Just a heads up that the narration boxes for the Scourge misidentify nearly every member in Major X #3. (Vance Rebus is noted as Mega-Max, Mega-Max is noted as Pigskin, Pigskin is noted as Deadeye Dick, and Deadeye Dick is noted as Vance Rebus.)
I figured I'd say something since the image of Vance Rebus that you uploaded you misnamed Deadeye Dick.
Don't you think they would've fixed that mistake after they reprinted the issues in Major X Vol 1 0. Also Mini Max looks like a smaller version of Mega Max from the original and the both of them worked in conjunction to take down Wolverine. I considered continuity error and went with the original issue names.
Because I am in the middle of writing it as I write this to you. I have been working on all the Warp World characters and they don't like pages being created without the history automatically attached to it and the infobox fully filled out which you didn't do either of those so I am just letting you know thats what the admins mean as low edit effort. Just trying to be helpful.
No I did not say I'm an admin. What I said is you originally did not put up a picture, didn't fully fill out the infobox and didn't add no history right away. This is what one of the admins would say to you. I'm only trying to convey that.
There wasn't no reference I tried to track down exactly what creature he summoned to attack the the Great Society. And I based it on Kathulos due to 2 not really criteria but the best I can surmise and I know something as old as the New Avengers issue no one have tried to establish what that beast was anyways it's physical characteristics resemble Kathulos in my opinion ans the second thing was the incantation Doctor Strangeused to summon it. I believe it went something like this, K'ooth Ul D'Ayn, Yool D'ayn Hat Whuurl. And Strange had a ancient grimoire with a picture of the character. He mentioned that all he saw before him was The Abyss. So if it isn't Kathulos then could you help me track down what it actually was and also there was an ancient sect that Strange visited so he could sell his soul for the power to deal with the incursion but after the tall pale woman saw that he had no more soul to bargain she sent him away so I'm intrigued to find out what that race of supernatural creatures that he tried to bargain with. I had hoped that my research was on target because no one ever listed the thing on the issue's page and Hickman really hasn't delve into that either. I thought the creature was as old as Hyborian age era but the rest is very vague. I just tried to put a name to a face the best that I could.
Thanks Undoniel, it has also intrigued since the day the issue came out but no one ever tried to get information about it to establish what it exactly was. I also have been interested in knowing what happened to the Great Society. They had more members that had died like the grave the Rider created for one of their fallen.
The Society claimed that they have survived 3 incursions but Beast replied back that they had only witnessed 2 of them through Richards' Bridge. Iron Man asked what happened during the third one but I believe the Rider said that they didn't want to talk about it. This peaked my interest also I had hoped that the Society would have gotten a mini-series by Hickman to help flesh out the characters even more and actually show what happened during that 3rd incursion. Plus Sun God being labeled as a post-universal being and Brevoort chimed in that Zoran was actually from another universe who came to Earth-4290001 under unknown circumstances like when Hyperion was the only survivor from his universe but was pulled into Earth-616 by A.I.M.'s Auger. I have asked Hickman about some of this concerns but he's not one who would tweet back for clarification.
I've reread the issue thrice and do not see anywhere that it implies Wyndham has been resurrected.
As seen here, Red notes he died and is part of their group in Hell in spite of his being dead by the grace of Mephichthon, then a few pages later you can see Rogers notes he's still dead here yet again. (The whole point of the story is that it's an alliance of the dead and undead against the living.)
Please provide the panel where you claim "Dormammu Red said that Mephichthon brought him back."
I'm not even going to entertain the thought of your discussion, why don't you try and help create some of these pages then? Nobody else does but when I do everyone automatically come out of the wood work and went to change or critique the work. No wonder why people want to do low quality edits.
I don't agree, Mephichthon brought his soul back from somewhere and for him to attack in the physical realm means something and I don't think we will ever see eye to eye on much. Just the role of the dice.
His soul was in Hell, as was the meeting of the dead and undead from various Hell realms; meanwhile, during the attack on the physical realm, Wyndham's explicitly noted as still being dead by the mystic that can see such things, as seen in the panel provided in this original post.
Cool I was going to ask if you could split the info from Tutu Pele to what she actually is since you did the page, that way the credit won't be lost by someone else creating the page and moving the text.
I still need to add appearances for this week's issue, but I probably can't do it today, going to work soon (maybe someone else will in the meantime).
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Hi, I noticed you undid someone's edit on War of the Realms: Uncanny X-Men Vol 1 2 about Hope and Banshee being listed as MLF members, saying they had joined the X-Men at that point. But they don't actually rejoin the X-Men until Uncanny X-Men Vol 5 16, which, though it came out before the issue in question, takes place chronologically after the War of Realms issues. Should they still be listed as X-Men members if they weren't considered members until #16?
I saw you reverted the edits I made under the powers section. I understand your logic, and it works for characters like Cyclops and Iceman, but for characters like Angel and Beast (with cosmic fire wings and mysticism, both of which differ from their present-day counterparts) (and Jean's pink Phoenix force is a remnant of her past self as well) leads me to believe that they need a different power director, since the 616 links give misleading information.
I'm not sure what you mean? They fully addressed it in the issue I cited. The characters returned to their proper place in the timeline, and their minds integrated such that they now share all memories as a result, all of which happened after Kid Cable severed Angel's vortex wings and replaced them with Mimic's.
Uncanny X-Factor keeps on changing the time displaced X-Men from Earth-TRN727 and comparing them to Earth-TRN240 counterparts even though I keep on telling him that they merged with their 616 selves. Is there any way to stop this edit war or maybe put a temporary block on these pages?
Hey, we recently switched over to a new template for disambiguations, DisambiguationFull it auto adds alternate versions of characters (if they have the same name) so we no longer need to use alternative see Rockslide and recent edits for my point. You only need to touch the page for it to appear, or it will automatically appear after a certain (yet unknow) period of time.
Edits are never gone unless you navigate away from the page, which would be entirely your fault, never another editors'. If there's an edit conflict, you simply need to scroll down to the bottom of the page to find your work.