THIS professor was never named in the Sentry comics. I suggest to simply rename the page "The Professor". Naming it "Professor Cornelius" would be a mistake because Cornelius Worth (another Sentry ally) is a completely different character.
The Professor was identified as having the surname Cornelius in Sentry Vol 3 #3, but I think you may be correct that it was conflating characters. Either way, how best to resolve the situation should be discussed on the article's talk page.
It was probably an oversight of the writer. It should be noted that, in the Sentry's second miniseries, the unnamed professor and Cornelius Worth appeared TOGETHER in the same panel. Also, i deem quite unrealistic that they share exactly the same name. So it was maybe an oversight. Thank you for supporting this question.
Hi. I see that some TV episode pages have a still picture as the main image, while others feature a short trailer video instead. Which one is the proper and more preferrable way to do it? Would be it be appropriate for me to swap one for another so that episodes have more recognizeable images in category lists and such? HBK123 (talk) 10:22, December 27, 2018 (UTC)
As an unofficial rule, which we've had since 'Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.', is that we have a preview video as the "main image", assuming there is one available. That only really happens for shows that are released weekly, like 'AoS', 'Cloak & Dagger', and season 1 of 'Runaways'.
However that was mainly as a default because usually high resolution images of said images wouldn't be available immediately when said episodes comes out.
So for those that have videos, you can go ahead and replace with images. But remember to have the preview videos as part of the "| Recommended = " that is at the bottom of episode pages as a gallery. Much like how Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Season 5 11 does.
Quick question: I'm currently rewatching season 2 of 'Runaways', and in episode 9 is where Karolina starts hearing a voice calling for her, which she at first confuses for Nico. Is that voice meant to be Xavin, or the fourth unknown Gibborim? At first I thought it was the former, but then I realized that Xavin isn't fully shown until episode 11, which is where they start looking for Karolina.
The way I understand it is that Xavin has been trying to telepathically reach Karolina ever since episode 2 7, but that's just a theory. There were also hints as to most of the kids being possibly possessed (Nico having a different relationship with the Staff of One, Gert being sick, Chase choosing to leave the team, Alex becoming more violent), so initially I too assumed Karolina that was dealing with an internal parasite as well, but my understanding of it changed when she actually ran into Xavin. HBK123 (talk) 17:37, December 28, 2018 (UTC)
Also with Gert being sick because of being linked with Old Lace what she was sprayed by, and Nico being affected by the staff (like talking her in to killing Jonah, by whatever not disclosed by Tina regarding the staff). Although with those two on a second viewing it was obvious it wasn't because of the Gibborim, which I didn't think it was on first viewing along with Chase leaving. Although like you mentioned I did realize with Alex being more violent how that may be a hint.
But I wouldn't be surprised if said Gibborim chose to impregnate itself inside of Leslie, in order to be born in a body as a hybrid a la Karolina. I started to think that because I noticed that Leslie's belly was getting bigger unusually fast, unless I have the time-span wrong.
I try to not to put my personal theories on wiki pages, having been burned by it in another fandom. Unless something is stated pretty clearly in the source, sometimes it's better not to put into at all than add speculative stuff that can then spread to other places. HBK123 (talk) 18:22, December 28, 2018 (UTC)
Yeah it's always better to just wait (for this case assuming it's getting renewed). Like I remember when season 1 ended, one user added to Karolina and Jonah's pages that they were Majesdinians. But with the creative liberties they've gone with the show compared to the source material, I figured they were going with something else, so I just held it off until then.
Hey, I was wondering if we could create a dedicated template for video web series that Marvel puts out on places like their YouTube channel that aren't full "shows"? Series' like Marvel Top 10 and Marvel Becoming. Currently we have them jury-rigged into being written using the Series List template, but that template is obviously not made for the kind of content these pages are writing about and they look very weird and confusing.
The template would only need an infobox and a few sections, like Episodes, History, Format, and maybe an optional Trivia or Notes section. A short Overview section (that would be unmarked by any Heading when the page is actually viewed) at the top of the page would also be super nice, to give a short paragraph of explanation of what the video series is.
One of the biggest differences between this and the current Series List template would be that this one doesn't have "Seasons" for every episode. We're forcing most of the current shows into "Seasons" right now which looks super odd as a reader because most of these are short little videos that aren't part of some sort of "Season". Seasons should be the exception and not the rule in this case.
I would love to hear what you think, I think this template could be something the Wiki could really benefit from! If there's another admin you feel is better fit for creating this template, feel free to direct me to them. If this template does get created we could also create a simple little template for web series episodes (that have maybe one or two sections to it). Thanks a bunch!
This user had commenced a civil discussion which I contributed to about the Morbius movie in development and the topic shifted to the cancelled Silver & Black film which I revealed to him as not happening. He disregarded my statement and argued against my personal thoughts with bias against the films in development. I told him Morbius was still happening in development while Silver & Black wasn't, to which he replied "No shit sherlock. I'm talking about the Black Cat and the Silver Sable films." I told him his language was intolerable, to which he responded "What language?".
No need to apologize, you were just the first discussion mod I thought of that could give us a better idea if there's a legit issue we need to address here or if it's more of a minor dispute between users that just needs a "knock it off" to resolve. ^_^
I noticed that the characters of Betty (Earth-700974) and that of Kelly (Earth-700974) from the 1979 The Thing cartoon got mixed up. The picture and stats on the Betty (Earth-700974) page are those of Kelly. I tried to revise the entry but couldn't easily rename the pages title itself from Betty to Kelly as it should be so I reverted it back to it's original version and gave up, but this discrepancy does warrant attention and corrections. Thank you.
Frapsap (talk) 21:20, September 23, 2018 (UTC)Frapsap
I had asked about Hope Pym and Nadia van Dyne getting separate pages on Talk:Hope Pym, and the coversation had come to a conclusion that Red Queen would be the main counterpart on Hope Pym's page with the alternates of Hope and Nadia on the page, while Nadia had her own page for differentiation just like Gwen Stacy has her own page while Spider-Gwen has her own page linking back to Gwen Stacy through the related header. Seeing how the page was finally unprotected, I took it upon myself to see the changes that fit what was discussed on the talk page. If you read the talk page I linked to above, the last statement by User:Edward Zachary Sunrose actually makes sense, and I enacted that statement in my edits, thus resolving my question on the talk page. If you understand, than I would appreciate for my edits to be reverted back to as I had them, or I will be fine with a few minor changes that you see fit, as well.
I replied on the talk page, but I'll reiterate my position here. I believe multiple disamgibuations for a single character is unnecessarily confusing and thus see no compelling reason for that to be our policy.
The reason why I believed it was necessary was because Hope Pym/Red Queen was the inspiration for Hope van Dyne in the Ant-Man film. Than Hope van Dyne was the inspiration for Nadia van Dyne/Wasp in the comics, while Hope also became Wasp later on in the MCU. Both Hope and Nadia have become Wasp and their inspirations are tied to Hope Pym/Red Queen, but Hope and Nadia are distinctively different characters while multiple alternates to their own versions that differentiate from Red Queen, which is why Hope van Dyne-Pym was on one page with Nadia (due to her also being inspired from Red Queen indirectly), while Nadia got her own page to distinct her from Hope van Dyne/Wasp as they are distinctively separate characters at this point. I just hope this makes sense.
On Talk:Hope Pym I made a new decision that Hope and Nadia are the same alternates, but are both alternates to Red Queen who should be the main character on the Hope Pym page instead of Nadia. Nadia will get her own page if she is seen as a distinct separate character from Hope in a official Marvel comic, TV show, or film without any Multiverse being involved.
I don't disagree with you, but the consensus seems to be to move the entire disambiguation to "Nadia Van Dyne" with "Hope Pym" and "Hope Van Dyne" as redirects, thus it makes sense to have the current Wasp as the eventual main.
Okay, but Hope van Dyne isn't a Nadia alternate, and the average user would be confused as to why Hope van Dyne would be listed as an alternate to the mainstream Nadia. Plus, that rectifies the previous statement of a Nadia page entirely. I just see it that if Nadia is the main character, she shouldn't have Hope van Dyne be listed as her direct alternate, but rather their two disambig pages are linked together through the "Related" header as done beforehand. It just makes sense to me and I'm still not disregarding their distinct similarities, but I feel like this is extremely convoluted mostly thanks to the wiki's policy.
Still listen to my previous statement, but if Nadia is the main Wasp, than shouldn't she be represented as such on the Wasp disambig page, while Hope van Dyne/Pym is treated with her own page as a separate yet distinctly similar version to Nadia's Wasp.
Nadia and Hope can be alternates of eachother, but if Nadia is to be the main character, than she deserves her page as "Nadia Van Dyne" and not "Hope Pym", but instead of having "Hope Pym" and "Hope van Dyne" redirect to "Nadia Van Dyne", they could instead be contained in the "Hope Pym" page with Red Queen as the main character, while the Hopes are listed there, and the "Related" header keeps Hope Pym and Nadia van Dyne's pages linked due to their similarites. I'm not trying to disregard you, and I understand your statements and how Nadia/Hope both correlate to Red Queen, and I see that Nadia means Hope, but due to their names being different, and with the Nadia page being made, the Hopes should be separate yet connected to the Nadia page to prevent further inconsistencies like this.
Again, they're all iterations of the same character, so I see no need for multiple disambiguations. Personally I think it should stay "Hope Pym" and the Red Queen should be the main, but it's not up to just me, so I'll accept the community consensus if it's in favor of the "Nadia Van Dyne" format instead.