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 Earth X Reading Order

The Earth X Reading Order

Earth 9997 in the Marvel Multiverse
The Fast and the Furious Viewing Order

The Fast and the Furious Viewing Order

The greatest automotive mayhem based franchise in Hollywood’s history!
The Amalgam Universe Reading Order

The Amalgam Universe Reading Order

A universe where every character is a merger of a DC character and a Marvel character. An amalgam, one might say…
The Guild Chronology

The Guild Chronology

Felicia Day’s breakthru – and hilarious – webseries.
The Batman ’66 Chronology

The Batman ’66 Chronology

That peerless paragon of right and decency, Adam West’s Batman.
The New 52 Universe

The New 52 Universe

In 2011, DC decided – yet again – to reboot its universe.
The Millarworld Reading Order

The Millarworld Reading Order

The Millarworld is a series of interconnected comics published by Marvel Comics or Image Comics, all written by Mark Millar.
The Die Hard Chronology

The Die Hard Chronology

How can the same shit happen to the same guy, uh, seven times?
The Star Trek Viewing Order

The Star Trek Viewing Order

Space. The final frontier. These are the voyages of the starships Enterprise…
The Dollhouse Chronology

The Dollhouse Chronology

One of Joss Whedon’s more interesting ideas, and frustratingly cut short before it could fulfil its potential.
The Man With No Name Chronology

The Man With No Name Chronology

The iconic Western character, of whose assorted appearances it’s remarkable for any two to appear in the actual order they occur.
The Mad Max Chronology

The Mad Max Chronology

A few years from now…
The Astro City Reading Order

The Astro City Reading Order

Kurt Busiek’s Astro City is the most interesting – and most human – superhero universe there is.
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 Elric of Melniboné Chronology

The Elric of Melniboné Chronology

Michael Moorcock’s brilliant subversion of heroic fantasy tropes.
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.