Downside: when you're on a wiki without a wall, you get the "you have private messages" thing even if it's a response on another person's talk page. And it won't go away... it's like those annoying "Community messages has been updated" boxes that you have to click away a kazillion times.
Can you explain why you reverted my edits? I uploaded a new image of Ferris and I think it is a better front image than the one with him staring down a freeze gun. Mugiwara1994 (talk) 23:54, July 12, 2019 (UTC)
Look i keep telling you that a bullet for bullock is a comedic episode i mean sure its bit of a film noir ,but bullock is sometimes bumbling even the whole episode has batman protecting him while doing his job and it turns out that his stalker is just his caretaker who doesn't like his habits,it is weird and silly so i still consider it a comedic episode by they way you just don't know that the episode aired 3 months before Christmas and the setting is after Christmas so why is it considered a Christmas episode
I think we should not the similarities between "The Savage Time" and "Captain America: The First Avenger". Vandal Savage's story in The Savage Time is very similar to the Red Skull's, but several elements from The Savage Time seem to have been worked into The First Avenger. Most notably the air ship used for the failed assault on the United States, the superior technology from what basically connects it the rest of the story's universe, and of course the Villain's dealing with Hitler. There are other smaller things too, but I thought those were the biggest since they seem to have been taken straight from the episode.
There may have been some influence of Captain America on the episode (considering the other Marvel influences already pointed out on the episode), but I'm referring to what the "Captain America: The First Avenger" film got from the episode; not vice versa. The most notable influence is Red Skulls airship to attack America. Traditionally, it appears as more of a rocket (which the film noted earlier on), but it appeared in the film with the same appearance and general workings as the ones used in Savage Time, and of course, there was the fact that both had one person jump on board at the last second (John Stewart in Savage Time - riding a motorcycle much like Cap's) that sabotaged the ship as bit before confronting the villain at the front.
I don't know if you've seen Justice League: Doom yet, but the Royal Flush Gang featured in it seem to be based on the one in Batman Beyond. Apart from the color scheme for each one of them being the same (which is more specific than it sounds because of the red) each member of the group appears like their BB counterpart. Jack doesn't listen much and seems more focused on the fight and/or excitement, Ten doesn't seem quite interested and is really just there to take stuff without really thinking on it, King calls Jack and Ten out on their behavior like they're his kids and Queen backs him up and practically tells them to listen to him like he's their father, and Ace is a robot.
I'm a bit of an expert on al things RFG - and I don't think it's BB-based. The Ace robot has been around since the early 80s. This Ten's behavior is not so different from Wanda Wayland, and there've been so many Jacks it's a bit of a stretch to compare him to one of them (but the cybernetic eye belonged most prominently to numbers III and IV). King is the leader whenever Ace is a robot, so it can just as well be a leader thing, not a father thing.
Okay, I wasn't pointing out that anything there was original from the comics, but that out of choices they went with the same thing they did for BB. We've done it with other things too so I wasn't sure what would count.
Oh cool, when did you guys start adding these here? Does this mean you'll have articles on ALL DC animated content. Including: Legion of Super Heroes, The Batman, Teen Titans, Young Justice, etc. It seems only fitting since this is a DC Animated Universe wiki.
The problem with sig images is, first of all, that you need to upload them to every wiki you go to. Currently, we have no specific policy about sig images, but our image policy does state "Images, with few exceptions (Voice actors, production crew), should come from DCAU episodes/movies or from drawings related to the DCAU by production crew." Sig images are not vital to the database, even if they're PD-self.
So is it a automatically a cameo if the person in question has no lines? I'm mainly thinking of Atom Smasher in Task Force X, because he plays a fairly important role, yet has no lines. So is even that a cameo? Also thanks for telling me about that filebox thing.
I removed all of the deletion notices I put on them. Two things though? If that's the case then why was Beware the Batman taken down? Also should we add the Sows and movies that aren't on here like Batman The Brave and The Bold and the movies, Under The Red Hood, Batman Year One, Green Lantern First Flight, Green Lantern Emerald Knights, a Batman Gotham Knight, the animated Wonder Woman film, All- Star Superman, and the upcoming Superman VS. The Elite. What about the DC Showcse shorts and the older shows like Super Friends? I can help if you need it.
We already have most. We don't have a Super Friends page because the last time someone made it, i was a straight wikipedia rip and we deleted it. If you're planning on making a page, it would be good thing to list all the influences on the DCAU, like the Halls of Doom and Justice, and the Ultimen.
Some stuff didn't show up when I searched. I can start work on the DC Showcase articles and make an article for Batman The Brave and The Bold. I can remake the Super Friends articles in my own words if you want. As for Beware the Batman why was that taken down? Was it straight from Wikipedia or what?