can you give an example/description of what each of those are? I selected that the images were from either Behind-the-Scenes (props) or were for sale (merchandise). I understand I'm missing something, but I'm just not sure what.
Sure. It looks like you only have to add the source, which in this case would be the name of the movie.
You have to add
*''[[Iron Man (film)|Iron Man]]''
It is very similar to the references while writing articles. Next time, you can write the full source and licensing in the white box while uploading images instead of just selecting the licensing from the dropping menú, to save yourself time.
Hi KennyChief, I am a new user, Can I ask you a favor? In the 2015 article are a few of mistakes about grammar. Can you fix it, please? If I have a better control of the english I will do for myself. Please can you?
This reminds me of the discussion Shabook and I had about Helicopters and Choppers. To me, the difference between A-Bombs and Nukes were the usage of Hydrogen vs. Uranium. However, Jarvis disarmed a uranium core, making it a nuke to me.
I agree with your change, if you make it and will write a expanded history, if the change is approved. (Don't forget to add the appropriate categories, if you do it.)
I was going to create an Article called "Weapons of Mass Destruction" to cover all the Nuclear, Biological, Chemical, and Tesseract-Powered weapons seen in the MCU. To answer your question, an A-bomb utilizes nuclear fission, typically with a Uranium or Plutonium atom. An H-bomb, thermonuclear bomb, etc., uses fusion, where hydrogen atoms fuse into helium. They're a lot more destructive.
And, on a related note, those "flying atomic bombs" AKA HYDRA Parasits, are not atomic bombs, nor are they nuclear in any sense. They appear to be antimatter-based, given the clues provided in-universe.
Remember that when moving a page to a different name you have to make sure that all the old links go to the new one. Also make sure there is no redirect at place. TO figure out what links to somewhere we got this tool: