I Was told off by another staff member over something that i think you are aware of due to making edits on other pages i added it too but i dont think you had an issue with specifically the Wikipedia links to Species of creatures that some monsters are.
I just need clarity because it just seems like only one staff member has an issue with that.
unclear if MV titans such as Behemoth and Scylla count due to being the source of mythical mythical creatures in universe but being based on them out of universe as well but from what i see we have the following (counting Titans as well)
Apparently a user named Pedro, (his profile linked below) uploaded this altered image of Scylla’s concept art, with a change of the head, was added. I used TinEye reverse image search, and nothing came up. Do you know which picture where the picture came from? I’m only asking because you were one of the latest people who edited the Scylla page.
Pedro’s Page: User:Pedro
Unaltered: File:Multiple - Scylla.jpg
Altered: File:Titanus Scylla.jpg
You're not listening to what I'm saying. Godzilla the Ride and Always Sunset are not even remotely comparable. Always Sunset on Third Street 2 and Ready Player One are feature-length theatrical films which feature Godzilla and Mechagodzilla respectively but are otherwise unrelated to the site, so we have pages for those versions of the characters but not the movies themselves. The Godzilla the Ride short film already has a page that should have a synopsis on it, so an incarnation page would be redundant. Not to mention that we tend to shy away from individually covering versions of characters from short films, as I already said.
I know you're talking about a design page, but really Always Godzilla should just be converted to an incarnation page. The design from the Ride doesn't even have a name, and it would set a slippery precedent for having pages for non-film or television Godzilla designs. I don't like it.
About the names, GareGoji has at least been acknowledged by Toho and DougheGoji & GyuraGoji are pretty universal among Japanese fans. I haven't seen a consistent name for the Ride design, probably because it's... just an amusement park ride. The main-line Godzilla designs are bound to have more recognized nicknames.
Making design pages for short films would mean a page for the design from G vs. G 2, too. It all just seems incredibly unnecessary.
The telop on Virus King might just be smooshed together and isn't even meant to be one word. Even if we assume it definitely says "VirusKing," the exact same trailer also uses "Virus King" so they are equally valid. It doesn't really matter what font one is written in. You also have to remember these are non-English speaking people writing out text in English, so some of it is going to be wonky. Even the title "Yuzo the Biggest Battle in Tokyo" is kind of weird with no punctuation. If SRS or someone releases the movie on home video and translate it "Virus King," I'd place that over the Engrish trailer.