Why have you tagged Mark and Jill's pages for deletion? Both of the pages are relatively complete and even have images. Since the information is accurate, they have names, and they are relative to the plot (although in a minor way), it seems like there is no need to delete them.
I'm not quite sure about this wiki's notability guidelines, since it is a rather general wiki and I figured we had to draw the line somewhere, but I couldn't find the page. Has there been any discussion on this issue in the past? (I'll remove the tags for the time being.)
We have discussed it in the past, but we haven't set a formal policy as far as I know. If a character has a name and an image and plays a role in the story, that is plenty for information for them to have a page, even though they are a minor character. Mark and Jill also have dialogue, if I recall.
We draw the line at characters that are nameless, do nothing, have no image (sometimes) or have no dialogue. As you can see, the line is a little vague. There are many character pages on the site which probably don't need to be there, but it is a pain to delete pages and track down all their connections. It is much easier if we just leave them alone.
look man famous people have clothing brands and stuff I seriously think my friend might be right and this did have to do with his name as saying that guy might not be him Miles Mores could be famous or dead in 616 and plus that kid in the picture does look fatter and younger then him how old is he in ultimate universe id assume they'd be the same age in both universes and I don't think they would kill him.