I was seeing italics around "(formerly)", which I didn't agree with until at least yesterday, but I also thought maybe it would suit "(incarcerated)", "(deceased)", and "(retired)" to make it stand out as being different.
My new view of canon, is that comics, books, and video games shouldn't be admonished because of their mediums, which I was doing, because that's the way I view it when all media of TV and films get this kind of extended universe type treatment. But with the continuing way WB let things happen (with a new iteration of Batman every time he pops up, and the films of this year), it kinda seems pointless at this point. Especially when the comics have tried harder with continuity, especially the Team-Up books.
And outside of comics, I would like to treat some cartoons as canon:
Laff-a-Lympics (not fully with episodes, but if we have the pages for characters, locations, etc. that appeared outside of Laff-a-Lympics, then we can let in that info, too)
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