Template talk:Comic infobox

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Looks good, I wish it didn't shoot so far down into the page, not much can be done about that though. Also there should be an option for foreign captions, there are some articles with US & UK captions and the Bender Breaks Out article has only an AU caption (though notice would still be given that there isn't one on the US issue). - Quolnok 17:01, 14 January 2008 (PST)

Well... you see, comics are usually in the portrait form, so they make it take up extra space than episode screencaps. Maybe there is a work around for that. However, I think you're right. Do you know what countries the comics are released in? (not sold in, other countries could be selling other countries' comics e.g. American comics in Canada) However, it shouldn't be so difficult for you to add more options to the infobox if you try and edit you. I know I may seem like the master of the infoboxes, but I am not stopping you from changing them. --SvipTalk 17:09, 14 January 2008 (PST)
Oh and may I add completely unrelated, your nick sounds like "cool nok" in Danish (which means "cool enough"), a common phrase to express being impressed. Though I do not get where your nick exactly comes from, similar how I do not get Buddy's 13. --SvipTalk 17:10, 14 January 2008 (PST)
I believe there's the US/Canada, the UK/Ireland and the Australia/New Zealand English releases. There's also non-english versions, at least one of which began it's numbering with 0 rather than 1. I'm going to add Futurama Returns and the crossovers to Template:C
My nick was intended to be gibberish, I googled it when I first started using it and got no results and occasionally ask people who speak other languages if it means anything. This is the first time I've heard that it comes close to translating. I may have taken the first part of it from the quoll, however. - Quolnok
Oh oh, you forgot to signature that post!!! Very bad of you. Anyway, speaking of the C template, I was thinking that maybe behind each e or c template, there should be a small image indicating whether it is a comic or an episode/film. I am thinking a small film (you know from those old fashioned camera films) for e and a book for c. Just so our readers know that some of the appearances are comics and some of them are episodes. --SvipTalk 17:37, 14 January 2008 (PST)
Woops. Yeah, one of those mini icons could look good there. - Quolnok 18:03, 14 January 2008 (PST)