Hi. I've added some quotes to the X-23 comic book pages. It's been going well so far, but when I added BlockQuote to X-23 Vol 3 15, I didn't get any pictures on the characters that were talking. It was the first time I did that, and since I've seen other conversations with character pictures I thought I did something wrong. Could you please tell me how to add pictures to BlockQuotes?
Also, I see that you've restored links to certain subjects that I've previously removed to them being extremely minor and having no major relevance in the story (such as the Witness Tree or the murder victims who never appear on page in any form). For future reference, is there some sort of specific policy on this wiki towards either hyperinclusionism ("Articles for everything, no matter how minor!") or not favoring unnecessary articles for minor subjects?
From what I recall, the law enforcement agency is never identified as a sheriff's department in the comics and I don't believe "Officer" Bobby is ever called a deputy there either. (That being said, the location and vehicles would suggest that name makes more sense than what they are called and I believe I had them listed as such before the comics identified them otherwise.)EDIT: From a cursory review, I do see Bobby called a deputy in the issue recaps, so if we do rename the organization links and consider the on panel "Burns P.D." an alias, then we'll need to be sure to add a qualifier to the location for disambiguation and delete tags to the older term categories as well.
Not sure about the tree, but the Night Cathedral, the Yukon Trailer Park, the Tarrack, and Claremont Taxidermy are definitely all plot relevant locations; meanwhile, all the murder victims are given full names and appear at least once on panel.
Unfortunately the guidelines have all been moved around during a recent overhaul, so I'm not sure where some stuff is even located anymore, but as a general rule things that have a specific name and appear on panel should be given articles, particularly when they're plot relevant like murder victims in a murder mystery.
The story is the same, but the presentation is different. For example, the killer is never identified as a Wendigo (the agents suspect him to be another Mutant), the flashback/narration structure is changed, many of the locations which are given proper names as sings on-panel are only named informally in-passing ("the hospital" etc.). Most notably, the ending is very truncated, as the entire last episode (which is the longest one) is compressed into just three comic pages, so the resolutions for several supporting characters ended up simply dropped.
Hi. Back then, when I created new template for disambiguation, I transformed "Template:Number to Name/1"-"Template:Number to Name/7" into Module:Disambiguation/Realities and Template:Number to Name now uses it and function from Module:Disambiguation. So, "Template:Number to Name/1"-"Template:Number to Name/7" are no longer needed. I left a message on these pages, but people still update them (and Module:Disambiguation/Realities). Today I have changed the message, to make it more clear that these templates are no longer needed, but, perhaps, it would be better to simply delete them?
Quick question. Why is it that you guys go by handbook on some characters but not on others? I mean marvel doesn’t even do handbooks anymore. I’m not trying to argue or anything but it really perplexes me, like when it comes to non-powered heroes like Daredevil, Hawkeye, Falcon, Punisher And others you label them “ Peak human “ but if you look at the handbooks they don’t have any of those characters classified as peak human, I’ve even checked your citations and none have any of those guys you guys mentioned as “ Peak human “.
The only characters who are labeled as that was Captain America and Black Panther, however, if you look at the marvel website they state that Captain America has superhuman powers. Also, The Infinity formula did not enhance Bucky to peak anything, that’s not what that formula does. I’m guessing that y’all label these guys I mentioned peak because of their comic feats but why not do the same for Captain America? All I’m saying is that you’re rankings are wrong and you’re sources are outdated.
Also, In the handbooks doesn’t it state that anyone who can lift more than 800lbs is considered to have enhanced strength? 800lbs to Cap is literally nothing. I just want to know why.
And please don’t give no scans proving your point as to why y’all are still going by handbooks that were created in 2005-2007, because then I’ll just post scans showing you guys that all these characters who you rank in certain places are not classified as what y’all say in the handbooks you guys claimed you heard it from.
Characters should be ranked by comic feats and consistency. Captain America is literally the most consistent character in marvel. If you guys allow me, I can edit Cap’s power grid and provide proof for all he’s done to justify it and I know I can do it because y’all did it for Bucky with zero explanation and false information.
Crossbones as well, Crossbones is not enhanced, never was.
“ Whetner or not Bucky’s got some enhancements in the past and blah blah “ no proof, no explanation, just assumptions.
For character deaths, we list in their info box if it was mentioned or off panel, but do we list if they appeared as a corpse w/out an explination of their death? I dont think so, but another user keeps saying im wrong, so I juat want some clarification.
Personally I don't think it should matter if it's a flashback (which I've seen increasingly done as late) and I've never seen anyone list if it was a corpse whether there's an explanation or not, the only reason I can see that mentioned and off-panel should be listed is because they suggest to the reader not to expect to see what happened if they look up that issue.
An editor named HipperMario and myself have been having a discussion on the Venom (Klyntar) (Earth-616) talk page regarding what to do about the contradictory elements of the symbiote's backstory, information stated on Twitter, details that were only mentioned once and have never been brought up again, and stuff that's (possibly) been retconned. I feel we may have reached something of an impasse, so I'm wondering if you or one of the other admins/mods might be able to weigh in on matters?
I was already keeping an eye on the discussion and had brought it to the attention of the rest of the AdMod team, but took a moment to voice my opinion on the present state of the origin publicly on the talk page there and have encouraged others to do so as well.