Talk:Circuit Breaker (Transformers)
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I believe that it is complete garbage and totally reprehensible that the gentlemen that made this article, "mathewignash," has not given proper credit for the images he blatantly stole. The "updated appearance" Circuit Breaker pic was commissioned by AC, drawn by Beamer and colored by Ryan.
I urge everyone, including Wikipedia, to make this situation right by:
a.) taking the image down b.) or make him put a lower-resolution and/or watermarked version WITH proper credit up
Thank you -Phidelt649
- And we all think you need to seriously chill out! We urge you to instead of deleting things, adding any missing info instead of whining to the rest of us to fix things for you. So please make the situation right by:
A.) Not Vandalizing Wikipedia Articles
B.) Not trying to smear fellow Wikipedians
I am just amazed. I don't understand how you can even try to turn this around. The image is copyrighted. You got caught using it without citation. How can you justify that?
- First: its not "stolen", you are acting like its hanging on the wall of his house somewhere. Its an digital copy of an image on Wikipedia, just like a thousand other images. Second: if you believe it needed additional information, "such as lower-resolution and/or watermarked version WITH proper credit up" you should have added said info yourself, instead of "whinnying" on this page about it or committing vandalism. There's nothing about your behavior which is justifiable. 188.8.131.52 (talk) 05:52, 14 February 2015 (UTC)
Fair use rationale for Image:Circuitbreaker-transformers.jpg
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- You might make the same argument for Magneto, but nobody contests his supervillain status. I'd say that Circuit Breaker is obviously a villain, she just a villain to the evil transformers as well as the good ones. 184.108.40.206 (talk) 05:46, 14 February 2015 (UTC)
Created by Hasbro
The article specifically says that Circuit Breaker first appears in a non-Transformers Marvel Comic first, to ensure Marvel's ownership. Why is she listed as created by Hasbro?--Trebligoniqua (talk) 08:24, 31 August 2012 (UTC)