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  • I think we'll leave the character page in the database for now as there are 28 comics published in the 70s that are a relevant reference. I'm going to rename it John Carter (Earth-ERB).

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    • This one was talked out a while ago. It was decided that ERB's Tarzan works fell into mainstream continuity (Tarzan interacted with some supporting character that appeared in a seperate Marvel Tales issue or something trivial like that) but Carter was judged to be a licensed character with no connection to mainstream continuity, and therefore, by our rules, didn't get a page. I was under the assumption that TRN146 had been deleted by now.

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    • So characters for the 70s series are just typed in as text entries? I'm not sure why you say there is a rule that licensed characters do not get a page on the wiki. Godzilla, Micronauts, Rom, Shogun Warriors, etc. are all licensed properties and therefore, by that reasoning, should all be stripped off the wiki.

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    • But atleast Godzilla and Rom has had a place in mainstream continuity (616), so those don't need to be removed.

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    • They all were incorporated into 616. That's my point. They also are all licensed properties. So why say that licensed characters do not get a page here? Is the idea that licensed characters who remain unincorporated into the Marvel Universe do not get a page?

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    • How about giving a page to them with some qualifier, such as (non Marvel continuity) or something else along those lines.

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    • Yes, that was a vauge choice of words on my part. Licensed characters with no connection to an established continuity (mainstream or otherwise) don't recieve a page. The ones you lised are established inside mainstream continuity, so they're fine. Otherwise we'd have pages for all the Star Trek, Star Wars and Disney characters that have been handled by Marvel over the years. Carter currently falls into that category, unless there's a connection to a universe that we missed somewhere.

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