Copying content that another person wrote and attempting to pass it off as your own is plagiarism by definition and a violation of Fandom's terms of service. Please cease this practice and at the very least note the article the original text came from in the edit summary in order to credit the original editor for their work. Thanks.
Dear AnnabellRice, the only reason I inadvertently copied certain content (with fewer lines than the TWO warnings you wrote) was to avoid possible grammatical errors, as I am not a frequent writer of this language, unfortunately. I clarify that: It is not my intention to do this deliberately and continuously (if I had this behavior before, it was a mistake), and that I just wanted to add information that I thought should be added to the page you created. I sincerely apologize to the author of that text and hope that my infringement has not done much harm. Thank you for letting me know.
You keep on editing Incredible Hulk Vol 2 on issues that I'm writing the issue summaries. It creates edit conflicts. I have lost summaries twice because you went in an edited a comic that I was working on before I could save it. I get that you're going in and making quick fixes to some of the links and definitions, but it's interfering with my work. I'm going to be working through the rest of the series and we could be working against each other. So if you could refrain from making edits to anything I haven't touched yet that would be greatly appreciated.
In my last editions, I just corrected a few words (Intelligencia was spelled wrong in Incredible Hulk Vol 2 #76; it was written antagonist when there was more than one in Incredible Hulk Vol 2 #78) and eliminated repetitions (Monster Island was placed twice in Incredible Hulk Vol 2 #78). You had already edited all those pages before the changes I made. The only pages I edited before you today were Incredible Hulk Vol 2 #80 and Incredible Hulk Vol 2 #81 (I replaced villains with the term antagonists). If this messed up your work, I'm sorry. I can’t ignore mistakes like the ones I've presented now (unless you also notice them), but I can wait until you've finished your summaries.