As of October 7th, 2010, you created the article Earth-9047, home to Milk & Cookies. I'd like to know the source you use to identify that universe with that number. As far as I could find, only the web Marvunapp (which is unofficial but damn cool) say so. The question is not exactly academic because I found an anomalous situation.
I've been wanting to delve on What The--?! articles for this Wiki. Per this thread, I/we decided that all the stories in WT happen in Earth-9047 unless otherwise stated. Recently, however, I noticed Earth-89923, supposed reality of Wolverina. I understand that 'Rina is (or should be) an Earth-9047 native; I wrote & documented her article in Logana (Earth-9047), and I'm trying to find what's Earth-89923 (again, I can find no source for the number). Feel free to see my post in Talk:Earth-89923 for more.
So I'm approaching you to see if you can shed some light in the situation before we start having a bunch of articles on Earth-89923 and Earth-9047 that could refer to the same character. Thank you for your help, --Skippy Farlstendoiro (talk) 10:56, November 17, 2013 (UTC)
Pete, Can't find this anywhere else so far.... Sometimes I add a Block Quote and their is an image for the character with the quote. Sometime there is not. How do I add an image for a somewhat obscure person? For example Pyro (St. whateverhisnameis-Earth-616) has no image. How do I insert the image so that it appears when the character is quoted??
Still get a kick out of the old Max Fury Schlitz Beer image you posted. It'll make you feel better!
So the image from block quotes is by default the name of the page for that person with '.jpg' added to the end. What I'll often do is make that page a redirect to the image I want instead (rather than re-upload over the same name over and over).
I have been playing with this,,, and if you can, don't fix it for me, let me learn,,,,,, but why does not link to Ultimate Secret Vol 1 4. I am not sure how you are classifying the "Default". Thanks for working with an aging Leaper... 'Batroc' 21:38, December 6, 2013 (UTC)
In the early 80's they were declared non-canon due to a number of inconsistencies. This is some sort of alternate reality. I would have to check my notes, but I believe this is noted in the ancient Olshevsky Hulk index from over 30 years ago.
I sit somewhat corrected. The 1978 Hulk Olshevsky index does not note that these are non-canon. In fact, it provides a chronology for the issues. I need to research this, but I believe during the Mantlo run, this entire volume was declared to be a fantasy of some sort. I will definitely find the answer, it just might take me a moment or two. The Hulk entries on the MCD are not as complete and concise as Spider-Man, Cap, Avengers, etc.
Designated as Earth-7711. See Incredible Hulk Vol 1 269. This is a fantasy/cinematic version of adventures the Hulk could have been involved in. Again, Bill Mantlo is the writer. 'Batroc' 15:48, November 16, 2013 (UTC)
I don't know if you have it on your side, but the Marvel Database logo that's supposed to be in the Top right corner, next to "On the Wiki", isn't there. In its place is "Marvel Database" in blue instead.
In the page Incredible Hulk Vol 1 444 it is stated that Hulk died after being hit by a combined hit from Storm's lightning and Cable's attack. This is false, as Cable immediately entered Hulk's mind and freed him from Onslaught's control. I am telling this as this article was here for a long time, people will start grumbling when I change it, especially Hulk-haters or Storm and Cable fanboys. Can I change it?
I have no idea how, but my latest edit on the page Fear Itself Vol 1 1 seems to have removed the infobox. And when I tried to undo my edit, its saying abusive vandal filter. Could you please please hepl me by undoing my edit?