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Complete Marvel Cinematic Universe Blu-Ray £130 (~AUD $248.48) + £4 (~ $7.65) Postage @ Zavvi.com

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All 23 films in the Marvel Cinematic Universe to date. Averages $10 per film on Bluray including heaps of extras with the box sets. As far as I'm aware, the next best deal on this is from JB Hi-Fi with $399 for the same movies (The Infinity Saga Collection which averages $17 per film) so this works out $150 less or $7 less per film. From Zavvi in the UK so discs are Region B (i.e. compatible with Australia).

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    I wouldn't say complete yet, if you've seen the last movie of the order, you'll notice they hinted that there could be more after this. But i suppose for this current point in time, it is…

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      Yes. I said "to date." That is Phases 1-3 of the MCU. Being a nerd with too much time on my hands, I know that Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe kicks off in May next year with Black Widow and that further Marvel films will continue… well probably until the end of time or until they get too tangled up like the comics and lose their mojo. In any case, a Phase 4 box set won't be available until 2022 at the earliest. Nuff said. https://www.gamesradar.com/uk/marvel-phase-4-leak-release-da...

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        Ah yes, you did too…my mistake….

        I wonder if we get to meet all Marvel characters….in anyway shape or form….maybe add in the X-Men meetup, dunno why these guys don't exist in their world, maybe it's a parallel world? What about DeadPool characters, Venom and that other guy whos name escapes me - that's right, Dare Devil dude?

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          Yeah, it's all to do with Marvel desperately selling the rights to various characters back in the 1980s and then slowly clawing them back after Disney took over (not to mention Disney buying 20th Century Fox that had the rights to X-men and the Fantastic Four). Here is a simple infographic that shows the current state of play with Marvel characters and who owns the TV/film rights - https://1.bp.blogspot.com/-VBstSugoYsE/XY4wSgOdOYI/AAAAAAABe...

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            @Bargainarse: I see, so it's not that they are not in different universes but a licensing issue that Marvel doesn't have (yet) to put them all on the same screen….

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    I'm sorely tempted by this but I think I'll just subscribe to Disney+ 1 week free trial once The Mandalorian series is finished and binge on that plus the last few MCU ones that I have not rewatched (from Stan free trial).

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