Haha. I have no idea why this guy has decided to hate me.......i genuinely cant think of any incident this is referring to. on the rare occassion i remove an image, i usually alawys comment stating why i'm deleting it ("this is in a wrong characters gallery" mostly). i guess i was too busy "point spamming" to pay attention to abusing my privileges... no wonder i got banned
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The MACH V (/mach-v/29-4822/) and Beetle pages are really confused. It's another case where a character has two identifiable guises. Abe Jenkins was the first and longest Beetle but since the 90s has been more commonly known as MACH V.
I'm not really sure what to do, but something needs doing with the Beetle page so people don't just use that when they mean MACH V/Abe Jenkins/the original Beetle?
Also while I'm here, is there a particular reason why Amazing Spider-Man isn't broken up into two separate volumes after the Byrne/Mackie reboot? Every other title, even after renumbering, still has a separate volume.
This isn't necessarily a duplicate issue but simply a page that needs to be deleted. A Viner has added story arcs based on the name of trades that are released. Here is an example: Cable and the New Mutants. This isn't an arc, it's simply a series of stories that tells when Cable was introduced to the New Mutants. One of the issues doesn't even have Cable in it. Aztek has marked others I've brought up, but I didn't find this one until just now. Thanks.
*Edit: fixed my grammar*
What's so wrong with my story arc pages? :(
The logic being that these are to some degree on-going story arcs in the form of a sub-plot or on-going theme. Sure it's not an event like Civil War or whatever, but it's still a story arc. There's a beginning, middle and end to them and these elements span multiple issues. Cable and the New Mutants for example is a story about the introduction of Cable and his taking over of the New Mutants. It's very easily defined as a story arc because it begins with them meeting Cable and ends several issues later with him leading them. Likewise, a Force to be Reckoned With is, thinly, an on-going story arc about the beginnings of the X-Force team.