A cursory review of The Art of Guardians of the Galaxy revealed a "Mt. Kylos" mentioned in reference to one of Drax's tattoos, but there's nothing to suggestion the mountain is also a planet, and I saw no mention of the term "Kylosians" anywhere therein, so believe that may be a false reference for both the planet and species.
The Livewires characters were created from various technologies and are an offshoot of the Life-Model Decoys, though created by a seperate program utilising separate technology.
Having read the series and noticed that 'android' was being used more thoroughly on the site I decided to update their pages to reflect that before you altered it back.
Their team page has had them described as 'Life-Model derived androids' going back to last year when it was fleshed out a bit and 'android' had been accurately included on their page for more than a decade before that.
Yes, but as I said they're derived from LMD technology, as well as others, and aren't just solely LMD's, a fact that is stated in the notes on their team page. It's kind of like how a tablet is derived from multiple computer technologies to make it's own separate thing but is also still a type of computer.
Hi, why were all the Valkyries listed as dead? We didn't get any explicit confirmation that those specific ones had died as they didn't appear in the issues and we already saw two Valkyries, Mirage and Hilda survive, so since there isnt any confirmation, shouldn't they still be considered as alive until further updates?
Please, whenever you create a new page, don't pass over writing some history text.
It's important to take into account that the purpose of this wiki is to provide the information of any given Marvel subject to visitors who want to know about it. Having pages with barely any information at all is counterproductive of us and discouraging for the readers, who would click on the link for a page only to find a "History of character is unknown" when the article has much more potential than that.
I'd like to discuss with you what Characters we think should go on the Index vs get full pages
To me a character needs to have a full name, multiple appearances or some huge impact to the story. Angelo (Fixer) (Earth-616) doesn't have a major part to the story, yes he one of the ones to set out to kill him, but he is like any of the other henchmen we have several pages on.
Agent Planck is, together with Agent Copernicus, Agent Newton and
Agent Kepler, part of a set of characters named after famous physicists, namely Max Planck, Nicolaus Copernicus, Isaac Newton and Johannes Kepler.
Perhaps that should be added to the article's trivia section.
As for the Father Eisner, he is the deuteragonist of a story starring his adoptive daughter. I think that makes him unique enough too.
You're moving this character based upon the assessment of a user known for wildly inaccurate interpretations of events. The combined name is in reference to Machan possessing Roman Peterson (Earth-616), not Machan alone, please put things back the way they were.