Maybe that's about my computer, but do you remember when I delete some thing on contributions? In that time, I was blocked, and looked to your user page, and your blocked too, then I looked to other users and they are blocked too. But a few minutes later, they are all unblocked. And that happened just now. I saw a block warning, which says I'm blocked by user:Dragon Rainbow. Didn't you notice?
I've put a template on the page, I think you can go from there on.
Remember to use templates whenever you create a new page. You can either copy their format from their respective pages (like Marvel Database:Character Template) or simply click the proper button in the second row of buttons (the one which starts with the image of a text balloon) shown in the edit mode of a wiki for the appropiate template for the article.
Hi. There seems to be something wrong with some of the categories for character nationality. "Canadians" has only six pages in it, "Germans" only 15 and "Americans" little over 30 (impressive feat as like 90+ % of all Marvel characters hold U.S. citizenship).
Hey, is it okay I make a page for Marvel's Daredevil Netflix series. Title is confirmed, it has a release date, cast, crew etc.
Only problem I see it doesn't have a specific release date. However, we do have a page for Marvel's Agent Carter and that doesn't have a specific release date either. ALSO, if you look up the series on Netflix through your PlayStation it does have it for a May 1, 2015 release. Thoughts?
Open up Excel and enter "May 2015" into a cell. Excel automatically changes the date to May 1st, 2015 because the way it works can't have a date without all MM/DD/YYYY components. Same thing happens here.
I just wanted to ask you if a character, like Shocker of Earth-TRN123 who first appeared in a comic then in the Ultimate Spider-Man TV series, which section of the disambiguation page should we put him in, Television or Alternate Reality Versions?