Wikipedia:Featured list removal candidates/log/November 2013

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Ah! My Goddess (season 1)[edit]

Notified: Eric Corbett, Town of Cats, Nd4SU, AnimeEditor WikiProject Anime and manga

This featured list has citation issues, like using the Amazon as source. Also, it is the same quality as Ah! My Goddess (season 2): just there are an introduction, a list, and reference notes. George Ho (talk) 08:30, 2 September 2013 (UTC)

  • Comment: You say, it "has citation issues". Name them please. Using Amazon pages as sources has always been frowned upon, but it has usually been accepted for uncontroversial claims when better sources weren't available. Please be more specific in what you would like to see fixed. Goodraise 11:06, 2 September 2013 (UTC)
  • Endorse delisting Sourcing is indeed far below expected standards.♦ Dr. Blofeld 11:25, 2 September 2013 (UTC)
  • Delist - I agree with the above comments by George Ho and Dr. Blofeld. It's fine by me. Lord Sjones23 (talk - contributions) 01:12, 20 October 2013 (UTC)
  • Comment - I've started adding animation director and screenwriter information for each episode. Extremepro (talk) 01:23, 23 November 2013 (UTC)
  • Keep - Resolved citation issues by replacing references with Oricon, and ActiveAnime reviews. Also added animation director and screenwriter information to keep inline with other featured lists. I have archived all references to prevent linkrot. Some featured lists show a DVD/box set release table after all the episode summaries. If that is required to retain featured list, I can create a table with the original Japanese release and the subsequent NA, UK and AUS licensing. Extremepro (talk) 06:53, 9 December 2013 (UTC)
Comments by DragonZero
  • Date formatting in refs need to be consistent.
  • WP caps in ref
  • Type out the copy pasted English letters. Ex OPEN YOUR MIND -> Open Your Mind.
  • Screenwriter! The exclamation.
  • I suggest using a ref tab (List of Buso Renkin episodes).
  • Episode summaries
    • "Shortly before the anticipated call Keiichi goes for a walk, during the course of which he encounters Hijiri, a young girl who has lost her purse." wording is awkward here. There has to be a comma between call and Keiichi but that would make the whole sentence awkward.
    • "system force" What is the system force?
    • "said to be his "entire fortune,"" This doesn't seem necessary
    • "third-class" Is this necessary?
    • "why it is haunting the apartment" Why?
    • "Mara (Marller in the Japanese version)" Choose and link one.
    • "of to Belldandy" I don't think that to is necessary
    • "grabbed by a software bug" ? A bug materialized?
    • but just as he declares his love Skuld. Needs a comma between love and Skuld.
    • "training in magic, so " I don't think a comma is needed there
  • 12.5
    • "(Recap Episode)" Is that part of the title?
    • Why is 12.5's airdate sourced to the episode itself?
  • It needs a media release table

That's all I caught. DragonZero (Talk · Contribs) 09:20, 23 December 2013 (UTC)

  • Did all of the above except:
  • MVM distributed Media Blaster's dub right? - Cannot find a ref for this - not does the UK release mention using the Media Blaster's dub.
  • Ref 7 doesn't back up the staff members - The TBS website doesn't ref the staff members, but the episode itself does - can I reference it to the Media Blasters box set as done in List of Buso Renkin episodes?
  • The top are the titles translated by Media Blaster right? The top and bottom titles should be noted in the header. - is the "header" meant to be the lead?
  • Also found refs that show Media Blaster's license has expired and the season cost over $1.5 million to license - should both be added to this list's lead - or should it be left for the main article? Extremepro (talk) 11:50, 29 December 2013 (UTC)