Captain America: Civil War has reached over $300 million domestically and over $950 million world-wide. The success both at the box office and with the fans has given the world of the MCU a boost over the years with people looking to the world itself as a symbol of quality. One of the things that has always impressed me about the Marvel Cinematic Universe is the fact that, according to the creators of the universe, it’s all connected (#itsallconnected).

Unfortunately, the promise of a cohesive universe has become strained due to the fighting and maneuvering between the Marvel film division and the TV division and the shows may end up suffering because of it. On our next mini episode, I will discuss the division between the divisions, the cancellation of Agent Carter, the schedule shift of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D, the removal of Inhumans from the MCU lineup and ABC not picking up Marvel’s Most Wanted. Will the universe stay connected or will it become as fractured as the DC comics world of movies and TV? Download our next mini episode to hear more.

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