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I'm not familiar with Ben 10, though. I was hoping someone who is could make it.
All of Film.Jurassic Park's subpages are under under Jurassic Park (1993); I'd prefer to move the movie and all of its subpages to Jurassic Park I to be in line with Jurassic Park III, and because "Jurassic Park (1993)" implies there's another movie with the same title.
Despicable Me currently covers both the series as a whole and the first film.
So does Myst.
Puyo Puyo currently lumps the entire series, including its predecessor, into a single page.
Mazinger Z appears to cover both the original series and the franchise as a whole.
Probably make a main Mazinger page to put this stuff on.
Bringing this thread back from the dead to bring up this information.
As I brought up in this ATT, Theatre.The Odd Couple is a mess. The page refers to both the 1970 series and the franchise as a whole, while Series.The Odd Couple refers to the 2015 series specifically, with Series.The Odd Couple 2015 as a redirect. Series.The Odd Couple 1970 redirects to the Theatre/ page.
There's also Pippi Longstocking (which covers the whole franchise, as none of the adaptations have pages of their own) and Harry and His Bucket Full of Dinosaurs (which mostly refers to the animated series despite being in the Literature/ namespace note I know that's not enough to warrant a Franchise/ page, but they should still be split).
Splitting the example sections into folders by work would be a great start, since they'll have to be divided up anyway to split the pages, and it'll be a lot easier to figure things out once they're organized.
Pikmin covers the entire trilogy plus the spin-off game.
Kotetsu Jeeg currently covers the sequel series Kotetsushin Jeeg too. Should we split them?
Diablo could probably be split into VideoGame.Diablo (series-wide) and VideoGame.Diablo I (first game; currently redirects to the former). The tropes are already soft-split on the page; we'd probably just need a description for the first game
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