I'm going according to the Grand Comics Database dating system. B&CA #1 was published in December '96, but it went on sale at the same time as comics cover-dated February '97. The wiki automatically categorizes publication date two months behind cover date, so the issue is still in "Category:1996, December (Publication)".
Right, well I was wondering because the Marvel characters of the same universe are dated and categorised as debuting in 1996 on the marvel wiki (if you have a look at the first appearance field on Steven Rogers (Earth-3839)) and I was wondering, could you confirm if your changes mean that all references that point toward December, 1996 in all Marvel character pages should to be changed to February, 1997?
I have to plead ignorance. On every other wiki I've contributed to, users could rename/redirect pages themselves, so I didn't realize that redirects were restricted on this one. I thought it would be a simple enough project to do on my own. It's my fault for not reading the wiki rules ahead of time. I'm sorry.
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When you upload an image, you don't need to select the dropdown menu and add the template after. It just adds the template to the image twice and messes things up. Also, take a look at the changes I made to the image you uploaded for Hugo Hornspred. It was close but I cleaned a few things up.