Explore the Marvel Cinematic Universe with the Marvel Cinematic Network
Click around Tristan Guillevin’s Marvel Cinematic Network to explore movies, characters and actors from phases 1 through 3. The more I scrolled the more impressed I was, although, it did take a little too long for me to realize I needed to click the different phrases. If you’re looking for a fun way to explore the universe you should totally give this a whirl. Spoilers ahead if you’re not caught up so beware!
Scroll down to see how the MCU evolved during the Phase One, from Iron Man to The Avengers. Each main character and actor is connected to the movies they appear in, allowing you to see the connections between your favorite Marvel heroes (or villains).
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