I feel like ti would be really helpful to have the number of episodes next to the characterr/actor because not all of them appeared in all the same episodes (ex: http://pretty-little-liars.wikia.com/wiki/Season_7). Also, I feel like the admins should not make it so obvious who died. It's one thing to say go on the Elektra page and find out she's dead, but I can only imagine people aren't necessarily expecting it to be so blatant and have it be int he page for the season.
Hi there, users on my Spider-Man films wiki have been creating pages for the MCU due to the franchise reboot and merger with the MCU. I was wondering how I could go about redirecting the pages to the corresponding page on this wiki instead. I'm going to try and keep the content there solely to info on films dedicated to Spider-Man. Cheers!
I'm thinking you are wanting for it to be when a user searches Iron Man, it would redirect to this wiki. I did try it and it didn't work, and read that it is unable to redirect pages to other wikis. I tried it with the Iron Man page, it would be great if you would delete it. There may be another way we could figure this out.
I tried it but read that wikia won't allow pages to be made to redirect to other wikis. I think you'll just have to link pages as much as you can to this wiki and ensure the community knows about that.
With the movie's rating, they are only allowed a limit to swearing, otherwise it will be a higher rating. But these movies aren't supposed to be for little kids, but they are able to watch it if parents allow them to. It's up to you whether you want your children watching these movies since as they are for a mature audience.
22.214.171.124 wrote: Why are the marvel movies allowing more cursing in the movies? Doesn't the MCU know that children are watching these movies?
Oh come on!. It's not that bad. I mean nobody has dropped an F or C bomb yet. And if kids can handle the violence in these films, i'm pretty sure they can handle some mild language. Also what cursing is used in them, usually serves the characters, and is never in there for it's own sake, which gives it purpose, like in Age of Ultron.
~Silverstream wrote: Honestly, as far as receiving the rating goes, I think language is far more harmless than violence or sexual content.
Well, again, i think think context is key. In my opinion just about anything can be influential on young people, but... that doesn't mean that everything is. And scapegoating individual aspects of entertainment, such as these films, just strikes me as silly and counter-productive. And i'm not saying that everyone and anyone who might have a complaint about this kind of stuff is just looking for attention, and could never have something legit to say, i'm just saying that it's a lot smarter to look at the context, and use your brain as much as your emotions, if not more so.
Like Ultron said: You need patience, need to see the big picture.