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""The king is dead. All hail the king!""
Vincent Griffith[[The Originals|[src]]]
Since the moment I saw The Avengers, Marvel became part of my life, I started to read a lot about comics, and to collect more and more movies and TV series from Marvel. The MCU started to grow and it was amazing. It IS amazing. My favorite comic events are Civil War and Dark Reign/Siege.

My favorite pages

  • Timeline: Everything about the chronology of the MCU. It is very interesting to see how a lot of characters get involved.

To-Do List

Check Timeline pages for images:

  • 1930s (after AoS7 ending)
  • 1950s (Upcoming write-ups)
  • 1980s (Upcoming write-ups)
  • 1990s (Upcoming write-ups)
  • 2000s (Upcoming write-ups/COMICS)
  • 2016 (Upcoming write-ups/COMICS)
  • 2017 (complete upload of images up to December 2017) HIGH PRIORITY
  • Before 2017/Framework (possible name, the page is already made here)
  • 2018 (complete upload of images for all MCU events) SECOND PRIORITY
  • 2021
  • 2024
  • 2028
  • 2030-2090/Destroyed Earth
  • 2091
  • 2018/Jonah's Successful Escape

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Multiverse Concepts

While I exposed my own idea of how the terms "reality", "alternate universes", and others work, I investigated the Marvel Comics concept of those words.

  • Reality: It is the name given to a new universe, which has its own Earth, time, and space. This new universe is also associated with new dimensions, a new Quantum Realm, a new Dark Dimension. Earth is the main focus of a universe. That is why Earth and Reality are used in a similar context. The term universe is also used to refer to a reality.
  • Dimension: A dimension is part of a certain reality (universe). It is separated from other dimensions by specific differences. A dimension can be a universe (recollection of infinite amount of space). A dimension can be as well what it is called a "pocket dimension". The term "realm" is also used to talk about dimensions.
  • Alternate Earth: It is used to refer to a new version of the planet Earth, which exists in a new universe, or a new reality. Earth is seen as the nucleus of the reality/universe it belongs.
  • Alternate Reality: It serves to represent a reality that co-exists separately from another in the Multiverse (which is a collection of realities). According to the comics, to some extent, "Earth" = "universe" = "dimension" = "reality". Alternate realities can be different in many ways and to different degrees. For example, if two realities have the same story up to a certain point of history, but from this point onwards, there is a divergence, the new reality is better known as divergent/alternate timeline.
  • Alternate Worlds: It refers to a world in another dimension. This new world exists in the equivalent space to a world in this dimension. Worlds can be different from Earth, and therefore are not referred as Earth even though some can be the replacement of Earth in that universe.

Marvel Cinematic Universe: TV Shows and Films Tie-Ins

MCU Films

Captain America: Civil War

Avengers Tower
Inhuman Outbreak and Enhanced Individuals (vigilantes)

This is NOT confirmed, however, it has all the possibilities to be taking into consideration from an in-universe point of view. The MCU was getting bigger in 2016 (real world), Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. had just introduced the Inhuman Outbreak event, and the Netflix shows had just begun airing, with Daredevil Season One, and Season Two and Jessica Jones Season One getting released prior to Captain America: Civil War.

Vision-AccordsDiscussion

In "Civil War", during the Avengers' discussion about the Sokovia Accords, Vision says:

"In the 8 years since Mr. Stark announced himself as Iron Man, the number of known enhanced persons has grown exponentially. And during the same period, the number of potentially world-ending events has risen at a commensurate rate."
―Vision

Chronologically, by the time this line is said (June 2016) the events seen from Daredevil S1 to The Defenders have already happened, and the Inhuman Outbreak was a big event in the MCU (the term "Inhuman" was not revealed to the public until post-June 2016) so the Avengers must have definitely been aware of the events. Now, while the Inhumans are not Enhanced Individuals, they were thought as such during Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Season Two.

However, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Season Four first synopsis offers that "Civil War" might have made a reference to the MCU TV Heroes (at leas the ones that have already debuted) after all.

"In light of the Sokovia Accords, and with Hydra obliterated, S.H.I.E.L.D. has been legitimatized again and no longer needs to operate in the shadows. [...] Coulson finds himself back in the role as an agent and teamed with Mack (Henry Simmons), and together they are tasked with tracking down and confirming the presence of Enhanced people, aka Inhumans. They have been trying to track down and capture Daisy (Chloe Bennet), aka Quake, who has gone rogue in an attempt to atone for sins from the past. But with the world believing that Daisy is a dangerous outlaw who has taken down banks and bridges, the new Director has no qualms about taking her down for good. [...]"
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

As you can see, the Inhumans are mentioned as "Enhanced Individuals" as well, this might be a way to tie-in both worlds as we previously saw in Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Season 2 and Avengers: Age of Ultron, when it is confirmed later in the show and by Kevin Feige himself that Fury obtained the Helicarrier during the Battle of Sokovia thanks to Phil Coulson and his S.H.I.E.L.D.

Also, the Marvel Cinematic Universe TV shows and films have a connectivity related to the context of the wider universe, with "Civil War" dealing with the increased number of Enhanced people across Earth, this is another clue that TV shows and films have indeed connected with each other from an in-universe point of view.

Doctor Strange

Avengers Tower

Spider-Man: Homecoming

Avengers Tower

Avengers: Infinity War

Avengers Tower
Daredevil and the New York Bulletin
Daredevil Infinity War Set

Although he is nowhere to be seen, and despite being considered to appear in the film alongside Luke Cage [1], a LEGO set for the film shows the MCU version of Daredevil in the set of the Attack on Greenwich Village.

Captain Marvel

Blackout

According Victoria Alonso, Patrick Brennan's role in Captain Marvel can be considered the same character he portrayed in Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D Season One: Blackout.[2]

Quadjet/Quinjet

What can be considered somewhat a way to mantain continuity, the directors of Captain Marvel confirmed that they had to share a set used for the Sixth Season of the first MCU TV series Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D..[3] From 1995 to 2019.

Avengers: Endgame

Edwin Jarvis

James D'Arcy returns after his debut in the second TV show set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. D'Arcy appears again as Edwin Jarvis.

Spider-Man: Far From Home

Avengers Tower

MCU TV Shows

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

Avengers Tower

Daredevil

Avengers Tower

Another Season 3 poster with the Avengers Tower.

Jessica Jones

Avengers Tower

Luke Cage

Avengers Tower

Iron Fist

Avengers Tower

The Defenders

Avengers Tower

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