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#1 Edited by Yumulu (762 posts) - - Show Bio
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#4 Posted by Yumulu (762 posts) - - Show Bio

Isn't Shatterstar more of an omnisexual kind of alien?

#5 Posted by Yumulu (762 posts) - - Show Bio

@pikahyper: @fesak said:

No they shouldn't be added unless the character himself actually used it as an alias

Well it seems fesak was responding to the original question as to know if insulting nicknames count as aliases. I am only responding to the comment you made about internet screen names. And well there nothing in his last post that would say otherwise, I think we can all agree that when someone use an internet alias he use it himself?

#6 Posted by Yumulu (762 posts) - - Show Bio

@pikahyper: For completion sake or just because it interesting facts; the section is called aliases not some aliases or most used alias.

#7 Posted by Yumulu (762 posts) - - Show Bio

@pikahyper said:

Whats to stop users from adding internet screen names as aliases then? There have been a lot of characters that have "chatted" online in the comics using screen names like we all use, those don't have a legitimate place, off the top of my head I remember Iron Man, Robin, Nightwing, Black Canary & Batman using screen names and I'm sure there are a lot more.

Well internet screen names are aliases.

#8 Posted by Yumulu (762 posts) - - Show Bio

a·li·as

[ey-lee-uhs] Show IPA noun, plural -as·es, adverb

noun1.a false name used to conceal one's identity; an assumed name: The police files indicate that “Smith” is an alias for Simpson.

adverb2.at another time; in another place; in other circumstances; otherwise. “Simpson alias Smith” means that Simpson in other circumstances has called himself Smith.

#9 Posted by Yumulu (762 posts) - - Show Bio

80's for the overall DC and Marvel stuff, 90's for the rest.

#10 Posted by Yumulu (762 posts) - - Show Bio

I don't get it... why do DC like to sabotage themselves? They must have people in the editorial department that secretly work undercover for Marvel.