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Raylauncher

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  • Hi

    Thanks for adding these stories in. I will double check them. you must consider when placing stories if they are in 'real time' or 'Marvel time'

    e.g. 1962 real time is 1962 however 1962 marvel time is actually mid 1990 (postulating that the millennium is the millennium)

    so you have to go by the ages of the characters.

    RG

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    • Hey!

      I mostly skimmed through the issues and did some background check on a few modern age stories, but I think most issues are in good placement, but if you can double check them it would be better yeah, because I'm not that familiar with marvel beyond the 60s yet, so I mainly relied on appearances and locations on other issues and certain given dates. Thanks for the heads up tho! Keep up the good work

      ~ Ray

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    • Hi Ray

      I have finished double checking. I moved the Reed Richards story to the pre-modern era decade 3. please have a look. (the writer should not have said 1957)

      I moved wolverine 1995 story to 1993. the writer made a mistake. it must happen before colossus joins the acolytes in UXM #304

      Also the Nightcrawler story must happen after Excalibur #17 because of the costumes and before Shadowcat gets separated from the team.

      So I have now put these in the correct place.

      Please keep up the good work too.

      RG

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    • Hey Ryan!

      Thanks for the corrections, I really hate when writers screw up dates, especially if folks try to build a chronology here. Next time when it comes to X-men stuff I'll hit you up, because I don't really know anything about X-men besides the semi terrible movies and I'm years away from the first actual X-men comic anyway.

      Thanks again, cheers!

      ~ Ray

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  • Hi

    I will be watching on it on Wednesday and will place it soon after. this is a viewing order not a chronology so we do not need to worry about the alternate realities. its just goes after Avengers: Infinity war but are there televisions episodes that happen inbetween?

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    • Hey!

      I think maybe some disney+ series will, but I doubt, since most of them are set in the past or the future. However there are 4 books I believe:

      • Infinity War: The Cosmic Quest, Volume 1 - Beginning (It's about the Collector before IW)
      • Infinity War: The Cosmic Quest, Volume 2 - Aftermath (Selvig and Darcy after the snap)
      • Infinity War: The Heroes' Journey (A recap of the MCU)
      • Avengers: Endgame The Pirate Angel, The Talking Tree, and Captain Rabbit (I don't really know anything about this one, but it's a prequel to that definetly)

      The thing is their canonicity is doubtful, since like in Cosmic Quest pt.2 Selvig is one of the protagonist after the snap, but in the Endgame trailer on one of the screens they show him as a victim of the Decimation. Also haven't read them myself since they aren't published in my country as of now. But we'll figure it out later.


      Have fun with the movie, hope you didn't get spoiled...


      ~ Ray

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  • Hi great work! are you sure these romance stories are in the modern era and not the post war era?

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    • I am totally convinced now. excellent work. thanks!

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    • I'm glad I could help!

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    • Yeah, sorry about that I was kinda in a hurry and left it half done kinda, but thanks for the notice, next time I'm sure I won't mess up.

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  • Hi Raylauncher

    I know I said it was ok to add Forbush man but they seem to be all set in an alternate reality - The Marble Universe. They are not part of Earth 616. they only parody it. Please could you move those stories to Part 20. that is the other universes page.

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    • Sure thing, but I think we should keep Not Brand Ecch #14 as it is set in 616 as far as i'm concerned

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  • Sgt Fury and his Howling Commandos #6 got lost in your recent move.

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    • Check the notes on the issue, it is taking place in 1943, because of Rommel

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