Welcome to Reading Orders! If you've ever wanted to read or watch something in the actual order in which the events happened in the story, this is your site. Each of our timelines organises the unruly business of sequels and prequels and all the rest into a single coherent order, and shows it to you in an easy to follow fashion.

The Milestone Universe Reading Order

The Milestone Universe Reading Order

The Milestone Universe began as an independent imprint published by DC.
The X-Men Viewing Order

The X-Men Viewing Order

The most chronologically confusing film timeline ever.
The Post-Crisis DC Universe

The Post-Crisis DC Universe

In 1985, DC decided to combine all the infinite worlds of its multiverse into a single universe.
The Penny Dreadful Chronology

The Penny Dreadful Chronology

In Victorian London, a small group of people will face the most unspeakable horrors, and risk becoming them…
The GrimJack Reading Order

The GrimJack Reading Order

John Ostrander and Tim Truman’s legendary comic series
The Riverdale Chronology

The Riverdale Chronology

Archie and the gang, re-imagined for the 21st Century
The Purge Viewing Order

The Purge Viewing Order

An America that seems all too close for comfort…
The Expanse Reading Order

The Expanse Reading Order

Daniel Abraham and Ty Franck’s epic space opera series.
The Marvel Multiverse – Earth 691

The Marvel Multiverse – Earth 691

The original Guardians of the Galaxy, the Martians of H.G. Wells and Killraven, Warrior of the Worlds!
The DC Extended Universe Chronology

The DC Extended Universe Chronology

The DC counterpart to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, longer on darkness and angst, shorter on fun.
The Guild Chronology

The Guild Chronology

Felicia Day’s breakthru – and hilarious – webseries.
The Mad Max Chronology

The Mad Max Chronology

A few years from now…
The Marvel Cinematic Universe Chronology

The Marvel Cinematic Universe Chronology

The greatest movie universe of all time!
The Carrigerverse Reading Order

The Carrigerverse Reading Order

The various connected stories of Gail Carriger’s steampunk fantasy world.
The Wet Hot American Summer Chronology

The Wet Hot American Summer Chronology

An affectionate parody of ‘summer camp’ movies from the Eighties.