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  • Have been checking out the Paul Jenkins stuff on Spawn? I saw you updated some of the stuff on #250. I've been reading through early Spawn stuff recently and I was curious how you thought the new direction was going?

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    • Hi 

      Sorry for not replying sooner, chaotic with work!

      I like the new direction - for now. I like how Todd McFarlane hasn't rebooted but just carried the story on. Just read 251 and pretty happy with that too.

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    • I've been thinking of checking it out. I read he wasn't planning on rebooting anytime soon. He wants to get to issue 301 and be the longest running independent comic (beating Dave Sims record of 300). But that interview was several years ago too...

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  • Hello,

    Thanks for helping out with the wiki; your help is much appreciated. I was looking over some of the recent activity and I just wanted to point out the use of the Image Template. Our goal here is to have this said template used with every image, that way the creators get proper credit and we can source them to whichever comic they belong to. All you have to do is click edit, then copy and paste the Standard Options part onto the page and update it accordingly. If you have any questions about what goes in the fields just let me know. Thanks again for everything. :-) Queso6p7 06:04, April 25, 2014 (UTC)

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    • I did that and it removed the image so I cancelled my changes.

      Not sure what to do?

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    • That and the other pages you made are very good :-). There were only a few things to tweak : 1) the creator names: they don't need to have the square brackets around them as the template does that work for us-just the characters, vehicles, locations, items, and equipment do. 2) The synopsis: should cover major plot points in the comic rather than being a play by play, but yours was really good. 3) The Image: You named the comic page perfectly and the same rules apply to image names. Those for comic covers differ from other pictures, but we'll just focus on covers for now. They're named the same way as the issue they're the cover for so Spawn #1's cover image is named Spawn Vol 1 1.jpg. I usually copy all of the standard options from the image template and then fill in:

      License: Fair Use
      Image Type: Cover Art
      Issue: Series Name Volume # and Issue # (e.g. Spawn Vol 1 1) This part can be tricky as there's a template I usually use to standardize the issue name, so you can skip this part if you want
      Subject: Character(s) on cover full name (first and last), if known (e.g. Lara Croft)
      CoverArtist: Creator name (e.g. Todd McFarlane; multiple lines can be entered for several creators)

      For an example of how this is filled out, check out an image I did a little re-work on with the template. Just click edit on the image and see how the fields are filled out. Other than those minor things the pages looked great! Thank you and keep up the good work. Queso6p7 10:28, April 27, 2014 (UTC)

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  • Hi, welcome to Image Comics Database! Thanks for your edit to the File:300px-Gen 12 Vol 1 1.jpg page.

    Please leave me a message if I can help with anything!

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