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I added some pictures to the wiki, File:030529.jpg (File:AdultKat, File:AdultKit.jpg were clips from this) and File:Cheetprisoner4at.jpg. I noticed they are gone now, did someone delete them? Are we not allowed to show parts from the comic? I'm not sure why, if we're allowed to show screenshots from the animated series... If someone deletes someone's image it's at least a good courtesy to notify the uploader, take credit for it and explain the reasons for doing so to prevent any possible mistakes in the future. Ty 14:56, August 11, 2011 (UTC)
- Sorry about that, we are nto entirely sure how the comics are going to hbe handled right now. I am new to being an administrator on a wiki with actual people on it so I am still learning. I have a couple of reasons for the deletion, those images were . . . . a little explicit, and we just plain arent sure how to handle comic information. We dont know if we are going to create independent pages for comic versions of characters, or if we are going to create independent sections on those pages. ralok 15:12, August 11, 2011 (UTC)
- and it was mostly because of how the situation was not necessarily what they were wearing, wilykit and wilykat were enslaved by mumm-ra and it was implied wilykit wasa rape slave and cheetara was being tortured. I prefer to have picture of them without horrible crap happening to them. ralok 15:23, August 11, 2011 (UTC)
- Nevertheless, it's an important part of the characters and the universe if one considers comic book events to be canon. If it's offensive for the main article, then I should think either the adult characters would get their own articles, or else rather than delete the images, you at least feature them on the articles about the comic books in lieu of the character articles. We have separate character pages for the 2011 series, so if you like, we could make new character pages for the comic book versions. I just figured it might get more cluttered to do so. Yeah, the pictures ARE offensive, but it just helps to illustrate how EVIL Mumm-ra has become with time. Pretty sure Cheetara was being tortured, yes. Villains do that. The animated series is full of villains trying to kill the cats, capture them, etc, so that's pretty much standard. I don't see any reason to assume Kit was a "rape slave". I'm not even sure if Mumm is capable of that, to be honest (physically). It looked like both Kit and Kat (wouldn't call them kittens anymore since they are adults in the later comics) are being used like butler/waitress to serve him food or something like that. Ty 17:46, August 11, 2011 (UTC)
WE havent decided how we are going to deal with that information yet. We have to deal with alot of contradictory information from both the marvel and wildstorm comics. Teh wildstorm comics completely disregarded most of the shows continuity. WE will likely create sections on the original series pages for those events . . . I dont know yet it needs to be discussed. But I refuse to show a picture of cheetara durign torture, and the now adult thunderkittens as half naked slaves. Tehre are other images from the wildstorm comics that shows them as who they are, not who they are being forced to be by madmen. ralok 17:58, August 11, 2011 (UTC)
- I think it's a good idea then if Marvel/Wildstorm contradict the TV series to make separate articles for the characters. Sonic the Hedgehog probably follows a similar type of thing for their own contradictions (just look at Eggman v. Robotnik). Could you explain the basis for rejecting showing the pictures of Cheetara, Kat and Kit during their imprisonment with Mumm-ra? Showing what they are forced to do is an illustration of Mumm-ra's evil and a very serious part of the comics. Showing them as free people in the comics is also important, if you find images of those I would love to see them, but I still think the enslavement pictures would show an important contrast and how M-R's evil was elevated in it. Ty 04:24, August 15, 2011 (UTC)