Why copy the entry from Wikipedia? Apart from the "copying other sites" issue, taking the text of a very generalised Wiki entry and removing the references doesn't make for a good article. I appreciate that TheVoiceofSanity is trying to be helpful, but no article is better than a bad article. Most of the text is irrelevant to the Omniverse as Marvel has shown it; this is like creating an article on the CIA in the Marvel universe by copying Wiki's entry for the real world CIA and its history, while leaving out any mention of Marvel Universe CIA agents. Marvel doesn't use half the theoretical terms given here as part of the Omniverse's heirarchy; most of the levels Marvel uses have been clearly defined since the 1980s Handbooks, and the one more recently defined isn't even listed here. Likewise, the picture adds nothing; its not an image of the Omniverse, just a purple fractal swirl which serves no purpose. I'd clean the page out of the irrelevant stuff, but frankly it needs to be started from scratch, as building it from Wiki's base will always retain the copying problem, and I don't want to just go wiping out all the work TheVoiceofSanity has done without explaining why it needs to be done. Lokiofmidgaard 11:03, November 27, 2010 (UTC)

Kevin Brashear

It is impossible for anyone to "exit and later re-enter the Omniverse"; the very definition of the word "Omniverse" precludes this. I know writer Al Ewing states that this happens in Captain America and the Mighty Avengers #7, but he is clearly confused about his terminology. --Zuckyd1 (talk) 18:50, June 20, 2015 (UTC)

Agreed. If "omniverse" means all of fiction, imagination, and reality combined, then Kevin Brashear only steapped outside of the Marvel multiverse. Antvasima (talk) 07:33, June 21, 2015 (UTC)
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