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Quick wrote: Sorry for the delay. Lot of stuff to do lately, including figuring out what to do with what was left from a termite attack in a box... Many comics and some mags and books had to go to trash... 😭
That blows man, sorry. :( hopefully it was nothing of extreme value. I've been buying plastic boxes none stop lately to keep my stuff safe.
No Mega Man content was harmed (except for some old gaming notes, like a Robot Master list I did before the wiki), but still...
The biggest loss was about 98% of my Wolverine Vol 1 comics (equivalent to USA's Wolverine Vol 2), including Wolverine #1 and this issue (now with real cover damage, alongside all pages...), and some issues from other comics that were inside, like all parts (that I had, missed a few issues) from Onslaught (which suffered one from the termites). Wolverine was probably my third biggest comic collection, after Spider-Man (including Amazing Spider-Man and variations) and X-Men (ditto, also counting X-Factor and other X-comics), which thankfully were in other box (although a few X-comics were with Wolverine...). Now it may be smaller than Captain America and Hulk together, which I don't have many (and 3 of them went to trash too...).
The other contents... Thankfully most of the more valuables (older or harder to find) only had minor damage (mainly the tips, although some are VERY dirty and I don't know how to clean them without causing damage, specially the sticker albums), and most of the ones lost are archived in the web (Wayback Machine, Retromags, ...), but it's still annoying that they got damaged. Lost a few gaming mags (one magazine guide only lost a few of the last pages and I found it online... Wondered if I should rip the damaged pages and keep it, or trash it as it is a two part guide and part 2 was totalled. Decided it will be the test subject before cleaning the others), and as the box didn't had many books, only lost two. They even managed to damage a (thin) plastic layer to get the paper inside.
Hey, I just wanted to know something for when I edit pages. Because I split the Z/ZX legacy collection gameplay videos up by the game, should I also put the footage also with it's matching game page? (example: putting the legacy collection footage of Mega Man Zero 1 with the Mega Man Zero 1 page).
At first I thought "why not" as they are the same games, but as they contain some changes (mainly the save assists around the stage), maybe it would be better to have the original versions so viewers can compare them?