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Audio Described Avengers Assemble! Catch Up On Your Marvel Cinematic Universe Movies Before Avengers: End Game


A monumental moment of pop culture will arrive in theaters on April 26th. 11 years in the making, and spanning more than 20 movies, Marvel will cross a milestone as it wraps up the 4th phase in their lucrative cinematic universe. And the best part is that almost all of it is audio described. We say almost because 2008 s The Incredible Hulk does not offer an audio description track at the time of this writing. However, the rest of the comic tales are described, and we have your guide to catch up on all of them in their official Marvel chronological timeline.

The list below contains links to the MCU, Marvel Cinematic Universe, movies streaming on iTunes and Netflix. If you take this route, minus seeing Captain Marvel in the theater, it will cost around $64 to rent each of the films plus a Netflix subscription. Buying them, instead of renting them, is a bit more expensive as the older films are around $14.95 and the newer titles near $20. Those who want to own them may want to investigate the Movies Anywhere service and link their iTunes account, along with Amazon or Google Play, as the MCU movies go on sale there regularly. To learn more about linking a Movies Anywhere account to iTunes, and others, check out this linking article

VUDU Also runs tremendous sales on MCU movies, however, the service is a screen reader s nightmare on almost every platform imaginable and it may not be worth the effort to save a few bucks versus a headache and lost time figuring out their user interface.

Additionally, you can do this a little cheaper if you have access to secondary audio tracks from your cable or TV provider as some of these movies are available with description from TNT or TBS. Due to the nature of TV scheduling, we omitted linking to them here. Besides if you rent them you can avoid all those commercials!

Remember, the list below is not in the order that the movies were released in the theater. Marvel has their own timeline of events for the MCU. Minus a few quirks, looking at you Far From Home , this is the order that Marvel suggests you watch the films before you go see Avengers: End Game .

1943-1945:

Captain America: The First Avenger, on iTunes

1995:

Captain Marvel, in theaters now!

2010:

Iron Man, on iTunes

2011:

Iron Man 2, on iTunes
The Incredible Hulk, , on iTunes
Thor, , on iTunes

2012:

The Avengers, on iTunes
Iron Man 3, on iTunes

2013:

Thor: The Dark World, on iTunes

2014:

Captain America: The Winter Soldier, on iTunes
Guardians of the Galaxy, on iTunes
Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 2, on iTunes

2015:

Avengers: Age of Ultron, on iTunes
Ant-Man, on iTunes

2016:

Captain America: Civil War, on iTunes
Spider-Man: Homecoming, on iTunes

2016-2017:

Doctor Strange, on iTunes

2017:

Black Panther, on Netflix
Thor: Ragnarok, on Netflix
Avengers: Infinity War, on Netflix
Ant Man And The Wasp, on Netflix

Who is your favorite MCU character? Which movie do you think is best? Leave us a comment below or send along an email to us for the podcast at feedback@blindbargains.com

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Joe Steinkamp is no stranger to the world of technology, having been a user of video magnification and blindness related electronic devices since 1979. Joe has worked in radio, retail management and Vocational Rehabilitation for blind and low vision individuals in Texas. He has been writing about the A.T. Industry for 15 years and podcasting about it for almost a decade.


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