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  • I feel like I've told you a kazillion times already: don't replace images without discussion, and don't replace them without doing anything with the old one. Create a gallery.

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  • When you replace an image, please tag the old one for deletion.

    Also, use the proper naming conventions for images.

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  • Let's hold off on creating the characters until there are decent quality images out there. Besides, we have no indication they're called Aquaman and Cyborg in-universe.

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  • When you upload images, can you please not make their name the same as the pagename of the subject? That causes trouble should we move things. Instead, "Character Universe 000n". No parentheses.

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  • Were those five digital comics ever published as one paper release? If not, you just made up a book. If so, please provide credits and an actual cover.

    The page will probably get deleted if you don't address this.

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  • Please do not replace the main image on characters with unsourced promo images. You can put them in the character gallery.

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  • Please stop mucking with the images. Just stop.

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    • Actually, the main image was changed by Kyle - not Bobby stronda. This guy's been adding other stuff, but the main picture's been Two-Face for a couple days.

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    • No Harold, Bobby has been flipping the images for months. The edit that Kyle reverted was TheD3xus reverting Bobby. Bobby's edit was to change the aliases and flip the images.

      For clarity, Bobby's edits to Harvey Dent (Nolanverse) consist of:

      1. February 16, 2014 - Replacing the infobox image with a since deleted Two-Face image even though there is one in the body of the articles. An image he had uploaded.
      2. May 4, 2014 - Doing it again with an image he uploaded.
      3. August 25, 2014 - Doing it again, though this time masking it with the change to the aliases and not adding a new image. He just duplicated the Two-Face image from the body of the article.
      4. September 1, 2014 - Re adding the Harvey as DA image to replace the Two-Face in the text.

      Frankly, all he seems interested in is just changing the infobox image without discussing it. As far as that goes, he can stop.

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    • OK. But I didn't understand why put a image of him was Harvey Dent if he turned the two-face?Bobby stronda (talk) 03:58, September 4, 2014 (UTC)

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  • Hello!

    Thank you for uploading new content to the DC Database project!

    We have lots of images in our database, 126,450 in fact, and in order to keep them organized we use a system of naming, categories and licensing added to each.

    1. Please review our Naming Conventions for Images. Images are categorized by name, so a descriptive name rather than a string of numbers is important.
      1. As a guide, look what other images in a character's gallery are called, and continue with the same name and number. If you upload a first image of a character, use "[Name] [Universe] 001". Do not use parentheses, or the full pagename. Ignore the Universe designation if it is a New Earth character.
      2. Issue covers should be given at least the title of the series, the volume and the number. A name similar to the issue is preferred: "Title Vol 1 1". Textless covers should be called "Title Vol 1 1 Textless". Files that do not indicate the issue number will be deleted.
    2. Images should be no less than 300px wide, unless no bigger image is available.
    3. Add the Image Template to the images you upload. This is mandatory. Fill it in as detailed here, or below.
    4. Selecting the proper license is vital to properly maintaining our images. Please choose the license which best describes the image you are uploading. The most commonly used are 'Comic Single Panel' and 'Comic Cover', respectively.
    5. Other fields that should be filled in: Issue, Subject1, Artist. Add Source if you've taken it from a different site. If you've taken it from a different site and don't know the issue, DO NOT UPLOAD IT.

    For a more in-depth guide, see Help:Image Template Hub. In addition, please take a moment to review our policies page and more specifically our image policy.

    If you have any questions, feel free to ask them in reply to this post and our admins will explain how you can improve for next time.

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    You continue to ignore the image policy, you don't even respond to these messages. You got a final warning and a three hour block next time, but that didn't teach you anything. You're blocked for longer now.

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  • Creating such a thing, and changing the naming convention, requires discussion. And let's wait till we actually get a DC Cinematic Universe.

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  • I don't know if you've found out yet or not but your block was only for 3 hours. Pestering me about it on Marvel wasn't the best approach to deal with it but its done and you're unblocked now. Please use the image template when uploading images from now on.

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