While reading the Appendix's entry on Earth-7642, I remembered that you covered the WildC.A.T.s/X-Men crossover here in the wiki. The entry includes some information that I think clashes with the information you added to the pages from this event, and it would require some of the Earth-7642 pages to have information pertaining the fourth issue removed from them.
"The fourth issue in the X-Men/WildC.A.T.s crossover takes place in the year 2019. As such, it is treated here like any alternate/divergent future, and is not neccessarily part of the reality seen in the other books."
When Donny Cates was asked about the birth dates in the Ravencroft prison reports on one of Ryan Stegman's podcast episodes, he said they were just references to when the characters first appeared IRL and not meant to be taken as their actual dates of birth -- or else Cletus Kasady would only be 26 years old, and have been ~17 when he first became Carnage.
I'm not sure the image being used for the Grendel symbiote -- the red-saturated cover of Absolute Carnage #1 -- is the best fit for the character info box, but I'm not sure if there's a better image on the wiki. I'd personally suggest the panel from Absolute Carnage #1 showing Cletus Kasady bonding Norman Osborn to it, since that shows off Dark Carnage, Carnage, and the Symbiote Doppelgangers all at once, but we don't have a textless version of it on the wiki.
I suppose the cover is better; covers are normally preferable. Honestly, it's just depends on whether you prefer showing all current hosts or just the "main" host. I'll leave it to you to decide, but I do want to mention that Luke Cage utilizes a similar textless-with-a-title image.
My main issue with the cover is that it doesn't give a good look at Cletus' Dark Carnage form. If we're going to use a cover, I'd personally recommend using one of the alternates that shows him as more than just a silhouette.
Also, I've heard a rumour that Marvel is not going to be putting out textless versions of comic covers anymore, which if true means using them as go-to images for character infoboxes won't be possible anymore.
Which leads me to question the policy of using cover images for the character infoboxes. If the covers clearly and accurately display the character's most-recent, that's one thing, but if they don't...
Well then we'd opt to use an interior image. If no image of the the current outfit is available, or it's only in clunky minor appearances, then we'd go with their last look [in that alias if possible]. We'd only use a non canon or conjecture, but on covers look if it's all we have.
The Iron Tech Armor that appears in the image you've changed it back to is the original from 2002 and features an image of him as he appeared at that time in one of his earliest appearances, not the version from Secret Wars and post Secret Wars (which shows up 3 times in his sparse appearances in recent years as far as I'm aware) over a decade later so I thought having a clear and more recent image that reflected the characters appearance as it was for a greater length of time made sense. If you really want to change it to one with the 'new' version of the armor perhaps one that actually shows it, and not a 2002 image, could be found and applied instead.
This wiki doesn't do the legacy image format, rather it prefers to use the latest outfit. And if we don't have one, meaning the armor has been updated past the looks in Iron Tech Armor (Earth-1610)/Gallery, then we'd have to use the second latest look. In this case, we would use an image of Tony in the Future Foundation Armor.
Even if Ultimate Iron Man showed up again in his classic armor only a few times, they are still his most recent appearances. Futhermore, Tony wore another armor after the NR-Phantom .9d M.A.G. Armor, the Future Foundation Armor. (Additionally, it can be argued that the bulky grey and red suit is more iconic than the Phantom Armor, but the infobox is not the place to showcase a character's most iconic look, but rather their most recent).
Ignore the previous paragraph since MysteryScooby addressed it in the time between I opened this thread and wrote my message.
Yes, the Ultimates cover is old, but the quality of a cover illustration from before he ditched that look is better than any interior artwork that could be taken from either of his most recent appearances.
Unfortunately there isn't. Ultimate FF didn't last for long and had bad art.
But like I mentioned, it's permissible to use an old image since there is virtually no difference between Ultimate Iron Man as he looked like in 2002 and as he looks like now, and any of these old illustrations are of better quality than any of the interior art that could be taken from Ultimate Iron Man's most recent appearances.
Why are you moving all my Warp World characters in the related area when ADour had the original ones in the Others category? Would you like me to relinquish the making of the pages to you, because no one else has done it except me and people our just piggybacking on my work so they can get an easy credit for their badge collection.
Yeah it just seems that no one wants to work on certain things so when I can find a project to do per say I notice people all of a sudden just start making the easiest possible edits on the pages right after I work on it it's not a personal attack on you it's just I'm seeing alot of low effort edits being done when I am actually putting the time in to create these things so people can enjoy reading about the characters like I did a character page earlier and when I was working on it someone came and switched a little information like adding a category when that was on my list of things to add myself.
If any of the admins make pages or then some I never see anyone come right in and make a change automatically because the admin I will say about 45-50% of the time will undo the edit that the other person did and that particular editor won't go back and do it again due to the potential of being blocked. Since I am on the low end of the totem pole I don't have that much sway in that manner. So that's just it. Sorry if I came off a little spiteful, I just put alot of passion into my work to make sure that it's at least adequate enough.
It happens to all editors throughout the fandom. I'll be working on a project when all the sudden a red link turned blue. I don't often assume someone's gonna add or fix something on a page, I worry that they simply missed it. I'm trying to do my part. You're not the first person whose "attacked" me for doing their "designated" edits for then and you won't be the last. But going off my policy for images, how long do you want people to wait before they can edit pages you've specifically created?
I can't make people wait, so whatever they do, it can be right away I just hope people put in good quality work to make this fandom grow to it's fullest potential. But I have seen alot of people do low quality of edit's alot now more than in the past.
Apologies for messing with the pages. I had no idea that characters with big legacies and mantles such as Spider-Man and Wolverine were split into their own disambiguation pages. Were because the pages were becoming to long? If so was that reason that decision had to be made?