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Oct 10th 2013 at 4:23:44 AM •••

If we are to consider any other full franchise pages to list the image sources, I'd like to cast my vote first for the following:

DC Comics and Marvel Comics (two separate pages, I mean).

I know it would gut the Comic Books section seriously, but with the amount of characters and various works in each, they'll be sure to be even bigger than the Star Wars subpage. (Plus I'm sure not everybody can tell which comics/characters belong to either at a glance. Myself, I get confused sometimes.)

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Aug 18th 2012 at 8:19:56 PM •••

Okay, so it's going to approach the 400,000 character mark. How are we going to split this?

I'm kind of thinking we could use something which categorizes like mediums, such as:


and so forth. Anything else?

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Telcontar MOD
Aug 19th 2012 at 12:01:24 AM •••

I'd like to remove all works with only one page listed, which would get the size down to just under 300000 (see sandbox, in which I also got rid of the art and photography folders; I see this as about work regardless of medium (hence the massive Star Wars section, which has images from films, comics, and fanart) rather than medium regardless of work — we wouldn't have "manga" and list everything within that. A section for an artist would be fine). I like that way of splitting them by medium, because when it's an image it doesn't really matter if the actors are in a film or a TV show.

Aug 21st 2012 at 6:23:48 PM •••

Nah, I doubt that would be necessary. For instance, the Trope Namers subpages do include plenty of instances where works would name just one trope.

Telcontar MOD
Aug 22nd 2012 at 3:01:26 AM •••

Eh, fair enough. Your way of splitting is good, then.

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