Hey Artful Dodger! My name is Marcus, and I'm the Fandom Wiki Manager for this fine database. My job is to help the community by being liaison to full-time Fandom staff (no takeovers by staff or anything). If you ever have a question or issue relating to the wiki, editing, etc., feel free contact me on my message wall. I've already contacted a few other admins. If you have any further quesstions about my role as a wiki manager, don't hesitate to ask!
About 50 of those characters were in a single issue and only appeared as images on a poster that said they were slain. I kept a mention of them in the image they came from and on the main Earth-10076 page they were on, but I cleaned out the rest. Also, several of them were speculative only since you only see their eyes or hair in the poster image.
I kept the characters that had real appearances and actually did things in the story arc, but the rest was not necessary.
Ok, I was just wondering, since we have pages for characters from alternate realities which are merely mentioned or referenced. I agree some of them aren't obvious, but I would have kept the ones who were
To add to this Earth-811 has several characters who exclusively appear on that style poster, though those are named, I'd still say Beast, Storm, Wolverine, Professor X are all obviously who they look like
Hey Artful I added a new request for a move of 4 characters pages, I would do them myself, but one of them has a lot of links so I need the bot help, just explaining why I'm not doing it myself, thanks.
Hello, I would like to ask what the policy is on naming articles for Marvel Staff members? I see that most of them are named simply "John Smith", but some are named in the manner of "John Smith (Earth-1218)". I initially though that Earth-1218 designation is only applied to those who also have comic counterparts, but that doesn't seem to be the case either, as quite a lot of them have no disambiguation pages. Which one is the correct way to create articles? HBK123 (talk) 12:34, February 8, 2019 (UTC)