Supaidāman got a full-page bio that noted both his TV and comic debuts; while Spider-Man-67 got a little blurb squished at the bottom of a page alongside several others, so they could have omitted the former and only listed his comic appearance to save space. It also lists the Hostess Advertising Spider-Man of Earth-51914 as having debuted in Spider-Verse #1, so it's possible it got some details wrong.
Interviews with both Dan Slott and Nick Lowe have had them state that it's (meant to be) the same world as the 1967 cartoon, so at the very least we have authorial and editorial intent.
Regardless, the Earth-67 scene in Enter the Spider-Verse still recycles footage from Double Identity.
I've noticed when viewing the index of comic covers, some of the images are sorted incorrectly due to the current naming convention format. For example, if you look under "Daredevil Vol 1 109.jpg" the next image is "Daredevil Vol 1 11.jpg". This could be rectified by adding a 0 and changing the name to "Daredevil Vol 1 011.jpg" but it appears this would go against the current naming convention criteria. Or is this allowed?
It's because it was only tagged on the 22nd September 2018, so it's not even eligible to enter the move queue until October 6th when the two-week comment period has passed. At that point it will fall in line behind the other 5300+ articles waiting for their turn with the bot.
I imagine he's basing the rollback on the fact that they're not actually "a person connected by blood or marriage," that is to say, the religious distinction does not make them "relatives" as a result.
Nearly all instances godparents are not related to their godchildren unless something happens to the parents and then by definition they step in to become their legal guardians. That's quite literally what being godparents means.
Excuse me, I was just wondering if you could tell me why you undid my edit to the Marvel's Avengers Assemble Season 2 Episode 5 article, you changed the link back to Giganto (Atlantean Beast) from Giganto (Atlantean Beast) (Earth-12041), I found this a bit strange considering the 12041 version is different from the 616 version. Thanks for you time.