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Propose additions to it in subsections created here
Although the plot summary for The 7th Portal could discuss loads more details about the show. However, bear in mind that it's not the article's main focus.Since it's part of the greater article on the company, the plot summary only needs to give the reader a general idea of what the series was like.
--Once in a Blue Moon (talk) 01:45, 12 January 2008 (UTC)
The article has been rated B-class for WikiProject Business and Economics, since it contains all the necessary information as far as the company is concerned. When it was founded, what it did, how it went broke, what's been going on with it since it ceased operations, who were the important people in it, and even has an image. A couple numbers (profit, etc) could help bring the article to A-class, though.
The article has been given a Start-class rating for WikiProject Comics, because as far as information on their actual series, only a third of the work is done. The information on their most successful series seems compleate, although information could potentially be added on the series' impact. However, the information on the other two is virtually nonexistant. This article needs to be expanded and needs attention from people who are into the genre, and I belive that tagging it with such a low class will achieve that.