We have a difference of opinion about the 4-6 Laurie article so let's talk it out before we go on undoing each other.
You've posted pretty much the same article twice, with the same pictures and all, only with the comics info in one part and not the other. I think that's redundant to say the least, and the way this wiki goes about it is that the comics set in a timeline are in-continuity with said timeline. The movies don't often contradict the comics, and when Resurrection did with one (the one in question, here), there was room for it to stay in the 4-6 Timeline.
There's some repetition already with the multiple Laurie articles (and others) so I'd just crunch it all together for her 4-6 version. So how do we go about it?
I really think all the chaos comics are considered non canon sequels to Halloween 6, because they tie to H20. Also, I somehow came up with the idea of making each of the 4-6 timeline characters biography twice, like due to the comics being considered non canon sequels in the 4-6 timeline, in which one that is titled “Biography (Canon)” is mostly about the movies and one that is titled “Biography (Legends)” is about both the movies and the non canon comics. Legends is somehow another word for non canon. I somehow like to ignore the comics and consider Halloween 6 the last chapter in the 4-6 timeline, and as well believe that Michael killed off the entire Thorn Cult during the operating room massacre. I also doubt whether Michael or Loomis died at the end of Halloween 6.
I understand your intentions, but your divisions aren't really official. "Legends" is a Star Wars thing (as much as "Earth-One" is DC) and I don't think Halloween makers have ever referred to as "canon", they just do whatever they want with the films' continuity. "Timelines" isn't an official term either, but it's the most logical choice.
As for that comic, I believe it came out before Resurrection so it was originally intended to be in-continuity with the older movies & add H20 to that - which it does, in a way.
I like to go by the comics' original intent, and this wiki used to go that way too.
I see that you're doing them all-in-one now (as I like it!) but you're doubling it again at Mrs. Blankenship's article, why?
I propose writing "(Comics only)" instead of "(Legends)", "(Non-Canon)" or other terms that aren't official here, as a separation between the movie parts from the comics-added parts. What do you think?
It’s not me it’s MechQueste that keeps changing them back. Anyways, I think that’s kind of a good idea to write “(Comics only)”, which would be just in case, although it’s still not really known whether the comics are canon. And we all know that one of the characters who are shown to be still alive in the non-canon Chaos Comics are:
This is a messy franchise to be sure. But I have another idea: check out the main Laurie Strode article, it has litte separations that say "The following information is only relevant to the H20 Timeline" (and others) before expanding upon each version. What if we put someting like "The following information is only relevant to the Chaos Comics series" in the other articles before the portion of the text that covers the comics information?
I'm not really an admin, but I only do cleanup on pages to avoid people from undoing my edits. Also, you might need to ask the founder of this wiki if you wanna be an admin. I'd also wanna be an admin as well in case if some people are messing pages up.
actually no. I'm still a normal dude here haha. The staffer who deals with tv/movie adoptions Antonio R. Castro is on hitaus. My request started a while ago (3 weeks). Everyone deserves breaks, but I kind of hoped someone picks up slack. haha
I see you have "Councilor" on your userpage now. That means you call the shots, amirite?
See if you have a round symbol that looks kinda like a speedometer up there on the dashboard, right of the number of pages on the site. That one gives special wiki modification options (meaning that you're staff).