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I added \'\'BatmanTheAnimatedSeries\'\' to the list as an independent entry, separate from the all-encompassing {{Batman}} which is actually the very first entry right now (Yay alphabet!) because it earned the position all on its own, with ~1,500 links by itself to its own page. However, I\'m wondering if the \
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I added \\\'\\\'BatmanTheAnimatedSeries\\\'\\\' to the list as an independent entry, separate from the all-encompassing {{Batman}} which is actually the very first entry right now (Yay alphabet!) because it earned the position all on its own, with ~1,500 links by itself to its own page. However, I\\\'m wondering if the \\\"The {{DCAU}}\\\" should also be added.

The page for the DCAU does \\\'\\\'not\\\'\\\' qualify, it only has ~500 links to itself, but if you count all the pages for shows that are \\\'\\\'in\\\'\\\' the DCAU you\\\'ve got over 4,000 not even counting the original Batman series; \\\'\\\'with\\\'\\\' B:TAS it goes to over 5,500, and I haven\\\'t even gotten into the movies yet, not to mention the \\\"Do they count or not\\\" shows.

Should the DCAU be added as a whole, or not? I can think of arguments either way (It\\\'s one single shared universe, like StarWars, but it\\\'s also divided up into separate and independent work pages).

EDIT: Oh, and [[http://www.google.com/search?q=%22DCAU%22+site%3Ahttp%3A%2F%2Ftvtropes.org%2Fpmwiki%2Fpmwiki.php%2FMain%2F&hl=en&num=10&lr=&ft=i&cr=&safe=images&tbs= according to Google]] DCAU appears on at least 2,800 pages, so I guess it does qualify all on its own.
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I added \'\'BatmanTheAnimatedSeries\'\' to the list as an independent entry, separate from the all-encompassing {{Batman}} which is actually the very first entry right now (Yay alphabet!) because it earned the position all on its own, with ~1,500 links by itself to its own page. However, I\'m wondering if the \
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I added \\\'\\\'BatmanTheAnimatedSeries\\\'\\\' to the list as an independent entry, separate from the all-encompassing {{Batman}} which is actually the very first entry right now (Yay alphabet!) because it earned the position all on its own, with ~1,500 links by itself to its own page. However, I\\\'m wondering if the \\\"The {{DCAU}}\\\" should also be added.

The page for the DCAU does \\\'\\\'not\\\'\\\' qualify, it only has ~500 links to itself, but if you count all the pages for shows that are \\\'\\\'in\\\'\\\' the DCAU you\\\'ve got over 4,000 not even counting the original Batman series; \\\'\\\'with\\\'\\\' B:TAS it goes to over 5,500, and I haven\\\'t even gotten into the movies yet, not to mention the \\\"Do they count or not\\\" shows.

Should the DCAU be added as a whole, or not? I can think of arguments either way (It\\\'s one single shared universe, like StarWars, but it\\\'s also divided up into separate and independent work pages).

EDIT: Oh, and [[http://www.google.com/search?q=%22DCAU%22+site%3Ahttp%3A%2F%2Ftvtropes.org%2Fpmwiki%2Fpmwiki.php%2FMain%2F&hl=en&num=10&lr=&ft=i&cr=&safe=images&tbs= according to Google}} DCAU appears on at least 2,800 pages, so I guess it does qualify all on its own.
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I added \'\'BatmanTheAnimatedSeries\'\' to the list as an independent entry, separate from the all-encompassing {{Batman}} which is actually the very first entry right now (Yay alphabet!) because it earned the position all on its own, with ~1,500 links by itself to its own page. However, I\'m wondering if the \
to:
I added \\\'\\\'BatmanTheAnimatedSeries\\\'\\\' to the list as an independent entry, separate from the all-encompassing {{Batman}} which is actually the very first entry right now (Yay alphabet!) because it earned the position all on its own, with ~1,500 links by itself to its own page. However, I\\\'m wondering if the \\\"The {{DCAU}}\\\" should also be added.

The page for the DCAU does \\\'\\\'not\\\'\\\' qualify, it only has ~500 links to itself, but if you count all the pages for shows that are \\\'\\\'in\\\'\\\' the DCAU you\\\'ve got over 4,000 not even counting the original Batman series; \\\'\\\'with\\\'\\\' B:TAS it goes to over 5,500, and I haven\\\'t even gotten into the movies yet, not to mention the \\\"Do they count or not\\\" shows.

Should the DCAU be added as a whole, or not? I can think of arguments either way (It\\\'s one single shared universe, like StarWars, but it\\\'s also divided up into separate and independent work pages).
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I added \'\'BatmanTheAnimatedSeries\'\' to the list as an independent entry, separate from the all-encompassing {{Batman}} which is actually the very first entry right now (Yay alphabet!) because it earned the position all on its own, with ~1,500 links by itself to its own page. However, I\'m wondering the \
to:
I added \\\'\\\'BatmanTheAnimatedSeries\\\'\\\' to the list as an independent entry, separate from the all-encompassing {{Batman}} which is actually the very first entry right now (Yay alphabet!) because it earned the position all on its own, with ~1,500 links by itself to its own page. However, I\\\'m wondering if the \\\"The {{DCAU}}\\\" should also be added.

The page for the DCAU does \\\'\\\'not\\\'\\\' qualify, it only has ~500 links to itself, but if you count all the pages for shows that are \\\'\\\'in\\\'\\\' the DCAU you\\\'ve got over 4,000 not even counting the original Batman series; \\\'\\\'with\\\'\\\' B:TAS it goes to over 5,500, and I haven\\\'t even gotten into the movies yet, not to mention the \\\"Do they count or not\\\" shows.

Should the DCAU be added as a whole, or not? I can think of arguments either way (It\\\'sone single shared universe, like Star Wars, but it\\\'s also divided up into separate andindependent work pages).
Changed line(s) 1 from:
I added \'\'BatmanTheAnimatedSeries\'\' to the list as an independent entry, separate from the all-encompassing {{Batman}} which is actually the very first entry right now (Yay alphabet!) because it earned the position all on its own, with ~1,500 links by itself to its own page. However, I\'m wondering the \
to:
I added \\\'\\\'BatmanTheAnimatedSeries\\\'\\\' to the list as an independent entry, separate from the all-encompassing {{Batman}} which is actually the very first entry right now (Yay alphabet!) because it earned the position all on its own, with ~1,500 links by itself to its own page. However, I\\\'m wondering the \\\"The {{DCAU}}\\\" should also be added.

The page for the DCAU does \\\'\\\'not\\\'\\\' qualify, it only has ~500 links to itself, but if you count all the pages for shows that are \\\'\\\'in\\\'\\\' the DCAU you\\\'ve got over 4,000 not even counting the original Batman series; \\\'\\\'with\\\'\\\' B:TAS it goes to over 5,500, and I haven\\\'t even gotten into the movies yet, not to mention the \\\"Do the count or not\\\" shows.

Should the DCAU be added as a whole, or not? I can think of arguments either way (It\\\'sone single shared universe, like Star Wars, but it\\\'s also divided up into separate andindependent work pages).
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