Now that this wiki has 5,000 pages, it qualifies for a place on the Big wikis hub and also has an upgraded star on the Cartoons and Comics hub. Sheridan (talk) 03:06, December 12, 2016 (UTC)
I would love to see another proper (ie Karl Urban) Judge Dredd film - there are certainly plenty of possible story lines to choose from!
Unfortunately, at the moment it looks like there is no progress - Mr Urban said as much a couple of days ago, contrary to rumour.
Thankfully, there are comic book sequels, which will keep us going... it's just a matter of time, surely?
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I've just created a new category called the fourth estate. I've started it off with VTV from Invasion! but there's a few Trivee channels from Harlem Heroes (story) for me to add. Depending on how many articles fit into this category I might make a subcategory, but for the time being I'll be putting them in this one. There's probably a few newspapers from Dandridge to recategorise (or maybe I'll just turn whatever category they got put in into a subcategory). Please note not to put an article in the main category and its subcategory - this is bad wiki practice! Sheridan (talk) 15:33, July 26, 2013 (UTC)
Note that Psi-Judges aren't necessarily a sub-category of Mega-City Judges (the Sovs at least have Psi-Judges). Pretty sure that the Brit-Cit version aren't called Psi-Judges though. Cadets could cause a problem in the future as they can obviously be from any city Sheridan (talk) 23:40, June 7, 2013 (UTC)
Once upon a time there were plans for an official 2000AD wiki, but it didn't go very far (or didn't get to Beta). Here are the markers which were planned - Marks the current article for deletion. As only admins can delete pages, this is used to highlight those articles. A reason should be supplied either in the History or in the Discussion page for that article. Failure to supply a reason will result in the marker being removed.
Citation content can vary depending on the type of source and may include:
Book: author(s), book title, publisher, date of publication, and page number(s) if appropriate. Journal: author(s), article title, journal title, date of publication, and page number(s). Newspaper: author(s), article title, name of newspaper, section title and page number(s) if desired, date of publication. Web site: author(s), article and publication title where appropriate, as well as a URL, and a date when the site was accessed. Play: inline citations offer part, scene, and line numbers, the latter separated by periods: 4.452 refers to scene 4, line 452. For example, "In Eugene Onegin, Onegin rejects Tanya when she is free to be his, and only decides he wants her …
I must look into making a few infobox templates
- creative team, so that script, art, etc can be specified without breaking in to the main body of the page
- issue details, same deal, but with issue/prog number, release/cover date, stories featured
There might have to be multiple issue detail infoboxes, for 2000AD, JDM, etc - depending on how the template works.
There's currently a few categories entitled "stories" though I feel that the entries currently under them would be best served by the category "series" (with stories to be reserved for stories within the series, or serials). There will be exceptions, one-offs that would be categorised under series, but I think it would be clearer in the long run to use the two classifications.
If there are no objections, I'll go through the current entries and recategorise them in the next week or so.
Sheridan (talk) 02:59, May 3, 2013 (UTC)
- Just noticed there's also a 'storylines' category, currently with sub-categories for Judge Dredd and Nicolai Dante storylines. I think before I do too much more work I/others will have to formulate a clear difference be…
Hi all (if anyone's reading this)!
Is anyone on this wiki still active? It seems a shame for a wiki with the coveted '2000ad' namespace to go to waste. I'm not sure whether I want to put a lot of effort into it though, as 2000ad online has its own database. I'd have to check how extensive it is before judging (pun intended) whether I want to try to revive this one. There's also a Judge Dredd wiki, so wouldn't want to replicate what's on that too much, but if this wiki didn't cover the same info, then this one wouldn't be comprehensive...
Anyway, if anyone's interested, or has any ideas on what this wiki could be (or if it's even needed) then please respond. I might make a few pages based on the last few progs to see what could be done.…