Because of the (over)abundance of time travel in the franchise, the "chronological" order is actually completely jumbled up. E.g. some episodes/movies are set in far future or far past for a part or nearly entirety of the episode. I will be omitting those from the first part of the answer..
The question is very extensively answered in a very good ...
In chronological order, they are:
The Dark Elf Trilogy (Homeland, Exile, Sojourn)
The Icewind Dale Trilogy (The Crystal Shard, Streams of Silver, The Halfling's Gem)
Dark Mirror, a short story in the Realms of Valor anthology.
The Legacy of the Drow series (The Legacy, Starless Night, Siege of Darkness, Passage to Dawn)
The Paths of Darkness series (The ...
Before Peter Jackson's films came out, I asked this on the newsgroup Rec.Arts.Books.Tolkien. I wasn't expecting much other than a rough guide, so I was astonished when user "Another Ded Dzhen" posted a comprehensive reply. You can view the original thread here: https://groups.google.com/d/msg/rec.arts.books.tolkien/CzA6KidU_dg/hCuT6ZnwPBgJ
I followed this ...
Your confusion likely stems from the fact that along with Feersum Endjinn and Against a Dark Background, this novel is science fictional but not set in the Culture fictional universe.
AJ: You have a new book out this month, The Algebraist, which is an Iain M. Banks, so presumably science fiction?
IB: It is, yes, but it’s not part of the Culture ...
As noted, the overlap in the series' timelines is basically the same as the overlap in their air dates; DS9 begins after TNG Season 5, and TNG ends before DS9 Season 3. But here are a few events that anchor the timelines (spoilers for both series abound below):
2364 (TNG Season 1)
The Enterprise-D makes its maiden voyage to Farpoint Station and encounters ...
It depends what you mean by "chronological". Do you mean the in-universe chronology (as covered very well by DVK's answer), or the real-life chronological order the various shows & movies were released? Because, even though the 'Enterprise' series was made as a prequel to everything else, it was produced last. Going from the last-made series (ENT) to the ...
Revelation prologue – Set in 2157
It was in 2148, a mere nine years ago” talks about the setting of Evolution so this one comes first.
The classified transmission he had received that morning from the base at Shanxi was proof of that.
Evolution – 2157 From the description of the first issue we get that this story takes place in the year 2157
Using the timeline poster, the booklets, and the lyrics of the songs themselves, I have put together a timeline. Many tracks appear more than one time, representing different things. In one case, a single track appears more than one time because of events happening during it.
Below is the timeline with some notes. Here it is as an XSPF playlist.
I, Robot features a frame story that is missing from The Complete Robot. In it, several dates are given explicitly or implicitly. We learn the following:
Susan Calvin was born in 1982
She is 75 now, so the frame story is set in 2057
She is about to retire from U.S. Robots
"The Evitable Conflict" took place in 2052:
It was five years ago that I found out ...
Bradbury's collection The Martian Chronicles was supposed to be a chronological arrangement. For instance, in my copy, "The Earth Men" is the 4th story, dated August 1999, while "Mars Is Heaven", under the alternative title "The Third Expedition", comes 6th, dated April 2000. I would say, then, that the table of contents of The Martian Chronicles is your ...
They Re-tell the stories of ASoIaF
If I understand you correctly, you seem to be asking where they fall in the chronology in-universe wise. Where the histories come before the main series. A Storm of Swords comes after A Game of Thrones and The Winds of Winter is the latest.
In that case they move along parallel to the main series. They are a re-telling of ...
Fox did it to make the show look more popular.
The, alas now defunct, Sliders: Dimensions of Continuity website (usually a highly reliable source of information) indicated that the air-dates were messed around with at the insistence of the network.
Why Did Co-Creator Tracy Tormé Leave Sliders?
Even from the start, Fox gave co-creator Tracy Tormé ...
According to this wikipedia page http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Culture#Novels if you put them in chronological order you get (Earth dates shown):
Inversions - (unspecified)
Consider Phlebas - 1331 AD
Excession - 2067 AD (approximate)
The Player of Games - 2083 AD
Matter - 2087 AD (approximate)
Use of Weapons - 2092 AD
Look to Windward - 2170 AD (...
I once looked into this and it's an incredibly difficult task to summarize as there are contradictions, changes, retcons and now an alternate timeline. You also have numerous canon short stories posted to the website, in game events that overlap with the comic books and more. Some parts, such as the RPG books are at times no longer considered canon. ...
While Wookieepedia is a great resource for in-universe information, to be honest Wikipedia is probably better in this regard for tracking versions.
Some minor changes were made fairly early on, like adding the title "Episode IV: A New Hope" to the first film - it was only added after it was clear there would be more episodes. The big changes didn't start ...
There are some stories for which the actual timing is not clearly spelled out, but the author was kind enough to provide placement for those stories.
There are a couple of minor spoilers in the story Weaver of Dreams but otherwise I think that it, Zuulaman and The Invisible Ring make a good introduction to the main trilogy in that some of the key ideas upon ...
You're missing one crucial fact - many elements of the M-E legendarium never got to a finished form. Tolkien kept stopping, going back, and rewriting stuff, then stopping again before he finished it and changing various parts of the legendarium again.
Therefore, you will not find a single, whole, consistent and fluid narrative in Tolkien's writings. If you ...
Steven Brust himself hasn't said anything on the subject, other than to confirm that he did write Dragon to make it impossible to read the series in chronological order, and that Tiassa goes back and forward in time.(1)
However, an unofficial timeline has been compiled by Alexx Kay with much research and help that has had a lot of effort and research put ...
Chronological order = watching the movies following the in-universe timeline. Episodes 1,2,3,4,5,6,7.
By release date = watching the the movies in order of release. Episodes 4,5,6,1,2,3,7.
To be more specific, one should use the terms "in-universe chronological" or "chronological release date" to avoid ambiguity.
Based on the Mass Effect Wiki Timeline:
He Who Laughs Best
Mass Effect 1 starts...
Mass Effect Galaxy (Game)
Mass Effect 2 starts...
Mass Effect 3 starts...
Some of these ...
The Fox Network aired certain episodes from seasons one and two in a different order than originally scripted to best capitalize on potential ratings-winning episodes, thus causing some continuity errors
There are only two books about the Kingdom of Didd: The 500 Hats of Batholomew Cubbins and Bartholomew and the Oobleck. The first tells the story of how the protagonist becomes a page in the service of King Derwin, while the second tells of of a further adventure that Bartholomew has while in the king's service. They take place in the order that they were ...
Here's the chronological order of events in all Dead Space media, from my memory and this timeline on the Dead Space wiki.
Dead Space: Martyr (novel, 2010)
Dead Space: Catalyst (novel, 2012)
Dead Space (comics, 2008)
Dead Space: Downfall (film, 2008; takes place at the same time as Extraction)
Dead Space: Extraction (game and comics, 2009)
Dead Space (game, ...
The production order (and 'production code' for each episode) has been confirmed by the official Miraculous (Latin America) twitter channel.
I have been sent these screencaps a lot, and yes, they are REAL. The Swiss RTS DEUX chain has uploaded all the short synopses of Miraculous season 3 (bye many hahah surprises!) to its page.
Per twitter - ...
Wookieepedia's Timeline of canon media is a maintained list of media part of the new canon. Likewise, Timeline of Legends media lists media canonical in the Legends continuity, though I'm not sure if it includes S-canon media or not.
I am not sure if this update was available on the Pathfinder Wikia site when the question was written, but the same site now has a page that gives a suggested reading order for the books.
It states that since characters rarely reappear, it is listed in author order, and does have "read before" and "read after" categories, however it does not appear to ...
The problem I had (and still have) is that the following comics were released in only a series-internal consistent order. The comics occurring within Avengers #26 still have not been all released, and Avengers vs X-Men #4 was released prior to the majority of the other comics.
The timeline as best I can determine:
Part 1 of Avengers #26 - They head into ...
According to Wikpedia, The King's Stilts is preceded by The 500 Hats of Bartholomew Cubbins and proceded by The Seven Lady Godivas, although I believe that is the chronological order of publishing.
They also note Bartholomew and the Oobleck as being a sequel to The 500 Hats of Bartholomew Cubbins. So, my best guess is that the official order of the Kingdom ...