i've looked up statements on the relationship between X-23 and Wolverine and i've found where they're not technically father and daughter since X-23 was cloned using a part of Wolverine's somatic DNA where they both have the same genetic makeup. so under a family relationship and biological comparison they have should be regarded as brother and sister. X-23 and Wolverine's pages as addressed to each other should be changed as well as in their profile box along with any label of characters who are noted as clones or have artificially shared DNA.
A user who goes by Nightfightwinger is pestering me to change the description of Captain America's and Winter Soldier's reflexes "border" to "superhuman". I don't know if that is accurate or not. People in the past have asked me to change things to protected pages. If Nightfightwinger right about this or is just being annoying?
1) His definition of borderline is wrong, and would mean "almost superhuman"
2) The handbooks I have all say Cap has "Peak of human physical perfection". which to me imply almost superhuman
3) Winter soliders do not say anything about his powers like that, but I would assume he would also be consider borderline more accurate than super human but I am less confident on that, but I still wouldn't change it
4) In future I would ask the person for the source of there request, google does not count
5) I Also think this has been discussed before... And As I was making these edits, I find that Annabell beat me to it. Oh well
Can someone please talk with Fightnightwinger. He pestering me to make changes to Captain America's page. We did make an agreement that I would make a few changes, and I would sotp bothering me. However, I'm not sure the changes are necessary. We communicate using the same forum page on the Community Wikia site. The changes are mostly little things like how statements are worded, which I doubt would make much of a difference. He did claim that Cap had the strength of ten men and half a platoon isn't found in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Vol 4, but I don't have the book. So, I can't say if he is right or not.
For Captain America's page, on the enhanced physiology, I don't know where the picture come from, because if you check the source for the exact picture, you won't find it. [Here] is the official image that you can replace with the old picture.
While your efforts to keep this site's collection of images properly structured and organized is greatly appreciated, some of us admins believe the deletion of certain images is actually counterproductive.
I'm talking specifically about images that are either the main image of an article, or straight up the only image of the article's subject. Because of this, we're going to request that you please avoid deleting images that fall into this description.
Sorry, I just cannot confirm that the image is used is actually of the subject/not Fan Art. Several times (as I have pointed out in the past) have been such. I had previously in the past tried to get help from the entire community by doing sections and asking people to go in and fill the blanks as a group. But very few helped the first time, and was flat out ignored the 2nd.
I will stop doing it on images that have no other images/main images but there has to be a way to deal with this problem since Category:Image Tasks is quite frankly ridiculously populated.
My plan once dealing with a lot of the images in categories on Image Tasks, was to go back and empty Image Subject Needed and Gallery Page Needed, after having deleted images from these.
It is a personal group discussion in case if there is an incoming video games, movies or comic events that will be coming soon like the movie film named Venom, which will be in theaters on the fall. We can talk about it in either one of our talk page.
Its not what the object is that is the issue, it's that the actual weight of it is unknown. This doesn't tell the reader how strong he is, and lots of writers and artists take artistic licence with things like this