- Is there anything wrong with the Youtube helper in this page, in reference 4? Since the Youtube link that I end up getting is not the correct one but rather "http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Star"
- It seems you can't put the proper timestamp in the link on Wookieepedia. Thanks for noticing. The link should work now, though you're going to have to go to the right place in the video by yourself. The timestamp is: ?t=2h14m20s . And please sign all your future comments on the talk sections of articles.--ZapikCZ (talk) 12:08, June 14, 2017 (UTC)
Please add issue #3Edit
With the Marvel solits, Newrama also released one for Adventures #3 . I won't be able to add it for a while, so I'd be thankfully to you if you would. Thanks!--ZapikCZ (talk) 23:19, July 18, 2017 (UTC)
- What's going on with the article names for these issues? Why is it not "Star Wars Adventures ashcan" or (ashcan) - as an ashcan is what the preview is, not the title - and "Star Wars Adventures 1 (IDW)" etc.? Vetinari(Appointment) 12:45, September 21, 2017 (UTC)
Vote on a change to treat lead storiesEdit
Previously, I was the one who most propagated the system currently in use, where lead stories of issues have their own page. However, I have changed my stance on this matter. I now think the lead stories should be included in the articles for the issues in which they appear in, as in: [[Star Wars Adventures (IDW) 1: Better the Devil You Know, Part 1|Star Wars Adventures 1: Better the Devil You Know, Part 1]] (The "(IDW)" part is necessary because of the template).I changed my mind mostly because IDW seems to be including a two-parter and a stand-alone lead story in each of the trades. Separate pages for "Better the Devil You Know, Part I" and "Part II" seem better in that one can see which things appear in which of the parts, but I can see them not supposed to be this way, because of precedent like "Extinction". There wouldn't be any possible discourse if these pages were instead parts of the articles for their respective issues.--ZapikCZ (talk) 21:02, November 22, 2017 (UTC)