Ah, you're right - thanks for pointing that out! I've fixed it. The problem was that both of the videos had the same file name, so when I uploaded the second one, it replaced the first one instead of making a new file.
I think that merging Gold Key Comics Wiki into Scrooge McDuck Wiki would be a good idea, although I'm not sure Wikia/FANDOM would allow it, since there are non-Duckverse articles there as well. They might allow it, though, since we'd have permission from the Wki's admin (you). And if we did merge, of course, we'd have to delete all of the non-Duckverse articles.
Anyway, I'll ask Scrooge MacDuck what he thinks about it on the Wiki Discord and let you know.
You're wrong, Doc. What Angones said is that the crossover in question isn't the upcoming episode after Last Christmas, as the fan wrongfully deduced from its imdb listing. But it is definitely a-coming.
Well, yes, there's definitely going to be a Darkwing crossover, I never claimed that there wouldn't be eventually. I just didn't see a reason to have a page titled 'Untitled Darkwing Duck Crossover' with no information on it - after all, we'd have to replace all content on it and rename it when the episode actually premieres, and it's as easy to create a new page - having this one around will just confuse fans looking for upcoming DuckTales episodes (you'll notice that the user who asked on Angones' blog said that they got the information from a wiki, and it seems likely that it was this wiki, because, even though the DuckTales Wiki has an article on it, they explicitly treat it as a rumour, whereas the article here states that it will be premeiring soon).
It's your decision, of course - I'll restore the page if you want me to.
(incidentally, I've seen your new fan-film, The Bride and the Box, and it's quite good!)
I think a lot of fans are going to be looking for info about it, so keeping the page (perhaps we could collect what concept-art we've seen there? Beakely as Darkwing, etc.) doesn't sound too bad to me. But, of course, it should be purged of whatever unclear language gave people the impression that it was coming soon.
All right, I've restored the page and made it clear there that the premiere date is unknown, with a link to Angones' post. Collecting the concept art there seems like a good idea, though. Where was it posted? Angones' Twitter page?
Ah, yes, indeed I was! Unfortunately, I haven't been able to update that blog in quite some time, as I've lost the password, and don't remember which of my many e-mail addresses I used to sign up for it! Oh, well....
Hi, I'm frosty65. I just received an email stating you edited "Counties of Calisota". It sounds like you're wanting me to expand on this idea. I'm new to this and would appreciate any advice and help in this regard because I'm not sure what you want.
Helo, Frosty65, welcome to the wiki. Your article was good, but it was not formatted properly. All articles should have an opening section, a description (where your article would go), and a behind the scenes section. Also, an image would be a good thing to add, as well. And be sure to add links to your articles.
I hope you continue to edit the wiki, and if you need any more help, please contact me!
INTRODUCTION: COUNTIES OF CALISOTA: Calisota is a state within the United States and occupies what was once the very northwestern part of California. It's western border touches the Pacific Ocean.
DESCRIPTION:: Webfoot County, which occupies the southern section of Calisota, has two cities. Duckburg, which is the largest of the cities, lies near the northern border of the county, while the smaller city of New Quackmore, lies about five miles to the south of Duckburg's most southern edge. Both cities have access to the Pacific Ocean. Living within both cities are anthropomorphic aves (ducks, geese, etc), which represent over 50% of the population, humans, which represent approximately a quarter of the population, and an assortment of other anthropomorphic animals, which represent the rest of the population, Murids County, just to the north of Webfoot County, has only one large city named Mouseton, which is only a few miles from the northern edge of Duckburg. Living there an assortment of anthropomorphic murids ( mice, rats stc), which represent a third of the population, along with an assortment of anthropomorphic animals and humans. To the northeast of Murids County is the county of Dogwatch, whose only major city is Spoonerville. Most of the inhabitants are anthropomorphic canines, but with minorities of humans and other anthropomorphic animals. Across a river to the northwestern most section of Duckburg lies an island that encompasses the county of Birddog. It has the city of St. Canard, the only city within that county. Living there are anthropomorphic canines and aves, with a small minority of humans and other anthropomorphic animals.
BEHIND THE SCENES: It is undefined whether Calisota occupies the very northern part of California in another dimension existing within the natural world. There are certainly aspects of surreal incidents that stretch the laws of natural physics that could only take place in cartoons.
Huh. Considering its subject matter, I assumed Last Christmas would be the Christmas special, which would make Chaos of the Cantankerous Cashier the next episode; but I might be wrong. Wikipedia doesn't even seem to list Chaos yet.
I think that there won't be an episode this Saturday, which will mean Last Christmas will, at least, air in December - and Disney typically airs Christmas and Halloween specials of its shows at the very beginning of their respective months, so it probably will be the Christmas special.
I hadn't heard of Chaos of the Cantankerous Cashier, where was that announced?