They still might. The Hulk page in there is a character history rather than a movie history, which implies the book will cover both concepts.I noticed they don't bring up the fact Coulson provided Fury with the Helicarrier (Agents of Shield season two finale) that he used in Age of Ultron.
Honestly be as through as they want, the years of progress that our timeline has gone through striving for absolute perfection can not be matched.I'll bet the research this collective group has done is far more thorough than the time put into this book. I hope I'm wrong though.
I mean, they use words like 'early' and 'spring' for how narrowed in their timeline placements are, so we are already far more intricate and detailed then the book will ever be. I'm really looking forward to it to pin down some of the more vague entries post Endgame if I'm being honest. The one thing that they won't do though, is established reasons why something is here or there in a certain year. It'll just be the next film/show without any explanation.I'll bet the research this collective group has done is far more thorough than the time put into this book. I hope I'm wrong though.
Yeah personally I've always gone with 2011 but this does seem to be the best of all the little referencesIt's probably meant to straddle the "6 months later" of Iron Man 2 and Fury's "last year" in the Avengers, while maintaining Vision's "in the eight years since..." in Civil War. I don't hate it
It's probably because of the Stark Expo 2010 promos for Iron Man 2.