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  • In your removal of the weights that I posted, you are removing the substantiation for saying the weights weigh 400 pounds. It was stated in the comic that the weights total to 400 pounds. All I did was break down how it did weigh that much. It was the weight of the standard bar, which is 45 lb plus the weights today at put on. When you remove that, you are removing evidence. This is not speculation, on my part. I lift weights all the time, and I am probably going to become a fitness instructor. I have been doing this for years, so I know how weights are measured. All I'm trying to do, is maintain a high standard of evidence, and avoid conjecture.

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    • No, I won't add speculation, but I would also appreciate it if in the event a future edit is removed, somebody tells me why.

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    • The reason was right there in the edit summary in which your edits were removed, not my fault that you didn't read it. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

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  • I assumed it was an Artist, and not a retailer since Amazing Spider-Man 4 1 was also a Dynamic Forces Variant, sorry

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  • I uploaded the image of the cover for the Venom movie's tie-in comic, and then noticed there was an IGN watermark on it. I found a version of the cover without the watermark here - https://78.media.tumblr.com/ba536831f4a9857bdf06ddd569f9bbae/tumblr_pf278pU1wg1r9ao7c_1280.jpg - but I can't overwrite the previous image to replace it, nor can I upload it as a separate file for some reason and let the watermarked one be deleted. Since you're a mod, I figure you'd have the ability to do so.

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  • Kwannon (Revanche) has reclaimed her Asian body. That WAS an image of Kwannon, as confirmed by Jim Zub in his Twitter account.

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  • In the same way the Storyline and Story Arc both link to their glossary pages, it makes much more sense to me that Event should link to a glossary entry defining what we consider to be an event, rather than having it link to the Category page.

    Being an admin, would you be willing to write what our definition is of an Event at the location Glossary:Event? Thanks a bunch!

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  • The Phoenix Force's article states its firebird form was inspired by Feron, but it's shown manifesting as a firebird when bonded to Lady Phoenix in 1,000,000 BCE.

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    • As a side note, I'm hoping the upcoming Black Panther issue of Avengers will potentially explain multiple meteorites over time instead of such a drastic shift from specifically 10,000 years ago to over a million, but we'll see.

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    • AnnabellRice wrote: As a side note, I'm hoping the upcoming Black Panther issue of Avengers will potentially explain multiple meteorites over time instead of such a drastic shift from specifically 10,000 years ago to over a million, but we'll see.

      Hopefully they'll address the issue. Heck, since Agamotto's origins were retconned to make him ~ 975 000 years older than previously established, for all we know Stone Age Black Panther will be revealed to be Bashenga.

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  • Sorry, I caught your message to late to stop what I was doing.

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    • No problem. Just remember that you have to wait until "Si-Fan (Earth-616)" is moved to "Celestial Order of the Si-Fan (Earth-616)" to create that category again. When adding memberships to character pages, you have to put the name of the teams/organizations they're part of inside of {{m|}} in the affiliation section of the page. Alternate reality versions of characters are all categorized under their reality's version of the organization, and this category is automatically categorized under the main category (meaning "Celestial Order of the Si-Fan members (Earth-79816)" would fall under "Celestial Order of the Si-Fan members").

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    • Got it.

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  • The image Knull (Earth-616) from Venom Vol 4 3 001.jpg clearly depicts Knull with All-Black (as it appeared in the following issue) and a horde of symbiotes, stated to have been set billions of years ago. So either he got started on the symbiote army before he lost All-Black, he created an identical replacement sword, or there's a continuity error in-place.

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  • When you've got the time to look into it, this image from Thor: God of Thunder #6 should probably be renamed "Knull (Earth-616) and All-Black (Klyntar) (Earth-616) from Thor: God of Thunder Vol 1 6" or something similar.

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    • The Many-Angled One wrote:

      Arawn 999 wrote:

      The Many-Angled One wrote:

      Arawn 999 wrote:

      The Many-Angled One wrote:

      Arawn 999 wrote:

      The Many-Angled One wrote:

      Arawn 999 wrote:

      The Many-Angled One wrote: Yeah, it is. But if it hasn't been moved yet by the time I'm done creating the pages for the comic books of October, I'll do it.

      Any thoughts on if/how All-Black's page should be rewritten once it's renamed and reformatted?

      I leave it up to you since I just did the only modification I had planned to do, which was to change its template from item to character.

      Seems good, but what about the rename from "All-Black the Necrosword" to "All-Black (Klyntar) (Earth-616)"?

      Working on it. It may take some time since there's a lot of links to change and some images to rename before that.

      I can help change links.

      Thanks! :)

      I think we got all of the links. That just leaves image names and the article itself, right?

      There are a few links left.

      Now there aren't. I'm going to move the page now; hope you're not editing it atm.

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    • The Many-Angled One wrote:

      The Many-Angled One wrote:

      Arawn 999 wrote:

      The Many-Angled One wrote:

      Arawn 999 wrote:

      The Many-Angled One wrote:

      Arawn 999 wrote:

      The Many-Angled One wrote:

      Arawn 999 wrote:

      The Many-Angled One wrote: Yeah, it is. But if it hasn't been moved yet by the time I'm done creating the pages for the comic books of October, I'll do it.

      Any thoughts on if/how All-Black's page should be rewritten once it's renamed and reformatted?

      I leave it up to you since I just did the only modification I had planned to do, which was to change its template from item to character.

      Seems good, but what about the rename from "All-Black the Necrosword" to "All-Black (Klyntar) (Earth-616)"?

      Working on it. It may take some time since there's a lot of links to change and some images to rename before that.

      I can help change links.

      Thanks! :)

      I think we got all of the links. That just leaves image names and the article itself, right?

      There are a few links left.

      Now there aren't. I'm going to move the page now; hope you're not editing it atm.

      The move was completed. Now there's only some images to rename left.

      EDIT: All images were moved.

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  • I think that it's a Marvel retcon. Previously they used "Old Ones" in describing Shuma-Gorath and the race that he ruled over. Now after the Thanos Imperative, they implied that he was one of the Many-Angled Ones. Then in the Marvel Fact Files, in the entry for Many-Angled Ones they said they are also known as the Old Ones and now the history of Shuma-Gorath and the other Old Ones when they were on Earth is the history of the Many-Angled Ones. If the two are merged, I think it should be under the page for Many-Angles Ones since that is what Marvel is calling them these days.

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    • We don't rename every race page whenever a new alias for them is revealed or just because it is "what Marvel is calling them these days"; we keep the official name as the main page and have all their aliases redirect to it. With that said, Shuma-Gorath's entry in Marvel Fact Files #46 specifically says that the Old Ones are also known as Many-Angled Ones, so if the merge is to happen, Many-Angled Ones is to be merged to Old Ones since that is their original name.

      Also, revealing the Old Ones are also called Many-Angled Ones isn't a retcon in any way. If the other Old Ones / Many-Angled Ones are anything like Shuma-Gorath, they exist outside reality as we know it and are capable to enter it with nothing but a small piece of themselves, making it possible for them to have multiple histories throughout the Multiverse.

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    • The Many-Angled One wrote: We don't rename every race page whenever a new alias for them is revealed or just because it is "what Marvel is calling them these days"; we keep the official name as the main page and have all their aliases redirect to it. With that said, Shuma-Gorath's entry in Marvel Fact Files #46 specifically says that the Old Ones are also known as Many-Angled Ones, so if the merge is to happen, Many-Angled Ones is to be merged to Old Ones since that is their original name.

      Also, revealing the Old Ones are also called Many-Angled Ones isn't a retcon in any way. If the other Old Ones / Many-Angled Ones are anything like Shuma-Gorath, they exist outside reality as we know it and are capable to enter it with nothing but a small piece of themselves, making it possible for them to have multiple histories throughout the Multiverse.

      Plus, Marvel still uses "Old Ones" when the writers want to be more Lovecraftian, like in Carnage Vol. 2.

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