Can we just say that Santa, like the Monitors, exists independent of a reality designation? It's probably safe to say that Santa isn't bound by our puny understanding of the multiverse. It looks really weird to have (New Earth) appended to his name. The Paradox 04:45, 11 December 2008 (UTC)
- Unaware that this point had already been brought up, I came to this Talk Page to bring up exactly the same idea. This would also clean up little hiccups, like his appearance in Fables #56. I think it would be pretty safe to add a Move tag here. It would definitely simplify things. Any objections? I don't think that we'll have too many problems here, unless like Nazi Santa on Earth-10 gets his own title.
"Agios" used as first name
The article says, according to John Constantine : "Agios Nikolaus, born in Patara, Lycia (Turkey) in 270 CE." IThen goes on with: "as an adult, Agios was appointed the Bishop of Myra". But is "agios" really used as a given name in Constantine's retelling ? As a matter of fact, that's merely a greek word (ἅγιος) that means "saint". Agio Nikolaus means nothjing else than "Saint Nicholas". LelalMekha 13:10, July 22, 2011 (UTC)
- True. Changed. I still don't like it being there (as a Dutchman, I know full well that St. Nick is actually a cousin of that portly American gift giver). --Tupka217 17:58, January 4, 2014 (UTC)
This is probably going to be hard to swallow, but I feel like this page needs a name change to open up for a disambig. The pages I'm thinking about in particular are Santa Klaus (New Earth) and Captain Bigg (The Santa Claus Pirate). I was also considering making a Second Santa (Earth-Teen Titans) page, but we'll cross that bridge when we come to it.
Anyway, is there anyway to disambiguate these guys? I can understand not wanting to move this page. I don't even know what we would move it to. Any ideas on how to solve this? --- Haroldrocks talk 17:53, January 4, 2014 (UTC)