Yes I am. He's my fave author and is just so versatile and creative. He made anime and manga cool and isn't afraid to tell a bummer or really twisted story. I even went to an anime con dressed as Violence Jack in 07.
Sounds right. Miura has said Go Nagai manga (namely V Jack) was a big inspiration of Berserk. I haven't read most of Berserk yet but I hear good things of it. What I have seen of it is pretty deep. I felt when HBI2K was doing commentary on the Abridged eps of Berserk he made he pointed out some good analysis like the scene with Caska giving Guts her shirt and Griffith using Charlotte to gain power as a good juxtaposition.
Yeah. And ports to other systems like how Contra was changed to fit on NES or to make Contra Evolution. Its got a good number of games and a fairly consistent timeline that the games take place over (even if some are just the same story told in different ways like the SNES and GB and GBA Contra III). There are some series with way more games, for instance, Mega Man has around 90ish games including the X, Zero, ZX, Battle Network, Starforce, Legends, Gameboy, Fighting games and crossover games.
I was wondering if you could help me separate minibosses from bosses in C: The Contra Adventure. On the "Stages" section of that game's page, all of them are currently classified as bosses and I was thinking that perhaps you could order them the same way as they are in the "Stages" section of the Contra: Legacy of War page.
I hope you can lend me a hand with this, and keep up the good work!
I have noticed that recently you have been adding the names of the stages where enemies belong to on their infoboxes. I just wanted to remind you that on this wiki we do our best on using exclusively official names and never made-up ones. Up until now, I was confident you were adding official stage names, but your last edit on the Gromaides page made me realize that perhaps you weren't.
Most of Konami's manuals have this type of information, generally including correct enemy names, locations, weapons, character profiles, etc. (especially the Japanese manuals); other times, the stage names can be found in the games themselves (such as it's the case of Contra 4). That's one of the reasons why I asked you to consider joining the Discord server, as many of us already have the manuals and other sources we can help you with.
If you have knowledge of having added made-up names to the pages, please research if there are sources with the correct, official names and change them accordingly. Made-up names should only be used as a last resort.
First of all, I wanted to thank you for all your daily edits on the wiki. Those images surely make the site look better and your contributions are much appreciated.
The purpose of this post is to invite you to the official Castlevania Wiki Discord server. Since we've pretty much discussed everything Castlevania-wise, most of the time we talk about Contra (or just make random talk) and I thought you would be interested in joining us.
Keep up the good work and I hope to see you there soon.
Thanks. I try to do a minimum of 1 edit per day. I do what I can for the wiki. I'm not on Discord but people I know talk of it. Sorry but I'd rather not join it as of yet. Thanks for the offer though. I am on skype and am online usually.
That's great news! There's someone always online; if you don't see any conversations going on, usually just by saying "Hello" is enough to start one. You can send me messages even if I'm offline and I'll get them the next time I connect.
Thanks. I'm good though. I think the wiki colors are fine. On the Robotech wiki we have qa Canon thing where we label something as Non-Canon if its been removed from continuity but I think just mentioning it in the text of the article should be enough.