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Here's the place to inquire about pages whose images aren't potholed to anything.

Google Image Search and Tineye are good resources.

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edited 21st Oct '13 7:55:20 AM by Willbyr

 51 Deboss, Thu, 27th Jan '11 12:46:51 PM from Awesomeville Texas
I see the Awesomeness.
It's definitely Star Wars Expanded Universe, I don't know the specific comic though. I'll pothole to that.
Teutonic Tomboy T-Girl
It's a Star Wars comic of some sort, given the pilot's Rebel Alliance insignia, but beyond that I couldn't tell you. (Ah, ninja'ed.)

edited 27th Jan '11 12:47:36 PM by suedenim

 53 Deboss, Thu, 27th Jan '11 12:49:24 PM from Awesomeville Texas
 54 BlackWolfe, Thu, 27th Jan '11 1:14:27 PM from Lost in Austin
According to that page, the full title of the work is "Star Wars: Empire: Darklighter" (redlink test)

Okay, Star Wars Empire Darklighter, Star Wars Empire, and Star Wars: Empire: Darklighter all come out red, so Star Wars Expanded Universe?

edited 27th Jan '11 1:15:41 PM by BlackWolfe

But soft! What rock through yonder window breaks? It is a brick! And Juliet is out cold.
 55 Deboss, Thu, 27th Jan '11 1:19:19 PM from Awesomeville Texas
I see the Awesomeness.
That's where I left the pothole. Unless we have Star Wars Empire which would I guess be the parent series.
 56 BlackWolfe, Thu, 27th Jan '11 1:26:33 PM from Lost in Austin
[up]Note that's one of the ones I already tried.
But soft! What rock through yonder window breaks? It is a brick! And Juliet is out cold.
 57 Deboss, Thu, 27th Jan '11 1:42:40 PM from Awesomeville Texas
I see the Awesomeness.
Just checking. Course... Comics.Star Wars Empire?
 58 BlackWolfe, Thu, 27th Jan '11 1:53:07 PM from Lost in Austin
Just Comics.Star Wars maybe?
But soft! What rock through yonder window breaks? It is a brick! And Juliet is out cold.
Teutonic Tomboy T-Girl
Our system is actually Comicbook.Star Wars.

edited 27th Jan '11 1:56:56 PM by suedenim

 60 Deboss, Thu, 27th Jan '11 1:59:28 PM from Awesomeville Texas
I see the Awesomeness.
Perhaps on Comics.Star Wars Expanded Universe? If not, I'm just leaving it be.
 61 BlackWolfe, Thu, 27th Jan '11 11:03:35 PM from Lost in Austin
Looks like we've exhausted 'em all.
But soft! What rock through yonder window breaks? It is a brick! And Juliet is out cold.
 62 Deboss, Sun, 30th Jan '11 4:26:40 AM from Awesomeville Texas
I see the Awesomeness.
They Call Me Mister Tibbs. Should probably trim that description too.
Teutonic Tomboy T-Girl
[up]That image is from Mr. A (a work that doesn't seem to have a page yet), by Steve Ditko (who does.)
Always Right
http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/CuteMonsterGirl

Wheres she from? Not even the people in discussion knows.
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Almost positive its from the The Monster Girl Encyclopedia.
 66 BlackWolfe, Mon, 31st Jan '11 3:38:33 AM from Lost in Austin
Haven't found it in the linked translations yet, though.
But soft! What rock through yonder window breaks? It is a brick! And Juliet is out cold.
 67 Deboss, Mon, 31st Jan '11 10:12:52 AM from Awesomeville Texas
Teutonic Tomboy T-Girl
Huh, I had a hunch, and it turned out to be correct. That's the Space Shuttle.
No, the demon girl isn't the style of The Monster Girl Encyclopedia. Not fantasy-ish enough

edited 31st Jan '11 4:28:51 PM by Hylarn

panic
 70 Deboss, Mon, 31st Jan '11 5:56:05 PM from Awesomeville Texas
I see the Awesomeness.
Billions of Buttons potholed to Real Life.
 71 Yuanchosaan, Mon, 31st Jan '11 8:42:31 PM from Australia Relationship Status: Complex: I'm real, she is imaginary
antic disposition
Should non-fanart images pothole to their respective artists?
"Doctor Who means never having to say you're kidding." - Bocaj
 72 Yuanchosaan, Mon, 31st Jan '11 8:42:32 PM from Australia Relationship Status: Complex: I'm real, she is imaginary
antic disposition
Double-post.

edited 31st Jan '11 8:42:51 PM by Yuanchosaan

"Doctor Who means never having to say you're kidding." - Bocaj
 73 Deboss, Tue, 1st Feb '11 2:44:34 AM from Awesomeville Texas
I see the Awesomeness.
It depends. The preferred method is to ask the creator if they have a way they want their work credited, if at all. Most of the time it will wind up with a pothole pointed toward their site with the caption pointed at the source series. It's possible for the other way around to happen as well.
 74 Yuanchosaan, Tue, 1st Feb '11 2:29:02 PM from Australia Relationship Status: Complex: I'm real, she is imaginary
antic disposition
Not quite what I meant. We use a fair number of old artworks in the public domain. If we use a picture by, say, Piet Mondrian, would a picture go to his (non-existent) page? Or could we pothole the image to Wikipedia?
"Doctor Who means never having to say you're kidding." - Bocaj
 75 DRCEQ, Wed, 2nd Feb '11 8:03:14 PM Relationship Status: Anime is my true love
MOVE, B****! GET OUT THE WAY!
Almost positive its from the The Monster Girl Encyclopedia.

I'm not so sure. The MGE is known for being NSFW. If that image came from there, she'd be wearing a lot less clothing and be in a more provocative pose.
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