Why did you edit the Danny Doyle article with incorrect information.
Please re-read the issue before you revert my edits. You're reverting my edits and replacing them with inaccurate information. It's one thing if you edited with correct information but you're not even doing that.
I think it would be helpful if we would add a category to comics such as supporting characters, villains, and others, called universe(s). Because for some comics it does show the universe, but not as a location, and I think it would just be helpful.
I'm glad as I got a welcome message from you. Now, I'm facing some problems during editing the articles. The main one is that when I click on the 'Edit' button in order to edit an article, the editor allows me only to edit the article in source mode. This mode generates complication for me to edit articles. Is there any way to deal with this issue? If so, then please give me a solution to deal with this problem.
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'm pretty sure you're familiar with cell phones with buttons instead of touch screen, right?
Each of the numbered buttons were used to write letters, too. 2 for A, B and C. 3 for D, E and F. 4 for G, H and I. 5 for J, K and L. 6 for M, N and O. 7 for P, Q, R and S. 8 for T, U and V. And 9 for W, X, Y and Z.
When you were writting a message, you had to press the corresponding button for a certain letter, and a number of times correspondent to the place that letter had in the button. If you wanted to write "O," you pressed 6 three times (as in MNO, O is the third letter). And so on with the rest of the alphabet.
So, in 936652. 9 can be used to spell Z. 3 for E, 6 for N. 5 for L. 2 for A. So, ZENNLA.