What type of gallery were you interested in creating? Noticed your comment to Robinson. 01:07, January 2, 2015 (UTC)
Aayla Secura is incomplete. I cleaned up the page a bit for you, but so far you haven't supplied enough detail about her having a foot scene. What page in the issue is it? Please follow the formatting example set regarding brief section titles, better to break up in multi-section. talk2ty 02:52, January 5, 2015 (UTC)
Is the massage image forthcoming? I checked her gallery page on the SnD wiki for it but didn't notice anything. talk2ty 02:48, January 24, 2015 (UTC)
Lara Croft and martial arts
I am attempting to create more specific martial arts based subcategories. Do you happen to know what martial art Lara practises? talk2ty 18:36, June 28, 2015 (UTC)
Unless you know some other character named Eris or Strife for which we need to disambiguate, we can move Eris (DC Comics) to one of those pages. Parenthesis isn't needed unless there are others sharing the name. talk2ty 17:44, July 11, 2015 (UTC)
Arkham Knight 5
First a quibble: stop bolding the section titles, they stand out enough as is :)
Now for the main point... confused about something.
w:c:DC:Batman: Arkham Knight Vol 1 5 says it was released August 2015.
http://animefeet.wikia.com/wiki/?diff=96788 you added images you attribute to Arkham Knight on June 17.
Does this mean it was actually released earlier?
I have sometimes seen 2 dates listed for some comics. An early "released" date and then a later "published" one.
For example: w:c:Marvel:Nation X Vol 1 2 says released January 13 and published March. I don't fully understand it since I figure you publish something THEN release it. Perhaps 'published' is the date printed on the comic and 'released' is when they printed it early. Kind of like how WWE'15 came out in 2014.
If so I'm wondering if we should add June 17 to the DC wiki for this. talk2ty 09:19, August 7, 2015 (UTC)
regarding http://animefeet.wikia.com/wiki/?diff=90904 I removed the "movies" category, please only add that to articles about the actual movies, not about characters from movies.
In this case since it is an animated film I believe Category:Cartoon characters would be fine, that does not distinguish between a film or a TV show.
If you want to make a Category:Film characters to collectively track people in either an anime film or a cartoon film that would be fine I guess. But when a term refers to a clearly non-person thing I usually want to affix 'characters' to it. talk2ty 18:07, August 27, 2015 (UTC)