Now, to start this I must say that being blocked for three days hasn't taught me anything.
As a matter of fact, I still have intentions to create a Dilbert comic strip archive for FANDOM.
But, in addition to that, I want to create a ton of comic strip archives, for mostly gag-a-day comics!
Let's see here, the list includes:
- Pearls Before Swine
- Beetle Bailey
- Sherman's Lagoon
- Calvin and Hobbes
- Andy Capp
- Dennis the Menace
- Oh, Brother!
- The Katzenjammer Kids
- Mutt and Jeff
- Rhymes with Orange
- Dick Tracy
- Prince Valiant
- Miss Peach
- The Addams Family
- Count Screwloose
- Alley Oop
- Polly and Her Pals
- Barney Google and Snuffy Smith
- Mother Goose and Grimm
- Hi and Lois
- The Family Circus
- Wee Pals
- Wash Tubbs
- Todd the Dinosaur
- What a Guy!
The purpose of this post is to provide a record of a recent decision I have made.
The category Near-Humans, which I first added around two years ago, now only applies to people with, at the very least, clear physical differences. When I began adding pages to the category, I added both people with physical or biological differences and people with simple personality defects or quirks. The latter might be grouped into "Category:Defective Personalities" or something similar.
Fan26 (Talk) 00:21, October 11, 2018 (UTC)
I feel that everybody, everywhere on the FANDOM network, should see this article.
Basically, the EU (where Fandom is partly based) is passing a new law that requires the site to regulate and censor every edit to ensure best possible quality. Staff is opposed to this, but will be forced to comply if the law gets passed. As this would drastically affect every wiki hosted by FANDOM, I am doing my best to spread the word.
Fan26 (Talk) 02:02, September 7, 2018 (UTC)
you can now purchase dilbert merchandise on the Dilbert Store. Everyone be sure to visit or you'll have to see Mr.Catbert, the evil director of human resources.