Marvelous11411 and I already talked about it with David Kaique. Even though both these images (File:gettyimages-1163272713-1.jpg and File:Phase Four Slate.jpg) have same release dates, the logos are positioned differently into the "release timeline". We must use the former because it's from the Comic-Con itself. Besides, I found out that the latter is fan-made.
If you're uploading an image, you must add the source + licensing and add the image in all respective galleries. You put the device analyzer image in the Starforce Uniform/Gallery but you didn't put it in Captain Marvel/Gallery or Captain Marvel (film)/Gallery
Her powers are based off her comic book counterpart where she’s an enhanced human but her strength and speed is at peak potential but I guess that isn’t agreeable for this wiki since it’s not an ability on the list of powers & abilities.
I'm pretty knowledgable on Powers and Abiltiys from the comics. The problem is that the Moives and Shows don't really follow the comics all that much with powers and the MCU never makes it clear what powers and abiltys they have so all we can do is educated gusses.
yes. Basically, enhanced in the context of the wiki doesn't always mean it is at peak potential, it just means it was increased by artificial means. For example, Captain America is both enhanced because his strength has been artificially increased, but he is also essentially peak human capability,possibly even higher. However, in Trish Walker's case, although her reflexes and agility were heightened, which improved her fighting ability, she is still well within human capability. It is also why they refer to her in the show as an "enhanced individual". It doesn't mean she has extreme superpowers, but just that she is a competent acrobatic and martial artist with heightened vision. In Civil War, we see that Black Widow and Hawkeye, both normal humans, are considered "enhanced as per the Sokovia Acccords, but they have no superpowers. the in-Movie definition is basically someone with a particular set of skills, abilities or powers that make them a higher than average threat.
As I've explained already, why do you need to constantly change the character poster for Captain Marvel with the theatrical poster? I'm using the exact character poster that was released and is also consistent with her character image on the front page. If you're going to needlessly revert my edit, at least explain why. If you continue to edit war without providing any explanation to your edit, I will report you to the moderators.
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