Pertinent trivia?

Is pointing out the Spanish is all wrong pertinent? From what I have experienced and read from others, the normality is for languages to be butchered; it is far more exceptional when they aren't. If it's pertinent, this type of trivia can be more or less copy-pasted on most issues featuring another language than English. -- Something0Something (talk) 08:32, August 23, 2018 (UTC)

I think it should still be included even if it's common. If necessary we could make a template to save having to copy-paste the same text. (It does still need to be re-written so it's not so aggressive towards the writer.) --HarleyWelcomeQuinn (talk) 07:14, August 23, 2018 (UTC)
From my perspective, it would be far more pertinent to point out when it isn't butchering a language, aka outside the norm. -- Something0Something (talk) 14:03, August 23, 2018 (UTC)
I think it's noteworthy, and should be used on all issue pages like The Brave and the Bold (Volume 3) #9 and Hawkman (Volume 4) #18. We have to inform the reader, and they may not know about what you call "the norm". I'd love to see some statistical analysis for the claim that that is the norm, before I call it the norm. --Tupka217 12:22, August 23, 2018 (UTC)
It can be pointed out that the norm is for the none English languages to be butchered in the "out of the norm" issues, simply with a formulation like "X is used correctly in this issue. It is noteworthy because usually none-English languages are butchered in comics" or something similar.
And I doubt there are any statistics about it. However, I doubt you need that to have an idea. French, German, Russian, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Chinese and Japanese are apparently languages which get mostly butchered. And I base myself on comments I've seen across these last years of people reading comics in English (from various eras) and who are native speakers of those languages.
But that's just my word, so since this is DC wikia and there isn't only English native speakers...what about asking others what they can say from their experience ? Don't know, maybe I'm just in the wrong circles. -- Something0Something (talk) 15:55, August 23, 2018 (UTC)
It could be rewritten to be somewhat less aggresive and more informative. I was just kind of pissed at the time of writing it. I'll come up with something later and will also fix the typo in the process.
Also, I don't think a generic template note would work for every case, as some writers have more knowledge about foreign languages than others. - S.S. (talk) 14:56, August 23, 2018 (UTC)
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