Hi, I'm ClassicFan92, and I figured you would be the best person to ask this: How do I go about asking to change the name of a page? The reason being is I noticed this error on one of the Flashpoint Paradox pages in the form of S.H.A.Z.A.M. In actuality, their combined form is called Captain Thunder, as he's referred to in the actually movie and comics.
Thank you for taking the time to listen.
I'd like to inform you that in wake of the new "Titans" series being announced for 2018, I've went ahead and created a wiki for this series. I just have one issue.
The url "titans.wikia.com" is used as a redirect for this wiki. Can you assist in deleting it as a redirect so I can use it for Titans Wiki? Considering that the titans are just a small part of the overarching DC universe, I think the url is more fitting at Titans wiki rather than sitting as a redirect that nobody uses for this wiki.
I might be persuaded to speak to Wikia on your behalf. Before I do, I'm curious to know why don't you just add the content you were planning here, instead? Why go through the trouble of creating all the templates and navigation structure and then try to improve the SEO so you show up on Google. We've done all that already. Isn't it more fun to just begin writing the actual content?
Well, I agree that at the moment it would be more fun and convenient to add it here. However, I've noticed that DC Database has been very keen on keeping up with details and emphasis on the comics, but not so much on the television shows, particularly with character articles. Most have little to no info aside from their powers/skills and what's in the infobox. And I suppose that's somewhat understandable considering how large the DC universe is and how many incarnations of many characters there are. But I kind of wanted to take the content where it is the primary focus so more in-depth information about the character can be displayed and general info on the series will expand, similarly to how it does on the Arrowverse wiki. I feel like I'd be the only one contributing more in-depth info for the characters and show's status is I only did it here.
Also, I thought since the animated Teen Titans series had one, it would be nice if live-action one would have one as well. I know it would take a lot of time and effort before it is noticeable, but I feel like it will be very active once the show begins.
I'm not sure I understand your logic. Assuming you'd be the only one adding content about TV shows here (although that's not the case), you'd still be the only one adding content about TV shows there, too. The difference being you'd have to also do the hundreds of hours of work to get a new wiki off the ground.
Unless you have a solid plan for making the new wiki a success, I don't think I can support your request. I'm sorry.
The next stage of our Wiki Modernization project is to test the page and article headers, which you can read about here. We'll begin running this test on Thursday this week.
Like we said in the blog, here's what we'll be looking at in the test:
How do readers interact with the new headers? We'll look at the number of clicks on header links, as well as how many people use the new headers vs the old ones.
What do editors think of the new design? We'll gather feedback and interaction data from you, ask follow-up questions, and do our best to understand your needs. We want a design that works well for everyone.
We want help from you and your community in figuring out if we got it right or what potential areas for improvement might be. Feel free to comment on both the reader and editor side of the header designs. We especially want to know what you think as an editor. Please leave any feedback for me here on this thread.
You are also welcome to share this information with your community, that way they are aware of the changes that have been made.
I hope you can (and want to, also) help me with something that's been troubling me since 1985. I'm from Argentina and, as a child in the 1970s, I read Superman, Green Lantern, Green Arrow, and specially Jimmy Olsen, among many others (in spanish, of course, published by "Editorial Novaro").
In what I've come to believe was a special edition of sorts, I read a list of the "most powerful superheroes"; surprisingly, Mon-El was at the top of it. I remember that very clearly, but I never could find any evidence of it. I should say that all of the comics I had were sold or destroyed.
Do you know something about this? If so, I beg you to help me, since this means so much to me. I don't have anything to offer you but my sincere and eternal gratitude. Thank you for your time. I look forward to hearing from you.
Superman and Green Lantern (and others) do not have a separate Prime Earth (Post-Flashpoint) page yet; the infobox information is all for the old version and the history section temporarily holds Prime Earth info before they're split off.
For the images, we're going by historical perspective: what is the most recognizable version of the character? We don't go by what they wear at the moment; the history section and gallery can reflect that.
Hey I left a question at the forum but never got answered hoping u can help. In Prime Earth when did Hal Jordan and John Stewart first meet? The first comic that I could find where there both featured is Green Lantern 20? is that right?
It sounds like you are a Green Lantern expert, too! (Please ignore my profile pic, I am not a Green Lantern expert). The cool part about our site is that we encourage fanatic research and our database enables self-study. Our community isn't really structured in a way to support answering questions posed by the public, but I'm sure someone who is equally keen on the subject will come along eventually and respond to your forum post.