I noticed that on Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Season 4 22 the planet Maveth is listed as one of the locations that appears in it. Unless I missed something, is it meant to be the place where Robbie opened a portal to in order to return the Darkhold to, since he mentioned there are more than one types of Hell?
That would make sense, since unless I'm thinking of a different episode, there was one part where Coulson tells Talbot on the phone about the weird stuff they've done before, it includes him having a robotic hand, and them traveling across the universe to another planet (Maveth).
As far, I have one question, I don't recall Xandar and Xandarians being mentioned in Agents of SHIELD, and even less in three different episodes, and Inhumans being clearly stated to be created
Another thing, the chronology must be respected and sections (IMO) make it easier to navigate and clearer.
I will try to help complete those as well (but I'm more on the Earth-616 version of their history currently). If we have 6 months before the premiere of the Inhumans series, that leaves us some time before the "deadline" where readers will reach high numbers.
I don't recall Xandar and Xandarians being mentioned in Agents of SHIELD
I really only elaborated on the Kree coming to Earth and creating Inhumans in that opening paragraph. I left the previous text mostly intact. There wasn't a source pointing to Guardians of the Galaxy before and just didn't think to add one afterwards.
Okay. In this case, it seems really important to stick to what is known, and consequently to be careful to add references for distinct paragraphs or sentences where they do prove something, and to remain more vague if required (but on the other hand, on Inhuman History, it forces me to keep some material unused currently...).
When deleting images, please don't forget to update their links of the pages they're featured on. For example, I'm not sure why you deleted my user image? But you didn't fix it on my user page or on the Administrators page, in which every other admin has their own user image too. I noticed another Doctor Doom image was deleted the other day too, just wondering was that you too? Not trying to sound mean, just checking in.
I've been going through the list of broken and double redirects. I use Special:WhatLinksHere for everything in the list, fixing redirects where I need to. Since most of them appear to be artifacts left over from earlier moves, I end up deleting a lot of old redirects that aren't needed anymore. I thought it was weird that something with your name would show up in there, but that service didn't show it linked to anything. Glitch in the system, I guess.
EDIT: Just to clarify, I haven't been deleting any images, only redirects.
I gotcha. Thanks for deleting all of those awful redirects. Looks like someone else must have deleted the image mine redirected to? But good luck finding that on the Deletion Log so oh well. Thank you for the clarification, and yes I'd be lost without the WhatLinksHere page
I was wondering how you think we should handle shows like Marvel's Daredevil and Marvel's Jessica Jones, both of which has been renewed for another season, but won't return until 2018 at their earliest, after The Defenders has come out.
On the Marvel Television Series-page, we have both listed as "(2015-present)", but should we change that up to not give the impression that there was/will be something released in 2017 in regards to those shows, something like "(2015-2016) (2018)"?
Of the other shows on that page, I'm not an expert so I can't think of any other shows that took a break for a year, and had at least 1 year in between seasons.
I think it's fine as is. It's becoming more frequent for TV series to take longer gaps between seasons. Daredevil and Jessica Jones are the only series on that page as of now to be affected by this, but I would suspect that will change once we get more Netflix series and Legion debuts on FX. The Netflix series aren't expected to keep to a yearly release cycle, Daredevil S2 being something of a fluke so Marvel TV could find a reason to delay work on Iron Fist.
We could just leave a line on those series' episode list pages along the lines of "Jessica Jones was renewed for a second season, expected to debut sometime in 2018."
Or something like that, I don't actually know when Jessica Jones is expected to come back.
A fluke in that it's going to be the only season of one of Marvel's Netflix series that gets released around a year after the previous one. "Outlier" probably would've been a better word to use. Netflix doesn't release anything like ratings data.
Right, I was confused with the word, since English isn't my first language. Though somehow I find pieces of text on this site that could've been written better even by me, in regards to their grammar and structure.
The image on Hope's page is from the first game, which was released some time before the Ant-Man film, so it has to be Janet. The first game also mostly draws upon the designs of the comics. The Guardians of the Galaxy, for example, are all based on their comic designs.
Olivia Munn's character in X-Men: Apocalypse is a clearer adaptation of the Betsy Braddock character from the comics while the character in The Last Stand is a bit fuzzier about which Psylocke its based on. If you think the Psylocke of the original timeline should be moved to "Elizabeth Braddock (Earth-10005)", feel free to re-open that discussion on the article's talk page.