Talk:Acanti

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Is Storm part Acanti?[edit]

Because she was melded both physically and psychically to the Acanti prophet-singer, does that mean some of there traits have been passed down to her?

Doesn't look that way. Her body was taken in by the Acanti and was restored to health and life, and then her psyche was transferred back to it. All Storm is left with, is the memory of the experience of her unification with the Acanti, but no traits remain in her person. CarelessTantrum (talk) 10:09, 4 May 2008 (UTC)

Infobox image issue[edit]

Acanti3.jpg, the current infobox image has one or more issues in regard to the non-free content criteria policy, non-free content guidelines, and/or Comics Project infobox image guidelines. These issue(s) are:

  • Fair Use Rationale (FUR) - The FUR for the image needs to include
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    3. Where was the image originally published or used?

Right now the image is tagged as missing information as to where it was originally published.

Please keep in mind that image taken from source like DC's Who's Who or Marvel's Official Handbook to the Marvel Universe cannot be used within the article.

Once this issue is resolved, please add " |fixed=y " to the template generating this message.- J Greb (talk) 00:28, 8 October 2010 (UTC)