So for a while it's been obvious that Japan doesn't capitalize the "is" in "Diamond is Unbreakable" (you can see it on the DVD/BD covers like this one) I think the only reason the pages are at "Diamond Is Unbrekable" here is because Wikipedia had a policy that said that any time a verb is in the title of a work of fiction you have to capitalize it. There's probably too many pages for a regular user like myself to move and the main page has a redirect in the way, anyway.
Because I'm sick and tired of someone berating my things. I had to tell everyone the page was vandalized because I thought they'd wonder why all the information was gone, and got told it wasn't necessary, then that same person commented on my fan-made theory stating it was bad (but I wasn't going for canon), and I'm scared to tell the higher ups because it would be "my fault". So I might just leave to prevent any trouble. Sorry, MK. Dunno if I'm cut out for this Wiki.
And yes, I am gonna vent because I don't know where else to turn.
I wouldn't let one person get you down, Gorillaz. You can leave if you think that's best, but you're not really causing any trouble. I also appreciate it when you inform me of vandalism, since my phone usually notifies me of messages.
MetallicKaiser wrote: I wouldn't let one person get you down, Gorillaz. You can leave if you think that's best, but you're not really causing any trouble. I also appreciate it when you inform me of vandalism, since my phone usually notifies me of messages.
...Now that you say that, I feel stupid for wanting to leave...this means a lot coming from you. :)
There's a Jojolion infobook that was released some time ago, and there's a Stand section.
This pic is shows a paragraph commenting the inspiration for Speed King's name. Using my nonexistant Japanese, I've come to the conclusion that Araki may have been hesitating between naming it "Sun King" or "Speed King". I'd like to confirm it though.
"As the name of the Stand hasn't been revealed yet, listing the original music reference is not possible. As such, we'd like to make a guess based on the hint of "King" in all the Higashikata Stand names (although much like Paper Moon King, we can't eliminate the possibility that it'll just be a song name + King)
The Beatles - Sun King: Beatles = Beetles, close enough to be the correct answer?
Deep Purple - Speed King: Continuing off of 'Highway Star', it seems like there'd be many possibilities for another Deep Purple music reference?
I assumed the book you were referring to was what you listed on the Les Feuilles page, so I looked into it. According to the 4th page, it seems to be just a fan researched book and isn't associated with Araki or Shueisha.
Question I gotta ask, is there a pm system for the wikia, because I think it's better to have one so the reporting stays anonymous and the person who's reported doesn't go after the reporter or any other user involved.