I agree. I've rephrased that question twice now. The main point is: his reason sounds suspiciously fishy, given his vitriolic views on aliens up to that point. So these are good only because they "knocked on the door"? He supposedly knows nothing about them, whereas he knows that Supes and MM are at least do-gooders. I just can't figure out the best way to phrase it.
I see it's tricky. The problem is that we're second guessing the series - with good reason, but still. Either we go all the way and say something like "Is there a deeper reason that G. Gordon Godfrey is supportive of the Reach, despite his antagonism for other aliens?" or we just leave it out altogether.
Actually, I think I prefer the word "scorn" to "antagonism" in this case. But yeah, I don't think this would be an issue if we didn't know about Godfrey's background in the comics. We'd just think he was being a jerk.
Last year I asked about your opinion on making a simple reference guide as to where each issue of the YJ comic tie in takes place within in the show. This is the example I provided last time of course.
Independance Day Fireworks
Young Justice #0
Now would timestamps be necessary or not as each Episode/Issue page contains them. I tried a version of this chart with stamps and it tends to really be text heavy. So would a note like "Refer to the timestamps within the article for the story" do or not? Antiyonder (talk) 22:12, September 24, 2012 (UTC)
Hey Morff, how're you doing? I was just wondering whether you have any plans to return to the wiki, seeing as you've been inactive for some months now. If not, I think it'd be wise to remove your sysop rights, and pass them on to a more active user. I hope you do plan to come back, and I hope you're enjoying Invasion.
I'm more than happy for you to give someone else sysop rights, although I don't think you need to remove my rights in order to do so. If you choose to do so, that's fine with me too (although I think I've demonstrated that I use the rights appropriately when I get round to using them at all).
I may or may not be a little more active when we get some new episodes, but can't make any promises. I'm on other Wikia wikis, though, so I'll always pick up any messages left on my wall.
WE debated this for about five minutes in the chat without getting any results. Since lobo's race wasn't named on the show but has been named in other comics and TV shows would it be approved to put his race on his page but in a trivia section if we specificlly say that it has not been revealed to be canon for earth-16 universe, but it has been stated in more than one other DC comics universe?
That edict was imported from the DCAU as a leeway to add races that weren't mentioned and to avoid a double standards. Basically, if we list everyone who looks human but aren't "identified" as such, we're making an assumption. If we assumeLucas Carr to be human, why not doing the same for Lobo?
I'm not against revision the policy, but I'll oppose double standards. If we can only list mentioned races, then we'll have to remove most of those listed as humans.
Regarding stuff like File:Ocean Master painting.jpg and File:Dick training.jpg, they sound like files which may have at some point been used either on character pages or episode pages.
Is it possible that whoever uploaded them had initially added them to articles and that they were in use, but that someone could have removed them? Instead of deleting them, why not restore them to where they would belong?
I also don't understand stuff like deleting Richard as a redirect. The use of redirects is pretty fluid, and there are many cases where people end up typing Richard or Dick over and over again cluttering the source when a redirect would make it a lot simpler.
It makes me wonder, is there a way to scan for stuff like that or is there bots programmed to do it? I could understand it as being a way to detect spam redirects but some of the stuff seems kinda common sense to be a short or alternate reference. Many people don't necessarily use the title of the page when referring to a character so pointing the names there helps in locating it for whatever form of reference is used, and for people unfamiliar with the show.