Since we have a tidier and organized system with categorizing Star Wars, I think we should carry out the same treatment with Marvel. For a while I've noticed that many users have been inserting pretty much all related categories to certain articles. It's become a bit of a mess.
Example, remove categories relating specifically to the Avengers, Spider-Man and Iron Man movies and only keep Marvel Cinematic Universe. This will require some help. You, User:SilverFlight, User:Lola987 and myself have the tools to get the job done a lot faster.
I think the first thing to do is gather all the Marvel categories so we can make a plan. I've already enlisted a couple of users who are familiar with the Marvel categories, to gather them all the categories and send them to me. Once that's done I'll it with you and the others.
The advise I gave you before prevents users from renaming a page or create articles that don't belong on this site. Things for example like fake sequels or the fullname of a character (Obake's actual name is Bob Aken, but throughout the series, merchandise and promotion he is referred as Obake).
It had nothing to do with people articles. Those headings don't need protection unless its necessary.
Hi Vulchak, I've noticed you're deleting several redirect pages; unfortunately, I've looked over them, and many are still linked directly with various pages and templates. Because of that, I would advise you to check the "Special:WhatLinksHere" page for each redirect you delete to make sure they aren't linked to anything first.
To find links, simply type "Special:WhatLinksHere/" before the page title in the URL and it will take you to it. Also, on your toolbar, there should be a "Customize" option that has the WhatLinksHere tool, and you can add that to your "My tools".
After you rejected my offer to make you an Admin, I asked if you would like to be a content moderator instead like me. You'll be able to delete things on your own, rename images, rollback, and access locked out articles like the home page. What you do is technically monitoring.