Talk:100 (DC Comics)

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Your changes have been brought to the attention of WikiProject Comics, you can plead your case on the project discussion page here.

  • Get over it: what I did wasn't wrong. I explained this at the Wikiproject Comics page, and I will explain it here..since you didn't respond to it.

I change something, and I get put on a watch list? That's stupid. I changed it twice, and the second time I explained why it didn't need to be on that page. Then I'm added to a watch list, and a page I'm working on is listed... for no reason at all. I didn't remove the link on the 100 page just to promote the page I'm working on (as you can obviously see, I NEVER once added the link to the villain page to the 100 page). So that's not the case, if that's what you are guessing at or whatever.

And furthermore, just because you edit a page a lot (I checked the 100 history, and saw you have edited it quite a lot since May), doesn't mean you own the page. Either accept some edits of a page you work on, or don't be on Wiki. Lastly, the little edit comment in your latest 100 revert was immature and not needed.

That list is a guarantee of your future good behavior. I protect a lot of pages including this one. --Basique 02:29, 7 August 2006 (UTC)
Whatever, it was just plain rude. The page can't remain how you want it alwaud, it's just not possible. Let change happen, or even more people will be upset. RobJ1981 03:42, 7 August 2006 (UTC)

Actually first seen in JLA#84[edit] see this scan

11:54, 31 May 2007 (UTC)Enda80

Um, no. The 100's first appearance was in LOIS LANE #105, cover dated Oct. 1970. The JLA appearance was dated Nov. 1970, which is one month later. So the Lois Lane appearance clearly comes first. I have also corrected the information off to the side, underneath the BOOSTER GOLD cover scan, that erroneously states the 100 first appeared in SUPERMAN #301. That issue was the first appearance of the group SKULL, which is another criminal organization entirely. Please leave this information alone from now on, okay? David Peattie 25 Nov 2007


It's a good start, although it needs rewriting from an out of universe and literary present perspective. Needs more referencing and needs to explain itself better. More than a stub, but not clear enough to be B-class as yet. Hiding Talk 20:23, 15 December 2006 (UTC)