Sony's Universe of Marvel Characters - Timeline

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This is a timeline for Sony's Spider-Man Extended Universe.

Placement reasoning:

Venom
An Email states "2018" and is about the annual meeting for the NCLA Presidential Reception, which is held on October 17th. Since that is dated yesterday, the movie begins on October 18th. The movie has a 6 month time jump, making it April.

Viewing Order
Venom
Morbius** (31 July 2020)
Venom 2** (2 October 2020)
Nightwatch** (????, 2021)
Kraven the Hunter** (????, 2021)
The Sinister Six** (????, 202?)
Black Cat** (????, 202?)
Silver Sable** (????, 202?)
Silk** (????, 202?)
Jackpot** (????, 202?)
Mysterio** (????, 202?)
Madame Web** (????, 202?)

Timeline
2018
October 18

Venom Chapter 1 (0:00:00 - 0:04:54)
Venom Chapter 2 (0:04:55 - 0:11:09)


October 19
Venom Chapter 3 (0:11:10 - 0:15:22)

October 20
Venom Chapter 3 (0:15:23 - 0:17:46)

2019
April

Venom Chapter 4 (0:17:47 - 0:24:16)
Venom Chapter 5 (0:24:17 - 0:32:30)
Venom Chapter 6 (0:32:31 - 0:40:18)
Venom Chapter 7 (0:40:19 - 0:47:02)
Venom Chapter 8 (0:47:03 - 0:53:37)
Venom Chapter 9 (0:53:38 - 1:01:08)
Venom Chapter 10 (1:01:09 - 1:04:12)
Venom Chapter 11 (1:04:13 - 1:08:47)
Venom Chapter 12 (1:08:48 - 1:11:23)
Venom Chapter 13 (1:11:24 - 1:14:26)
Venom Chapter 14 (1:14:27 - 1:21:29)
Venom Chapter 15 (1:21:30 - 1:27:25)
Venom Chapter 16 (1:27:26 - 1:32:11)
Venom Chapter 16 (1:34:26 - 1:36:29)


2020
????

Morbius** (31 July 2020)
Venom 2** (2 October 2020)

2021
????

Nightwatch** (????, 2021)
Kraven the Hunter** (????, 2021)

202?
????

The Sinister Six** (????, 202?)
Black Cat** (????, 202?)
Silver Sable** (????, 202?)
Silk** (????, 202?)
Jackpot** (????, 202?)
Mysterio** (????, 202?)
Madame Web** (????, 202?)
 
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Pro Bot

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Removed Venom comic. It's unlikely to be canon. It contradicts scenes in the movie and adds nothing new. It's just an incomplete adaptation. It looks much more accurate now, along with the updated first 17 minutes.
 

selfishmisery

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Please sign this. Maybe something great will come of it, if Sony is smart. https://www.change.org/p/sony-bring-andrew-garfield-back-for-the-venom-universe-2245d2f9-c8cf-4f24-a2fb-b8525fb24468.
I don't think https://amazingspiderman.fandom.com/wiki/Symbiote would be a massive continuity error if this happened. Nothing explicitly states it's the symbiote.
Uhhh...I'd rather Venom be retroactively added to the MCU in the future rather than that (dead) universe.

Email says "Case No. 10-27-" (October 27th).
It was sent at 8:14 PM, not 2 days ago or Yesterday, suggesting it has been less than 24 hours since it was sent. Another email has "2018" in it. 6 months later is in May because it seems unlikely it's exactly 6 months so it's probably not April.
That doesn't really explain why it would be May.

Did they mention it being "May" in the film?
 
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Fair enough. I just think it would be a nice fix to the "Spider-Man" problem, or just a recast (god no). It seems the MCU is out of the picture, for now, and the Ramiverse doesn't fit (that would be weird even if it could), so the Webbverse is a solution. To be honest, although the movies weren't that great, Andrew was pretty good as Spider-Man. As Peter Parker, maybe not, but in this universe the only thing thats needed is Spider-Man, not Peter Parker, and that was Andrews speciality.

But maybe a recast would be alright. I mean, they really can't do Kraven the Hunter, Black Cat or Silk without Spider-Man, can they? Ok, maybe Black Cat if we're reaching.

Best hope is MCU merger. I don't see that happening. Sony wants it, though. Maybe they'll get their wish?
 
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That doesn't really explain why it would be May.

Did they mention it being "May" in the film?
No, but it's likely, since it's a least 6 months, and April for the most part is before 6 months (except for a couple days). If it were april it would have to be extremely late April. May is an assumption based on "6 Months Later". That is, of cause, unless it's almost "6 months later"?
 
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This is rather interesting news.
"I think we aspire to have several shows in a universe that we create that can pollinate between each other, and to [be] working with a partner to make that happen."
 
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"Timeline-wise, near the beginning of the movie, there's a visible e-mail which contains a news story covering the NCLA 2018 Presidential Reception, which occurs annually on October 17. The e-mail is dated "Yesterday", placing the beginning of the movie on October 18, 2018. The movie then features a six month time-skip, placing it in April 2019." - The Wikia Editor, Marvel Cinematic Universe Wiki - Timeline Discussion

Assuming an MCU integration, I guess this is to be ignored.

In the possibility of a MCU integration, it would have to go early January 2018 to late June 2018, unless of cause it takes place at a period of time when half of everyone is gone, which seems impossible, so I'd go with the assumption that the NCLA Presidential Reception takes place in 1st-5th January and 6 months later is only almost 6 months later, and unfortunately push back Avengers: Infinity War to June.
 
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Either this timeline is going to become defunct because new non-Marvel Studios Spider-Man films will crossover with Sony's Universe of Marvel Characters and still be apart of the Marvel Cinematic Universe or those films are stated non-canon and I have to add all MCU movies/TV series up until Spider-Man: Far From Home.

Either way is a headache, but the former is much simpler and I hope Marvel Studios just allows Sony to do their thing elsewhere in their universe.
 

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Updated with Spider-Man (just in case). What MCU items should be considered canon (assuming SUoMC ends up being seperate)?
 
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Dok95

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Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse considered that Venom universe (so the entire SUMC universe) is an alternate universe to Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.

Will do you include it? :p
 

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Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse considered that Venom universe (so the entire SUMC universe) is an alternate universe to Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.

Will do you include it? :p
No. Every Marvel universe is within the same multiverse. This is just as connected to the comic universe.
 

Dok95

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No. Every Marvel universe is within the same multiverse. This is just as connected to the comic universe.
Oh, I see.

Wrong thread but a question that I had for long time (I've not so much comics, just the very classics so... :rolleyes:)

Is it the same for DC, then? Every DC universe is within the same multiverse?

I thought that when they say "Earths", it is for Universe (and not just the planet), but yesterday I saw Crisis Aftermath Ep 1 and they placed Argo like another Earth, so the Argo from Supergirl show is the same Argo for Earth-1 TV shows? Or there is Earth-38 version of Argo, Earth-1 version of Argo...?

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Pro Bot

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Oh, I see.

Wrong thread but a question that I had for long time (I've not so much comics, just the very classics so... :rolleyes:)

Is it the same for DC, then? Every DC universe is within the same multiverse?

I thought that when they say "Earths", it is for Universe (and not just the planet), but yesterday I saw Crisis Aftermath Ep 1 and they placed Argo like another Earth, so the Argo from Supergirl show is the same Argo for Earth-1 TV shows? Or there is Earth-38 version of Argo, Earth-1 version of Argo...?

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Argo is a universe within Earth-38.

No, DC has multiple multiverses. For example, the one from the comics has 52 universes. It also has a different Darkseid, Anti-Monitor, Monitor, Monitors, Crisis, etc.. Movie and TV universes, unlike the Marvel multiverse, are not included on Multiverse mapping, save for Young Justice.
 

Dok95

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Argo is a universe within Earth-38.

No, DC has multiple multiverses. For example, the one from the comics has 52 universes. It also has a different Darkseid, Anti-Monitor, Monitor, Monitors, Crisis, etc.. Movie and TV universes, unlike the Marvel multiverse, are not included on Multiverse mapping, save for Young Justice.
It's what I thought, thanks!
 

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