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My guess is that the producers/movie studio (correctly) set things up so that if you watched the movies as they were released, you'd be watching them in the 'correct' order. Hence, the Wikipedia list by order of US release date is probably what you want to use. In cases where the release dates were close to each other, it probably doesn't matter too much ...


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He goes back intime before he's Skelton was turned to metal, cause even when he was being sent back by kitty he had his metal claws and he freaks out when he sees someone you his going to cause him pain one day so his Skelton in the past is still bone, and his claws would have grown back after the wolverine movie cause he self heals and his whole Skelton his ...


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This is difficult because many of the movies/episodes overlap. Most notable is "Fury’s Big Week" which is the name for the week in which "The Incredible Hulk", "Iron Man 2", and "Thor" all occurred simultaneously. There are scenes in "Thor: The Dark World" dating back to 2987 B.C. even though the majority occurred in 2012. Similarly, "Captain America: The ...


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Chronology order of Marvel Cinematic Universe (Own by Disney) is as follows :- 20th Century Captain America: The First Avenger Agent Carter (Marvel One-Shot) Agent Carter (TV series) ---- will debut in January 2015 21st Century Iron Man Iron Man 2 The Incredible Hulk The Consultant (Marvel One-Shot) A Funny ...



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