Talk:Maria-sama ga Miteru

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GA Review[edit]

This review is transcluded from Talk:Maria-sama ga Miteru/GA1. The edit link for this section can be used to add comments to the review.

Reviewer: SL93 (talk · contribs) 15:12, 9 August 2013 (UTC)

This is an excellent expansion and covers everything that is needed without going into too much detail. While I can pass this as it is, I am going to include a summary of what I did for this review for others to look over.
Well-written -
a. The prose is well written with no copyright violations.
b. WP:MOS has been followed.
Verifiable with no original research -
a. The citation format is consistent throughout the article.
b. Everything is reliably referenced except for information that has to do with the plot, but that does not need to be referenced.
c. The plot isn't referenced, but the reference for that is the manga itself.
Broad in its coverage -
a. The manga and all of its adaptations have plenty of information.
b. There is no unnecessary detail.
Neutral -
The article is neutral.
Stable:
The article is stable.
Images -
1. The images are correctly tagged as fair use.
2. Both of the images are relevant to the article.

Amount sold[edit]

"Over 5.4 million copies of the light novels have been published." --- pardon me if I'm mistaken, but don't you usually say "sold"? It sounds like there are 5.4 million separate published works surrounding the light novels. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 222.10.3.173 (talk) 09:43, 11 August 2015 (UTC)

They're not exactly the same. I know there are some statistics surrounding the sale numbers of books on Oricon, but the reference cited for that statement says "Shueisha has published 5.4 million copies of the original light novels", so that's the language used in the article. Just because Shueisha had published that many doesn't mean that many were sold at the time, although considering the print runs for these books, the total sales number was probably close to that number, but again, that's not what the reference says.-- 11:47, 11 August 2015 (UTC)