Hi! I noticed you added Earth-85101 as the setting for Epic Graphic Novel: Hearts and Minds Vol 1 1.
Can you tell me the source for that info? I know Earth-85101 is the world of The 'Nam, but I don't see evidence that this story is in that universe, especially since, being an Epic Comics story, it's creator-owned, so Marvel shouldn't have anything to say about it.
But that's not an official source, is it? I mean it's basically a fan project by people that happen to have connections with Marvel, but it's not a Marvel site. But then again I believe that also goes for Appendix of the Handbook, and this Wiki apparently takes that as official for no reason.
After reading the "Avengers Dossier" that is at the beginning of Zombies Assemble #1, I noticed that the description for the Hulk's source of powers was "when he was caught in the explosion of a gamma bomb of his own creation," which doesn't really fit with how Bruce Banner (Earth-199999) got his powers. While I do get comics that are "inspired" by the MCU aren't really canon to begin with and therefore are apocryphal, is there anything else that would warrant the comic to be one of the semi-canon "Marvel Cinematic Universe-inspired comics"?
I don't think this series should be given the semi-canon treatment. What we regard as apocryphal material does try to adapt within the continuity of the MCU, hence why it's "semi-canon." Zombies Assemble is simply "What if the MCU had zombies?"
I read little about handbook markings on those forums. I think that their view is to consider all "historical" characters's, established to 616 elsewhere, appearances before modern time also happening in 616. Except if the appearance contradicts established character history from the confirmed sources.
That's quite loose interpretation about canonicity which I don't necessarily agree with but as I couldn't find nothing against it from our policies, I'm willing to let it be. Others might have other opinions and some unwritten policies on their mind.
Please, whenever you create a new page, don't pass over writing some history text.
It's important to take into account that the purpose of this wiki is to provide the information of any given Marvel subject to visitors who want to know about it. Having pages with barely any information at all is counterproductive of us and discouraging for the readers, who would click on the link for a page only to find a "History of character is unknown" when the article has much more potential than that.
Well, Earth-200111 is an realistic Marvel universe. There's no futuristic technologies, Logan and Victor Creed are only known superhumans of that universe. Fantomex MAX is an sci-fi action comic, so it's doesn't fit into continuity.
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