05:27:25 PM Jan 20th 2016
To whom it may concern: Please do not add natter regarding the name Giovanni from Pokémon. Trying to justify whether the name is an example or not (especially trying "to be fair" while doing so) is considered natter because it's purely tangential to the actual example the entry is trying to show (the one regarding the Gen III villains). Please don't insist with this, or you'll trigger an Edit War. Thank you.
10:45:13 PM Aug 22nd 2012
Top quote says a RiffTrax is the trope namer, but never specifies what is being riffed. What is it?
09:39:50 AM May 10th 2012
I understand that a lot of "normal guys" are named Adam, but given how it was the name of the first human in Judeo-Christianity, it's still Significant as a name. There's a LOT of Adams in the examples, though. Discuss?
11:13:01 AM May 10th 2012
Particularly since, even though "Adam" (or the equivalent) is a common first name in some Judeo-Christian cultures, it isn't in many others ... much less Japanese. In a manga or anime, such a moniker should be presumed significant—and hence doesn't belong here.
12:57:33 PM Jul 12th 2012
Agreed with both of you. In Buffy, for example, Adam is very much a meaningful name for a man/machine/supernatural being hybrid created by man. I'll delete this one.