Hey stop with the changes i am right you dumbass plus i know Cap far better than you ever can and just to point this out I am talking about Cap (Earth 19999) so don't try with me by talking about the less superiors ones (Earth 616 or Earth 1610) no gives a fuck about them you cunt so quite fucking up correct information
You yourself just added that "his strength grew to superhuman levels over time" which would make his strengh Superhuman. However, I don't wish to argue or even counter-edit the situation at hand. I'm not altering any edits of the sort on Captain America's page; take it with the user who undid your revision if you wish to discuss this.
Hey, just waning to inform you that all the images of the final battle in Endgame all have a watermark on them. If it is possible for you to find a version that does not, could you please replace them accordingly. Thanks.
Sorry, I didn't get a notification oddly enough for your first reply, so I didn't see it. I got the images from Twitter. A search for 'HD Endgame stills' found me a few that weren't uploaded on channels like Entertainment Access or by Furious Trailer. USA Today also officially released some stills & videos on their Twitter page.
I noticed you've been adding the images to the character pages. Would you mind assisting me in adding the funeral images to each character's gallery? Since it takes place at the end of the movie, you could just tack them on at the end. I'll rearrange them if need be. If it's okay with you, that is :)
I was able to get them done. Let me know if I missed any. And if you are going to be doing more of these, do you want me to add them to the correct gallery? I was not going to do it initially in case you had a system and I stuffed it up by doing some edits. Let me know.
Cheers. Good job on getting the images.
It's all right, it didn't end up conflicting my edits. I also don't want to hoard the gallery. Let's split the workload, shall we? :) Which images did you want to upload? Myself, I was going to do the 2012 Time Heist parts with Loki next.
I'm going to have to stop for now. I still have some more of Hawkeye images, and will complete those when I am back on. However, if you are still going, feel free to upload whatever you want. I was going to do some of the Scarlet Witch images next, but if you want, you can do that. Not sure if you want to see the tag up (all depends on when you finish with the images), as I will be not until later.
There's more, such as the Howard the Duck image. By the way, all images uploaded need to be in all respective galleries. So Wasp images also need to be Wasp Suit/Gallery, War Machine and/or Iron Man images need be in the gallery of whatever armor they have in that image. So those Morag War Machine images you uploaded would be in War Machine Armor: Mark VI/Gallery
The Howard the Duck image you uploaded also has a Sling Ring Portal in the background, so Interdimensional Portal/Gallery is where they go :)
Hey MJ, just wanted to explain why I was insistent about the prelude being canon after all. The reason I say this is because the subject of why the comic would be considered non canon-- Nebula's Arm-- is resolved in Avengers: Edngame. In Endgame, it is revealed that 2014 Nebula's "flesh" hand on her left arm is actually a cybernetic hand made to look like flesh. We see this when she time travels to 2023 to hack into the Avengers computer system, her left "flesh" hand extends its fingers and inserts itself into the ports to hack into it. I'm sorry for not explaining this earlier and edit warring over it, that's my bad, I remembered somewhere seeing her left hand being a cybernetic but couldn't remember from where until re-watching it. (Also, in your post above, you said that Nebula's left arm was flesh, but I'll assume you meant her hand instead and accidentally said arm) to also address the argument that Nebula specifically says Thanos "tore [her] arm from [her] body", this is probably referring to her right arm, which is also a cybernetic arm made to appear as flesh. We see this when Thanos tortures Nebula in Infinity War, since both of her arms are revealed to be cybernetic in that scene. Hope this cleared the confusion
I see that you have undone a recent edit of mine. I would like to talk about it, rather than participating in an editing war for which can occur so easily. Also, I would like if this interaction remained civil, not that I expect it to go such a way, but I don't want anyone to misinterpret anything that is said.
So, I think we can agree that the deleted scene contradicts the original film, as the ending has Hill be the one who talks to the WSC, not Fury. Therefore, I didn't not include that scene (although I did alter the quote, believing it to be better then the one current one, as it has nothing to do with Hill). However, I did include one deleted scene moment where it is revealed that she reported to the WSC about Barton. As this is never seen, and doesn't interfere with the film, I thought it was alright to include, However, I am open to understanding if it is not.
I hope you can be of assistance in this and clear up my confusion, and come to a conclusion we both understand.
Thanks for the civil initiation. While the bulk of the deleted scenes are proven to be not canon, I believe the reporting of Hawkeye's "flip" to the Council would also be non-canon because 1) due to the scenes being cut, the Hill depicted in the final cut was loyal to Fury and supported his actions, and wouldn't have snitched; 2) the Council never berates Fury for withholding said information nor are they ever seem to be aware of it.
Hence I believe there's nothing to support the fact that, in canon, Hill reported it. In the deleted scenes, Hill was loyal to the Council & was there to spy on Fury. In the final cut, there's no trace of her allegiance to said Council. I believe in the final cut, she never told them as she didn't have ties to them, and the Council wasn't made aware of the fact that Hawkeye had been enthralled.
I definitely agree with that, those deleted scenes to convey Hill as abasing Fury (until the end where she stands by him even though his actions were unusual to her. Also, I don't know if I heard right, but it sounded like she was made Director temporarily in those scenes). So with that, it would be fair to say that those deleted scenes were deleted because it was a different approach to the Hill character. However, my initial thought process was that it was like the Hawkeye and Loki deleted scene, which is a longer version of the original cut. However, that scene is still included as it does tie into what is established, but not explained in the film (how Loki knows of the team and how to get them against each other). With that mind set, I simply thought that it was the same. However, I know understand. Thanks for clearing it up, this has been very beneficial and productive.
I think it was just a temporary thing. I'm pretty sure she says "You'll have your job in a month" - or something like that. So, it could be possible that even in the original version, she was made Director. However, I am not 100% on it.
In the original version, she never spoke to the Council and Fury retained his position. Personally (I can only speak for how I interpreted it) I took her line as her saying she wasn't adequate for the job and that her performance would be such that within a month, the Council may end up giving Fury the title of "Director" again.
That also would make sense. However, in both out interpretations, Hill is Director for a period of time (granted very briefly). So should that be included in some way? Maybe as an acting/temporary Director?
Sorry, I may not have made my point clear. The scene itself is not canon, but she still could have been appointed the position. But, once again, I am not 100%, so it's also fair to just ignore it as well. I would say after all this that we ignore those deleted scenes.
Yes, I concur we should. I don't believe she would have been appointed the position since it seemed to me like the Council only gave her that position in the deleted scenes because they wanted someone who followed their commands without question & Fury disobeyed them.
But because she never spoke nor had explicit ties to them in the final cut, I don't think she would have been appointed. So yes, safe to say we ignore the Avengers deleted scenes regarding her.
Since the "Stealth Suit" was created by S.H.I.E.L.D., according to a promotional video, does this mean that Nick Fury, Maria Hill, and Seamstress should be listed as current members of the organization?
Hey man, just messaging to stop a potential edit war.
I totally agree with you, it's weird to have number of birthdays on a character's age. That's why I initially went with "biologically 16-17" because I thought "birthdays" would be laughed at despite being the facts. But that's the position we're in now.
With calling both Peter and Flash 16 despite being biologically over 17.0 when you add it up from a decimal point of view, it seems that the MCU is taking the "easy" (though in my opinion more complicated) way of "you turn your next age on your next birthday". Peter was still 16 when he died in May 2018 and came back in October 2023, so won't turn 17 until his next birthday in August 2024. Yet he's biologically already 17.
I personally feel a whole new system needs to be put in place for consistency with ages, but unfortunately Uskok never replied on that thread.
I think the wiki could've benefited from a reformatting of the age section entirely, and that this is if anything the only time that the age section has become important to the wiki. But I get removing it. Oh well.
A few of us on the MCU Discord were having a dispute over Michelle's full name, since it was never confirmed. So I did some digging and found that in 2017, you made the edit to change her name without a source. As to why it ever stayed like that, idk, but do you have a source or reasoning for why the name was changed?
I was actually one of the people who was wondering why "Jones" was added in 2017, because her last name wasn't mentioned anywhere. i added the "Jones" to the page for consistency because the rest of the wikia was using it.
Since then, they kept using Jones, claiming Feige had confirmed it. So on July 10, 2017 I added "Jones" for consistency's sake. However, I never read Feige's confirmation & never truly accepted it as her canon surname; I was wondering where the hell it came from.
TreeForceLightningTurbo wrote: I wouldn't really class that as fully official unless it comes from feign directly and the fact it wasn't mentioned at all in either the movie or credits makes me think otherwise
It's an official Disney video that was uploaded on the official Spider-Man: Far From Home social media accounts so yes, it would be an official source, I would say.
While I am still skeptical over the integrity of the name since it is a *recent source*, meaning that whoever wrote the article/edited the video got it from another website (likely this wikia, since we're the only site claiming it & prior to the video's release, there was no confirmation on her full name), I guess we'll just go off that source.
If what I just said is true, then that means that "Dinowar10" inadvertently just made Michelle's full name canon off an editing fluke.
Never mind; they were both your uploaded images & the .jpg is not featured anywere, so it's all good. I don't have the power to deleted photos, but add the Delete tag to the image & I'm sure one of the content mods or admins will get rid of it.