Hello, I would like to discuss the DCAU films Batman and Harley Quinn and Justice League vs the Fatal Five. It has been confirmed by Bruce Timm and the rest of DC that the aforementioned films are canon to the DCAU. I think it would be best to include more content from those animated films into specific wiki pages.
I'm a bit unsatisfied with the usage of images on articles in this Wiki. For example, Static has a different costume in the first two seasons of his show that in the second two, but there's only a picture of his later costume on his page. The same seems to be true for all the Static Shock characters who have different designs in different seasons. Also, most superhero characters don't have a picture of themselves in their civilian identity on their articles. I would like to remedy this situation, but I was wondering if you had any suggestions for how to go about it. For the time being, I was planning on just sprinkling them in the bodies of their articles in places that seem logical just like any other images. I assume that if I do this, I have to be in-universe and not say "Static's costume in the first two seasons" or anything like that. But I think in the long term, it might be nice to have a more specific plan for how to handle this, like a specific section of the articles for such things.
I started removing this category from pages where it seemed it wasn't needed because the page did in fact have an image, but it occurred to me that this might have been erroneous on my part because maybe the category should still be there to say that the page needs more images. Could you please fill me in on the correct usage of this category? Thanks, I appreciate it. (The only ones I did so far are Power Outage, Pop's Girlfriend, and A League of Their Own).
I deeply apologize for adding a new section in Hawkgirl page (Personality section) without thinking twice nor asking admins responsible here (which includes you), which definitely not a wise things to do as rules and how this wikia was managed outright different with others and subsequently, prompted you to undo my latest contribution.