Hi, welcome to Batman Wiki! Thanks for your edit to the Mirror Man page.
I didnt have anything to do with the revert on Alfred Stryker, I can't remember why i reverted Dracula but don't remove things from the infobox thats the only reason i can think of why i might have done it. Otherwise your edits are great, keep up the good work. Doomlurker 20:56, 11 July 2009 (UTC)
I wish to inform you of a possible mistake in the message you left after you changed the order of Killer Moth events, placing Cry: For Justice after Face the Face. You noted, "Changed order; Cry for Justice takes place after Face the Face and features the new Killer Moth" but the Killer Moth in Cry: For Justice is not the same as the Killer Moth from Face: The Face. The reason they were placed in the original order is because the Killer Moth featured in Cry: For Justice is not the same Killer Moth from Face the Face, and wears the costume as the original Drury Walker. The Killer Moth from Face the Face wears green and black and is heavily armored, thus it would seem the Killer Moth in Cry: For Justice would have more connections to Walker than the Killer Moth from Face the Face. It has yet to be seen if the Killer Moth in Cry: For Justice is a resurrected Drury Walker or otherwise. As a result, the Cry: For Justice info was placed along with after-death appearances of Drury Walker, such as in Booster Gold #11 and #12.
Thanks, --Duel44 13:36, September 5, 2009 (UTC)
Cry: For Justice Edit
I understand your point and reasoning in the most recent message. However, I think putting the Killer Moth info from Cry: For Justice under Face the Face is might be misleading, as I am sure the Killer Moth from Face the Face is dead. (He was seemingly killed during a gunfight with Tobias Whale and Intergang in Gotham Underground). Thus, to clarify the difference further, it seems better to me to leave the Killer Moth from Cry: For Justice with after-death appearances of Drury Walker (because of the costume) but state his identity is unknown?
Thanks, --Duel44 12:09, September 7, 2009 (UTC)