bruh.... wikis are sources of information. They aren't creative expression forums. I think you have the wrong website. That edit was useless, wasn't needed, and broke the flow of the sentence. Just accept that it was undone and move on, no need to get all "social justice anti-establishment keyboard warrior"
When you have time (or know someone else who could do it), could you check Flags/Gallery and Maps/Gallery and rename the images that are named incorrectly? (They should all be named something like: Flag of ... and Map of ...).
I would not mind doing it myself, but I cant.
While I understand your reason for reverting my change of the Infobox pic on Mysterio, do you really think that the fact that the picture you chose shows the helmet of the suit outweighs the general quality of the picture?
I can't help but feel quite bad about the fact that we have a nice promotional pic which nicely shows Mysterio (albeit without the helmet), without Spidey's arm barring it, but that it is not used because the helmet is missing. Is it really that important to have the helmet with this image with Spidey's arm being as visible as Mysterio himself ? I mean, Iron Man's current infobox pic doesn't show his helmet. Spider-Man's former pic (Avengers: Infinity War's promotional pic)) did not feature his mask either, only the suit. So what do you think? Or maybe should we ask others' opinion about that on a talk page?
Yes this one... This sort of scene can be considered as canon as it would have happened after the film we all watched in the cinema cut to the next scene, so it does not contradict anything and would have happened in the full narrative of the story.
Sure, it doesn't involve Thanos winning the fight or some level of contradiction like that, but doesn't the personality of the characters count in measuring how much it contradicts established lore? It's hugely out-of-character for most of them to do such a thing.
That's it? No reasoning, no logics?...OK. But here's mine:
Black Panther, the king of Wakanda, witnesses his people get slaughtered by multi-handed aliens and bombarded by an alien spaceship. What does he do once the battle is over? Mourning the loss of his people? No! Check up on them to see if they're OK? No! Maybe helping the wounded/dying who need help? Absolutely not! "I'm just gonna go with the flow and kneel for the guy I barely knew and is already dead"
And Wasp too suddenly decides to stop all heroics or trying to help the battle-weary or anything, to perform a medieval posture of respect for a man she hated literally minutes ago.
And....I think you get the idea. The whole thing is ridiculously out-of-character for just about all of them.
Sure, which is why he attended his funeral. At the battle's destruction, the priority is remedying the current situation, doing the things I mentioned above, not kneeling for the dead. Given the characters we've seen from them so far, most of them would have figured this out.