Hi, some recently had a very short interview with John Cawley, author of Encyclopedia of Cartoon Super Stars. It is interesting, but a bit vague and I was wondering if it would make a valid source or not.
After telling User:Ann.white.1610092 once not to add "Voice actors" cat when unnecessary, she did it again. But I don't want to go through them all again, so if you're there, It'd be helpful if you could remove them with your bot.
I was thinking that because the ghost impersonator is treated like the real thing until the culprit is exposed, that the real character should have a disambiguation and that name be redirected to the impersonator, who has more relevance than the person they're impersonating.
So, Captain Cutler would be renamed to "Captain Cutler (sailor)" and then Captain Cutler would be redirected to Ghost of Captain Cutler. I half did it with Jack Rogers (cowboy), but I haven't yet made a redirect for Jack Rogers to Ghost of Dapper Jack Rogers. (They're two different cases, but they both feature the fake monster being treated like the real deal, and who has more screen time, etc.) Do you think this is okay, or not? If not, I should probably change "Jack Rogers (cowboy)" to just Jack Rogers.
We're in the process of launching a set of television footers, similarly to how we launched our successful gaming footers; we were wondering if there was interest in having the Scooby-Doo site included?
There may be some broken links in the character boxes because of a template issue I don't know where to fix yet. There are some shortcuts like "SDMI211" or something like that, which also need to be fixed. (Never mind, I found it.)
I think it might be a good idea to rename all the Gold Key stuff to Western Publishing, because there are the same comics published under the name Whitman. It's the same with DC when they used Johnny DC as an imprint label, but we still say that DC published them.
The whole Gold Key/Whitman labels seem a little confusing to me, because they seem a little bigger than Johnny DC, but Gold Key/Whitman is still just Western using a different name.