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Request for contact Edit

Hi, you've been working constructively on many lists of appearances, and I can only commend your efforts. However, I would like to discuss certain aspects of the edits that make lists less readable and useable. Could you please contact the admin SOTO to discuss this with him and me? Thank you in advance. Amorkuz 08:17, February 5, 2017 (UTC)

I'm really unsure if IP users are notified of these messages, but thank you for replying; it makes the most sense to carry on the discussion between the three of us on my talk page.
× SOTO (//) 03:47, February 6, 2017 (UTC)

Brackets in lists of appearances Edit

I do remember such a rule, but I thought it only applies to list of appearances in inboxes. Since you clearly studied this recently, could you point me to where it is mentioned. (I'm asking because this particular appearance requires an explanation.) Amorkuz 13:38, February 13, 2017 (UTC)

Found it. There is one exception made, for archival footage, which is not the case here. And it is applied to both infoboxes and lists of appearances. My case is rather subtle: the Talent Scout is not yet present in the story as a separate entity. He is part of the Entity, which we see. Moreover, the same comic page is then repeated in a later story, and he appears in literally the next panel there. I wanted to emphasise that he is secretly present from the beginning. But without the parentheses, it would be confusing more than helpful. I guess, we should stick to the on-screen/on-panel visual rather than ontological appearances. Amorkuz 15:48, February 13, 2017 (UTC)

Titan Edit

Incidentally, while this is something I care less about, I think "Titan Comics" is more correct than "Titan". This is simply the name of the company, which is also present on their logo. In other words, its not comics produced by the company "Titan". It's comics produces by the company "Titan Comics". Amorkuz 14:10, February 13, 2017 (UTC)

Also, may I ask, out of curiosity (mostly), which editor do you use: the code-source one or the visual editor? If the latter, might I suggest you keep an eye for some things that end you being "left behind" on some of your edits like this one, where one of the subheadings ended up being "Titan ", and other ended up being "Comic ". While these don't make difference to someone simply reading the page, it leaves the code a bit messed up. Anyway, once again, thanks for drawing attention to lists of appearances. OncomingStorm12th 19:44, February 17, 2017 (UTC)



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