I noticed the Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes (animated series) episodes were out of order for season 2. Episode 21 is actually episode 15 and there were a couple more out of order. There was a discussion on the page, but nothing was ever resolved. I brought this up to ADour earlier but haven't gotten a response. I only bring this up cause on Disney+ the episodes are also out of order for season 2 so I don't want people to be confused if they come here looking for the correct listing and find another similarly incorrect listing.
I replied on the talk page, but I've never watched the cartoon and am absolutely swamped with things to do at the moment, so am not in a position to handle manually moving all the links to seven different episodes, sorry.
I cleared out the New York State minor appearances category except for Marvel Minute Season 1 1 through 11. Due to certain links on the pages, I triggered some sort of spam filter that prevented me from editing the page. Can you or somewhere else change "New York State" to "New York (State)"?
Fandom now prohibits the use of Bitly, Inc. links, because people were using them to bypass the site's filters, so whenever we come across old links to that website, they'll simply need to be replaced by their target URL instead, in order for the article to conform to Fandom's revised Terms of Service and allow future edits. (Anyway, I don't have time to do that tonight, but I'm fairly certain that's what the issue is with those webisode articles in question.)
Sorry for the mistake, I really thought that was the name of the arc. I updated the Venom: Hunted issues to remove the story arc category related to this page, and I also removed all content from the Venom: The Hunted Category page.
Should I remove all the contents and the categories from the Venom: The Hunted Story Arc page too?
Their format at the time was misleading, for example people were including characters killed by Matt Murdock in realities where he never became Daredevil in the "Killed by Daredevil" category, so per this thread they were deleted, in part because categories cannot be renamed, so it was easier to simply delete them and potentially replace them if someone came up with a format that would not be so misleading at some point in the future.
The Maker was talking about the symbiotes, not the hosts who bonded to them, so why make mention of Pat Mulligan, Tanis Nieves, and Claire Dixon? None of them appear in the issue, and when the symbiotes are shown in the recap they're all without hosts.
If you go back and look at the actual issues being recapitulated, I'd contend the seeming hostlessness of floating heads is merely artistic license, for example, Toxin was birthed directly onto Pat, Scorn didn't turn purple until bonded to Tanis, Claire never lost Raze until death, and Sleeper didn't have lime accents nor defined eyes until bonded to Eddie.
We were just discussing this on the Discord channel, it sent them 2000 years into the past, then later Storm was able to go to Nehanda's Lattice without having to travel through the anomaly, meaning the Intergalactic Empire of Wakanda's history is set in the Prime Marvel Universe's past.
I added it for consistency and to clarify which N'Jadaka, in part because vague article names like Bucky's Mother (Earth-616), that have nothing to do with the Bucky everything thinks of when you say "Bucky," annoy me.
It has been confirmed that “Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order” is set in a different continuity, and therefore a different Earth, than the previous 2 Ultimate Alliance games, which are set on Earth-6109. Just wondering if this page is giving it a TRN anytime soon