If you're going to keep creating pages, please do not leave them as simple stubs. Stubs don't provide any meaningful value to the wiki and thus shouldn't be created. If you don't have the time or the will to properly create pages, just don't create them at all. Someone will eventually do that for us.
Sorry, but I really can't understand (perhaps because of the linguistic difficulty) where these stubs would be (for me stubs is synonymous with the part of a check, receipt, ticket, or other document torn off and kept as a record). Lately I try to recover characters from about 10 years ago, mostly in the Character Index, and therefore I also try to limit the story of the character given the limited space. As for the characters with their personal edit, sometimes I find it difficult to correctly describe their history or characteristics, however I try to recover the character itself rather than leaving it on the back burner, always hoping that someone with better skills than mine can describe its history in a correct and explanatory way. But if you think this is wrong, please let me know and I will refrain from editing characters whose story I cannot explicitly complete.
We call stubs pages that only have their infoboxes filled. You've been creating stubs not just for characters, but for locations (and possibly other page types) as well. Our Article Guidelines discourages the creation of such pages, as our purpose is to provide as much information as possible. If you can't fill any type of page (be it for a character or location) beyond the infobox, then you shouldn't create it. Leaving its creation for another person is no different than creating the page as a stub, and expecting someone else to fill the rest for you later. With that said, please refrain from creating pages you cannot complete.
If English is the only issue, you did great with Brother Zed (Earth-616) and if there are major issues, others will try and fix them. (Don't look at me for that, while I'm a native English speaker, others fix my lack of grammer) I do think it would be a good idea that instead of creating new pages, to look back through Category:Character History Needed pages you have created previously and getting them up to scratch.
Yes, what Copeinator said. We're a community after all. If you have a hard time with English, you can always reach out to someone for help. Write whatever you can and publish it, it's better than leaving the page blank. If there are errors in what you wrote, someone will eventually fix it, no problem. You can also try to focus on things that you don't need to come up with something to write, like creating comic pages or filling/revising lists of appearances of old comic books.
OK. I will try to recover the various characters of which I have not completed the edit and will try to complete it to the best of my ability (of course, however, there are many in fact). As for creating comic pages or filling / revising lists of appearances of old comic books, it's not a problem since I already do it regularly.
Maybe you noticed that I started to insert the stories of the characters I had created and that I had just omitted to edit their stories, but I started in alphabetical order (I'm still at A, unfortunately I realized I had omitted too many), however if for any need you want me to anticipate the characters you have listed let me know and I'll pass them by.
Many in Italian (especially those from the 70s and 80s), almost all (if not all of them) from 1989 to 2010 and most of the last few years online (Italian and American). Many trade paperbacks, especially those from the Golden Age. But to do all the editing I also use the Internet medium
I too had doubts about Gloria's move to the Character Appendix, being the first person officially named "mutant" (at least as far as I know). Probably because of this, she should have a page just for her, perhaps underlining the pseudonym given to her in the title of "Weird Woman"
Yep, I added a few notes but kept them hidden as I wanted to complete the paragraph mentioning her as the possible first mutant (in concept, if not in name), but I still haven't found a copy of the issue to confirm anything (I'm reluctant to take anything on the Internet for granted if I can't read it myself).
I get we're in agreement here? (if not, I'm of course open to argumentation!)
You uploaded this file back in 2012, and I was trying to overwrite it with a larger version, but it gave me a permission error. Is there anything you can do to allow the larger photo to be added in its stead?
I don't know what kind of mistake it gives you. You probably named the file with the same wording. If so, just replace "Carl Creel (Earth-20051) from Marvel Adventures Fantastic Four Vol 1 17 0001.jpg" with "Carl Creel (Earth-20051) from Marvel Adventures Fantastic Four Vol 1 17 0002.jpg". Another type of error could be the too similarity of the two images, in this case you should ask an administrator how to solve the problem.
Hello. As someone who added La Lunatica (Earth-928) appearance to 2099: Manifest Destiny Vol 1 1, could you please help me identify her on the page? I can find no person matching her appearance on the big team shot pages, but I see two other women in tank tops (one has blue skin and white hair, the other has white eyes and black hait with a white streak) whom I do not recognize. Same goes for all of the Lawless (Reverend, Mongrel, Broken Haiku, Victor Ten Eagles) - I am unable to find anyone matching their appearance. Since Manifest Destiny has been officially placed in Earth-96943, new pages will need to be created for each of those characters. I would appreciate any help in identifying who is who, as I have never read X-Men 2099 myself. Thank you. HBK123 (talk) 15:51, October 9, 2019 (UTC)
The Lunatica is the character with blue skin and white hair, while the one with black hair and white streak is Strange, the Supreme Sorceress of that universe. I am attaching an image of La Lunatica from X-Men 2099 #31 to her Images Gallery where you can compare it with the character in 2099: Manifest Destiny
Thanks, got it! What about the Lawless though - so far I have only found the Mongrel in a bottom of one panel. I'm fairly certain as to who Ruth Ogada and Anesthesia Jones are supposed to be, but not Reverend, Haiku or Victor Ten Eagles.
On the same page where you noticed Mongrel, in the first greenish colored panel appear Broken Haiku (the woman with the curcuits on the face) and Reverend (you can see it from the priest's collar), while along with Mongrel appears Victor Ten Eagle, the one with the headset and the microphone.
I have to correct myself, Victor Ten Eagle is in the reddish panel on page 33, the character with the bionic arm upside down, while the one sitting with the headset is Krystalin. As for the girl with green skin, I'm sorry but I don't remember ever seeing her.
This is related to the move of Shannon Andrews Ballesteros or to the correction of the two characters of the same name by Albert Poole? As for the first, it seemed trivial enough to adapt the page to her real name and use the previous one as Shannon Andrews as a redirect. I know it is against the Terms of Service copying the new information in the new pages but being a real person I thought I would do no harm. However, I will keep from doing it again if a similar situation occurs again.
As for the second case, the two characters being completely different (as evidenced in the two different entries on Appendix), I simply added a specific suffix for one of the two characters so as to create two different entries.
I understand you're reasoning but there is still a process for moving pages so please abide by it, as one our most prolific editors having you follow our rules makes it easier for newer users to follow. For future cases, I'm happy to move the page for you, since you do a lot to help with the Index