Again, the concept art indicates the show was originally not supposed to take place during christmas.
It's likely the BW post-credits scene was filmed before they...
Seems a bit contradictory to consider them canon when they're stated not to be.
Titan Consumed is not considered canon, despite not being contradictory to the movies, only...
Yelena texts Kate: "I found out who hired me."
The show establishes she was hired to kill Hawkeye, and the order came from Eleanor.
In the post credits scene, she is asked how she would like a shot at Hawkeye. If this had nothing to do with the show narratively, the show would make it a point to...
The Incredible Hulk: Fury Files is not on our timeline.
Did we decide it's not canon? I understand why, since it's not part of the omnibus, however the wiki treats it as canon and it does line up with Banner knowing Fury before the Avengers.
I have two questions regarding the original Spidey trilogy, the Amazing duology and the Venom duology.
First, are we adding them to the timeline?
And second, where would you put them in a chronological viewing? I was thinking after Loki and What if...?, however, it might be a little weird...
As promised, page numbers for Doctor Strange - Prelude: The Zealot:
Doctor Strange - Prelude: The Zealot - Infinite #1 (pg. 1-3)
Doctor Strange - Prelude: The Zealot - Infinite #1 (pg. 4-11)
Doctor Strange - Prelude: The Zealot - Infinite #1 (pg. 11-12)
We knew this was going to happen the moment Edwin Jarvis appeared in Endgame, and people were still denying the shows were canon. Some people just seem to have a hateboner for everything Marvel Television related.