Are the older mcu shows still canon or no:?

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Poll Are the older mcu shows still canon or no:? (20 votes)

Yes they are. 45%
no they are not 55%

this include stuff like agents of shield,inhumans and cloak&dagger as examples.

Are these shows still apart of the mcu or no?

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#1  Edited By Alavanka

When you realize that Raimi Spiderman, TASM, and Venom are more canon to MCU than Agents of Noncanon.

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#2  Edited By Ccbm2208

They’re not and if they are, they might as well aren’t because the movies have cut all ties with these shows.

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I think there a parallel universe, which I believe is the case for marvel Netflix to.

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@alavanka said:

When you realize that Raimi Spiderman, TASM, and Venom are more canon to MCU than Agents of Noncanon.

This. The “Story of Marvel Studios” book officially published last year officially declares AoS non-canon, Agent Carter Canon and the Netflix Shows canon where they do not contradict pending “further additions to the universe”.

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Yes not agents of Trash even the the last couple seasons was pretty good now Cloak and Dagger I would love for that to be I think they she a ok job and was a underrated show hell out off the shows besides the Netflix shows Cloak and Dagger can be the easiest to fit in

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#6  Edited By Mike_Fowler

@greysentinel365: The author of that book specifically stated that the book has no binary proclamation regarding the canon status of the shows, that what she said was taken out of context (and that the book doesn’t definitively state either shows are canon), and that the book itself was meant to only feature projects creatively produced by Marvel Studios, which involved AC to a limited capacity

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agents of shield suxxx

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Yes there canon. All of them were promoted and launched as being part of the MCU.

This is a status that has not been expressly changed ( by somebody with the power to do so ). Until it is. There is no reason to believe they are not canon.

Also with Jarvis from Agent Carter, Daredevil and Kingpin from the 'Netflix' shows, and a Black Bolt variant based on his Inhumans ( an AOS spin off ) appearance. In MCU movies and D+ series it seems like the powers that being are making this even more clear than it was a few of years ago.