells to tear apart and come back together constantly, allowing her to phase through objects but causing her chronic pain and likely to die from the affliction.[98][33]

3rd

4th

  • Bill Foster meets the orphaned Ava Starr and is kind to her. He would eventually take her in and treat her like his own daughter, while helping her with her affliction.[98][33]

22nd

December

8th

  • Despite Bill Foster's attempts to keep her safe, S.H.I.E.L.D. agents take Ava Starr to be studied.[98][33]

14th

1996

March

  • Ivan Hess tells his 5-year-old daughter, Mina, a story of a semi-truck that got caught under an overpass.[101][102]

April

25th

May

June

6th

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Elektra during combat sessions.

  • Unknown to Matt Murdock, Stick’s mysterious martial-arts order The Chaste has another child pupil: a young girl with sociopathic tendencies named Elektra. Stick trains her in martial arts and weapons training. Upon learning that Elektra is the latest incarnation of The Black Sky, he is ordered to kill her, but Stick has grown attached to her and they fight their way out of a Chaste base. Stick is forced to abandon the child to keep her safe. He places her with a wealthy adoptive family in Greece.[104]

July

3rd

28th

October

18th

  • Children and Grief: When a Parent Dies by J. William Worden.[2][105]

November

10th

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Lucas is trained by Stryker

  • After he was beaten in a fight, Carl Lucas is trained by Willis Stryker. He teaches him how to fight reminding him to keep focused on his breathing while he threw his punches.[106][54]

15th

  • The regional fight night is held in Carl Lucas and Willis Stryker's neighborhood.[54]

1997

January

6th

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Stryker celebrates Carl Lucas' victory

  • A boxing championship is held in Carl Lucas and Willis Stryker's neighborhood.[54]

19th

March

9th

13th

31st

  • Anansi changes his ways, taking the straight and narrow path in life.[109][110]

May

11th

16th

  • 20-year-old Frank Castle stops drinking Boone's Farm as intensely as he had been up until that point.[111][50]

June

26th

July

8th

21st

27th

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Medusa and Crystal running from Agon and Rynda.

  • Agon and Rynda banish Quelin and Ambur from the Inhuman city to punish them for their revolt.[43][44] The king and queen tell Quelin and Ambur's daughters, teenager Medusa and young child Crystal, of their parents' banishment.[43][44]

28th

August

11th

  • Brothers Blackagar and Maximus Boltagon both undergo the process of Terrigenesis. Their powers are not immediately clear, and the Genetic Council begin to conduct research into the exact nature of the abilities.[43][114]

12th

  • Kitang, the head of the Genetic Council, delivers the news to Maximus that his Terrigenesis has removed the Inhuman gene. Maximus is dismayed to find out that not only has he not received any powers, but has been reduced to simply a human - and that this strips him of any rightful inheritance to the throne.[43][114]

13th

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Black Bolt finds out his Terrigenesis results.

  • Kitang goes to the Boltagon family to warn them of the extent of Blackagar's abilities. He explains that his voice gives him one of the most powerful Inhuman abilities ever, and that none of them will ever hear him speak again. While he suggests keeping Blackagar in isolation, his parents rush to defend him. Maximus stands by, jealous at his brother's powers and the way he is being treated.[43][114]

22nd

September

5th

12th

  • Still jealous of his brother, Maximus forges his parents' signatures on a suggestion for brain surgery on Black Bolt from the Genetic Council.[43][117]
  • Black Bolt wishes to know his parents' reason for approving the surgery, and in his panic, he accidentally speaks the question, "Why?" The destructive force of his voice obliterates his parents completely, to his horror. Maximus watches on in similar shock, realizing the unintended consequences of his actions.[43][118][117]

19th

  • Kitang briefs the new king of Attilan, Black Bolt, on some duties of ruling the kingdom, following his parents' recent demise. Maximus enters the room, but is immediately sent out, not having enough authority to hear the conversation.[117]

26th

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Black Bolt meeting Medusa for the first time.

  • 14-year-olds Black Bolt and Medusa meet, as she approaches him, intending to gloat at the fate of his parents, considering what they did to hers. Instead, she finds someone with similarities to her, with both of them processing recent loss. The two begin to develop a sign language, and eventually fall in love.[43][118][119]

October

6th

15th

26th

30th

November

13th

December

19th

29th

1998

February

8th

16th

March

  • Robert Coleman gets drunk on his 18th birthday, diving off a roof to fall into a swimming pool but missing, severely injuring himself. He is taken by IGH, who experiment on him and give him powers of super-speed, eventually becoming known by the nickname of "Whizzer".[129][130]

6th

April

12th

  • A file is made on the Hand's company "Sherwin Holdings" moving to "Twin Oaks Shipping Company".[133]

June

13th

July

24th

31st

August

2nd

24th

  • A record is made of a shipment made in New York by the Hand under the company name of the Twin Oaks Shipping Company.[133]

October

1st

December

1999

January

5th

  • At an away tournament in Philadelphia, DeWitt Clinton High School's basketball team leading scorer Tasha Bowles and another player, Nandi Tyler, make a deal: Bowles will steal an MP3 player, and Tyler will steal from some wallets. However, while Bowles steals the device, Tyler does not hold up her side.[140][62]
  • Tyler tells their coach, Coach Shaw, about Bowles stealing the MP3 player, and she is kicked off the team. This, in fact, had been Tyler's plan all along, setting Bowles up to be kicked off so that, even though they would likely lose their game, the Temple and La Salle scouts would notice her and she could shine. The rest of the team respect her reporting Bowles, including 14-year-old reserve player Misty Knight, unaware of the truth.[140][62]
  • Tyler's plan fails, as she gets injured in the third quarter. Misty Knight comes off the bench to replace her, having earned her spot on the team. The team still loses the game without Bowles playing.[140][62]

6th

  • When the DeWitt Clinton High School team get back to New York City, Knight talks to Bowles, feeling it did not seem like her to just steal. Bowles explains to her about the deal with Tyler, and Tyler reneging on it.[140][62]

19th

February

18th

March

13th

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John Garrett meets a young Grant Ward

  • John Garrett meets a young Grant Ward, who is being held in a juvenile detention facility in Massachusetts for burning down his family's home, seeing his potential, Garrett recruits him into HYDRA. He trains Ward by leaving him to fend for himself in the Wyoming wilderness for five years.[11]

May

1st

August

6th

October

18th

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Geoffrey Wilder meets with Jonah

  • Jonah meets with Geoffrey Wilder while he serves a prison sentence. Catherine Henderson, Wilder's partner and lawyer, arrives to join the meeting, and Jonah tells Wilder that he wants to buy a property he owns, an old strip mall, for a surprisingly large $5 million. Wilder is suspicious of his motivations, but Jonah says that he simply wants to make the most of the location - but that he can only make the deal if Wilder is a free man, available to work with him. Henderson has an idea for how she can set him free, and Jonah says that this would mean the deal could indeed proceed.[144][57]
  • Wilder meets with his friend Darius Davis, who is incarcerated with him, and offers him a deal. He explains that if Davis lies and claims that he was the one to shoot Osiris - the man Wilder is convicted for shooting - then with Wilder freed from prison, he will be able to make a deal that will change their lives, and then will make sure he protects and helps Davis' friends and family. Davis is reluctant to increase his sentence, but eventually agrees.[144][57]

November

16th

December

20th

31st

Party time

Maya Hansen and Tony Stark

Trivia

SMH Previs 2

The scene depicted in Spider-Man: Homecoming

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  1. WHIH EXCLUSIVE: Scott Lang Interview
  2. 2.00 2.01 2.02 2.03 2.04 2.05 2.06 2.07 2.08 2.09 2.10 2.11 2.12 2.13 2.14 2.15 2.16 2.17 2.18 2.19 2.20 2.21 2.22 2.23 2.24 2.25 2.26 2.27 2.28 2.29 2.30 2.31 2.32 2.33 2.34 2.35 2.36 2.37 2.38 2.39 2.40 2.41 2.42 2.43 2.44 2.45 2.46 2.47 2.48 2.49 2.50 2.51 2.52 2.53 2.54 2.55 2.56 2.57 2.58 2.59 2.60 2.61 2.62 2.63 2.64 2.65 2.66 2.67 2.68 2.69 2.70 2.71 2.72 2.73 2.74 2.75 2.76 2.77 2.78 2.79 2.80 2.81 2.82 2.83 2.84 2.85 2.86 2.87 2.88 2.89 2.90 2.91 2.92 2.93 2.94 Sometimes the Marvel Cinematic Universe alludes to events which happened in our world, and it is assumed they happened on the same dates in the universe, for timeline purposes.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 Luke Cage: 2.05: All Souled Out
  4. 4.000 4.001 4.002 4.003 4.004 4.005 4.006 4.007 4.008 4.009 4.010 4.011 4.012 4.013 4.014 4.015 4.016 4.017 4.018 4.019 4.020 4.021 4.022 4.023 4.024 4.025 4.026 4.027 4.028 4.029 4.030 4.031 4.032 4.033 4.034 4.035 4.036 4.037 4.038 4.039 4.040 4.041 4.042 4.043 4.044 4.045 4.046 4.047 4.048 4.049 4.050 4.051 4.052 4.053 4.054 4.055 4.056 4.057 4.058 4.059 4.060 4.061 4.062 4.063 4.064 4.065 4.066 4.067 4.068 4.069 4.070 4.071 4.072 4.073 4.074 4.075 4.076 4.077 4.078 4.079 4.080 4.081 4.082 4.083 4.084 4.085 4.086 4.087 4.088 4.089 4.090 4.091 4.092 4.093 4.094 4.095 4.096 4.097 4.098 4.099 4.100 4.101 4.102 4.103 4.104 4.105 4.106 4.107 4.108 4.109 4.110 4.111 4.112 4.113 4.114 4.115 4.116 4.117 4.118 4.119 4.120 4.121 4.122 Captain Marvel
  5. In AKA Start at the Beginning, Jessica Jones says to Malcolm Ducasse that if her brother Phillip had lived, "He would've been your age." Phillip was born c. February 1990 (see other references), making Ducasse's date of birth c. February 1990. Eka Darville's age at the times of filming Jessica Jones: Season 1, The Defenders: Season 1, and Jessica Jones: Season 2, working back from the times of filming, would place Ducasse's date of birth a little earlier, around February 1989, so it can be assumed that due to the slight leniency of the comment, Ducasse is slightly older than Phillip Jones, born around January 1990.
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 6.3 Jessica Jones: 2.01: AKA Start at the Beginning
  7. In AKA Start at the Beginning, it is shown that Phillip Jones was born in "1990" and died aged "10" (also shown in AKA WWJD?) in "2000". His date of death is April 13, 2000 (see 2000s references), meaning he was born between January 1, 1990 and April 13, 1990, making his date of birth approximately February 1990.
  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 Luke Cage: 2.04: I Get Physical
  9. 9.0 9.1 9.2 9.3 9.4 9.5 9.6 9.7 Sometimes the Marvel Cinematic Universe alludes to people who existed in our world, and it is assumed they were born on the same day in the universe, for timeline purposes.
  10. 10.0 10.1 10.2 10.3 Marvel Television Live Auction Lot #503: New York Nine Newspaper Clipping
  11. 11.0 11.1 Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: 1.21: Ragtag
  12. Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: 3.11: Bouncing Back
  13. In Take It Personal and On and On, Luke Cage is shown as a child, likely 9 or 10 years old, so approximately 10.0. With his date of birth approximated to April 1980 (see 1980s references), specifically April 11, 1980, this can be taken as roughly May 11, 1990.
  14. 14.0 14.1 Luke Cage: 1.10: Take It Personal
  15. 15.0 15.1 15.2 Luke Cage: 2.07: On and On
  16. 16.0 16.1 16.2 16.3 16.4 16.5 16.6 In Rise and Shine, events with Hale at the HYDRA Preparatory Academy are shown to be "28 years ago" before Spring/early Summer 2018. The "2 years ago" scenes in the episode show Ruby Hale reaching the same stage in her education on April 26, 2016, so it would make sense if it were the same time of year for her mother - the last Tuesday of April, so April 24, 1990.
  17. 17.0 17.1 17.2 17.3 17.4 17.5 17.6 17.7 17.8 Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: 5.15: Rise and Shine
  18. 18.0 18.1 Thor
  19. Based on weighted calculations from Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Elizabeth Olsen's ages at the times of shooting each film in which they feature, and working backwards from the settings of each film. The calculations for these dates can be found in detail here.
  20. In All Souled Out, Mariah Dillard says she has known Piranha Jones since he was "12 years old". With his date of birth approximated to November 1977 (see 1970s references), specifically November 20, 1977, the middle of Jones' time as a 12-year-old (as an approximation for when he met Dillard) would be May 21, 1990.
  21. In Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Alexander Pierce says that the photo he is holding "was taken 5 years after Nick and [he] met". The photo being taken is dated to approximately May 12, 1995 (see other references), so this would suggest approximately May 12, 1990 for when they met. However, it may more roughly just mean "1995 - 1990 = 5", so any time in 1990 (using mid-21990 as an approximation). Putting more weight in the specific date than just the year, a weighted calculation gives roughly May 24, 1990 for when they met.
  22. 22.00 22.01 22.02 22.03 22.04 22.05 22.06 22.07 22.08 22.09 22.10 22.11 Captain America: The Winter Soldier
  23. 23.0 23.1 23.2 23.3 23.4 Luke Cage: 1.02: Code of the Streets
  24. Luke Cage: 2.12: Can't Front on Me
  25. In Heart of the Dragon, the credits say the flashback Danny Rand and Davos are "13 year old Danny" and "13 year old Davos". Similarly, in A Duel of Iron, they are credited as "12 Year Old Danny" and "12 Year Old Davos". This means that Rand and Davos overlap in age. In The Fury of Iron Fist, Davos calls Rand "little brother", so he is older. With Rand born on April 1, 1991 (see other references), this means Davos was born between April 2, 1990 and April 1, 1991. With Sacha Dhawan's ages at the times of filming Iron Fist: Season 1 and Season 2, working back from the settings, his age would suggest Davos being born closer to 1983, so this would imply that Davos was born closer to April 2, 1990 than April 1, 1991. It can be calculated that he was born roughly around August 1990.
  26. 26.0 26.1 26.2 26.3 26.4 26.5 Avengers: Age of Ultron
  27. Ally Maki's age at the times of filming Cloak & Dagger: Season 1 and Season 2, working back from the February-March 2017 and October-November 2017 setting dates, would suggest Mina Hess was born around April 1985 and is 31-32 in present events. However, Hannah Hardin's age at the time of filming Lotus Eaters, working back from the February 2009 setting, would suggest Mina Hess was born around May 1993 and is 15 in the flashback. Taking a weighted average, overall Mina Hess' date of birth can be placed around September 1990, making her 18 in the flashback and 26-27 in present events.
  28. In The Blessing of Many Fractures, while discussing "that last summer in the Hamptons with Dad," Joy says, "I was 12 years old." This last summer would have been July 2003, before Harold's reasoned death date of January 2004. In Rolling Thunder Cannon Punch, Joy says, "I was 13 when Dad died." If she was 12 in July 2003, but 13 in January 2004, this implies she turned 13 around October 2003, making her date of birth approximately October 1990.
  29. In The H Word, it is said that Sean Miller was 25 when he died. With his death dated to May 2016, his date of birth would be approximately November 1990.
  30. The Defenders: 1:01: The H Word
  31. In If It Ain't Rough, It Ain't Right, it is said on August 30, 2017 (see 2017 references) that "Ben Donovan has been the lawyer for the Stokes family for over 25 years". This cannot refer to the mid-1980s flashback in The Creator, as this is over 30 years before 2017, so he must have just been formally hired as their regular lawyer at a later date. "Over 25 years" would suggest somewhere between late 1989 and early 1992, and can overall be approximated to January 4, 1991.
  32. Luke Cage: 2.08: If It Ain't Rough, It Ain't Right
  33. 33.00 33.01 33.02 33.03 33.04 33.05 33.06 33.07 33.08 33.09 33.10 33.11 33.12 33.13 33.14 Ant-Man and the Wasp
  34. Luke Cage: 1.11: Now You're Mine
  35. 35.0 35.1 35.2 35.3 Runaways: 1.07: Refraction
  36. 36.0 36.1 Iron Fist: 1.01: Snow Gives Way
  37. In Snow Gives Way, Danny says he was "born on April 1st." Danny says in Snow Gives Way, "I was 10 when we crashed," as well as Claire saying in The Blessing of Many Fractures that he "must've been a pretty gangsta 10-year-old," while looking at his iPod from before the crash. This would mean his year of birth would be 1991. This fits what is said by Ward Meachum in Shadow Hawk Takes Flight, that Danny is in his "mid-20s," he would be 24 going on 25, and in Rolling Thunder Cannon Punch, where Danny's grave shows his birth year as "199-" with the last number obscured.
  38. 38.0 38.1 Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2
  39. In Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Quill says that he has been flying the Milano since he was 10 years old. With his birthday reasoned to be around late October 1980, this would put him learning to pilot the ship at around late April 1991.
  40. The Punisher: 1:09: Front Toward Enemy
  41. Thor: Ragnarok
  42. 42.0 42.1 42.2 42.3 42.4 42.5 Luke Cage: 1.01: Moment of Truth
  43. 43.00 43.01 43.02 43.03 43.04 43.05 43.06 43.07 43.08 43.09 43.10 Serinda Swan says that Black Bolt went through Terrigenesis at 14, and that Medusa "was the only one that was brave enough to walk into a room where, with one breath, he could kill her, and from 14 they build this language together, so there's this like, there's this bond between them." This means they met at age 14, both around the same age. Based on a weighted average working with this information, Anson Mount, Serinda Swan, Eme Ikwuakor, Iwan Rheon, and Isabelle Cornish's ages at the middle of filming for Inhumans: Season 1, working back from when it is set, as well as Lofton Show, Aidan Fiske, and Leila Bootsma's ages at the middle of filming for the show, the characters' dates of birth would be Black Bolt around October 1982, Medusa around April 1983, Gorgon around May 1985, Maximus around June 1985, and Crystal around September 1991, with Black Bolt and Medusa meeting when Medusa is nearly 14½ and Black Bolt is about to turn 15, in September 1997. To see the maths and calculations, check here.
  44. 44.0 44.1 44.2 44.3 Inhumans: 1.04: Make Way For... Medusa
  45. Captain America: The First Avenger
  46. 46.0 46.1 46.2 46.3 46.4 Iron Man
  47. 47.0 47.1 47.2 Captain America: Civil War
  48. Iron Fist: 1.08: The Blessing of Many Fractures
  49. 49.0 49.1 The Art of War, Big Pun, Blackalicious, Boogie Down Productions, Crazy in Love, iPod 1st Generation, Priesthood, So Fresh, So Clean, Summertime '06, Uptown Saturday Night, Malibu
  50. 50.0 50.1 50.2 50.3 50.4 50.5 The Punisher: 1.08: Cold Steel
  51. 51.0 51.1 51.2 51.3 51.4 In Black Panther, on July 1, 2016 (see references on 2016), T'Challa says that Ulysses Klaue "escaped our pursuits for almost 30 years". W'Kabi later says, "For 30 years your father was in power and did nothing," referring to Klaue, and to the time that spanned between his attack and T'Chaka's death, dated to June 22, 2016. As well as this, W'Kabi says in a deleted scene, on July 4, 2016, that when it comes to Klaue, for "30 years, there's been no justice". While these pieces of dialogue would imply the attack was around 1987, the film also shows scenes set in "1992" which depict the attack as having been recent. Weighted calculations from all the evidence and factors gives April 24, 1989 as the approximate best-fitting date for the attack, and January 15, 1992 as the approximate best-fitting date for the "1992" scenes. The calculations for these dates and the other events are all relative to each other, and can be found in detail here.
  52. 52.0 52.1 52.2 52.3 Black Panther
  53. Black Panther Deleted Scene: Voices From the Past
  54. 54.0 54.1 54.2 54.3 54.4 Luke Cage: 1.13: You Know My Steez
  55. 55.0 55.1 55.2 Runaways: 1.01: Reunion
  56. In Captain Marvel, Yon-Rogg says on June 11, 1995 (see oter references) that Soh-Larr's intel has been "acquired over 3 years". This could specifically refer to 3 years prior, roughly June 11, 1992, or more generally "1995 - 3 = 1992", so approximated with mid-1989, July 1/2, 1989. Putting more weight on specifically 3 years rather than just general, a weighted average gives him starting collecting the intel as approximately June 18, 1992.
  57. 57.0 57.1 57.2 Runaways: 1.05: Kingdom
  58. 58.0 58.1 58.2 58.3 58.4 58.5 58.6 58.7 Daredevil: 1.02: Cut Man
  59. 59.0 59.1 59.2 59.3 59.4 The Avengers
  60. S.H.I.E.L.D. Files
  61. In Refraction, it it shown that Victor Stein and Janet met "25 years ago" before December 2017, making it late 1992. It is 18:41 and sunset in Mauna Kea, and the two times in the year when sunset in Mauna Kea is 18:41 are around April 20th and August 26th each year. Therefore, it is most likely August 26, 1992. However, in the scene, one other student says to another, "Dude, have you seen Reservoir Dogs yet?" Reservoir Dogs got its limited release in the U.S. on October 23, 1992, so this scene has to be after then - the phrasing implying at least a couple of days. Therefore, the earliest possible this scene can be is October 25, 1992. This earliest possible date should be used for it to be as close as possible to the August 26th date for the sunset, so the scene is dated to October 25, 1992.
  62. 62.0 62.1 62.2 62.3 62.4 62.5 Luke Cage: 2.10: The Main Ingredient
  63. Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: 5.11: All the Comforts of Home
  64. 64.0 64.1 Daredevil: 1.12: The Ones We Leave Behind
  65. WIRED Insider Interviews Darren Cross, CEO of Pym Technologies
  66. 66.0 66.1 Runaways: 1.03: Destiny
  67. In Who's Gonna Take the Weight?, Misty Knight says she met Pop when she was "9". With her date of birth approximated to April 1984 (see 1980s references), specifically April 17, 1984, and Pop's arrest approximated to April 24, 1993 (see other references), she has to have met him between April 17, 1993 and April 24, 1993. She likely met him closer to the 17th than 24th, as her meeting him at 9 seems significant, implying she got to know him a little. It can be estimated that they met around April 19, 1993.
  68. 68.0 68.1 Through a series of calculations, taking into account actor ages working back from present events and flashback settings, and evidence from Luke Cage, it can be found that Pop's arrest was around April 24, 1993 and his son, Bert Hunter, was born around July 1993 (fitting with Pop saying in Code of the Streets that his partner was pregnant when he was arrested). The full calculations can be found here.
  69. Iron Man 2
  70. Runaways: 1.02: Rewind
  71. 71.0 71.1 Spider-Man: Far From Home
  72. Luke Cage: 1.03: Who's Gonna Take the Weight?
  73. Jessica Jones was born around October 1985 (see 1980s references), so she was "8" from approximately October 1993 to October 1994, meaning this event was approximately April 1994.
  74. Jessica Jones: 2.07: AKA I Want Your Cray Cray
  75. Jessica Jones: 2.08: AKA Ain't We Got Fun
  76. 76.0 76.1 76.2 Jack Murdock's death is dated to November 12, 1994 (see other references). Considering how far Matt has got with learning Braille in the flashbacks of Cut Man at the time of his father's death, he likely would have been blinded around 6 months earlier, roughly May 12, 1994. The Cut Man flashback of him stitching his father before he was blinded would be around a month earlier, Saturday, April 9, 1994.
  77. 77.0 77.1 Daredevil: 1.01: Into the Ring
  78. 78.0 78.1 78.2 78.3 Avengers: Endgame
  79. 79.0 79.1 79.2 79.3 79.4 79.5 79.6 79.7 In Stick, on January 30, 2015 (see 2015 references), Matt Murdock says to Stick that he has been gone for "20 years", suggesting he left Murdock around early 1995. In the flashbacks in Kinbaku, on October 29, 2005 (See 2000s references), Murdock tells Elektra Natchios that his father died "10 years" ago, suggesting that he died around late 1995. However, Jack Murdock died a couple of months before Stick met Matt, which was another several months before he left Matt. If there is around 8 months between Jack's death and Stick leaving Matt, working from the midpoint between these two suggestions, mid-1995, 4 months either way would suggest that Jack died around early 1995 and Stick left Matt around late 1995. However, the subtitles of Cut Man show Creel vs. Murdock to be November 12th, so it can be shifted to the nearest November: November 12, 1994. This lines up with the fact that the poster in the episode shows it to be a Saturday, with November 12, 1994 being a Saturday. Matt and Stick can then be approximated as meeting around 2 months later, January 12, 1995, and Stick leaving Matt a further 6 months later, July 12, 1995.
  80. 80.0 80.1 Luke Cage: 2.06: The Basement
  81. Luke Cage: 1.12: Soliloquy of Chaos
  82. Cloak & Dagger: 1.03: Stained Glass
  83. 83.0 83.1 Daredevil: 1.07: Stick
  84. In Captain Marvel, on June 11, 1995 (see other references), it is said to be "120 days since the last Skrull attack" on Hala (later revelations would suggest this may not in fact have been an "attack"). This would place the fight on February 11, 1995.
  85. In an interview, Sylvester Stallone revealed that the Contraxia scene is "nearly 20 years" after Stakar banished Yondu. The Contraxia scene is dated as October 17, 2014, putting this about 19 years, 8 months earlier, around February 16, 1995.
  86. The Incredible Hulk
  87. 87.0 87.1 87.2 87.3 87.4 87.5 In Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Alexander Pierce tells the story of Fury saving the hostages in Bogotá, and explains that he gave him a promotion afterward. The implication is that this was when Fury was promoted to Director of S.H.I.E.L.D.. As well as this, in the photograph he is holding from then, Fury looks not much younger than he does in the present, 2014 events, suggesting perhaps a 2000s setting, and Fury says in Captain Marvel, in June 1995 (see other references), that he has had a desk job for "the past 6 years", implying that this operation should not be between mid-1989 and June 1995. However, Fury loses his eye in Captain Marvel, in June 1995, and has two eyes in Pierce's photograph. He cannot be trying a glass eye in the photograph, as he is shown in Captain America: The Winter Soldier to still have the scarred eye in the socket, so the photograph must be before June 1995, before Captain Marvel. Considering he looks older than he does in that film, it should be as late as possible. Fury is bald in the photograph, but has short hair in Captain Marvel, so the photograph needs to be at least a month before Captain Marvel for him to grow the hair. Placing the photograph as late as possible, a month before his appearance in Captain Marvel, it can be approximated to May 12, 1995. The Bogotá operation is presumably about a week earlier, so can be approximated to May 5, 1995. It can be assumed that Fury being Deputy Chief of the station in Bogotá was just one of his desk jobs from 1989 to 1995, and ordering the operation did not involve entering the field himself, or did but was a one-off so not enough to break what he considered 6 years of a desk job.
  88. The Punisher: 1.01: 3 AM
  89. 89.00 89.01 89.02 89.03 89.04 89.05 89.06 89.07 89.08 89.09 89.10 89.11 89.12 89.13 89.14 89.15 89.16 89.17 89.18 89.19 89.20 89.21 89.22 89.23 89.24 89.25 89.26 89.27 89.28 89.29 89.30 89.31 89.32 89.33 89.34 89.35 89.36 89.37 89.38 89.39 89.40 89.41 89.42 89.43 89.44 89.45 89.46 89.47 89.48 89.49 89.50 89.51 89.52 89.53 89.54 89.55 89.56 89.57 89.58 89.59 89.60 89.61 89.62 89.63 89.64 89.65 89.66 89.67 89.68 89.69 89.70 89.71 89.72 89.73 89.74 89.75 89.76 89.77 89.78 89.79 89.80 89.81 89.82 89.83 89.84 89.85 89.86 89.87 89.88 89.89 89.90 89.91 89.92 89.93 In Captain Marvel, Fury says Carol Danvers' crash was "6 years ago, 1989". This makes the main events of the film 1995. A June calendar is later shown, making the events June 1995. Finally, on the second evening of the events, a full moon is shown over Louisiana. The Louisiana full moon in June 1995 was June 12, 1995, making the main events of the film June 11-13, 1995, with the final scene about 3 days later, so June 16, 1995.
  90. 90.0 90.1 90.2 Doctor Strange Prelude
  91. 91.0 91.1 91.2 Doctor Strange Prelude - The Zealot
  92. Brian 'Sene' Marc was born in February 1986, with the middle of filming for Luke Cage: Season 1 being December 2015. Chico's scenes are set in November 2015, so working back, he would have been born around January 1986. In Moment of Truth, Chico says, "[my father] walked out on me and moms when I was 9," placing this around July 1995.
  93. Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: 1.08: The Well
  94. 94.0 94.1 94.2 94.3 Luke Cage: 1.09: DWYCK
  95. In Avengers: Infinity War, Gamora says, "I hated this room, this ship, I hated my life." Thanos replies, "You told me that, too, every day, for almost 20 years." This implies that his massacre of half her people occurred "almost 20 years" before Gamora left him on August 1, 2014 in Guardians of the Galaxy. This piece of evidence, along with Gamora's date of birth, calculated from Zoe Saldana and Ariana Greenblatt's ages, places the Massacre of the Zehoberei at approximately August 27, 1995. The connected calculations are all explained here.
  96. 96.0 96.1 Avengers: Infinity War
  97. 97.0 97.1 According to an interview with Mads Mikkelsen, Kaecilius has been training for 20 years.
  98. 98.0 98.1 98.2 98.3 In Ant-Man and the Wasp, Bill Foster is shown to be approximately 56 (Laurence Fishburne's age at the time of filming) in Spring 2018, and Ava Starr is shown to be approximately 28 (Hannah John-Kamen's age at the time of filming) in Spring 2018. The flashbacks showing a young Ava show Bill Foster through a mix of Laurence Fishburne's son, Langston, 29 at the time of filming, and deageing Laurence Fishburne to how he looked c. 1986, aged 25. Ava is shown to be approximately 7 (RaeLynn Bratten's age at the time of filming). Overall, it can be calculated that Foster was born around July 1965 and Starr around August 1988, and the flashbacks are approximately November 2-4, 1995, when Foster is 30 and Starr is 7.
    Her being taken by S.H.I.E.L.D. agents can be approximated as about a month later, roughly December 8, 1995.
  99. Runaways: 2.07: Last Rites
  100. Luke Cage: 2.02: Straighten It Out
  101. In Princeton Offense, Mina Hess says, "When I was 5 years old, my father once told me...". With Mina Hess' birthday calculated to be approximately September 1990 (see other references), she would be 5 from September 1995 to September 1996, making this approximately March 1996.
  102. Cloak & Dagger: 1.05: Princeton Offense
  103. Cloak & Dagger: 1.02: Suicide Sprints
  104. Daredevil: 2.12: The Dark at the End of the Tunnel
  105. Cloak & Dagger: 1.02: Suicide Sprints
  106. 106.0 106.1 In You Know My Steez, a flashback is shown of Willis training Carl at boxing. In the background is a notice about an event coming up on "Friday November 15" (which would be 1996) and then "Monday 6-10 January" (1997), placing this around early November 1996. It is shown in Take It Personal that in May of whichever year (it refers to the car being a "1993" model, so at least 1994 or 1995 to refer to it as such), when Willis was 18 and Carl was 17, they stole a 1993 corvette. It can be assumed, considering the fact that the actors already look older than 16 and 18 in the November 1996 flashback and Mike Colter's age at the times of filming suggesting Luke would have turned 17 around the early 1990s, as well as the way the brothers' story is told, it can be assumed that they stole the car in the first May after the November 1996 flashback, May 1997.
  107. In AKA Sole Survivor, Jessica Jones says on May 4, 2017, "Leslie Hansen worked at Metro-General in the '90s and then nothing. 20 years of web presence completely wiped out." 20 years prior to May 4, 2017 could specifically mean approximately May 4, 1997, or could more generally mean "2017 - 20 years = 1997" (so approximated at July 1, 1997), or even more generally "2010s - 2 decades = 1990s" (so approximated at December 31, 1994-January 1, 1995). Putting more weight on the most specific and least weight on the least specific, it can be calculated that Hansen stopped working at Metro-General around January 19, 1997.
  108. Jessica Jones: 2.07: AKA Sole Survivor
  109. In The Creator, it is said that before his death on September 3, 2017 (see 2017 references), Anansi had "been on the straight and narrow for 20 years". This would suggest approximately September 3, 1997. However, it may more roughly just mean "2017 - 1997 = 20", so any time in 1997 (using mid-1997 as an approximation), or even more roughly just mean "2010s - 1990s = 20", so any time in the 1990s (using mid-1990s as an approximation). Putting more weight in the specific date than just the year, and more weight in the year than the decade, a weighted calculation gives roughly March 31, 1997 for when he changed his ways.
  110. Luke Cage: 2.11: The Creator
  111. In Cold Steel, Frank Castle says he drank Boone's Farm intensely until he "was 20". Castle's date of birth is approximated as November 15, 1976, which would mean the midpoint of him being 20 (the approximation for when he stopped) is May 16, 1997.
  112. In AKA Start at the Beginning, Malcolm Ducasse says, "My folks started me building when I was about 7." Ducasse was born around January 1990 (see other references), so he was "about 7" from approximately January 1997 to January 1998, meaning this event was approximately July 1997.
  113. Jessica Jones: 2.12: AKA Pray for My Patsy
  114. 114.0 114.1 114.2 114.3 Inhumans: 1.03: Divide -- And Conquer
  115. In Rise and Shine, Talbot says to Hale on September 17, 2017 (see 2017 references), "I've known you 20 years." This could refer specifically to them having met around September 17, 1997, but could be more generally "2017 - 20 years = 1997", the midpoint of which, for estimation, would be July 2, 1997. Overall, putting more weight in the more precise but taking into account the more general as well, the date can be calculated as approximately August 22, 1997.
  116. Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: 5.15: Rise and Shine
  117. 117.0 117.1 117.2 Inhumans: 1.08: ...And Finally: Black Bolt
  118. 118.0 118.1 Inhumans: 1.01: The First Chapter - Behold…The Inhumans!
  119. Inhumans: 1.07: Havoc in the Hidden Land
  120. 120.0 120.1 Marvel Television Live Auction Lot #602: Mariah Dillard's Scrapbook
  121. In AKA God Help the Hobo, Trish Walker says, "I haven't had any privacy since I was 12, when my mother sold it." Her date of birth is approximated at June 1985 (see 1980s references), so this is between June 1997 and June 1998, approximately December 1997.
  122. Jessica Jones: 2.04: AKA God Help the Hobo
  123. Ant-Man
  124. 124.0 124.1 124.2 Luke Cage: 2.03: Wig Out
  125. Luke Cage: 2.09: For Pete's Sake
  126. Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: 1.03: The Asset
  127. The Defenders: 1.04: Royal Dragon
  128. Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: 4.12: Hot Potato Soup
  129. Robert Coleman was born around March 1980 (see 1980s references), so his "18th birthday" was approximately March 1998.
  130. Jessica Jones: 2.02: AKA Freak Accident
  131. Jessica Jones was born c. October 1985 (see 1980s references), so she was "12" from approximately October 1997 to October 1998, meaning this event was approximately April 1998.
  132. Jessica Jones: 2.10: AKA Pork Chop
  133. 133.0 133.1 133.2 The Defenders: 1.02: Mean Right Hook
  134. In On and On, a flashback is shown of James Lucas telling Carl/Luke to wake up. This appears to be from some sort of summer sports event from when Carl was young. However, not too young, as James does not look particularly younger than he does in 2017. Assuming this was from before Carl/Luke went to college, but otherwise as late as possible, it can be approximated to the summer after he finished high school, so when he was 18. With Carl/Luke's date of birth approximated to April 1980 (see 1980s references), this would be Summer 1998, so can be placed around the middle of the academic summer, between the end of term in June and beginning of term in September, so approximately July 31, 1998.
  135. Black Panther Prelude
  136. In Metamorphosis, Amy Minoru is said to have been "16" when she died, which is dated to December 4, 2015, meaning she was born between December 5, 1998 and December 4, 1999. Amanda Suk was born on July 30, 1986, making her 31 in August 2017, the middle of filming for Runaways: Season 1, very much suggesting that Minoru must have been at least 16-going-on-17, for a 31-year-old actor to have any plausibility in playing the character. Therefore, it can be approximated that Minoru was born in December 1998, making her almost-17 at her time of death on December 4, 2015.
    As well as this, in the flashback in Doomsday showing the Minorus in 2001, Nico is only around 4 months old, making it May 2001, and Amy is roughly 2½, indeed making her date of birth approximately late 1998.
  137. Runaways: 1.06: Metamorphosis
  138. In New York, students start kindergarten (the year before 1st grade) in September of the calendar year in which they turn 5. With Liz being a senior (12th grade) in September 2016, this means she turns 17 in the calendar year of 2016 - meaning she was born in 1999. Considering Laura Harrier's age, Liz would have been born very early in her school year, around January 1999.
  139. Spider-Man: Homecoming
  140. 140.0 140.1 140.2 140.3 In The Main Ingredient, it is stated that Misty Knight was a "14-year-old" when Tasha Bowles stole the iPod and they lost the game. However, I Get Physical establishes that Knight was 5 on February 11, 1990, meaning that at the very latest, she was born on February 11, 1985, and therefore at the very latest this was February 10, 2000, despite the fact that the iPod was not released until October 2001. It must be taken that she simply stole an MP3 player, mislabeled by Knight in 2017 as having been an "iPod". With Knight's date of birth approximated to April 1984 (see 1980s references), she would be 14 from April 1998-April 1999, making the basketball season when she was 14 early November 1998 to early March 1999. Therefore, the match can be approximated as roughly early January 1999.
  141. In Wig Out, "Tilda Johnson says, The last time I ate here, I was 10." It is later revealed that she does not know her actual age, with her date of birth being fake. Her fake date of birth is approximated to 8 months after Jackson Dillard's December 1987 death (see 1980s references), with Mariah Dillard lying and claiming that was the day she found out she was pregnant, so Johnson's fake date of birth is approximated to 3 years after her real August 1985 (see 1980s references) date of birth, around August 20, 1988. Therefore the time when she believed she was 10 would be August 20, 1998 to August 19, 1999. The middle of this time, as an approximation for when she last ate at the Stokes family table, is February 18, 1999.
  142. Iron Fist: 2.01: The Fury of Iron Fist
  143. Runaways 2.04: Old School
  144. 144.0 144.1 In Kingdom, it is shown that Wilder meeting Jonah was "18 years ago" from December 11, 2017. This would suggest approximately December 11, 1999, but also in the general sense of "18 years" before 2017, 1999, any time in 1999 (average July 2, 1999). Putting more weight on the exact 18 years, but considering the possibility that it could be any point in 1999, overall, this can be calculated to approximately ([December 11, 1999] × 2 + [July 2, 1999] × 1) ÷ 3 = October 18, 1999.
  145. Iron Man 3
  146. Spider-Man’s ferry tale: A closer look at one of Homecoming's coolest scenes
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