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{{TOCright}}What follows is a Marvel Comics trade reading order '''based on the original publication date of the earliest issue''', not a "suggested reading order" sourced on an in-world timeline. I tend to believe that the revealing of a story's nuances, secrets, and twists "as it was in real-time" is greater than the thrill of reading things from Year 1 to Year 2099, and maintains a storytelling flow that can become too dissonant when you read a book written in 1961 followed in-timeline by one from 2008. [http://www.tradereadingorder.com/ There are plenty of great in-world timeline reading orders already] - this approach is just my particular preference.
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{{TOCright}}What follows is a Marvel Comics trade reading order '''based on the original publication date of the earliest issue''', not a "suggested reading order" sourced on an in-world timeline. I tend to believe that the revealing of a story's nuances, secrets, and twists "as it was in real-time" is greater than the thrill of reading things from Year 1 to Year 2099, and maintains a storytelling flow that can become too dissonant when you read a book written in 1961 followed in-timeline by one from 2008. [http://www.tradereadingorder.com/ There are plenty of in-world timeline reading orders already] - this approach is just my particular preference.
  
 
See also [http://with-great-power.blogspot.com/p/marvel-comics-trade-paperback-timeline.html With Great Power] for the Marvel Universe.
 
See also [http://with-great-power.blogspot.com/p/marvel-comics-trade-paperback-timeline.html With Great Power] for the Marvel Universe.

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What follows is a Marvel Comics trade reading order based on the original publication date of the earliest issue, not a "suggested reading order" sourced on an in-world timeline. I tend to believe that the revealing of a story's nuances, secrets, and twists "as it was in real-time" is greater than the thrill of reading things from Year 1 to Year 2099, and maintains a storytelling flow that can become too dissonant when you read a book written in 1961 followed in-timeline by one from 2008. There are plenty of in-world timeline reading orders already - this approach is just my particular preference.

See also With Great Power for the Marvel Universe.

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