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Are two pages for both parts really necessary? I don't think there's any precedent for cartoons either way, but it's not how we do it with comics, and it seems like the same logic should apply here. --Suki Brits 23:00, 12 May 2006 (UTC)

The difference with comics is, multi-part arcs can be written by different writers, directed by different directors, etc. That happens less often in comics, but, IIRC, fairly often in Beast Wars/Machines. (That, and I'm generally against the established "whole arcs get just one page" thing.) --ItsWalky 23:15, 12 May 2006 (UTC)
I concur with Walky. I think that each individually numbered comic issue (or episode) should have its own page. - RolonBolon 23:44, 12 May 2006 (UTC)
I'm spending less time here these days, but if you want to redo pages so that each comic issue has it's own page, I have no objection (I created the majority of the existing comic pages, which is the only reason I feel any authority to comment at all). This would mostly affect UK comic links, as it stands.--G.B. Blackrock 03:03, 13 May 2006 (UTC)
It just seems to me that whenever I'm looking up information on a two-parter, it's always for both parts: it's kinda awkward to split the information over two pages, even if the one would be longer than usual. I don't care too strongly either way, but multi-part episodes having multiple directors, writers, etc. doesn't seem like a great reason to justify two articles, since that information can just be included in one, anyway. --Suki Brits 14:44, 13 May 2006 (UTC)







Hi, am is anyone planning to update this, cause if their not I will

About the error & trivia being reverted...

Slag. I thought that someone would agree with me. Inferno'sQueen

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