Marvel Universe: Which Is The Best Way To Go Through It All?

Or, at least our favorite way to do it.

Santiago Lechmann
Created by Santiago Lechmann
On Jan 9, 2022

Whether you're a Marvel fan or you wanna become one, there's no doubt we all love these movies. And the best part of this genuine love for these movies, is that the Marvel Universe is always expanding and new movies and series are always being premiered. In 2021 we've gotten 'Shang-Chi', 'Black Widow', 'Spider-Man: No Way Home', and plenty of shows that make us wonder one thing: Where should we begin?

Should you watch them in a chronological way? Should you watch every single superhero movie together? Can you watch 'Spider-Man: No Way Home', for example, without having seen any other Marvel movie? We’re here to resolve this.

There is a chronological order to watch Marvel movies in which fits 'Spider-Man: No Way Home' and all the new Marvel shows that have premiered in 2021 and will premiere next year. 

But, there are two main ways fans choose to watch them: in a chronological way or according to when they premiered. Although many of you might not agree with me on this, I really think the best way to watch all of these movies is by the chronological way because that’s the way things happen, that’s the best way to understand this whole universe and that’s the best way to getting immerse into the MCU.

So if this is the option we’re choosing, we’re gonna start with Captain America: The First Avenger, back to the 1940s, just in order to jump back to the 90s with Captain Marvel. Let’s go and check the full list in the order where the story takes place.

1943-1945: 'Captain America: The First Avenger"

Here we are introduced into the S.H.I.E.L.D world and some iconic characters like Steve Rogers (Captain America) and Nick Fury, S.H.I.E.L.D director while WW II happens.

1995: 'Captain Marvel'

This is when we get to know Vers, the Kree Empire, how Nick Fury lost her eye, and… the Avengers initiative! Guys, this is how it all begin! Let’s cry…

2010: 'Iron Man'

Okay, but what do we feel about Mr. Stark? Do we like him? Do we hate him? Is he a cool guy or a really stubborn one? Anyways, he is AMAZING and the movie in its totality it is. It’s a long path alongside our dear Mr. Stark that we’ll love to walk with him. 

2011: 'Iron Man 2', 'Hulk', 'Thor'

While in Iron Man 2 we get to see Natasha for the first time and learn some stuff about Tony Stark's father, in Thor we get to see this amazing god on Earth where he fell in love with a human.

2012: 'Avengers', 'Iron Man 3'

Nothing is more iconic than the first Avengers movie. Of course, as this is a non-spoiler space, we're gonna remain quiet but, if you've seen this movie, you'll surely remember all of the Loki scenes on Earth and THAT scene with Iron Man. Yes, THAT scene.

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Tony Stark

He's ideal. for you! Someone funny, smart, who'd love. to hang out everywhere, every time. Time to get to know each other!



Thor is a noble, genuine and amazing person who will be with you either having fun or hearing your problems, no matter what happens.



Your best friend would be Hulk: someone quiet while he is Banner, but don't annoy him too much because we all know how he might react!

2014: 'Captain America: Winter Soldier ', 'Guardians of the Galaxy' (Vol 1 & 2)

We really need to talk about how Guardians of the Galaxy is one of the best Marvel movies. Why is no one talking about that? Those characters, Groot, the amazing soundtrack, the outstanding VFX, GROOT! Of course in both movies, we get to know a little bit more about Thanos and the infinity stones but we'll leave that for you!

2015: 'Avengers: Age Of Ultron, 'Ant-Man'

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While in 'Avengers: Age Of Ultron' we get to see darker elements and characters, in Ant-Man we'll have a funny, odd story with our dearest Paul Rudd that, believe it or will end up being extremely decisively for the whole MCU. Besides, It'll make you laugh a lot, you'll see!

2016: 'Captain America: Civil War', 'Spider-Man: Homecoming', 'Black Widow'

By this time, we have plenty of different stories everywhere and it begins to look a little bit chaotic. For example, although it premiered in 2021, this is the year where Natasha's story, Black Widow, takes place (and, of course, IT'S A MUST!).

2016-2017: 'Doctor Strange'

How many of you were confused with Doctor Strange the first time you've seen it? Oh, you haven't? Okay, if you're gonna watch Spider-Man: No Way Home, you better watch it!

2017: 'Black Panther', 'Thor: Ragnarok', 'Ant-Man & The Wasp', 'Avengers: Infinity War'

This is the whole combo for the MCU to make sense. All of these, with their post-credit scenes included, are. whole NEED for you to be led into the big ending of the story. Both Black Panther, Thor and, of course, Avengers are fully loaded with action, epic scenes, and...cryings? Yeah, maybe.

2019: 'Avengers: Endgame'

I'm not gonna talk here. Just watch it. PLEASE, watch it.

2024: 'Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings', 'Spider-Man: Far From Home', 'Eternals', 'Spider-Man: No Way Home'

The three of them have premiered alongside 2021 and are more mature adults and with some homesick stuff on it, that really differs from their predecessors. Enjoyable? Yes, they're at a huge new level.

Of course, this is a short way to go through it all because let's not forget there are still plenty of tv shows and streaming shows, and new Marvel movies to come so this list could change a lot in the future.

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