Hi. I'm just wondering if the articles about real-life people should be expanded. I.E. date of birth, date of death, family members, that sort of thing. I mean, if they're about real-life people, then this information should be exactly the same.
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Reverting your own changes (Self-reverts)
Correction of simple vandalism
Removing posts made by a banned or blocked user
Rearranging contents inside a page
I reverted simple vandalism... said user added unneeded info that no other pages had included and used "OCD" as an excuse... so tell me why should I be blocked? Farizhf27? At least look into something before jumping the boat and trying to get people in trouble, at least read the rules of you're so adamant about "upholding them"?
Hey Nerdtastic, I think that the Power section for Izel has way more quotes than it needs, especially considering that most bullet points are only a few lines long. Every single bullet point has it's own quote and it makes the section feel congested and crammed because of how many quotes there are. It breaks up the flow of reading it because after every sentence there is yet another quote interrupting. I feel like most of the quotes in the section aren't necessary. Plus, most of the quotes are also repeats or just small parts of larger quotes already used in the biography section.
With everything going on, I hope you're doing OK. Wishing you well in this time.
I've had some questions I've been meaning to ask admins for a while, so I've split them between you and Shabook. I hope you don't mind me just asking a few things.
Iron Man: Will Online Evils Prevail? includes a Spider-Man toy in a story set when Peter Parker is just 8 years old/6 years from being bitten by the spider. Should it be deemed non-canon, since it is only in the "inspired canon" (not official canon) camp anyway?
I don't believe there is a source that Keller in Captain Marvel is a director of S.H.I.E.L.D., and in the film itself they call him a "S.H.I.E.L.D. agent" ("Just so I'm clear, you were Soh-Larr, and the S.H.I.E.L.D. agent?" "Keller"). I'm happy to be proved wrong, but if not, can we do something about this?
Just a note about the Watcher Informant page, under "Powers", it has "Metamorphic Adaptation" and "Immortality". This seems like speculation to me, as he could just as easily in fact be time-travelling. Should these powers be removed, or is it considered that at least some speculation is necessary on that Powers section of the page, and those are just the least speculative guesses?
Wong is listed as a Snap victim currently. However, this was only based on the release of the pre-shooting script (changed in many ways for the actual film). The "Avenge the fallen" posters confirmed Wong survived, as well as this poster, and Benedict Wong also discussed this in this interview. Can this be changed back?
The page titled "Master Minoru" it seems to me should be called "Tina Minoru (Master of the Mystic Arts)", since the character is explicitly named Tina Minoru in the comics and credits, as is acknowledged on the page. Should something be done about this?
The Runaways who were erased from existence after successfully "changing" time are listed as "deceased" in their status. This doesn't seem like an apt description to me, and could confuse readers I feel (it certainly took me a moment to work out why it said that). Is there the possibility of it saying something else?
It seems like speculation that Dimitri has been assigned the surname Smerdyakov on his page. Yes, there is the Spider-Man villain Dmitri (spelt differently) Smerdyakov, but there has been no confirmation that I can find (happy to be proved wrong) that this is the MCU adaptation of him. Do you know why it has been decided to be like this?
It seems to me that the final scene of The Incredible Hulk should not be listed on the "List of Post-Credits Scenes" page. The scene takes place before the credits, it is just like any other final scene of a film. If the reason is because the film doesn't otherwise have a credits scene, that would be like also listing Steve and Peggy's dance as a post-credits scene for Avengers: Endgame, and that's not listed. Is there any reason to keep it there?
The page "More Than An Arm/Promotional Campaign" has been named after the first four words of the tweet associated with it, "More than an arm. It's a chance to get back to work." However, the associated Facebook video has an actual proper title: Rand Cares. Am I alright to rename the page "Rand Cares/Promotional Campaign"?
Something that has occurred to me in the last few years is that it doesn't, to me, make much sense for the Guardians of the Galaxy: Awesome Mix Vol. 1 (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) real world item and Awesome Mix Vol. 1 in-universe item to share a page, and even more so for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2: Awesome Mix Vol. 2 (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) and the Awesome Mix Vol. 2. Awesome Mix Vol. 1 does not contain Ain't No Mountain High Enough, which Guardians of the Galaxy: Awesome Mix Vol. 1 (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) does. It also does contain Come a Little Bit Closer, which is instead on Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2: Awesome Mix Vol. 2 (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack). Awesome Mix Vol. 2 does not contain Come a Little Bit Closer (actually on Awesome Mix Vol. 1), Wham Bang Shang-a-Lang and Father and Son (both actually on the Zune), or Guardians Inferno (a fun out-of-universe song), all of which Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2: Awesome Mix Vol. 2 (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) does. The Zune also has its own page, so I don't see why separate pages shouldn't be made for the in-universe mixtapes. Would it be OK to do something about this?
Thank you very much. Again, wishing you and your loved ones well.
No sorry, what I mean is that in the comic, there is a toy stand shown, and it includes an in-universe toy of Spider-Man (as in characters in the comic are buying toys of their favourite superheroes and Spider-Man is one), way before Spider-Man actually existed in the MCU.
Alright, just checking.
I'm not sure about that. The script is very much pre-shooting, with lots of changes made for the final version, the idea being it's not just the direct script of the film but an early stage, before things were altered. Official posters like the "Avenge the fallen" ones specifically intended to delineate which characters were and were not Snap victims, as well as Benedict Wong talking about how Wong survived, all from 2019, seem to overrule a deleted element written in 2017 to me.
I'm not saying she's the same character, but that we have two MCU characters officially called Tina Minoru, and that it seems odd to me to name her page "Master Minoru" instead of "Tina Minoru (Master of the Mystic Arts)", when her official name is still Tina Minoru, like the article itself acknowledges.
Hey, mind if I ask why you undid that? The reverted version had not only factual errors (referring to time paradoxes and how Captain America effectively gave the mantle to Sam, which from Behind the Scenes of Falcon & the Winter Soldier we know isn't necessarily the case).
Hence the correction to what the movie gave us: that the trip was to clip the branch timelines & Steve giving Sam the shield. Also, changing Barnes to Barnes' when appropriate. I also found the newer version to be much cleaner, but if you don't mind telling me what was wrong in the edit, I would like to know so I can can gauge my future edits accordingly.
Nerdtastic1221 wrote: Because for one thing, until FatWS is released, nothing is confirmed about what the narrative will be exactly.
And I work extremely hard to keep pages tidy, everything in line with images and clearly presented, so I undo edits that undone that in a major way for some minor edits.
All right, that's fair: it hasn't been released yet. Still seems a bit speculative to state that he received the mantle as well, but I'll concede that.
Yes, I'm aware of your hard work. Perhaps we can find a way to keep things in line with images and clearly presented while still ensuring that the information is factual and that there aren't any grammatical errors. (although the newer version does look like that still to me, it may merely be a matter of perspective)