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Nurdboy42

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  • Hi, am I doing something wrong?

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  • Flash Thompson as venom clearly appears in ASM 654, and he looks JUST like Agent Venom in that book - 1 year before Secret Avengers 23 (which only has agent venom on the cover, not in costume in the actual story). Moreover, Flash Thompson refers to himself as Agent Venom for the first time in Venom vol 2 #1, 11 months before SA 23. He's again called Agent Venom in Venom vol 2 #3, like 9 months before SA 23.

    These concepts are not new. The SA 23 myth was debunked on TCM months ago:

    http://www.totalcomicmayhem.com/2017/06/secret-avengers-23-1st-as-agent-venom.html

    Its laid out very well on TCM; where it really should be ASM 654 for the 1st app; then the first use of the name is Venom vol 2 #1. Not sure how you would represent that all on the wikia to be consistent, but I'd just leave Venom 1 and SA 23 completely out of it and say 1st Flash Thompson as Venom AND Agent Venom is ASM 654.

    So let's stop perpetuating that myth and get it right on this wikia site.

    Thanks,

    fourstar77

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    08:17, November 19, 2017
  • Hey look Here, I been trying my patience for few months ever since you block me from my old profile ProofWater, I did my best and I hope you are not jealous of me. I think you didn't read it because if you did, you should believe what I'm saying. I HOPE YOUR happy because I will be block anyway for no reasons at all.

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  • I didn't read the comic vol of Bruce Banner/Hulk correctly. Honestly, I don't know the meaning when it said "drawing". Does the word "Drawing" for Hulk is a flashback?

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  • if you need the correctness of my data, i already gave you in my post! why didn't you just check it out clearly? all i posted is from Chinese folk story and the wikia about Monkey King also stated that story is from a Chinese novel "Journey To The West".

    so you still insist my information is from nothing or some kind of trickery, fake story?

    plz restore what you deleted.

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    21:49, November 18, 2017
    • Because your "article" was:

      • Poorly written
      • Ill formatted
      • Had nothing to do with Marvel
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    • oh yes?

      1. what is your standard about writing skill? what rule let you deleted my aricle on this reason?

      2. the same to 1.

      3. nothing to do with marvel? don't make me laugh, you stated Monkey King is not a marvel character?

      all you stated is obvious just fit to yourself's standard and thinking, not for every marvel fans. i also can judge you are not suitable to this site's manager.

      yes, you have the power to delete our any post here, this place is yours now, but we all saw how you work on dirty style here. and i will not stay here and resist your dirty managing style. you win in this moment.

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    • 1./2. In addition to failing to use a template, as well as failing to provide proper citation to indicate which Marvel sources the content specifically pertained to, you plainly admit you plagiarized the content from another wikia, which is more than enough reason to assume the article was contrary to the Marvel Database:Policies and Guidelines, so I believe the deletion was justified, even if I think "vandalism" was the wrong term to describe the reasoning behind the action.

      3. We don't host content that didn't happen in an actual comic. We separate myth from the in-universe fictional character, so what he was saying is that the article appeared to contain out-of-universe content, which combined with the utter lack of citation, gave no indication which part of it may have happened in the comics, and which part was just plagiarized from elsewhere.

      Lastly, Nurdboy42 was selected by his peers to serve as content moderator, and that community consensus appointment gives him the authority to do exactly that, moderate the content on behalf of the community in coordination with the database's administrators. It's not based upon his standards, it's our standards, community standards, and there's absolutely nothing dirty about it. He has a tough job and he does it well. We're all just humans volunteering our time, so sometimes things could be handled better, but the important part is that we continually learn to work together, and the community grows stronger as a result.

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    • Yeah, I only went with "vandalism" because the drop down menu doesn't have an option for "poorly written/ill formatted/out of universe."

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  • I just read the Official Handbook of Marvel Strength Level today and I want to make sure is the information I found is correct.

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    • Please, remember whenever you add new information to properly reference it.

      If your source is a comic, TV episode, movie, etc., you just need to put between {{r| and }} the issue/episode/movie in which the events you just described happened. Like this:

      Tony Stark became Iron Man.{{r|Tales of Suspense Vol 1 39}}

      If your source is a web site, refer to this page on how to cite web pages in articles.

      Remember that having the information we display referenced is what makes us a reliable source of knowledge, so it's extremely important (see also Citing Sources).

      Thanks!

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  • No disrespect but like I said to the other guy, the actor who play Liz in the film; Laura Harrier confirmed on July 2017 in an interview with Total Film that the character goes by her mother's maiden name "Allan" within the MCU, not Toomes.

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  • If you had a problem with the Punisher summary, remove that offending text manually. BTW, Defenders had already aires, so I don't see your logic in removing that summary, period.

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  • I have changed the Appearances, Images, Mentions, and Quotes categories. Do all of these need to change also? Category:Skrull

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  • Tried to create policy on that before, but got virtually nowhere. My best guess is to continue listing them as organizations until others feel strongly enough to participate in the discussion or someone has enough free time to create a unique template better suited for them.

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