Marvel Cinematic Universe - Timeline (Part 3)

was reorganizing the marvel multiverse a few weeks ago and this what i have come up with:

MCM Movies & Shorts only sorting out multiverses order

Captain America: The First Avenger
Marvel One-Shot: Agent Carter
Captain Marvel
Iron Man
Iron Man 2
Marvel One-Shot: A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Thor's Hammer
Thor
The Incredible Hulk
Marvel One-Shot: The Consultant
The Avengers
Marvel One-Shot: Item 47
Iron Man 3
Marvel One-Shot: All Hail The King
Thor: The Dark World
Captain America: The Winter Soldier
Guardians of the Galaxy
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2
Avengers: Age of Ultron
Ant-Man
Captain America: Civil War
Black Widow
Black Panther
Spider-Man: Homecoming
Doctor Strange
Thor: Ragnarok
Ant-Man and the Wasp
Avengers: Infinity War
Avengers: Endgame




(2002 - 2005)
Spider-Man (2002)
Spider-Man 2 (2004)
Spider-Man 3 (2005)


(2003 - 2012) (Rumoured in deadpool 3)?
The Punisher (2003)
The Punisher: Dirty Laundry (2012)


(2004 - 2006) (Rumoured in deadpool 3)?
Daredevil (2004)
Elektra (2006)


(2005 - 2007) (Rumoured in deadpool 3/prime variant of 838 earth?)
Fantastic Four (2005)
Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer (2007)


(2013 - 2014)
The Amazing Spider-Man (2013)
The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (2014)


(1962 - 2023/1973 - 2029) (Main Events = 2004 - 2006)
X-Men: First Class (1962)
X-Men Origins: Wolverine (1979)
X-Men (2004)
X2 (2004)
X-Men: The Last Stand (2006)
The Wolverine (2013)
X-Men: Days of Future Past (2023/1973)
X-Men: Apocalypse (1983)
X-Men: Dark Phoenix (1992)
Deadpool (2016)
Deadpool: No Good Deed (2017)
Deadpool 2 (2018)

Deadpool & Wolverine (2023) (Before or After Loki S01 or S02?)?

Laura.mov (2026)
The New Mutants (2027)
Logan (2029)

Deadpool & Wolverine (2023) (Before or After Loki S01 or S02?)?


(2018 - 2020)
Spider-Ham: Caught in a Ham (2018)
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (2018)
The Spider Within - A Spider-Verse Story (2019)
Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse (2020) (After Multiverse of Madness)
Spider-Man: Beyond the Spider-Verse (2020?)


(2003 - 2020/2021...) Main events = (2019 - 2020 atm)
Madame Web (2003)
Venom (2019)
Morbius (2019)
Venom: Let There Be Carnage (2020)

Kraven the Hunter (2021?)
Venom: The Last Dance (2021?)



Eternals
Shang-Chi And The Legend Of The Ten Rings
Peter's To-Do List
Spider-Man: Far from Home

(Multiverse Incursions Begin)

Spider-Man: No Way Home
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever
Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania
Thor: Love and Thunder
Werewolf By Night
The Marvels
The Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.3


Captain America: Brave New World
Thunderbolts*
The Fantastic 4
Blade

Laura.mov (2026)?
The New Mutants (2027)?
Logan (2029)?

Avengers 5
Avengers: Secret Wars



P.S. I tried to group the universes together and in rough chronological order of each franchises release (I counted the fox x-men universe as starting around 2003/2004 for the rough majority of the timeline as the 60s and 70s only appears in one film each.) and unless there was a clear crossover event like the venom Let there be carnage post credits scene and No way home.

I posted this in the x-men thread but it's also a mcu or as I like to call it MCM (Marvel Cinematic Multiverse) related thing which is very relevant with the new deadpool 3 trailer that just dropped.
 
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Shang-Chi: Who guards my sleep? And Wakanda Forever: Dare to dream are missing from the simplified viewing/reading order @Starvel

I was also hoping to start a discussion about Starforce Mission Log. It lines up perfectly with Starforce on the rise, partly covering the same events as a Data Entry in Vers' Mission Log. However, the ending covers the Torfan section of the first Captain Marvel movie and there's some discrepancies:
- In the movie, the Skrulls attack, Starforce warns Vers and then Talos stuns Vers. Then a Skrull ship blows up the bridge and Talos knocks Vers out while still in the cave.
- In the book, Vers hears the Skrulls attack and grabs "Soh-Larr" (Talos) to escape the cave. She attacks a few Skrulls and the bridge blows up. Soh-Larr and Vers fall down. After that Soh-Larr/Talos stuns Vers when back in the cave.

So the order of events is a bit shuffled and/or expanded. The book is probably based off an earlier cut of the movie.

My question to all of you; are these discrepancies enough to render it non-canon, or should we place it on the timeline? If the latter, I'll write something up.
 
Shang-Chi: Who guards my sleep? And Wakanda Forever: Dare to dream are missing from the simplified viewing/reading order @Starvel

I was also hoping to start a discussion about Starforce Mission Log. It lines up perfectly with Starforce on the rise, partly covering the same events as a Data Entry in Vers' Mission Log. However, the ending covers the Torfan section of the first Captain Marvel movie and there's some discrepancies:
- In the movie, the Skrulls attack, Starforce warns Vers and then Talos stuns Vers. Then a Skrull ship blows up the bridge and Talos knocks Vers out while still in the cave.
- In the book, Vers hears the Skrulls attack and grabs "Soh-Larr" (Talos) to escape the cave. She attacks a few Skrulls and the bridge blows up. Soh-Larr and Vers fall down. After that Soh-Larr/Talos stuns Vers when back in the cave.

So the order of events is a bit shuffled and/or expanded. The book is probably based off an earlier cut of the movie.

My question to all of you; are these discrepancies enough to render it non-canon, or should we place it on the timeline? If the latter, I'll write something up.
Imo it has enough discrepancies to be more "inspired by canon" than actually canon. But I don't feel strongly enough about that to fight it if people want it added.
 
I was also hoping to start a discussion about Starforce Mission Log. It lines up perfectly with Starforce on the rise, partly covering the same events as a Data Entry in Vers' Mission Log. However, the ending covers the Torfan section of the first Captain Marvel movie and there's some discrepancies:
- In the movie, the Skrulls attack, Starforce warns Vers and then Talos stuns Vers. Then a Skrull ship blows up the bridge and Talos knocks Vers out while still in the cave.
- In the book, Vers hears the Skrulls attack and grabs "Soh-Larr" (Talos) to escape the cave. She attacks a few Skrulls and the bridge blows up. Soh-Larr and Vers fall down. After that Soh-Larr/Talos stuns Vers when back in the cave.

So the order of events is a bit shuffled and/or expanded. The book is probably based off an earlier cut of the movie.

My question to all of you; are these discrepancies enough to render it non-canon, or should we place it on the timeline? If the latter, I'll write something upup.
I think it could easilly be retconned and take the film's version of that event as canon
 
Shang-Chi: Who guards my sleep? And Wakanda Forever: Dare to dream are missing from the simplified viewing/reading order @Starvel

I was also hoping to start a discussion about Starforce Mission Log. It lines up perfectly with Starforce on the rise, partly covering the same events as a Data Entry in Vers' Mission Log. However, the ending covers the Torfan section of the first Captain Marvel movie and there's some discrepancies:
- In the movie, the Skrulls attack, Starforce warns Vers and then Talos stuns Vers. Then a Skrull ship blows up the bridge and Talos knocks Vers out while still in the cave.
- In the book, Vers hears the Skrulls attack and grabs "Soh-Larr" (Talos) to escape the cave. She attacks a few Skrulls and the bridge blows up. Soh-Larr and Vers fall down. After that Soh-Larr/Talos stuns Vers when back in the cave.

So the order of events is a bit shuffled and/or expanded. The book is probably based off an earlier cut of the movie.

My question to all of you; are these discrepancies enough to render it non-canon, or should we place it on the timeline? If the latter, I'll write something up.
It seems like they're ignoring certain details in-between some scenes or moments. It's basically an editing issue from the sounds of it.

I ran into this problem with some of the Arrowverse books too, so you kinda need to fill in the blanks in your head.
 
Got my copy a few weeks ago now, no real timeline clues as far as I can see also it doesn't include Spider-Man:Homecoming,Far from Home and No Way Home which sucks but I would assume has to do with the rights being shared with Sony. Includes everything up to GotG Vol3 but also has included character appearances up to the marvels for Carol,Monica and Kamala. No new characters like dar benn from the film are in the book.
 
Could someone do a Captain N: The Game Master Timeline?
As much as I love Captain N, I'm 99% sure it's just the cartoon and nothing else in the timeline (with the comic being its own timeline), and they're already chronological. As far as I know anyway.
 
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