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  • Would it be acceptable to create articles on collectibles like statues etc.? (Obviously they'd need new templates.)

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    • So far, we only have media (comics, books, video games, television shows, movies) but there is no reason in principle why we can't have action figures, lithographs, and statues. It would just be a lot more to add to the wiki. :/

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    • I'm going to say no. There are a lot of collectibles, and having pages for them would consist of nothing more than an image and a line of text. Lists aren't useful either.

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    • Why do you think lists aren't useful?

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    • From a info storage/SEO/readability perspective. They might've been fun in the early days, but modern navigation insights plead against them.

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    • I'm not really concerned with search engine optimization (of *what*?) but I don't see how lists are hard to read: they actually are pretty easy to read to me. Do you have any resources on the un-readability of lists or why modern navigation insights plead against them?

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    • Scrolling. Especially on mobile, it's bad.

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    • And as for SEO: it shares a page with a lot of other images, and a lot of other super hero names. That's going to pollute Google Image Search, which makes the actual content drown out.

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    • Almost all collectibles are licensed to other companies. Besides, DC has slapped their characters on so much merchandise, it'd be practically impossible for us to cover.

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    • This is a rare occasion where I would be happier with a separate wiki covering merch which we could then partner with.

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    • I started merch.wikia.com as a test, though I'm not an expert on wiki stuff.

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