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  • You made several recent edits to New Fun Comics Vol 1 6, so I thought you might have access to a copy and be able to answer the following: In the Dr. Occult story, is his assistant referred to as "Rose Psychic", or is she simply called "Rose"?

    New Fun #6 is not available at the ComicBookPlus site. But Dr. Occult's second appearance (in More Fun #7) is available there, and in that issue his assistant is simply called "Rose". (See page 29 of this). Her third appearance, per GCD, is in More Fun # 19, and in that issue her full name "Rose Psychic" is given (see page 13 of this). So I'm hoping to determine if her last name was given in NF #6, or if it wasn't mentioned until later. — Lawrence King (talk) 03:34, June 24, 2018 (UTC)

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  • What's up with your latest edit? Planning a split?

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    • Toying with it. Character's got a problem but a split ain't the right solution. Looking for a way for "Gay Ghost" and "Grim Ghost" to co-exist. While fooling with that I find this whole secondary problem, where, according to Sensation Comics Vol 1 31, the Gay Ghost was actively crimefighting in Gotham City in 1930, but in his origin story he seemingly doesn't get started until after Britain and Germany are both involved in WWII, which iirc is still Sep 1939 even on Earth-Two.

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    • AFAICT, his only Post-Crisis appearances are the origin retelling in Secret Origins (Volume 2) #42, flashback cameos in History of the DC Universe #1 and Starman (Volume 2) #62, and the Comic Book Limbo appearance in Animal Man #25. As you said, a split seems unnecessary. Regarding this Sensation #31 story, I think a note about the discrepancy would be enough. That story can't be canon. It just doesn't fit.

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    • Done.

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  • I am also saddened, but Fawcett City is a late addition to the Shazam myth, not mentioned before 1985 (In that point 48 years of Captain Marvel's existence). See Fawcett City#Notes. Can I revert your edit on Marvel Family #56? Thanx.

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    • but but but but that would mean I was mistaken, which is preposterous as well as unprecedented ... wait, no it isn't. Never mind.

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  • Please don't use quotes by unnamed characters. DrJohnnyDiablo (talk) 01:49, February 23, 2018 (UTC)

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  • As a newbie here, I’d appreciate help with an abbreviation you have used. Please explain the acronym OOU. I have searched high and low for an explanation that makes sense in this context, to no avail. (See, for example, https://www.allacronyms.com/OOU. I rather like the definition there of “Order of Undeath” but I doubt that’s what you mean. ;) )

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    • "Out of universe". Breaking the fourth wall as an editor.

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    • Thank you. As is so often the case, I found the definition minutes after posting the question, but your explanation expanded upon it.

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  • Like I already asked Tupka, why do you assumed that the unnamed general in Military Comics Vol 1 5 is Joseph Goebbels? He may looked like him, but I couldn't find any proof that it was him.
    Joseph Goebbels (Quality Universe) 001
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  • Hey, SSD. I removed the trivia you added to the Sunny Sparkle page. I have misgivings about mentioning Fawcett City in the way you did. As far as I know, Fawcett City was not mentioned until Who's Who and the Crisis and was a last-minute retcon. I'm currently going through the '70s Shazam series and it is definitely set in NYC. The approach I'm currently taking with indexing the Earth-S stories is not to index the city unless it is specifically stated in the story.

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    • " the '70s Shazam series .. is definitely set in NYC. "

      Good. As it should be.

      "not to index the city unless it is specifically stated in the story."

      Maybe. In the Fawcett issues, I think it's good to tag the city as NYC, just like it's good to tag Spy Smasher stories as located in WDC. Stoop Davy Dave (talk) 01:55, November 8, 2017 (UTC)

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  • If you want to tag the quote as "The" Laughing Skull, put "The" in the brackets instead of in front of them. Otherwise, the quote is tagged as The Jonathan Dodd instead of just Jonathan Dodd.

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  • Best monocle ever.

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  • First, thank you very much for spellchecking me, I realize I missed a lot of points there. Thank you. I'm here to ask a question, I noticed that whenever I made a wikipedia link like this (www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Article_Name), you deleted the link and replaced it with { {WP|Article_Name|Article Name}}. Should I do this to all future contributions?

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