This is a sandbox for the Disambiguating Works / Subpage Collision Discussion thread. It keeps track of any pages that could or should be moved to a different title for reasons related to disambiguation, as well as pages that have been moved but still need wicks changed.
Possible candidates for moving:note
Title begins with company's name (and is not official)
- Malibu Comics' Mortal Kombat
- Malibu Comics' Street Fighter
- Telltale's Game of Thrones
- Toon Makers Sailor Moon
Title begins with creator's name (and is not official)Comic Books
- Brian Michael Bendis' Superman
- Charles Soule's Daredevil
- Chip Zdarsky's Daredevil
- Dan Slott's Fantastic Four
- Dan Slott's Spider-Man
- Donny Cates Thor
- Donny Cates' Venom
- Frank Miller's Wolverine
- Grant Morrison's Action Comics
- Grant Morrison's Batman
- Grant Morrison's JLA
- Jack Kirby's Fantastic Four
- James Tynion IV's Batman
- Jason Aaron's Avengers: If this is renamed, it should begin with "The Avengers", since every other page includes the definite article.
- JMS' Spider-Man
- Jonathan Hickman's X-Men
- Kurt Busiek's Avengers: Like Jason Aaron's Avengers, if this is renamed, the new page should begin with the integral "The".
- Lee-Ditko Spider-Man
- Mike Costa's Venom
- Nick Spencer's Captain America
- Nick Spencer's Spider-Man
- Rainbow Rowell's Runaways
- Tom DeFalco's Fantastic Four
- Will Eisner's Wonder Man
Titles that are Fan Nicknames:
- Adjectiveless X-Men: This refers to a comic series just called X-Men (separate from other X-Men comics that use adjectives, like Uncanny X-Men).
- Spider-Man: The Animated Series: Official title is Spider-Man, but that would collide with its franchise. Not to be confused with Spider-Man: The New Animated Series, which actually is titled that way.
Titles that are Fan Nicknames but technically valid disambiguation:
- Castlevania 64
- Superman 64: This one could possibly be grandfathered, since the nickname is very commonly used across the Internet (including Wikipedia).