Marvel TL;DR is an animated video web-series that gives comedic summaries of past Marvel events and stories in a short amount of time.
- What is Planet Hulk?
- What is Civil War?
- What is The Winter Soldier Saga?
- What is Thor Ragnarok?
- What is Spider-Verse?
- What is Ms. Marvel: Generation Why?
- What is Infinity Gauntlet?
- What is Ghost Rider?
- What is Deadpool Kills the Marvel Universe?
- What is Doctor Strange: The Oath?
- Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Avengers in 3 Minutes
- The Origin of Spider-Man in 2 Minutes
- Spider-Man vs. The Vulture in 2 Minutes
- Immortal Iron Fist: The Seven Capital Cities of Heaven in 3 Minutes
- Weapon X in 3 Minutes
- The Inhumans Among Us, in 3 Minutes
- The Punisher: Welcome Back, Frank in 2 Minutes
- Daredevil Yellow in 2 Minutes
- Who is the Black Panther? in 2 Minutes
- World War Hulk in 3 Minutes
- Avengers Vs. X-Men in 2 Minutes
- The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl in 2 Minutes
- Runaways in 2 Minutes
- Thanos Rising
- Pet Avengers
- The Coming of Galactus
- Iron Man: Armor Wars
- She-Hulk: Law and Disorder
- The Dark Phoenix Saga
- Deadpool: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly
- The Unbelievable Gwenpool Holiday Special!
Marvel TL;DR was thought up by Noah Sterling when he was an intern at Marvel. During his internship in 2015 he created a short fan video that gave a comedic recap of Infinity War. Marvel's Digital Media Group noticed the cartoon and approached Noah to work on developing his concept into an official show. Noah continued to write, direct, and narrate the actual show.
The show was originally launched on November 11, 2016 with the release of the What is Planet Hulk? episode. The first season released episodes every Friday for 10 weeks. In its early days, the show was worked on by a team of 5 people under the direction of Noah Sterling. By season 3 in 2018, that number had grown to a team of 30. 
- The original video that Noah Sterling created which inspired Marvel to let him create the TL;DR series has since been taken down from its original upload location of YouTube, and the script for it was used to create an official Marvel TL;DR episode about the Infinity War. The video has been archived and can be found on Archive.org.