A year ago Brandonbaker01 blocked me on Spiderman animated Wikia but never revealed reason for doing this. I asked him about it several times but he never answered me and always ignored me. At one point, he even closed entire thread when I asked him about this. Now he blocked me again for another year and yet again didn't inform me. Before I was blocked, I asked him why did he block me a year ago but he didn't respond to my question. He asked me to never create new categories and told me to never add categories to category pages. I replied to him OK, which meant that I will listen to his requests. And after this he blocked me again. ARTaylor, I want your advice. What can I do to make him respond to my questions? I really wanted to talk with him about this and he always ignored me. Does he hate me? What did I do to him to treat me like this? He really angered me by blocking and ignoring me again. I dislike being ignored.
Here is an interview John Semper did with drg4.com. In the interview Semper says that it pissed him off that Fox wouldn't let him use the Hulk. Apparently Hulk was briefly considered to appear in Secret Wars but the Fox axed the idea.
Is this true that first season of Fantastic Four was mainly criticized due to big amount of poor animation and large amount of plotholes? Was plot of this season very incoherent? Was this season created by amateurish people? Did second season have less plotholes and goofs than first season?
Yes, both Fantastic Four and Iron Man, under the direction of Ron Friedman, were highly derided. Friedman wasn't exactly a newbie, he did work on numerous series including The Transformers and G. I. Joe. The plots ranged from haphazard to incoherent. I don't know if it was Friedman or the studio, though the animation company obviously wasn't trying very hard. Friedman and the animation studio were replaced before the second season and both series saw vast improvements.
I noticed that first season of Fantastic Four looks like it was created by unprofessional people. It contains several plotholes and large amount of poor animation. Is that true that it was created by amateurish crew? I'm just asking out of curiousity.
The Fantastic Four has nothing to do with The Marvel Super Heroes from 1966. Why are you repling with a question I asked ART about The Marvel Super Heroes with a question about the 90s Fantastic Four show? The two shows are not related in any way.
Going back to the original purpose of this thread, I did add a couple of segments to Template:Episode. There's now a segment to add a story arc name (The Phoenix Saga, Neogenic Nightmare, etc) and another for the arc's number (1 of 3, 4 of 5, etc). So for something like The Marvel Super Heroes or Spider-Man's multi-segment episodes you can just put the arc number.
Okay, but episode numbers are already listed on the episode pages for The Marvel Super Heroes pages. I'm talking about specifying which segment the episode belongs to. The info box doesn't specify whether an episode belongs to Captain America, Thor, Hulk, Iron Man, or Namor. I just think it would be nice if we could specify which episode belongs to which segment. Could we put the name of the segment in the arc section of the infobox. Or could you create new categories like Captain America (Marvel Super Heroes) Episodes, Iron Man (Marvel Super Heroes) Episodes, ect.?