Wikia

Marvel Cinematic Universe

Timeline

Comments262
1,765pages on
this wiki

Marvel-Movie-Universe

This is a timeline of events as depicted and mentioned in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

2987 BC

  • The Convergence occurs. The Dark Elves led by Malekith try to destroy the Nine Realms with the power of the Aether. They are stopped by the Asgardian army led by Bor, who successfully seize the Aether. In an effort to save his race, Malekith kills most of his army, along with much of Bor's army. He then puts the remaining members of his kind in a sleep that lasts for millennia. Bor orders for the Aether to be put in the deepest area possible so that it cannot be accessed by anyone.[1]

965

January

14th

August

3rd

  • Battle of Jotunheim: The Frost Giants attempt to conquer Midgard/Earth. Their invasion point in Tønsberg, Norway becomes the site of an epic battle as Asgard's ruler, Odin, leads his army to repel the invasion and protect the planet. The Asgardians push the Frost Giants back to Jotunheim, where Odin discovers an abandoned Frost Giant infant. He adopts the child, names him Loki and raises him alongside his own son, Thor. A truce is negotiated between Odin and the Jotun king, Laufey.[2]

977

June

30th

1197

February

8th

April

2nd

  • The Berserker Warrior receives food and shelter in a monastery in Ireland, where he was venerated as a saint. He shares his true identity with the priests, as they have a vow of silence, and hides a piece of his staff there.[3]

August

26th

December

11th

1410

January

21st

1413

  • Lorelei terrorizes the Nine Realms, using her power of enthrallment to enslave hundreds of men. She is eventually defeated by Sif and imprisoned in Asgard's dungeons.[5]

1546

December

20th

  • After spending hundreds of years on Earth, the Asgardian Berserker Warrior tells his story to a French girl. Her brother, a priest, adapts the story into the myth of the warrior of the Berserker Army.[3]

1917

March

10th

August

13th

October

21st

1918

May

9th

July

4th

1919

April

9th

1924

June

6th

  • In Hell's Kitchen, Manhattan, a young Steve Rogers talks to his ill mother about his deceased father, Joseph. She dies that day from tuberculosis. [7]
  • Steve is sent to an Eighth Avenue orphanage.[7]

1930

January

10th

September

3rd

  • A teenage Steve Rogers meets Bucky Barnes, who saves him from a group of bullies, and they quickly become best friends.

1934

February

2nd

May

5th

June

30th

July

1st

1935

September

14th

15th

December

12th

1937

April

26th

1939

September

1st

30th

1940

February

2nd

November

11th

1941

December

7th

  • America enters World War II. In Hell's Kitchen, Manhattan, during an art class Steve Rogers and Bucky Barnes learn of America joining the war, and over the next two weeks Bucky trains Rogers at Goldie’s Boxing Gym.[7]

9th

11th

24th

  • Steve Rogers and Bucky Barnes visit US Recruiting and Induction Center in New York City, but Steve is classified as 4F and rejected from service. He goes on to be rejected a further four times in four different cities.[7]

25th

26th

1942

March

3rd

1943

June

14th

15th

  • At camp Lehigh, New York, Steve and several other volunteers begin their training under the supervision of Erskine, Peggy Carter, and Col. Chester Phillips.[4]

22nd

  • With Erskine's serum and Howard Stark's Vita-Ray technology, Steve is transformed into the worlds first super soldier. Erskine is assassinated by Heinz Kruger, an operative of HYDRA. The only evidence that Project Rebirth took place is in Steve's genetic code.[4]

23rd

  • Unwilling to be kept for research, Steve joins the USO and goes on a morale-boosting tour of the US, the UK, and troops stationed in Italy. Given the name 'Captain America' he becomes a national celebrity, appearing in films, comic books and card collections and establishing himself as a symbol of America's participation in the war.[4]

October

Unknown date

November

3rd

4th

  • Steve Rogers is appointed dead, but soon arrives with most of the soldiers he saved from the HYDRA facility.[4]
  • Steve brings together some of the men he saved in the HYDRA base and creates the Howling Commandos.[4]

5th

1944

March

29th

  • Captain America tries to get a file from HYDRA agents in London, who run away and attempt to hide in an air raid shelter. The Captain encourages the citizens inside the shelter to attack the agents by giving them a speech of heroism and strength in numbers.[8]

April

27th

May

11th

1945

Unknown date

July

4th

7th

19th

  • The United States begin Operation Overcast, later renamed Operation Paperclip, an effort to recruit former Nazi scientists to work for the United States. Arnim Zola is among the recruited scientists.

September

2nd

1946

May

8th

9th

1951

December

5th

21st

1954

January

1st

1963

March

13th

1964

January

1st

July

8th

October

12th

1967

October

17th

18th

  • Anton Vanko returns to the Soviet Union but is sent to exile in Siberia for two decades.[11]

1968

October

4th

1969

October

19th

December

18th

1970

May

29th

1971

January

7th

March

1st

1972

Unknown date

  • Arnim Zola dies from a terminal illness. His consciousness survives in an advanced supercomputer, which is kept in a S.H.I.E.L.D. bunker in New Jersey.[18]

1973

September

15th

1974

January

1st

1975

May

10th

1977

May

10th

July

1st

1978

September

23rd

24th

  • Howard Stark unveils his building attempts in Arc Reactor technology. Although technologically successful, no attempt is made to explore its profitability.[15]

1979

August

28th

1981

April

3rd

June

9th

1983

January

7th

June

14th

1984

November

22nd

1986

June

13th

16th

September

19th

1991

June

3rd

December

16th

  • Howard and Maria Stark were assassinated by HYDRA in Long Island and made it look like a car accident as a cover story.[15][21]

17th

  • Tony Stark inherits Stark Industries, becoming the youngest CEO of a Fortune 500 company, as well as a media celebrity. In addition to the company’s military contracts, Stark Industries works in medical technology, combating world hunger with their Intelli-Crops program.[15]

1993

March

13th

May

5th

  • Ivan Vanko is imprisoned for fifteen years for selling Soviet-era weapons grade plutonium to Pakistan.[11]

1995

May

5th

  • Bruce Banner meets Betty Ross while undergrads at Harvard. They begin dating and volunteer for an experiment involving hallucinogenics.[14]

July

24th

  • Natasha Romanoff joins Russia's covert espionage facility. She works there for three years, enduring both an education and indoctrination into the world of spycraft. Natasha excells in this strict training environment and soon becomes regarded as a master spy and one of the world's greatest assassins. Her ruthless effectiveness earns her the codename, "Black Widow".[16]

September

19th

  • Grant Ward's older brother Maynard throws their youngest brother into a well. Grant tries to save his little brother by throwing him a rope. Maynard warns him that if he gives him the rope he will be thrown in as well, and walks away. Grant manages to throw him the rope anyway, without Maynard noticing.[3]

1998

January

27th

31st

  • Clint Barton arrives in Russia and confronts Natasha Romanoff. Rather than kill her as instructed, he instead lets her live and gives her a chance to join S.H.I.E.L.D. Natasha accepts, and devotes the rest of her life to working for S.H.I.E.L.D.[16]

1999

December

31st

  • Tony Stark goes to a New Years Eve party with Maya Hansen in Bern, Switzerland, where he first meets Ho Yinsen. Disabled scientist Aldrich Killian approaches Tony to request investment in his think tank, Advanced Idea Mechanics (A.I.M.). Tony tells Killian they will meet on the building's roof to discuss the matter further, but he never keeps this promise, choosing instead to spend the night with Maya. In her hotel room, Maya introduces Tony to her own project: the Extremis virus.[22]

2000

January

1st

  • New Years Day comes, and the distraught Aldrich Killian is still waiting for Tony Stark on the building's roof. Seeing the New Year's celebrations below inspires him to continue his work without Tony. That morning, Maya Hansen wakes up to find Tony has discreetly left her.[22]

3rd

2001

September

13th

2002

June

28th

29th

  • In Peru, Coulson meets Camilla Reyes, with whom he had a romantic relationship.

2006

January

12th

  • Under the threat of funding cuts, Bruce Banner tests the Bio Force Enhancement process on himself, but the combination of Gamma radiation and the serum Betty Ross developed results in the accident that turns him into the Hulk. Gamma pulses stored in Bruce’s brain’s Amygdala and released during high stress moments trigger each transformation. Betty is injured and hospitalized, and Bruce goes on the run. The Military closes the lab building for a year and shuts down the Bio Tech Force Enhancement project. Thaddeus Ross keeps some project data, while Betty also secretly holds onto data and remains at Culver University. Angered by her father's treatment of Bruce, Betty stops talking to him.[14]

February

7th

  • Bruce Banner tries to contact Betty Ross, but the e-mail is intercepted by the Military and she never receives it. He travels through the Dakotas. [14]

May

27th

28th

  • The Hulk is sighted by locals, who mistake him for a "green Sasquatch".[14]

July

14th

17th

October

21st

31st

2007

February

14th

19th

  • The candidates are given Extremis. Some of them do not survive, and their bodies explode. The succesful subjects heal from their injuries and regrow lost limbs.[22]

March

3rd

13th

April

4th

June

12th

  • Chad Davis explodes from an Extremis malfunction in Rose Hill, Tennessee. Five other people are killed in the explosion.[22]

2008

August

8th

2010

March

16th

May

6th

  • Tony Stark demonstrates his new Accelerated Wave Explosion (A.W.E.) weaponry to the U.S. Military at the Yuma Proving Ground in Arizona. Later that evening Tony and Lt. Col. James "Rhodey" Rhodes go to a club. Tony's arrogant, playboy attitude upsets another patron, resulting in a brawl.[24]

18th

  • Following the demonstration of the Jericho missile system outside of Kabul, Afghanistan, the military convoy escorting Tony is attacked by the Ten Rings under the leadership of Raza, who is secretly working for Obadiah Stane. Tony is wounded by Stark Industries-manufactured weapons and captured. Fellow captive Ho Yinsen saves Tony's life by attaching an electromagnet to his chest. Raza orders them to build a Jericho missile, but they instead build a battle suit powered by a miniature Arc Reactor.[15]

August

18th

  • During their three months of capture, Tony Stark and Ho Yinsen finish the armored suit they have been working on. Tony uses it to escape, but Yinsen is killed by the Ten Rings while saving him. Tony is later found by the U.S. Military and taken to Germany, where he is checked out by Army doctors and subjected to debriefings from the CIA, NSA and others.[15]

20th

September

12th

  • Tony Stark continues to develop a more refined version of the armor he used to escape from the Ten Rings. Obadiah Stane uses Tony’s change of heart concerning what business he is in as leverage for a takeover attempt, developing his own high tech battle armor from the remains of the Mark I armor recovered by members of the Ten Rings.[15]

October

18th

  • Nick Fury, in disguise, finds Bruce Banner in a bar and tries to find out what Thaddeus Ross' "Super-Solder Program" did to him. He tells agents Johnson and Peterson to gain Bruce's trust and see how he reacts to certain things, so the agents pretend they were dating and Johnson cheated on Peterson with him. Bruce gets confused when Johnson pulls him toward her, and Peterson threatens him. The stress of the situation causes Bruce to turn into the Hulk and go on a rampage.[25]

19th

  • After his last Hulk incident, Bruce travels to Rio de Janeiro and contacts Samuel Sterns for help in developing a cure. They communicate using code-names of “Mr. Blue” and “Mr. Green.” Acting on a suggestion from Mr. Blue, Bruce researches Amazonia Tracheophytes for a lead on the cure. He also studies calming techniques at a nearby temple, gets a job at a soda bottling factory and teaches himself Portuguese.[25]

20th

  • Tony Stark flies the Mark II armor using newly fitted flight stabilizers, but discovers an icing problem.[15]

21st

  • Tony analyzes more data and decides to rebuild his suit using gold titanium from an old project to solve the icing problem. He also instructs J.A.R.V.I.S. to add "hot-rod red" paint trimming to the next suit, code-named "Mark III." He leaves to attend the third annual benefit dinner for the Fire-fighters Family Fund while the new suit is being assembled and painted. At the charity event, Phil Coulson approaches Tony and books an appointment for the 24th to discuss his escape from the Ten Rings. Tony dances with Pepper Potts, and they share a moment together in the moonlight. Christine Everhart, a reporter Tony slept with prior to leaving for Afghanistan, shows him photographs of his weapons being used by a terrorist group the previous day in the Afghan town of Gulmira, Ho Yinsen's home village. Tony confronts Obadiah Stane, who reveals that he has filed an injunction against him.[15]

22nd

24th

  • Under Tony’s direction, Pepper uncovers proof of Obadiah Stane’s collaboration with the Ten Rings.[15]
  • Duel of Los Angeles: Tony and Stane eventually come to blows in their respective armors. Stane is killed by the detonation of Howard Stark's giant, industrial Arc Reactor. The conflict is seen by the public, and the press name the mysterious hero "Iron Man".[15]
  • Shortly after the battle, Phil Coulson sends a fake ambulance to pick up Tony and Rhodey, taking them to a S.H.I.E.L.D. complex in the local area. Coulson stresses to Tony how S.H.I.E.L.D. can teach him combat skills.[24]

25th

  • At a press conference the day following his fight with Stane, Tony rejects S.H.I.E.L.D.’s constructed alibi and admits to the world that he is Iron Man. That evening, Nick Fury approaches Tony about joining the “Avengers Initiative", but he declines.[15]
  • Anton Vanko dies in poverty in Moscow. His son Ivan vows revenge on Tony Stark and builds his own portable Arc Reactor to power a body harness armed with energised electric whips.[11]

November

7th

December

14th

16th

2011

January

10th

  • As Tony Stark continues to operate as Iron Man, he brings about a period of relative peace and is credited with stabilising East-West relations. His main target is the Ten Rings, who are based in Pavlodar, Kabul, and the Gulf of Aden. He saves an airman in the Congo who was test piloting a vehicle designed by Justin Hammer under the orders of Thaddeus Ross. However, Tony realizes the palladium core of his Arc Reactor is slowly poisoning him, and while he searches for a cure he keeps his condition a secret.[13]

February

12th

  • In the autobahns of Germany, Tony Stark is on a buisness trip to make a partnership between Stark Industries and Gorani Insurance. He is stopped in the road by policemen, who tell him 15 million dollars worth of paintings have been stolen from a museum, and let him pass. Tony finds a young woman who's car has a flat tire, and fixes it. Further along the road he discovers a car matching the description of the car the policemen described earlier. He opens the trunk and finda all the paintings inside. The criminals return and open fire on Tony, but he fends them off with the glove of the Mark IV Iron Man armor. He manages to return the paintings to the museum, and get to the meeting, where he meets the same woman whose tire he repaired. The woman is Evetta Gorani, the heir to Gorani Insurance, while her father and Gorani Insurance's current president Michael Gorani explains the company that owned the paintings Tony recovered where insured by Gorani, meaning Tony saved the company over one hundred million dollars. He succseefully starts a business partnership with Gorani.[26]

25th

  • 158 days since his last “incident”, Bruce Banner has an accident that causes a drop of his blood to fall into a soda bottle. He sends a sample of his blood to Mr Blue, who conducts further experiments with it outside of the analysis that Bruce needs.[14]

April

22nd

23rd

  • Tony Stark appears before the Senate Armed Services Committee’s Weaponized Suit Defense Program Hearings. These are chaired by Pennsylvania Senator Stern, who urges Tony to give the Iron Man suit to the Military and calls Lt. Col. Rhodes and Hammer Industries CEO Justin Hammer to testify against him. Tony refuses to surrender the suit, pointing out that although North Korea and Iran are working to replicate the technology they are years away from being able to do so. He also reveals Hammer Industries have had their share of lack-of-success, leading to the cancellation of Hammer Industries’ contacts with the Department of Defense.[11]

24th

25th

26th

  • Jane Foster, working in Puente Antiguo for Culver University, discovers a subtle aurora in New Mexico. The atmospheric disturbances will continue to take place for the next sixteen days to the exact minute.[2]

27th

  • Bruce Banner wakes up in Guatemala and decides to travel back to Culver University to see if any data on his original project remains. Over the next seventeen days he travels through Central America and the US towards Willowdale, West Virginia.[14]

28th

  • Bruce makes his way through Chiapas, Mexico.[14]

May

14th

22nd

24th

  • Duel of Monaco: At the Circuit de Monaco, Tony replaces Team Stark’s regular driver DiFilipo in Race G. Ivan Vanko attacks him between turns 16 and 17 by the harbour. Switching into a portable, lightweight Iron Man armor (Mark V) Tony defeats Vanko.
  • Later that evening, Tony visits Vanko in prison before flying back to the US with Pepper.[11]

25th

  • Senator Stern appears on news channels to support military control of the Iron Man armor.[11]

26th

27th

  • Justin Hammer and Ivan Vanko arrive at the Hammer Industries facility in Queens, NY. Vanko begins revamping Hammer’s own battle suit prototypes into unmanned, remote-controlled drones.[11]

28th

  • Media speculation continues about Tony Stark’s fitness to continue as Iron Man. Rhodey tries to convince him to hand over the Iron Man suits to the U.S. Military, but he continues to refuse.[11]

29th

  • On Tony Stark’s birthday, he is inconsolable over his inability to solve his palladium poisoning dilemma and gets drunk, which leads to a confrontation with Rhodey, who dons the Mark II Iron Man armor. The fight wrecks a portion of Tony’s Malibu home, and Rhodey leaves with the Mark II suit.[11]

30th

  • Nick Fury is informed that Tony Stark has 72 hours left to live due to his palladium poisoning, Bruce Banner has passed through US customs, and there are reports of "atmospheric disturbances" in the South West region. Handed lithium to slow the effects of the condition, Fury leaves to meet Tony, carrying lithium to slow the palladium's effects, and orders Agent Jasper Sitwell to track Bruce.[11]
  • Rhodey flies to the Edwards Air Force Base and delivers the Mark II suit to the Military. Nick Fury finds Tony Stark at a donut shop, injects him with lithium and confines him to house arrest. Natalie Rushman reveals herself to be Natasha Romanoff, an agent of S.H.I.E.L.D..[11]
  • General Meade orders Justin Hammer to upgrade the Mark II armor with new weaponry, but Rhodey secretly removes the suit’s Arc Reactor.[11]
  • Tony visits Pepper at Stark Industries, where she mentions Hammer is hosting a presentation at the Stark Expo tomorrow. Returning home, Tony makes intuitive breakthrough on how to fix his palladium problem; through the creation of a new element theorized by his father and hidden in the layout of the Stark Expo.[11]

31st

  • Battle in Stark Expo: Justin Hammer’s Stark Expo presentation is hijacked by Ivan Vanko, who uses the drones to attack the crowd. Tony Stark flies to the Expo to stop Vanko, defeating the Hammer Drones with the help of Rhodey (wearing the upgraded "War Machine" armor), the Black Widow and Happy Hogan. Vanko is killed in an explosion that destroys the Oracle Pavilion, while Hammer is arrested for breaking Vanko out of prison. Tony flies Pepper Potts to safety, they kiss and start a romantic relationship. Rhodey decides to keep the War Machine armor for himself.[11]
  • On his way from Roswell to Puente Antiguo, Coulson prevents an armed robbery at a gas station.[28]
  • Thor, Sif, Loki and the Warriors Three travel to Jotunheim to seek justice for the Frost Giants actions. A fight breaks out between the Asgardians and Frost Giants, but Odin arrives riding Sleipnir to break up the fight. Returning to Asgard, Odin berates Thor for his reckless actions, stripping him of his godly power and casting him out of Asgard.[2]
  • Bruce Banner goes to his old friend and pizzeria owner Stanley to hide out. Stanley offers him the Pizza Shop’s upstairs spare bedroom.[14]
  • Jane Foster, Erik Selvig, and Darcy Lewis detect a possible Einstein-Rosen Bridge in the nearby desert and discover the powerless Thor at its epicentre. He provokes Darcy with his aggressve behavior, but they subdue him with a taser and take him to a local hospital.[2]

June

1st

  • In Puente Antiguo, a local man discovers Thor’s hammer, Mjølnir, in a crater about 50 miles east of the town. Unable to lift it, he calls several other people to give it a try. Jane Foster helps Thor escape from the hospital where he is being held and takes him back to her workplace.[2]
  • Coulson arrives in New Mexico and discovers the site of Mjølnir. S.H.I.E.L.D. quickly quarantines the area and erects a portable laboratory over the site to study the hammer. Clint Barton arrives later that day.[2]
  • Thor and Jane head towards the site of the S.H.I.E.L.D. installation erected around Mjølnir. Thor sneaks in and tries to lift Mjolnir, but fails and is captured.[2]
  • Bruce Banner poses as a pizza delivery man to get access to Culver University’s computer labs and research database. On the way he is accidentally seen by Betty Ross, and she has him stay the night at her home. Betty's boyfriend Leonard Samson informs the military of Bruce’s whereabouts. Emil Blonsky receives an unauthorized “low dose” injection of Bio Tech Enhancement Serum from Thaddeus Ross .[14]

2nd

  • Battle in Culver University: At Culver University, Betty Ross walks Bruce Banner to the bus station in the early morning. As they are crossing the campus, they are attacked by the Military and Emil Blonsky, who seems to adapt well to the Bio Tech Enhancement upgrade, but is still beaten by the Hulk, getting nearly every bone in his body pulverized. Natasha Romanoff witnesses Bruce's transformation and Blonsky's enhanced performance from afar. The Hulk escapes the Military with an unconscious Betty, hiding in a cave deep in the Smoky Mountains. News of the battle quickly spreads across cable news channels and the internet. Culver University journalism newspaper reporter Jack McGee, who witnessed and captured the fight on cell phone video, names the creature "an Incredible Hulk” in an interview with WHIH news. His remarks are played repeatedly over the next several days.[14]
  • S.H.I.E.L.D. continues to monitor the Hulk incident and the crater site in New Mexico, as well as Europe, Africa, and the Atlantic Ocean.[14]
  • Tony Stark has a debrief with S.H.I.E.L.D. Director Nick Fury. He is offered an advisory position as a consultant for S.H.I.E.L.D. and the Avengers Initiative, which he accepts on condition that Stern honors him with a medal for his services. Three hours later, Stern begrudgingly gives Tony his medal.[11]
  • Battle of Puente AntiguoThor and his fellow Asgardians fight the Destroyer. During the battle, Thor proves himself worthy of his godly heritage and his powers are restored, allowing him to defeat the Destroyer.[2]
  • Clint Barton discovers the Destroyer's inanimate body in Puente Antiguo. Later that day, with the help of Phil Coulson, they transport the body to Roswell, NM.[27]
  • Thor, Sif and the Warriors Three return to Asgard, where Thor reveals Loki’s plan to seize the throne. Unfortunately, in the ensuing battle between them, Thor is forced to destroy the Bifrost bridge to prevent Loki from destroying Jotunheim and committing genocide against the Frost Giants. This action strands him in Asgard, unable to return to Earth. Loki falls into space and disappears.[2]

3rd

  • Thaddeus Ross has a meeting with the task-force staff.[14]
  • Bruce Banner and Betty Ross hide out in a small town motel, as news of the previous day's battle continues to spread. Within 36 to 40 hours of sustaining his injuries, Emil Blonsky has fully recovered.

4th

  • Bruce and Betty arrive in New York City, bypassing roadblocks at the Holland Tunnel by bribing a boat owner to take them across the Hudson River to lower Manhattan. They head uptown to meet with Mr Blue, whose real name is Samuel Sterns. Sterns tries an experimental process to cure Bruce, though it only succeeds in reversing the transformation, not ridding him of it completely.[14]
  • Duel of Harlem: The Military captures Bruce, but Emil Blonsky forces Sterns to inject him with the blood products he developed from Bruce’s blood sample. The process mutates Blonsky into the Abomination, while Sterns is infected with Bruce’s blood through an open wound, possibly gaining his own mutation. Bruce convinces Thaddeus Ross to let him try and stop the Abomination. The two creatures fight in Harlem, with the Hulk defeating the Abomination and fleeing the scene immediately afterwards.[14]
  • Natasha Romanoff discovers the mutated Sterns in his laboratory, subdues him and takes him into custody.[27]
  • Learning that the defeat of Loki could potentially put the Nine Realms in peril, Thor warns Hogun that his people are in danger of attack from marauders.[29]
  • In New MexicoS.H.I.E.L.D. agents help with Jane Foster's research to find Thor. They discover a possible chance at accessing the same wormhole Thor used to travel to Earth, but when Jane informs Erik Selvig of this breakthrough he warns her it might be a bad idea.[29]
  • Around midnight, Jane, Darcy Lewis, and a few S.H.I.E.L.D. agents try to open the wormhole. At first the portal stabilizes, but it eventually fails. Jane is undeterred by this failure, and vows not to give up looking for Thor.[29]

5th

7th

  • Fury approaches Erik Selvig to join S.H.I.E.L.D. in an advisory capacity to study the Tesseract, but is unaware that Selvig is under Loki's mind control.[2]
  • The first "Mandarin bombing" occurs, masquerading as a terrorist attack, and begining the conflict later known as Killian's War.[22]

8th

9th

  • Following the Hulk incident in Harlem, Tony Stark arrives in New York and approaches Ross about “putting a team together.” He is apparently on a mission to recruit Blonsky, but his behavior enrages Ross so much that he refuses to release Blonsky into S.H.I.E.L.D. custody.[30]

July

6th

16th

  • Bruce Banner settles in a cabin deep in the woods of Bella Coola, British Columbia, where he works on gaining control of the Hulk.[14]

September

9th

November

13th

  • The second Mandarin bombing occurs.[22]

December

12th

2012

January

11th

  • To cover up the explosive nature of the Extremis virus, Aldrich Killian hires actor Trevor Slattery to pose as a terrorist leader called the Mandarin, so whenever Extremis causes a patient to explode, the media and government will assume they are suicide bombings.[22]

13th

  • Trevor gets plastic surgery so he is not recognised when he appears on television as the Mandarin.[22]

15th

  • The third Mandarin bombing occurs.[22]

February

3rd

  • Imir kidnaps several Dwarves and threatens to take over Asgard. He battles Thor, who defeats him by electrocuting him into submission.[8]

15th

16th

March

13th

  • In Dubai, Iron Man (in the Mark VI armor) agrees to race two men in similar suits. Eventually, the suits of the Dubai men malfunction and are destroyed.[8]

19th

  • As part of a training exercise, Hawkeye disguises himself as a spy and breaks into the Helicarrier to trick the Black Widow into thinking he is stealing information about the Avengers Initiative. After the exercise, Nick Fury tells them the Initiative will only be put into action when the world needs the team most.[8]

April

14th

  • In the Arctic, a Russian oil team discover the crashed Valkyrie. Eighteen hours later S.H.I.E.L.D. agents are dispatched to the area, and exploring the wreckage they find the body of Steve Rogers, who is still alive and cryogenically preserved in the ice.[4]

15th

16th

17th

  • Steve wakes up and tries to run away from a S.H.I.E.L.D. building but is stopped by Nick Fury in Times Square.[4]

30th

May

1st

2nd

  • In Manhattan, New YorkSteve Rogers sits in his new apartment looking through S.H.I.E.L.D. files. One of the files lists Peggy Carter's current phone number, and Steve prepares to call her, but eventually decides not to.[6] He goes to a boxing gym, where Nick Fury approaches him with a mission to retrieve the Tesseract.[16]

3rd

  • Odin uses dark enegy to transport Thor back to Earth.[29]
  • Steve, Natasha, Bruce and Coulson rendezvous on the Helicarrier. Bruce sets to work tracking the Gamma radiation the Tesseract gives off, while S.H.I.E.L.D.'s spy sattelites find Loki in Stuttgart, Germany. Steve (donning his new Captain America costume) and Natasha travel to Stuttgart in a Quinjet to confront Loki, who is attempting to steal iridium to stabilise the Tesseract. Captain America fights him in the street, but the unexpected arrival of Iron Man prompts Loki to surrender. On the way back to the Helicarrier, the Quinjet is ambushed by Thor, who takes Loki and tries to reason with him. Iron Man pursues and fights Thor in a forest, but Captain America breaks up the fight and Thor agrees for Loki to be taken into S.H.I.E.L.D. custody.[16]
  • Parts of Vanaheim are attacked by maurauders. The Vanir in these areas retaliate, but are still defeated.[29]

4th

  • Attack on the Helicarrier: On the Helicarrier, Loki is put in a cell designed to contain the Hulk. The Avengers debate about what to do with Loki, allowing him time to plot an escape. Steve Rogers explores the lower levels of the ship and discovers several HYDRA weapons and uniforms from the 1940's. He confronts Nick Fury, who confesses S.H.I.E.L.D. want the Tesseract to develop weaponry. Loki's mind-controlled agents led by Hawkeye  invade the Helicarrier and damage one of its engines. While Iron Man and Captain America race to repair the engine before the ship crashes, Bruce Banner loses control, turns into the Hulk and goes on a rampage through the ship. The Black Widow frees Hawkeye of his mind-control by knocking him out. Thor distracts the Hulk, while Fury and Maria Hill hold off the other mind-controlled agents. The Hulk jumps out of the Helicarrier to attack a hovering F-35 Lightning II fighter jet, but ends up falling from the sky and crashing into an abandoned warehouse on the ground below. Thor tries to stop Loki from escaping, but gets trapped in Loki's cell and ejected from the ship, landing in a field. Phil Coulson confronts Loki, armed with a weapon made from the Destroyer's parts, but Loki stabs him to death with his scepter.[16]
  • Battle of New York: Following his escape from the Helicarrier, Loki commandeers Stark Tower. The mind-controlled Erik Selvig uses a machine powered by the Tesseract to open a portal in space and time, allowing the Chitauri to invade Earth. The Avengers come together to stop the invasion, with the Hulk finding Loki and beating him into submission. Despite Nick Fury's persistence, the World Security Council are not convinced the six heroes will be enough to stop the invasion, and launch missiles at New York City. While the Avengers battle the invading forces, Iron Man grabs one of the missiles and throws it through the portal, destroying the remaining Chitauri fleet just as the Black Widow closes the portal. Loki is apprehended and the Tesseract is reclaimed, ending the War for Earth.
  • In Hong Kong, War Machine battles more allies of the Ten Rings. Tony contacts him to request help in the Battle of New York, but he is attacked by a tank using Hammer Industries technology. Unable to call for back-up because most of the U.S. Military is fighting the Chitauri invasion, War Machine manages to defeat the attackers and immediately flies to New York to help Tony.[31]
  • Darcy Lewis shows Jane Foster live footage of Thor fighting Chitauri in New York. 
  • In AsgardSif asks Heimdall if Thor suvived his travel to Earth. While he confirms Thor is safe, Heimdall worries Loki's forces may be too much for Thor to handle.[29]
  • Tired from the battle, the Avengers gather at a local shawarma restaurant recommended by Tony.[16] While they have their lunch, War Machine arrives to help in the battle, only to discover they have already won.[31]
  • Ten Rings agent reports to the Mandarin about their recent conflict with War Machine. Although their operatives did not manage to capture James Rhodes, they scanned his armor with every possible device, thus obtaining invaluable information about the technology.[31]

5th

  • Thor returns to Asgard with Loki and the Tesseract, while the other Avengers go their separate ways.[16]
  • Odin sentences Loki to an eternity of imprisonment in the Asgardian Dungeons.[29]
  • The Other confers with his master about Loki's defeat, the loss of the Tesseract, and Earths new protectors. He claims attacking Earth again would be an act of suicide. His master, Thanos, simply turns and smiles, thinking of things to come.[16]
  • Jane Foster and Darcy Lewis arrive in New York in search of Thor, but Erik Selvig, freed from Loki's mind control but still in shock from the battle, reveals Thor has already left.[29]
  • Tony Stark begins making the Iron Legion.[31]
  • Heimdall tells Thor Vanaheim has been attacked. He gives Heimdall the Tesseract so he can repair the Bifrost. They then spend the next two years assembling an army.[29]
  • Jane is frustrated about spending a year of her life searching for Thor, therefore gives up her research of the Nine Realms.[29]

6th

7th

9th

  • Benny and Claire prepare to rob a bank in Allentown, Pennsylvania, but Benny is worried their plan will fail. Claire reassuress him, and they successfully rob the bank. [33]
  • The final procedure to resurrect Phil Coulson takes place. To restore his former personality, the scientists remove part of his skull to change his memories of the painful process, as Coulson begs them to let him die during the operation. One of the scientists, Dr. Streiten, realizes how brutal these surgeries are and tells the others they should let Coulson die, but they ignore him. The scientists give Coulson false memories of a grass shack in Tahiti.[34]

11th

13th

14th

15th

16th

  • Jasper Sitwell is dispatched to stop Benny and Claire's bank robberies and retrieve the Chitauri weapon. He locates and confronts them at a hotel, but Claire attacks him with the weapon. She accidentally drops it, causing it to activate and destroy all of the stolen money. Sitwell interrogates them, and Claire admits Benny successfully got the weapon to work. Despite being sent to kill them, Sitwell gives them the chance to join S.H.I.E.L.D. and help restore the other Chitauri technology collected from New York.[33]

17th

June

4th

August

9th

  • Bruno Horgan, also known as the Melter, attacks Iron Man during a press conference at Stark Tower. After a quick victory, the Melter announces he will be selling his Melter technology to the highest bidder in a few days.[36]

11th

  • The Melter attacks and defeats War Machine. Tony and Rhodey research Horgan's background and make a deal; whoever fails to find Horgan first must polish the victor's armor.[36]

12th

  • Rhodey tries several atempts to find Horgan, but they all turn out to be dead ends.
  • Tony spots the Melter near Stark Tower.
  • Tony and Rhodey deduce the most likely place for Horgan to be is the junkyard. Tony modifies the Iron Man and War Machine armors so they resist the Melter's attacks.
  • Iron Man and War Machine investigate the junkyard and find the Melter. They fight, and the Melter is taken into custody of the United States Army.[36]

19th

December

18th

19th

20th

  • Tony visits Happy in hospital. The press try to interview him about the Mandarin, and Tony issues a televised threat to him.[22]

22nd

23rd

  • J.A.R.V.I.S. follows a flight plan from Tony's investigation into the Mandarin bombings, and the Mark XLII lands in rural Tennessee. The armor runs out of power, and the world believes Tony to be dead.
  • Teaming with Harley Keener, Tony investigates the remains of a local explosion bearing the hallmarks of a Mandarin attack. He discovers the "bombings" were triggered by soldiers subjected to Extremis, which at this stage of development causes certain subjects to explosively reject it. After veterans started exploding, their deaths were used to cover up Extremis' flaws by manufacturing a terrorist plot. Mandarin agents Ellen Brandt and Eric Savin arrive in Tennessee and attack Tony, but he defeats them.[22]

24th

  • With Harley's help, Tony traces the Mandarin to Miami and infiltrates his headquarters using makeshift weapons. Inside, he discovers the Mandarin who appears on television is actually an actor, Trevor Slattery, who is oblivious to the actions carried out in his name. The Mandarin is a creation of Aldrich Killian, who appropriated Maya Hansen's Extremis virus as a cure for his own disabilities and expanded the program to include injured war veterans. Killian captures Tony and reveals he has also kidnapped Pepper. To gain Tony's aid in fixing Extremis' flaws, Killian injects Pepper with the virus. Maya has a change of heart about Killian's plans, but he murders her.
  • Kidnapping of President Ellis: Aldrich Killian has also manipulated American intelligence agencies regarding the Mandarin's location, luring the Iron Patriot into a trap to steal the armor. Tony escapes and reunites with Rhodey, discovering Killian's plan to attack U.S. President Matthew Ellis aboard Air Force One. Disguised in the Iron Patriot armor, Eric Savin infiltrates Air Force One and detonates an explosive. Remotely controlling the Mark XLII armor, Tony saves some surviving passengers and crew, but cannot stop Killian from abducting Ellis. They trace them to an impounded oil tanker, the Norco, where Killian intends to kill Ellis on live television. The vice president (who is secretly working for Killian) will become a puppet leader, following Killian's orders in exchange for Extremis to cure his daughter's disability.[22]

25th

27th

  • With Tony's help, Pepper's Extremis effects are stabilized.
  • Tony undergoes surgery to remove the shrapnel embedded near his heart. He throws his obsolete chest Arc Reactor into the sea, musing he will always be Iron Man.[22]

2013

January

6th

June

30th

September

24th

25th

  • Maria Hill interviews Grant Ward and assigns him to Phil Coulson's newly created Team, along with agents Leo Fitz and Jemma Simmons.[19]
  • Skye, a member of the Rising Tide hacktivist group, warns Michael Peterson about S.H.I.E.L.D..[19]
  • Coulson asks fellow S.H.I.E.L.D. agent Melinda May to join his team and pilot the Bus.[19]
  • Skye airs a Rising Tide transmission, and is soon apprehended by Coulson and Ward. After an unsuccesful interrogation, Coulson gives Ward a truth serum, making him reveal secrets to Skye and earning her trust.[19]
  • May, Fitz and Simmons analyze the explosion site, determine it was a laboratory and retrieve valuable data using specialized Forensic Equipment.[19]
  • Michael Peterson tries to convince his former boss to re-hire him. When denied, Michael loses his temper and attacks his boss while wrecking the factory.[19]
  • At night, Michael visits the Debbie in hospital. She reprimands him for exposing her and the Centipede program.[19]
  • Fitz, Simmons and Skye digitally replicate the events that lead to the explosion. The team discover the nature of the Centipede Device: it contains an experimental Super-Soldier Serum made from the Extremis virus, and the explosion was caused by a patient succumbing to Extremis' side effects.[19]
  • Michael takes Ace and kidnaps Skye.[19]

26th

27th

  • Phil Coulson and Skye take  Ace to his aunt Mindy's house. Afterwards, Coulson asks Skye to join his team, and Grant Ward informs them of the discovery of an 0-8-4.[19]
  • Coulson and Skye arrive at a S.H.I.E.L.D. airport and board the Bus. Coulson informs the rest of the team of his decission to add Skye to their roster.[23]

28th

29th

  • Coulson's Team break free from their bonds and use the 0-8-4 to detonate a hole in a side of the Bus, recovering the plane and saving Coulson. Reyes and her remaining soldiers are apprehended.
  • The team arrives a the Slingshot, a secret S.H.I.E.L.D. facility where Reyes and her soldiers are taken into custody and the 0-8-4 is launched into space in a rocket.
  • Skye contacts fellow Rising Tide member Miles Lydon to inform him she has succesfully infiltrated S.H.I.E.L.D.
  • Nick Fury reprimends Coulson for the damage caused to the Bus, but Coulson defends his team's actions.[23]

30st

October

1st

2nd

  • Coulson and Grant Ward interrogate Todd Chesterfield, who sold construction equipment to Franklin Hall's kidnappers. Tracing back the gold bricks he was paid with, the team discovers it came from a mine owned by Ian Quinn.[38]
  • In Malta, Quinn reunites with his former colleague Hall, informing him of his discovery of a large cluster of Gravitonium (a substance formerly believed to be theoretical) and asking him to help complete a giant Gravity Field Generator. Hall tries to convince him the generator is too dangerous to use, but Quinn is undeterred.[38]
  • On the way to Malta, Leo Fitz informs the team about theories about the nature of Gravitonium. They plan to infiltrate Quinn's mansion, and Skye volunteers to go in, forging a party invitation.[38]

3rd

  • Grant Ward helps Skye prepare for her infiltration mission, and shares the personal reason why made he became a S.H.I.E.L.D. operative: As children, his older brother Maynard was abusive to both him and their younger brother.[38]
  • Coulson's Team arrive in Malta and plan the details of the mission.[38]
  • Skye infiltrates the party with the remote back-up of Leo Fitz, Jemma Simmons, and Melinda May. She is greeted by Ian Quinn himself, who knows she is part of the Rising Tide and offers her a spot in his company.[38]
  • Quinn delivers a speech to his guests and shareholders, and informs of his plans of constructing Gravitonium-based devices and sell them to the people around the world.[38]
  • Skye sneaks into Quinn's mansion to hack into the laser fencing control system, allowing Ward and Phil Coulson entrance into the compound. Quinn catches her and assumes she is trying to find information to leak online. She informs him of S.H.I.E.L.D.'s vigilance to keep his trust, while Fitz remotely hacks the laser fencing.[38]
  • Inside the compound, Coulson searches Franklin Hall's laboratory while Ward rescues Skye. When Coulson finds him, Hall reveals he actually planned his own kidnapping in order to destroy the Gravitonium. As they struggle, the generator starts disrupting gravity fields in its proximity.[38]
  • Realizing the Gravitonium has begun to disrupt gravity, Quinn orders his helicopter to be prepared for an evacuation.[38]
  • Coulson tries to convince Hall not to destroy the generator, but he is forced to let Hall fall into the Gravitonium cluster to stopit from activating and save hundreds of lives.[38]

4th

  • On the Bus, Melinda May asks Coulson to promote her back to a field operative, both by commission to the team and her desire to watch over him.[38]
  • The Gravitonium cluster is transfered to the Fridge, and stored with no recorded entry and no access granted. Unknown to anyone, Franklin Hall is still alive and trapped inside the Gravitonium.[38]

7th

8th

  • In Stockholm, Coulson's team search the crime scene, and Skye confirms Akela Amador as the perpetrator.[20]
  • The team traces Amador to the town of Zloda, Belarus, where she is using the stolen diamonds to buy a prox card and infiltrate the Todorov Building. The team separates, with Melinda May staying in the Bus, Phil Coulson and Grant Ward actively searching for Amador, and Leo Fitz, Jemma Simmons and Skye performing an electronical search of Amador in a van nicknamed as "Short Bus".[20]
  • Skye and Fitz hack into an unknown broadcast showing their van in what looks like X-Ray vision. Amador attacks the van, overturning it, to escape their observation.[20]
  • Reunited at the Bus, the team analyze the situation and determine the unknown broadcast to be Amador's point of view. through a Backscatter X-Ray Eye Implant used to control her.[20]
  • May uncovers Amador's location and goes to confront her alone. They fight, and Coulson intervenes, rendering Amador unconscious with a pistol-version of the Night-Night Gun.[20]

9th

  • Akela Amador wakes up in the Bus detention cell with Phil Coulson, who asks about her situation and tries to determinate the identity of Amador's handler.[20]
  • Skye hijacks the eye implant signal while Grant Ward completes Amador's infiltration mission using a set of glasses mimicking the eye implant. He finds the true tarhet of the infiltration mission, an equation of seemingly alien origin. Ward's ruse is discovered as he flees the building.[20]
  • Jemma Simmons and Leo Fitz perform surgery on Amador to remove her eye implant.[20]
  • Melinda May traces Amador's handler, whom she refers to as the "Englishman" because he uses British English words and phrases in his commands. When Coulson confronts him, the fail-safe in the Englishman's own eye implant activates, killing him instantly.[20]
  • Despite being jailed and waiting for a trial, Amador feels liberated by the removal of her eye implant, and thanks Coulson for his help.[20]
  • Ward and Fitz play poker, with Fitz attempting to cheat by using the Backscatter Glasses.[20]

12th

  • In Hong Kong, Street magician Chan Ho Yin is seduced by a mysterious woman named Raina. He reveals his pyrokinetic powers to her, nut she kidnaps him.[39]

13th

  • S.H.I.E.L.D. agent Kwan Chen (Chan Ho Yin's Index case agent) informs Coulson's Team of Chan's disappearance, and the Rising Tide's role in his profile leaking.[39]
  • Chan wakes up in a strange place, with Raina offering him both the chance to increase his powers and an opportunity to be recognized for his gift, giving him the codename "Scorch".[39]
  • Skye tracks the Rising Tide hacker back to Austin, Texas, and identifies him as Miles Lydon. The team arrives in Austin and tries to catch Lydon, but unbeknownst the rest of the team, Skye is Lydon's girlfriend, and warns him in advance that S.H.I.E.L.D. are tracking him.[39]
  • Melinda May follows Skye to Lydon's house. The team arrests them both while searching for evidence in the house. Lydon confesses the Centipede Group paid him to leak the information about Chan.[39]
  • Raina takes Chan to a laboratory, where he is injected with a dose of Centipede Serum which amplifies his powers. Debbie, the doctor who implanted Michael Peterson's Centipede Device, orders for blood samples to be taken from Chan so its platelets can be used to stabilize the Extremis in the Serum.[39]
  • May, Phil Coulson and Kwan Chen infiltrate the Centipede laboratory. Chan goes on a rampage, killing Kwan and Debbie. Seeing no other way forward, Coulson and May are forced to kill Chan with an overdose of the Centipede Serum, making him explode.[39]
  • Coulson tags Lydon with a Tracking Bracelet and releases him. Afterwards, he demands to know Skye's true reason for joining S.H.I.E.L.D., and she tearfully reveals she joined to find information about her missing parents, because the only evidence she has is a document redacted by S.H.I.E.L.D.[39]

14th

21st

26th

  • In Pennsylvania, Adam Cross dies from a strange electrical phenomenon while camping with a group of boy scouts.[32]

27th

28th

  • The Chitauri Helmet is loaded into the Bus to be transported to the Sandbox.[32]
  • Jemma Simmons starts developing a cure for the Chitauri virus, but discovers she herself is infected. Coulson is forced to quarantine her inside the laboratory. Together with Leo Fitz, she tries to perfect the cure.[32]
  • Coulson contacts fellow agent Felix Blake, who insists on the importance of delivering the helmet to the Sandbox and instructs him to dispose of any infected person in the Bus.[32]
  • Fitz breaks the quarantine and enters the lab to help Simmons in her search for a cure. After seemingly failing, Simmons hits Fitz to render him unsconscious. She prepares to jump off the plane, without knowing the cure tested on their laboratory rats works. Grant Ward jumps off the plane, catches her mid-air, and injects her with the cure.[32]
  • After rescuing them from the sea, Coulson reprimands Simmons for her attempted suicide.[32]
  • At the Sandbox, Felix Blake takes the helmet and warns Coulson that even he cannot disobey direct orders. While leaving, Blake also notes the change in Coulson's attitude since his death and recovery.[32]

30th

  • A mentally unstable Erik Selvig runs around Stonehenge naked, sensing something wrong with the atmosphere. He is then arrested and taken to a mental ward in London.[1]

31st

  • Phil Coulson allows himself to be captured and sent to an underground prison in Siberia to retrieve Agent Shaw, who was undercover posing as a torturer. They escape with help from Grant Ward and Melinda May.[40]

November

1st

  • Thor's army arrives in Vanaheim, the birthplace of Hogun and the final realm they must save. They defeat the marauders who have been terrorising the area, and Hogun decides to stay among his people while the rest of the army goes back to Asgard.
  • In London, Jane Foster has a date with a man named Richard. Her intern, Darcy Lewis, interrupts the date with her intern Ian Boothby to tell Jane of bizarre atmospheric occurences. They take Jane to a nearby factory, where they meet three children. The children show them many objects around the factory are disappearing in mid-air, and even floating. Jane separates from the group and accidentally falling through a portal into the hiding place of the Aether, which infects her with its power. She then falls into another portal which returns her to London.
  • In Asgard, Heimdall discovers the Convergence is taking place, and the Nine Realms are aligning. This causes formation of portals connecting each Realm. Heimdall realizes that he can't locate Jane, and Thor travels to Earth to find her.
  • Thor and Jane reunite on Earth. A police officer tries to apprehend Jane for tresspassing in the abandoned factory, but when he touches her arm the Aether attacks him with a blast of energy. A concerned Thor takes Jane to Asgard.
  • Asgardian doctors try to discover what has happened to Jane. Odin does not approve of Thor bringing a human to Asgard, but recognises the infection as the Aether.
  • The re-appearance of the Aether causes Malekith and his army to awake from their five thousand year sleep. Malekith's second in comand, Algrim, volunteers to become one of the Kursed, increasing his strength.[1]
  • Coulson's Team delivers intel gathered by agent Shaw and classified as Clearance Level 8 to the Hub.[40]
  • Agent Victoria Hand informs Phil Coulson, Grant Ward and Melinda May about a weapon created by South Ossetian separatists, the Overkill Device, requesting Ward and Leo Fitz to infiltrate South Ossetia and disable the weapon.[40]
  • Ward and Fitz try to reach Ward's contacts in South Ossetia, but are captured. Thanks to Fitz's resourcefulness, they gain the trust of a local mob to help them cross the border.[40]
  • Hand and Coulson discuss his recovery, and he realizes he has a programmed response to the mention of Tahiti.[40]
  • Skye tries to hack into the Hub's mainframe with the help of Jemma Simmons. Agent Jasper Sitwell almost catches Simmons, and in a state of panic she remnders him unconscious. While hacking, Skye chooses to check the status of Ward and Fitz' mission, rather than seize the opportunity to search for information about her parents, but discovers the infiltration does not include an extraction team.[40]

2nd

  • Algrim is arrested by the Asgardians. Once inside, he uses his newly-gained strength to free the other prisoners, including Lorelei who has been imprisoned for over 600 years. While Loki stays in his cell, he informs Algrim of the easiest route out of the dungeons. Malekith and the rest of the Dark Elves arrive in Asgard, and reuniting with Algrim they search for Jane Foster. Frigga hides Jane and makes a temporary duplicate of her. Malekith and Algrim confront Frigga and the duplicate in Frigga's chambers, but when they discover the duplicate is not real they kill Frigga. Witnessing his mother's death, Thor strikes Malekith with a lightning bolt from Mjølnir, leaving a permanent scar on the right side of his face. The Dark Elves retreat, finding no trace of Jane.
  • The Asgardians have a funeral for all their fallen warriors. Thor asks Odin if he can get revenge on the Dark elves for their attack. In deep sorrow for the loss of his wife, Odin refuses. Thor makes a plot against Odin's wishes with Heimdall, Sif, Volstagg, and Fandral to free Loki, who has knowledge of portals other than the Bifrost.[1]
  • Grant Ward and Leo Fitz locate the Overkill Device, and realize there will not be an extraction. Both decide to stay and finish the mission together, escaping with the help of a modified version of the Device. While S.H.I.E.L.D. teams start raiding the compound, Coulson's Team arrive in the Bus to extract Ward and Fitz.[40]
  • Phil Coulson tells Skye about her parent's file, redacted by the agent that dropped her at the orphanage. Nevertheless, he keeps certain secrets about the file, and asks Melinda May to help him uncover the truth. Later, he tries to obtain the file about his death and recovery in Tahiti, but is denied access.[40]

3rd

  • Thor frees Loki from the dungeons and takes him to a ship the Dark Elves left behind. Taking Jane Foster with them, they abandon the ship and transfer onto a flying boat steered by Fandral. Fandral then jumps off the boat to fend off a group of Asgardian soldiers. Thor, Loki, and Jane fly through the portal and arrive in Svartalfheim.
  • In London, Darcy Lewis tries to call S.H.I.E.L.D., but they do not return her call. She and Ian Boothby get Erik Selvig out of the mental hospital so he can help them.
  • Thor, Loki, and Jane devise a plan to make the Dark Elves think Loki will betray Thor. To gain the trust of the Elves, Loki uses magic to make them think he has stabbed Thor and cut his hand off. Malekith extracts the Aether from Jane, but while Thor tries to destroy the Aether by striking it with Mjølnir, it only reconstructs itself. Algrim stabs Loki in the chest, but Loki uses Algrim's own weapon to kill him. Loki survives the wound, but tricks Thor into thinking he is dead. Thor and Jane travel around Svartalfheim and enter a cave. In London, Richard calls Jane, and oddly manages to get service. Jane answers the phone call and finds a portal in the cave, which takes them back to London.
  • Thor and Jane regroup with Darcy, Ian, and Erik. They deduce that the area where the Convergence will take full effect is Greenwich, meaning it will also be the area where Malekith tries to plunge the Nine Realms into eternal darkness.[1]

4th

5th

6th

7th

  • Sif and Volstagg go to the museum of the Collector and request he keep the Aether safe, explaining the Tesseract is already being stored on Asgard. He accepts, but unbeknownst to them he is secretly collecting the six Infinity Stones.[1] When the Asgardians leave, the Collector contacts Gamora, tasking her with finding the Orb.[1]
  • After receiving an update about S.H.I.E.L.D.'s investigation in Baffin Island, Phil Coulson's Team investigates the ruins of an old crypt under the Church of El Divino Niño in Seville, Spain, but the piece of the Berserker Staff is taken by Elliot Randolph. [3]
  • Jakob Nystrom, Petra Larsen and their group attack Randolph and obtain the second piece of the Berserker Staff.[3]
  • Grant Ward begins to show behavioural changes as a result of his contact with the Berserker Staff, as well as some degree of super-human strength. He and Phil Coulson interrogate Randolph, who confesses that he is the Berserker warrior from the legend, as well as the location of the third piece of the staff. [3]
  • In Norway, Nystrom and Larsen use their two pieces of the Staff to give more members of their group superhuman strength, while researching the location of the last piece.[3]
  • The team arrives at a monastery in Ireland, the location of the final piece of the Staff, only to find Nystrom has already found it. He stabs Randolph, and while Coulson, Leo Fitz and Jemma Simmons try to save his life, Ward and Melinda May fend off the attacking Norse Paganists.[3]

8th

  • Surviving his injuries, Elliot Randolph considers starting a new life somewhere else. Coulson recommends he move to Portland.
  • Skye tries to get Grant Ward to open up about his past, but he refuses. That evening, he joins Melinda May in her hotel room and spends the night with her.
  • Coulson starts having nightmares about his recovery in Tahiti.

2014

February

25th

  • Posing as a documentary film maker, Ten Rings agent Jackson Norris breaks Trevor Slattery out of prison and interviews him about how he became involved with Aldrich Killian. Killing the guards, Jackson reveals he has been ordered to take Trevor to the Mandarin, who is a real terrorist leader and not a fabrication of Killian's as Trevor assumed.[12]

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 Thor: The Dark World
  2. 2.00 2.01 2.02 2.03 2.04 2.05 2.06 2.07 2.08 2.09 2.10 2.11 2.12 2.13 2.14 2.15 Thor
  3. 3.00 3.01 3.02 3.03 3.04 3.05 3.06 3.07 3.08 3.09 3.10 3.11 3.12 3.13 3.14 3.15 3.16 Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: The Well
  4. 4.00 4.01 4.02 4.03 4.04 4.05 4.06 4.07 4.08 4.09 4.10 4.11 4.12 4.13 4.14 4.15 4.16 4.17 Captain America: The First Avenger
  5. Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: Yes Men
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 6.3 The Avengers Extended Scene
  7. 7.00 7.01 7.02 7.03 7.04 7.05 7.06 7.07 7.08 7.09 7.10 7.11 7.12 7.13 7.14 7.15 7.16 7.17 7.18 7.19 7.20 7.21 7.22 Captain America: First Vengeance
  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 8.3 8.4 The Avengers: The Avengers Initiative
  9. Captain America & Thor: Avengers!
  10. 10.0 10.1 Marvel One-Shot: Agent Carter
  11. 11.00 11.01 11.02 11.03 11.04 11.05 11.06 11.07 11.08 11.09 11.10 11.11 11.12 11.13 11.14 11.15 11.16 11.17 11.18 11.19 11.20 11.21 11.22 11.23 11.24 11.25 11.26 11.27 11.28 11.29 Iron Man 2
  12. 12.0 12.1 Marvel One-Shot: All Hail the King
  13. 13.0 13.1 Iron Man 2: Public Identity
  14. 14.00 14.01 14.02 14.03 14.04 14.05 14.06 14.07 14.08 14.09 14.10 14.11 14.12 14.13 14.14 14.15 14.16 14.17 14.18 14.19 14.20 14.21 14.22 14.23 14.24 14.25 14.26 The Incredible Hulk
  15. 15.00 15.01 15.02 15.03 15.04 15.05 15.06 15.07 15.08 15.09 15.10 15.11 15.12 15.13 15.14 15.15 15.16 Iron Man
  16. 16.00 16.01 16.02 16.03 16.04 16.05 16.06 16.07 16.08 16.09 16.10 16.11 16.12 16.13 The Avengers
  17. 17.0 17.1 The Incredible Hulk Extended Scene
  18. Captain America: The Winter Soldier
  19. 19.00 19.01 19.02 19.03 19.04 19.05 19.06 19.07 19.08 19.09 19.10 19.11 19.12 19.13 19.14 19.15 19.16 Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: Pilot
  20. 20.00 20.01 20.02 20.03 20.04 20.05 20.06 20.07 20.08 20.09 20.10 20.11 20.12 20.13 20.14 20.15 20.16 Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: Eye-Spy
  21. Captain America: The Winter Soldier
  22. 22.00 22.01 22.02 22.03 22.04 22.05 22.06 22.07 22.08 22.09 22.10 22.11 22.12 22.13 22.14 22.15 22.16 22.17 22.18 22.19 22.20 22.21 22.22 Iron Man 3
  23. 23.0 23.1 23.2 23.3 23.4 23.5 23.6 23.7 Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: The Hub
  24. 24.0 24.1 Iron Man: Fast Friends
  25. 25.0 25.1 25.2 The Incredible Hulk: The Fury Files
  26. Iron Man 2: Fist of Iron
  27. 27.0 27.1 27.2 27.3 27.4 27.5 27.6 The Avengers Prelude: Fury's Big Week
  28. Marvel One-Shot: A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Thor's Hammer
  29. 29.00 29.01 29.02 29.03 29.04 29.05 29.06 29.07 29.08 29.09 29.10 29.11 29.12 29.13 Thor: The Dark World Prelude
  30. 30.0 30.1 Marvel One-Shot: The Consultant
  31. 31.0 31.1 31.2 31.3 31.4 31.5 31.6 31.7 31.8 31.9 Iron Man 3 Prelude
  32. 32.00 32.01 32.02 32.03 32.04 32.05 32.06 32.07 32.08 32.09 32.10 32.11 Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: FZZT
  33. 33.0 33.1 33.2 33.3 33.4 33.5 33.6 33.7 Marvel One-Shot: Item 47
  34. 34.0 34.1 Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: The Magical Place
  35. Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: T.A.H.I.T.I.
  36. 36.0 36.1 36.2 Iron Man: The Coming of the Melter
  37. Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: T.R.A.C.K.S.
  38. 38.00 38.01 38.02 38.03 38.04 38.05 38.06 38.07 38.08 38.09 38.10 38.11 38.12 38.13 38.14 38.15 38.16 38.17 Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: The Asset
  39. 39.0 39.1 39.2 39.3 39.4 39.5 39.6 39.7 Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: Girl in the Flower Dress
  40. 40.0 40.1 40.2 40.3 40.4 40.5 40.6 40.7 Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: The Hub
Advertisement | Your ad here

Around Wikia's network

Random Wiki