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Marvel Cinematic Universe Viewing Order (by release dates)

I am hoping to find time to watch the Marvel Cinematic Universe, including some things I’ve never checked out before, so I made basically a big list of what order to watch everything in going by release date as much as possible (I’m not going to watch The First Avenger before Iron Man, that’s just silly).

Anyway I thought since I made the list I might as well share it. If I have made any errors please let me know or remind me to update it as we get new releases.

1.     Iron Man

2.     The Incredible Hulk

3.     Iron Man 2

4.     Thor

5.     Captain America: the First Avenger

6.     The Consultant One Shot

7.     A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Thor’s Hammer One Shot 

8.     Avengers Assemble

9.   Item 47 One Shot

10. Iron Man 3

11. Agent Carter One Shot

12. Agents of SHIELD Season 1 episodes 1-7

13. Thor: the Dark World

14. Agents of SHIELD Season 1 episodes 8-12

15. All Hail the King One Shot

16. Agents of SHIELD Season 1 episodes 13-16

17. Captain America: the Winter Soldier

18. Agents of SHIELD Season 1 episodes 17-22

19. Guardians of the Galaxy

20. Agents of SHIELD Season 2 episodes 1-10

21. Agent Carter Season 1

22. Agents of SHIELD Season 2 episodes 11-16

23. Daredevil Season 1

24. Agents of SHIELD Season 2 episodes 17-19

25. Avengers Age of Ultron

26. Agents of SHIELD Season 2 episodes 20-22

27. WHIH Newsfront Ant-Man campaign

28. Ant-Man

29. Agents of SHIELD Season 3 episodes 1-8

30. Jessica Jones Season 1

31. Agents of SHIELD Season 3 episodes 9-10

32. Agent Carter Season 2

33. Agents of SHIELD Season 3 episodes 11-12

34. Daredevil Season 2

35. Agents of SHIELD Season 3 episodes 13-17

36. WHIH Newsfront Captain America Civil War Campaign Episode 1-2

37. Agents of SHIELD Season 3 episodes 18

38. WHIH Newsfront Captain America Civil War Campaign Episode 3-4

39. Agents of SHIELD Season 3 episodes 19

40. WHIH Newsfront Captain America Civil War Campaign Episode 5

41. Captain America: Civil War

42. Agents of SHIELD Season 3 episodes 20-22

43. Agents of SHIELD Season 4 episodes 1-2

44. Luke Cage Season 1

45. Agents of SHIELD Season 4 episodes 3-6

46. Doctor Strange

47. Agents of SHIELD Season 4 episodes 7-8

48. Agents of SHIELD: Slingshot

49. Agents of SHIELD Season 4 episodes 9-15

50. Iron Fist Season 1

51.  Agents of SHIELD Season 4 episodes 16

52.  Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2

53. Agents of SHIELD Season 4 episodes 17-22

54. Spider-Man: Homecoming

Day 1 vs Day 848 on testosterone. Sometimes I think I haven’t changed at all, I can’t see the progress as it happens day to day, and I get frustrated thinking I’ll never get where I wanna be – then I put two pictures like this together and am amazed at the strides I’ve made and the growth I’ve experienced. What a journey. 🌟 #transformationtuesday

anonymous asked:

Who is 'Kop'?

You mean THE Kop?  THE Haley Kopmeyer?

Well lemme just tell you a lil’ about this Michigan Native!

Born and raised in Troy, Michigan. Her parents signed her up as a kid to Rec, went to 5 tryouts but didn’t make a team until one needed a back-up.  Eventually became a starter and from then out performed for her team. In high school, she was named to the all-state first team, the all-district first team, the all-conference first team, and all-region first team. She then attended the University of Michigan! Go Blue!

She had a terrific career at Michigan. During her best season, which was her 1st after a season ending injury her freshman year, Kopmeyer led the Big Ten in saves (56), save percentage (.862) and saves-per-game (5.60) during conference play while topping the conference in overall save percentage (.848) and sharing the lead in saves (95). She played in 16 games, making 15 starts and set the school rookie record for shutouts with six.  She was awarded the University of Michigan Athletic Academic Achievement Award for the second year running and earned Academic All-Big Ten honors. 

After 4 incredible seasons, this Michigan product, to her surprise, was drafted 31st overall by the Seattle Reign in 2013. Kopmeyer didn’t believe she’d even be drafted and thus already had plans working somewhere else in marketing. She even watched the 2013 NWSL draft until the 29th pick and stopped there and went to work bc she thought she wasn’t going to be drafted only to get a call from her father to which she started bawling. 

Unfortunately, she was released from the team due to league roster constraints; however she was re-signed by the team for the 2014 season to back up Hope Solo.

In 2014, as back up to Hope, Kopmeyer believed it was a year she and Hope had began their relationship which was ‘massive’ , in her own words, in the sense that she had the opportunity to grow and learn from the best goal keeper in the world. She finally had someone who believed in her and thus from there on out kept improving as a GK. 

On her first ever start in 2014, something only our Kop would do, she went to the wrong goal and so ran the entire field to get to the right one. 

However, she did keep a clean sheet and the unbeaten streak while bringing the club to its fifth shutout in twelve games. Not to mention, some really good saves 

cr: here

Kopmeyer has been the back up since 2014 but in the years 2015-17, she’s taken a bigger role as Hope is in rehab now and taken a break from football. She is now the No.1 and has been putting on stellar performances for the Reign. 

From being rejected as a kid in rec games, to starting in the wrong goal as a professional to being Player of the Week and now Seattle Reign’s No.1, Haley Kopmeyer is a Seattle Reign FC Original and forever a gem to our team. 

P.S follow her Twitter for Gold quality content.

Bonus:

Kop being the most extra and crawling on the airplane floor to find out if Lu was in First Class

This has been a Haley Kopmeyer Appreciation Post. <3.