In truth, I do not remember where I downloaded it 7 years ago.
Here in Italy we have a great tradition of illustrators of Disney characters, in fact there is a series of comics starring Micky Mouse (called by us "Topolino") that has surpassed the number 3300 all with original drawings by Italian authors.
Hey Since you one of the bigger contributors to this, I thought I'd ask your opinion, which do you think would be better, keeping the numerous lists such as Green Globe (Earth-928)/Members separate, or merging them all onto the new Index? My big problem is there are a couple of hundred pages with some only have a small handful of characters (Anti-Spider Squad (Earth-616)/Members this one only has one and it might be clearer to have them all in the index. We still may keep the big ones at least (NYPD, Army etc)
Hi. I noticed that you added the characters for Amazing Spider-Man Vol 5 17. I saw that one of the characters is Constrictor even though he was said to have passed away. I'm just wondering if you listed him because he turned up alive or if you mistook him for his son. Again, I'm just wondering.
hey there - I realize I‘m a bit out of the game for admin. work. But may I ask why you‘re changing the links for a proposed move before that move has been approved? That discussion has been held several times over several years and I don‘t see any cause for pre-emptive action... (but please do correct me if there is)
Some time ago I had done the exact opposite, ie I had used "Nazi Germany" where it was written "Nazi Party" because the link was active on the first, but it was immediately corrected by returning to the form " Nazi Party" (even if the link was not active, which is not yet), to which I imagined that the proposed move was final and it was only a matter of time for it to be carried out.
From now on, I will not make any more moves about it, but I will wait for the definitive development of the matter.
Hey, Why have you been deleting characters from the Index, I had assumed you were giving them pages but these edits just seem to be you deleting them, Why? And if there is a reason, please go to the corresponding comic and delete the link to the index
If you look carefully at the characters you think I have deleted, I have simply moved them to their group edit. For example in this case if you look in Character Index/J and then go on to the Character Index/J#Jim subgroup you will see them all inside.
I simply followed the guidelines that preceded me in editing the Character Index.
At least two of them ended up fully deleted, since there Image ended up in Special:UnusedFiles (Jim (Civil War) is the one that I noticed) so I had assumed more, could you look through and see any that may have been accidentally deleted are restored please. Thanks
Where did you get the information for the "Kenneth Reilly (Earth-982)" article? I'm told by multiple users that there's no mention of this character in the Darkdevil handbook entry from Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A-Z #3, which seemed like the most plausible source...
I went to comb through various comics and in fact I did not find traces of Kenneth Reilly (apart from a French site where even there he is listed as a brother of Darkdevil, even if it contradicts in the first line of its history where it is written " Reilly Tyne is the only child of Ben Reilly and Elizabeth Tyne ").
You seem to be adding a lot of false mentions/references/invocations lately, so I'm intending for this to remind you what each of those are in hopes you'll stop adding them incorrectly henceforth.
Mentions and invocations must be spoken aloud. If it's part of the narration or something that's thought, but not actually spoken, then it's not a mention nor invocation and you shouldn't use Template:Mentioned nor Template:Invoked to denote them.
References are like mentions, only they're not actually spoken, so if it's in narration or thought, that's a reference and uses Template:Referenced.
Lastly, mentions/references/invocations must be specific to the species, not just a random representative of the species without explicitly including the species, for them to be listed as well.
So for example, "Their king is Black Bolt." would render solely:
It is related to Odin Borson. On his personal entry page among the Origins it is written that he is "Asgardian Son of an Aesir and Frost Giantess", so I thought that he is rightly a hybrid between an Asgardian and a Storm Giant.
If you think this is wrong, let me know so I will avoid adding it in the future.
He is, but if they don't mention that in the comic, then it's not a mention that should be listed on the appearance list of said comic because it wasn't actually mentioned. That's the entire point of this thread. Merely discussing a character that happens to be of a given species does not count as a species mention unless the species is actually discussed.
You're practically telling me that if in a story Galactus is only mentioned, does not his race automatically necessarily have to be unless it is officially declaimed? This should be true even if, for example, a Skrull appears in a story, but the word Skrull is not written anywhere!
As for the locations, it was done only for a question of order. The State of belonging of the relative city was logical to me to imply. Otherwise if the city of New York is drawn, but not the State, the State of New York should be omitted regardless, always for the same logic.
However I will pay attention to any changes concerning the issues.
Yes, as I said multiple times in this thread, a race is only mentioned if it is actually mentioned, and mentions need to be spoken aloud, not thought of, not included in narration, mentioned out loud only. It's different than an appearance, where if a race appears, then it obviously appears.
As for locations, if a city is mentioned, but not the State, then the city is mentioned, but not the State. It isn't rocket science, please stop making up stuff that isn't being said by anyone in the comic. Thanks.