I think there should be a news section. I have just read news about the Thor movie and I can't see anywhere to put this news. heres the news]!
Doomlurker 16:44, 29 September 2008 (UTC)
Greetings from the Inhabitants of Insanity!
Well hello there, folks. My name is StarNinja99, also known as Ninjur, SN99, Ninja, and even Nina, on some occasions.
I represent a place called Arkhampedia. Arkhampedia is an up and coming humor wiki run by the Joker and a group of insane Cell keepers at Arkham Asylum. Many of the current users are from our mother site, Darthipedia. These men include A harry mutant, A Desperado from the back lands, A Texan Rebel, A British Mafia Crimelord , and, finally, me, and Insane Irishmen with multiple personality disorder.
Your not being funny, Ninja. Get on with it.
Anyhow, the site started humbly, as a purely Batman humor wiki. Upon user request, we moved up from that to a DC humor wiki. We started a Marvel wiki, Exilepedia, but after a combination of things, it failed, and we shut it down. We've upped the anty lately, and jumped from a mere 12 or 13 articles, to the current 69, and have our own good and featured articles, called Ace Cards and Featured Inmates, up and running.
We are in the midst of an aggressive expansion. If you want to sour with the eagles, you'd better get somebody to fit you with wings, right?
That metaphor made absolutely no sense, Nina.
Can it, SN.
The point is we need users. And not just Darthipedians. We need people, like yourselves, that have a genuine and advanced knowledge of the comic book universe. If you want to be an arkhampedian, go get started, we love new users, and aren't to picky on who gets in or gets out.
Hi I would like to ask if any of the Marvel Movies share the same universe as their comic counterparts in the Marvel multiverse. Can your answer be based on the official word of Marvel? Thanks.
Marvel Movie Continuity
Hi I would like to ask if any of the Marvel Movies share the same universe as their comic counterparts in the Marvel multiverse. Can your answer be based on the official word of Marvel? Thanks. Pelletboy 04:34, 11 July 2009 (UTC)
Technicly, no. Only movies that do have a continuity with each other are Iron Man, The Incredible Hulk, Thor, The First Avenger: Captain America, and The Avengers. Along with any others that fall under production of Marvel Studios.
But, I'd like to think, sometimes, there is. Only because I'm a big fan. And what fan wouldn't want to see Hugh Jackman and Tobey Miguire back to back as Wolverine and Spider-Man? J. A. R. Head 22:46, December 17, 2009 (UTC)
Okay, when I found this Wikia, I thought it was cool until I noticed some really usless pages and a lot of inaccurate things that will never happen and haven't been talked about for years and have been dropped. You guys don't do a lot of updating...
I never recomend this Wikia to anyone who wants the latest news. And I came back on today (I have no idea why) and I seriously don't think this should be a Wikia... Wikias are supposed to be informational, not mis-guiding. For example: Magneto has been cancled, Gambit hasn't been in talks of anything for a long time, there isn't any confirmed Captain America films other than "The First Avenger", and the same with Thor. You guys got dates on so many films that aren't happening or stopped years ago (SHIELD, Nick Fury, Namor: The Submariner, X-Men spin-offs and prequels that have been canceled or not in the works any more, etc...).
There needs to be a lot of clean up on this site... J. A. R. Head 00:07, May 31, 2010 (UTC)
Could we add some more persenlity boxs for characters.
Only a flew character pages has them, and we could edit some characters pesenlity boxs as I think we could do better.