Please, stop adding the Mutants (Homo superior) category on the pages, it's unnecessary. They aren't being displayed in the category page because of a bug (or something like that) that happened sometime ago. To "repopulate" the category, you just need to do a minor edit, such as a grammar fix; no need to add the category (again) unnecessarily.
Por favor, deja de agregar la categoría Mutants (Homo superior) en las páginas, es innecesario. No se muestran en la página de categoría debido a un error (o algo así) que sucedió hace algún tiempo. Para "repoblar" la categoría, solo necesita hacer una edición menor, como una corrección gramatical; no es necesario agregar la categoría (nuevamente) innecesariamente.
The problem affected the wikia itself, as far as I know, no one knows what happened for sure, but it's already gone. There's no problem in fixing it, but you're not fixing it; you're just categorizing the page again unnecessarily. As I explained before, you just have to do a minor edit such as a grammar fix (or something like that) so the category page will be repopulated by the pages that populated it before the problem occurred.
El problema afectó a la wikia en sí misma, hasta donde yo sé, nadie sabe lo que pasó con seguridad, pero ya se ha ido. No hay problema en arreglarlo, pero no lo estás arreglando; simplemente estás categorizando la página innecesariamente. Como expliqué anteriormente, solo tiene que hacer una edición menor, como una corrección gramatical (o algo así), para que la página de la categoría sea repoblada por las páginas que la poblaron antes de que ocurriera el problema.
Is that you're unnecessarily adding a category that's already been applied to the page through the use of the origin field.
Again, just do an edit in the page of any sort (like the Krakoa page you edited some minutes ago) and the page will instantly be re-added to the category pages they pertain to.
Es que está agregando innecesariamente una categoría que ya se ha aplicado a la página mediante el uso del campo de origen.
De nuevo, solo haga una edición en la página de cualquier tipo (como la página de Krakoa que editó hace unos minutos) y la página se volverá a agregar al instante a las páginas de categoría a las que pertenecen.
To put it another way, by manually adding an automatically generated category, it disrupts the proper function of the template and requires someone to go back in and delete the manually added category so that the automatically generated one will properly appear once the problem is resolved.
Rather than manually add it, you can simply edit any other part of the article, even something as simple as fixing a comma or spelling error, and it will fix the problem with populating the automatically generated category.
Para decirlo de otra manera, agregando manualmente una categoría generada automáticamente, interrumpe el correcto funcionamiento de la plantilla y requiere que alguien regrese y elimine la categoría agregada manualmente para que el generado automáticamente aparezca correctamente una vez que se resuelva el problema.
En lugar de agregarlo manualmente, puede simplemente editar cualquier otra parte del artículo, incluso algo tan simple como corregir una coma o un error ortográfico, y solucionará el problema al rellenar la categoría generada automáticamente.
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:
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.
Awesome!!! Thank you so much. This whole Secret Avengers #23 was just a spec group play, not based in reality. Flash Thompson as Venom and Agent Venom are clearly in ASM 654 for the first time.
If we want to add a reference to the first appearance of Agent Venom, the first character that looks like him (and frankly is him) is ASM 654, but he refers to himself as Agent Venom in Venom vol 2 #1. So where would we put that 1st app of Agent Venom? Thanks again!
From a cursory bit of research I suspect it's possible that Superior Spider-Man #22 may actually be the first time the alias is explicitly used to identify Flash's codename in a recap, rather than simply Venom, but I don't believe it's an alias that needs to be tracked since it is used interchangeably from his third issue as Venom chronologically onward.
Interesting. Superior Spiderman 22 isn't until 2013, yet Flash and others refer to the alias long before in 2011 (Venom vol 2) - and he trains and performs missions as agent venom in that title as well. Seems a lot of people still care about this concept of Agent Venom and when he first appeared. Would think that is valueable information but you're the admin. If you think its just an interchangable alias not warranting a specific mention then its up to you!
Regardless, at least that SA 23 reference is gone.
I previously added citations for both the first use of Venom and first use of Agent Venom in Flash's Aliases subsection when I removed the bit about Secret Avengers #23 being relevant, so the information is there for anyone who's interested specifically in the "Agent" designation.
I'm reluctant to say he appeared by an alias which definitely wasn't used in either of the issues chronologically prior to Venom Vol 2 #1, especially when they make it clear in those two issues that he's just plain old Venom when he does try to argue the codename.
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.
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?
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.
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.
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.
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.