I'm going to warn you on this once. Your appearance list for Carnage: It's a Wonderful Life #1 is a !@#$ing mess and an example of adding a ton of junk that is of no importance to the story.
Races and Species:
You list Chickens, Pigeons, Zombies, and Bears.
What possible value would it be to list them? Are you going to create a race page for Chickens?
Half of the !@#$ you list here is garbage. These are mentions made in passing and have no actual value to the plot.
The point I'm getting at is just because something is mention in passing in a story doesn't mean it deserves a spot in the appearances section. Case in point, you aren't listing all the tables and chairs or other furniture that appears in this story in the items section. You've left the vehicles section blank even though a few vehicles appear in this story.
Edits like these are not helpful to the database. It's garbage that makes pages look messy and disorganized.
In the future, if you even go anywhere near an appearance section of a comic summary, use some common sense and only add appearances that are relevant to the plot. If you can't do that, perhaps you should leave appearance sections alone and find something else to edit.
Before you add anything else to the site, kindly go back and review your edits on comic summaries and remove all the other garbage edits you've added and make life easier for anyone who actually add some value to the issue summaries.
As an aside, don't bother going in and cleaning up It's a Wonderful Life. I'm fixing that. Last thing I need is you to go in and make edits while I'm working on it. That's one mess I'll clean up on my own, but I hope it's the last pile of garbage I have to fix that has your name in the edit history.
Despite the fact that you're right about the unnecessary extra information added to by Lord Crayak, do you really need to berate him like this?
You're part of a community, and despite the fact that you're an administrator, that doesn't give you the right to belittle fellow users with such scorn. Administrators are supposed to be leaders, not bosses. And even then, no boss should treat people like this.
With all due respect ADour, I disagree with your assessment. I don't think I was berating him, or belittling him or speaking in scorn. I was speaking sternly, granted, but I was critiquing his work. Which in terms of the edit in question is garbage in my honest opinion. You're projecting a tone and context that isn't there.
I don't see this as a personal attack. You're more than welcome to disagree with my choice of language, but don't try to undermine my point with ad hominems and tone policing.
That said, I can try to be more mindful of my tone, but I'm going to need you to stop derailing constructive conversations between admins and users, as it undermines the entire conversation. If you wish to comment on my choice of words further, please do so on my wall.
Speaking of the issue regarding the Venom of Earth-8311, what about the Venom of Earth-X. IIRC the symbiotes in that continuity are metaphysical entities created by the Celestials, which doesn't exactly match up with what little we know about the origins of the Klyntar.
Reading through the last issue of Drax, she at one says, "Hey, I bet you're wondering how I got this arm. Well... I'm not going to tell you! I may be crazy, but I'm not a cliche!" Ha. Drax later tears it off while yelling, "You are not Groot!" so I guess she lost her original arm somehow (from Venompool, I'm going to go ahead and assume) and then replaced it with a piece of a Flora colossi.
I wish I could help, but I don't recognize him, as I'm admittedly not that well-versed in Iron Fist lore (assuming that it's one of his characters). I can pass the page around and make queries on other comic book websites that I frequent, though.
The ninja is an Asian guy, That one looks like a black guy under that ninja suit, also the ninja just has a generic black suit no fist, but it can be an alternate, I asked Scott Koblish, and Gerry Duggan hopefully they answer, in my head, its Misty and Danny kid :P.
Jordan D. White was the only one to answer, he told me he thinks Scott Koblish just came up with the design, it's an unknown characters for now at least it seems, Scott, and Gerry haven't answered me(yet hopefully).
Edit: Got an answer from Scott, he said he can't reveal it, we will know on issue 25 when the series goes back to 2099.
With the exception of the Hood's Illuminati (Black Ant, Titania, Thunderball, Kid Enchantress, and of course the Hood), the supervillains can be assumed to be inmates of Pleasant Hill, especially since a majority of the villains featured were sighted or confirmed to be in Pleasant Hill (Big Wheel, Ferocia, Condor, Glob, Orrgo, Moonstone, Baron Blood, Firebrand, Absorbing Man, Whirlwind, Whiplash, Coldheart, Blood Brothers, Dragonfly, and Jack O' Lantern). The only villains from the covers that was not seen or referenced in any way are Quicksand, Ogre, Diablo, and Zzzax.
Hey I know its a pain but can I ask you to go back to your old uploads and make sure they follow naming conventions. Those that don't can you add the move tag with the correct name. If you don't know what this is it's: