The Captain Marvel commercial doesn't seem to be canon for a few reasons. Carol is getting debriefed on the events of Infinity War before she helps take down Thanos at the beginning of Endgame, but it seems doubtful that she stopped to get caught up by some agents before arriving at the Avengers HQ. Also, her hair in the commercial is styled like it was in Captain Marvel, not Endgame. Also, Goose is there even though we don't know if she is still around in 2018.That's my thoughts as well. We could also throw in Avengers: Endgame's Captain Marvel commercial, although that one was out of place.
Can't live with post-snap, as it was clearly not intended to be that. I'd treat 6 months till Mothers day as 8 years later, and place the season according to Earth Day. I suppose you could say it takes place in February at least, and that would leave 3 months and be post LCS2 and IFS2.React Like if you think the placement should be spring 2018. React Love if you think the placement should be fall 2018.
Could be May too, but yeah, I agree. Works better with the weather, too.I'd say January 2018 for The Punisher S2. Episode 8 had the "13" calendar app date on the phone and someone in the same episode mentioned that it was "Saturday" (I believe it was in the scene with Madani in Frank's trailer home). January 2018 has a Saturday the 13th. Of course, that would mean it's fairly concurrent with the first 7 episodes of Iron Fist S2.
Wasn't the weather fairly cool to where some characters wore jackets too?
How does everyone feel about the MCU Wiki explanation of May 2018? I feel like we have a couple options, but just throwing that out there. The epilogue would technically be post-snap, but it's so short I think it could work.
The Punisher Season 2 Timeline Placement (No Spoilers)
So, Episode 7 features a calendar which while a little hard to make out seems to be for May 2018. The month begins on a Tuesday and features holidays on the 13th and 28th (Mothers Day and Memorial Day) just like May 2018. Yes, the scene most likely filmed in May but I think it could easily work. Having Season 2 start in late April and it's May by Episode 7 could work weather wise and it also fits with the promo. This does affect Infinity War, Ant-Man & The Wasp, and the back part A.O.S. Season 5's placements. But I think if Ant-Man & The Wasp is worked around the April 30th date seen in the movie and Infinity War is placed somewhere later in May or June, it could easily work.
This was already suggested, but while the calendar does indeed fit with May 2018, it doesn't specifically say the name of the month, which is why I'm unsure about placing it there.
Nit picking, but why does a book take precedence over a short film (okay, a commercial, but still) with Tom Holland? Also, all the commercial/film showed was an instructor from a driving school agreeing to pass him. Peter would still have to take his certificate from the course to the DMV to get his license, I'm assuming. (It's also possible he was only taking the test to get his learner's permit--if there's anyone who's gotten their license as a teenager in New York recently, maybe they can chime in?)Thanks for the info. I'll remove the Audi commercial once I have the chance to read the book.
Fair point. I guess I do agree there's not much of a contradiction now that you mention it.Nit picking, but why does a book take precedence over a short film (okay, a commercial, but still) with Tom Holland? Also, all the commercial/film showed was an instructor from a driving school agreeing to pass him. Peter would still have to take his certificate from the course to the DMV to get his license, I'm assuming. (It's also possible he was only taking the test to get his learner's permit--if there's anyone who's gotten their license as a teenager in New York recently, maybe they can chime in?)
It's entirely possible he was going to do that right after the field trip that ultimately ended with him getting dusted, and five years later he hasn't gotten around to officially getting the license yet.