aka Andrew Simpson

Scoobypedia Detective
  • I live in Peoria Arizona
  • I was born on September 27
  • I am Male
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  • It wasn't the right place to talk about the subject, and it would be awkward anyway considering the subject matter, but this is something we discussed beforehand on Twitter, and I ok'd her. It's not very nice, but there is a large concern that WB are depicted this in their ignorant way. We need to put a spotlight on this as much as possible to make WB at least see one mistake they're making with Scooby-Doo. I told her that a blog would be better and want to unblock her so she can make it into a blog instead.

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  • Next time you edit, the word "article" is mispelled on the third line

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  • Why isn't Nova in Romantic intrests?

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  • Someone forgot to put in "Scooby's night with a frozen fright" which is after "Jeepers,It's the Creeper

    And "Go Away Ghost Ship" is before "Spooky Space Kook" when it should be the other way around.

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  • Why did you undo those edits? They were incarcerated before Nibiru happened and when it did happen and the evil entity was destroyed, it altered reality and they were never incarcerated.

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  • 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:

    • Dynomutt
    • 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)
    • Johnny Bravo
    • The Scooby-Doo Project
    • Night of the Living Doo
    • Those Meddling Kids
    • An Evening with the Scooby-Doo Gang (it's small, and that's why I didn't treat it legit, because it was a DVD extra)
    • Bat-Mite's Strangest Cases

    Not canon:

    • Harvey Birdman
    • Scoobynatural

    Still separate universes (so "canon" is mute)

    • Scooby Goes Hollywood
    • Raja Gosnell films
    • First Frights/Spooky Swamp (I look at that particular series as its own universe)
    • SDMI
    • Brian Levant films
    • BCSD
    • Scooby Apocalypse
    • Scoob

    I've also reconsidered having a page for Monster Party from OK K.O., but I wouldn't consider that to be canon, and I don't think we need pages of the main characters of OK K.O.

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    • TheAtomicLight wrote:

      Muddlemore wrote: Also, if we're now counting video games and comic books, I think Mystery Map should also count

      How different is it from Lego?

      Lego should probably count but you can make the argument that because the Lego movies make meta jokes about the fact that they are legos, they are their own thing. Does Mystery Map have any meta gags about them being puppets?

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    • I don't believe so.

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  • Hi again! I'm just dropping by to let you know of a new scheme introduced at Fandom called Editor Rewards. This is a great new scheme designed to reward editors on Fandom, with merchandise ranging from free video games, hoodies, collectibles, and more!

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  • Hey!

    So I bring some great news on a new feature introduced at Fandom!

    Special:Analytics is a new statistics tracking tool for admins on all Fandom wikis.

    This feature includes some really insightful statistics that should allow you guys to inform some wiki decisions, such as:

    • Top viewed pages
    • # of page views (daily over the past 30 days)
    • Most visited files
    • Desktop vs mobile sessions
    • and more!

    So as I mentioned above, this feature is really great as it allows you to see what areas are doing very well and how you can capitalise on them. For example, the tool shows your most popular article (by a big distance) is List of monsters and villains. Users are really drawn to that article so it might be good to make it even easier for them to get to it. You have it in your wiki's navigation which is awesome, but a link somewhere on your main page would be useful too. This is just one way this tool is super useful! :)

    Hopefully you like this feature, it's been highly requested for some time and we would really appreciate your feedback on it. For more help with it, please feel free to ask me questions and also refer to these two super useful articles:


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    • I don't exactly handle this kind of stuff not because I want too it just looks too complicated for me. But I'm willing to try it out if Atomic Light is ok with this.

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    • Hey! If you don't mind me asking, what bit do you find complicated? The Special:Analytics tool or giving that link exposure? :)

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    • It's mostly all the coding and how it all works. I have different ways of learning. I mean it doesn't sound too complicated.

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    • Alrighty! If you need some tips on anything more specific, please feel free to let me know - happy to help!

      I will be out of office next week but I'll respond to messages as soon as I return. :)

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  • I coordially invite you to read the following entry in the Mystery Log, which currently has 11 entries already. Here's the link:

    I think it's my most favorite entry of the Mystery Log because of the message it had. I saw the episode while writing it, and I was surprised that Scooby-Doo actually busted a mystery that dealt with something as horrible and sickening and deadly as...

    Well, you'll have to read and see for yourself.

    And share it with your fellow admins and friends.

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    • I'm waiting to see logs of certain episodes and thanks for the invite.

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    • No problem. If you get time to read my log entry on The Headless Skateboarder, you might agree with me when I say I was surprised by the message and the crime in the episode I was logging into the Mystery Log

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  • Hello, Andrew. I want to give you an offer. You see, I want to create an entire journal catalogging all of the mysteries Scooby and the gang solved, from the days of the Scooby-Doo Detective Agency to the present. Of course, this journal will be in blog form, and it can be recommended to anyone else who is new to this site.

    Let me know what you think and if its' okay for me to Scooby-Dooby-Doo it. (Get it?) :-)

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