The various events inside the Marvel Cinematic Universe and how they affect one another have grown more intricate as it has grown. The brand-new encyclopedia from Marvel Studios claims to explain everything.
Marvel Studios is currently available for presale on Penguin Random House. The Marvel Studios film franchise Written by Anthony Breznican, Amy Ratcliffe, and Rebecca Theodore-Vachon, An Official History is referred to as “the ultimate, filmmaker-endorsed guide” to the MCU and its timeline. However, the book will include more information than merely a list of events in chronological sequence.
The book’s synopsis guarantees that readers may “From the Big Bang to the Blip and beyond, follow the full MCU saga. Learn more about the creation of the Multiverse, the search for the Infinity Stones, and the development of the Iron Man armors as you go.”
The Marvel Cinematic Universe to date
With each new installment since 2008’s Iron Man, the shared world has grown, touching on both the distant past and even the near future, thanks to a five-year time jump established in Avengers: Endgame. The season finale of Loki on Disney+ and the events of What If…? introduced the idea of the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s multiverse, making the already complex primary MCU much more difficult to follow.
The idea has been mentioned in Phase 4 of the MCU, which also marks the beginning of the “Multiverse Saga.” With reference to the Disney+ series, Spider-Man: No Way Home was able to employ that idea to introduce the various Spider-Man audiences are accustomed to. Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness examined similar worlds and variations of the titular superhero. However, Marvel Studios is developing a much bigger plot starring Kang the Conqueror and an occasion motivated by the Secret Wars comic book crossover.
At this year’s San Diego Comic-Con, Avengers: The Kang Dynasty and Avengers: Secret Wars were both unveiled in July. Although The Kang Dynasty’s title implies that at least one Kang variety would play a significant role, specifics about the ensemble movie have not yet been made public. The same is true with Secret Wars, which borrows its name from the 1984–85 comic book saga. In the comic book crossover, the Beyonder sent superheroes who didn’t want to go there to Battleworld, where they had to take on a tiny army of supervillains.