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Admins, we desperately need a consistent policy on these guys. Ace, Hawk, Lady Jaye, Roadblock, Scarlett, Sergeant Slaughter, and Snake Eyes are '''not''' tagged as Comics-only characters, while the rest of the Joes are (save Flint, who's been in Transformers-branded animation and prose). None of the Cobras are tagged such, nor are the Lunartix or Atomic Man.
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Unless I get something that says these things were capitalized in the movie script or whatever, I'm gonna decapitalize all these common nouns. --[[User:ItsWalky|ItsWalky]] 02:39, 17 May 2007 (UTC)
 
This issue also has implications for the Marvel and Star Wars characters. It's actually accurate to claim that Circuit Breaker, Death's Head, Joe Robertson, and U.S. 1 are Comics-only characters, but we need a consistent policy on Spider-Man and Nicholas. And if they're Comics-only characters, we need to go tag all the Star Wars guys as Toy-only characters. So let's figure this out. --[[User:Rotty|Rotty]] 19:45, 16 May 2007 (UTC)
 
 
:Well, how are we defining comics-only then?
 
:I thought we used it for characters in TF that've only appeared in comics. You propose to apply the term to non-TF characters. Since this (from my perspective) makes the category much less useful by cluttering it with things I DON'T want to see (when I click on the cat I wast TF's coic-only characters, not US-1 and Spider-man) I oppose must voice opposition to this plan. -[[User:Derik|Derik]] 21:37, 16 May 2007 (UTC)
 

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Unless I get something that says these things were capitalized in the movie script or whatever, I'm gonna decapitalize all these common nouns. --ItsWalky 02:39, 17 May 2007 (UTC)

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