Hola. En las páginas de Avengers: Infinity War y todos los demás relacionados con la escena post créditos de la película, se dice que Nick Fury y Maria Hill se desvanecieron en Chicago. ¿Sabes de dónde salió esa información? Porque no he encontrado ninguna fuente fiable respecto a eso y sugeriría sacarla de los artículos, ya que no hay fuentes que justifiquen eso.
Aparentemente, la información viene de la matrícula del auto de Fury y los civiles vistos en la escena post-créditos de Infinity War ya que la placa del auto indica que es de Chicago. ¿Cuenta como confirmación?
I don't mean to bother you again, and I don't know if you've already got this on your radar but I have noticed some things about the home page's associated templates that are in need of updating and fixing. So, the template for the comic books needs to add the Ant-Man and the Wasp Prelude, while the Upcoming template and countdown should focus on Iron Fist Season 2 as there is enough of a time gap between it and Captain Marvel to be the centerpiece for the home page. Just thought I would tell you so the home page could be up to date on current events.
Hey Shabook. I am Fightnightwinger and I need your help. On the discussion in Superpower wiki, the main purpose of the discussion is whether the original Captain America from Marvel Comics is enhanced Super-Soldier. My admin, Kuopofi won't make any good changes in Enhanced Condition page unless someone who is a higher position to support the original Captain America. Here is the discussion. Can you add a good comment saying "Yes. 616 Cap is enhanced Super-Soldier, and should be add in EC (Enhanced Condition) page." ?
On the deleted scene page it says that Bakaar was shot dead by Raza in a description of the scene. Yet then in clicking on his main profile page it glances over this by ignoring it and then goes on to say he was left to the villagers by Stark to die...clearly both are not true
I added to the Terrors page that Brigid O'Reilly was one because the page describes this in its opening paragraph: "Terrors are people infected by the simultaneous Darkforce and Lightforce explosion caused by the Roxxon Corporation. They are granted superhuman abilities but revert to a primal state and are thus very hostile. Regular people can turn into Terrors by being in direct contact with them as well." Well, Brigid O'Reilly was infected with Darkforce and Lightforce that came from a Roxxon pipe after it was shot by Connors. The pipe is of the same design as the pipe that turned Dan into a Terror in the episode prior. Now, User:David Kaique undid my edit to the page, where I left a similar summary to his Message Wall, but I was wondering your thoughts on this. It also seemed like the show was teasing Brigid being a Terror since that is what most fans believe after seeing her come back.
I was just on the new Infinity War page (which has come out real nice), when I thought about how the war is titled "Infinity War" which is the subtitle of the movie it is in. So by that logic, should other wars like the one from Avengers 2 be titled "Age of Ultron" or change "Avengers Civil War" to "Civil War"? Obviously doesn't ally to all, but was just thinking and wanted to know your opinion.
Infinity War having the same name as the subtitle of the movie is merely and just a coincidence, fitting with the event from the comics named Infinity War and what was seen in the movie. It's in no way a precedent for renaming things, or a rule to be established.
Besides, there is no need in renaming articles whose name has worked fine for years.