5 Best Web Series Of MCU

We’ve compiled a list of the top 5 Marvel series to keep an eye out for, whether you’re a die-hard superhero fan or just love a good TV show. A lot of this is related to the growth of streaming services. Various movie studios were making Marvel series because of some old licence agreements that went back to before Disney’s acquisition of the company. This led to multiple versions with a wide range of creative ideas and levels of quality. Out of these shows, here is a list of the top 5 Web Series you must watch not only for the entertainment but to enjoy the future movies and series of the MCU:


Defining Loki’s place inside the MCU is a difficult task. The show swings between Mount Vesuvius’ eruption in 79 AD and an end-of-the-world hurricane striking Alabama in 2050. As we watch the TVA’s internal operations, it also seems to happen outside of the timeframe itself. It’s here because it marks a turning point for the MCU. Everything that occurred to this was planned by the TVA, or more precisely “He Who Remains” alias Kang, the villain of the television series. Each movie before this brought the MCU one step closer to a situation where a multiversal conflict was avoided, but Kang was neatly placed in power of all of reality. The barriers between universes get blurred since the TVA isn’t around to restore order in each consecutive movie and television show.


Oscar Issac plays Steven Grant in Moon Knight, a Disney+ original movie about dissociative identity disorder. He learns that he has been living a double life as Marc Spector, a mercenary. The series is directed by Mohamed Diab, and Ethan Hawke makes his Marvel Cinematic Universe debut as Arthur Harrow. The Global Repatriation Council, which is mentioned in The Falcon and The Winter Solider, is one of the interesting MCU hints that can be found in several episodes. Moon Knight, though, comes after the Hawkeye series in the Disney+ MCU order, placing it in the MCU’s 2025.


Wanda Maximoff, played by Elizabeth Olsen, has definitely been one of the MCU’s most tragic figures. After losing her family in a bombing, she and her brother were trapped under a pile of debris for days. Then, during the events of Avengers: Age of Ultron, her brother passed away. When she finally fell in love with Vision. She was compelled to murder him to save Thanos from obtaining the Mind Stone. All of this has led to Wanda vision, the first live-action Marvel Cinematic Universe show on Disney+. The main heroine takes control of a small New Jersey town in order to create a more fulfilling version of her own life. Of all the phase four Marvel content, Wanda vision takes place the closest to Endgame, picking up almost right away after Wanda’s return from the Snap.


In Hawkeye, Jeremy Renner’s Clint Barton, a.k.a. Hawkeye is back with Kate Bishop, a fan of the Avenger who has the ability with a bow and arrow. Kate Bishop discovers Hawkeye’s costume from his time as the violent vigilante Ronin during the Snap. He is visiting his family in New York City for the holidays. Hawkeye is playing the role of Hawkeye in Renner’s movie. When Bishop dons the disguise and engages in some criminal activity, Hawkeye and all the other criminals looking to exact revenge on Ronin are drawn to her. As a result, Bishop and Barton must grudgingly cooperate in an effort to permanently conceal Hawkeye’s time as a Ronin. The Christmas setting suggests the series’ events take place in December 2024 after the Blip, in the MCU.


What if…?  the first animated show with an MCU setting. It features the Watcher, a powerful deity that keeps watch over everything across the MCU’s several parallel universes. Wright tells the narrative of one MCU question in each episode. For instance, “What If Captain Carter Was the First Avenger?” is the title of episode 1. Before seeing the episode that answers that question, you must first watch Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.

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