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  • Hi. I was wondering what is the policy for having Volumes and pages for mostly non-fiction Magazines that still contain short narrative stories? In particular, the Appendix has lately added plenty of characters realities from Marvel Year-In-Review Vol 1, and after checking one of the issues myself I can confirm that it was both published by Marvel Comics and contains narrative material. Is there anything preventing pages for it from being created? HBK123 (talk) 20:50, July 31, 2020 (UTC)

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  • As someone who had submitted an Appendix profile for this reality, I can clarify what had happened: it was originally assigned a universal designation while a profile was undergoing editing, but later I was told that the CAGE! Vol 1 series was ruled to be part of Earth-616 by Marvel. I was just surprised as the Appendix editor who informed me of that, but the decision apparenly came from Marvel and not just the Appendix team.

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  • Web of Venom: Wraith #1 is out on Marvel's official website at this moment. Should we do anything?

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    • Addendum: it seems that Marvel has become aware of the error and already removed the issue, as it is no longer available to read online.

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  • Olá,

    Como você é Brasileiro, vou escrever em português mesmo.

    Estava vendo a página do vol 7 do surfista e vi que depois que você editou aparece apenas a capa da edição #6. Está havendo algum problema com essas páginas dos volumes? Notei a mesma coisa na página do Invincible Iron Man Vol 3. No caso não foi edição sua, mas está com o mesmo problema.

    Grato!

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    • As explained in the site's notifications here, it's a known bug that is being addressed.


      Conforme explicado nas notificações do site aqui, é um bug conhecido que está sendo solucionado.

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    • Sim, um bug no software do Fandom despopulou as categorias, e como o template de volumes foi retrabalhado para exibir as edições através delas, as páginas dos volumes não estão exibindo as HQs que fazem parte delas. No momento, o Fandom está trabalhando para corrigir esse problema para nós, mas vai demorar algum tempo até que isso seja resolvido.

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    • Obrigado pela resposta. Aguardemos então.

      Abs!

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  • Would it be worthwhile to create a glossary page for Symbiote Codicies?

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  • If Profiteer owns the casino, she's a business owner.

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  • Can you please delete my blog post My Intepretation of the Infinity Saga? I'm not going to be using it ever again and its kind of pointless.

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  • Can you please rename my blog post from "The Way I See It..." to "The ORIGINAL Marvel Cinematic Universe". I want to make the entire post about that.

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  • Hello, I wanted to ask you why did you remove the information I added to Thanos' article?

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    • OK then, so can you give me the TRNs for all of those characters?

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    • Sure, here they are:

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  • Sorry to bug but I don't know who add this to James Howlett (Earth-616) page [It has to be noted that according to Wolverine: Origins #6 and Wolverine: Origins #7, Logan being shot with Carbonadium bullets and the Berlin's mission happened in 1963 which contradicted several past stories. However Wolverine: Weapon X Files #1 and History of the Marvel Universe Vol 2 #2 which were released after Wolverine: Origins # 6 & Wolverine: Origins #7 re-established that Logan being shot with Carbonadium bullets and quitting Team X happened in early and late 1968.] Which I believe is wrong.

    Having read all 4 only Wolverine Weapon X Files #1 gives the 1968 date for the Carbonadium bullets, none of the others give any date say for History of the Marvel Universe Vol 2 #2 that give the 1968 date as to Logan leaving Team-X and gives no mention to the Carbonadium bullets.

    I've been looking into when Team-X dealt with Omega Red and Epsilon Red, now in X-Men vol 2 #5 (1991) is the only issue to give a date being 30 years ago they faced Omega Red so 1961. But yes I know timelines are not 100% so TeamX faced Omega Red between 61-63 and Logan left the team, which in Wolverine Origins #7-8 (2006) gives the date 1963 for both Carbonadium bullets testing and facing Omega Red. Now at that point the present date has been 40 years, 10 years after Omega Red's return and first faced the X-Men. Though Logan is seen in Wolverine Vol 2 #68 (1993) still with the team along side Sabretooth dealing with Epsilon Red in 1968 which is the only other issue to date to give an official timeline. Epsilon Red was made sometime after Omega Red.

    So the date the person who made the Wolverine: Weapon X Files #1 seems to have gotten their info from when Logan faced Epsilon Red and not the right date for the Carbonadium bullets testing nor when the team faced Omega Red years earlier.

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