From its humble beginnings in 2008 with Iron Man, the MCU has grown into a behemoth that now includes 32 movies and nine TV shows (not including the seven seasons of Agents of SHIELD, six Netflix shows and more).

It’s no surprise that over that time, there have been a few errors in the timeline as events are retconned, new characters are introduced and storylines cross over multiple movies and shows.

They’re not even really big mistakes and more the kind of errors that dedicated fans will spot on a rewatch of the entire MCU. Well, apart from that time Spider-Man: Homecoming pretended that the Battle of New York took place eight years before Homecoming.

But fear not, Marvel has now addressed those errors, including that infamous Spidey error, in the new book Amazon, <a href="" target="_blank" rel="nofollow" data-vars-ga-outbound-link="" data-vars-ga-ux-element="Hyperlink" data-vars-ga-call-to-action="Waterstones" data-vars-ga-product-id="d40263e1-ed76-4bb0-ae91-8c316dd1ba3d" data-vars-ga-link-treatment="(not set)