Talk:Tharg the Mighty

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Only character in every issue[edit]

In case folks take issue with my saying Tharg is the only character in every issue (citing Judge Dredd as the real holder of that distinction). Tharg was indeed in the first prog, appearing in a (rather scary) story in which he disintegrated someone (who I think was a fleeing droid). By contrast, Dredd didn't appear until the second prog, in a (horribly drawn) strip concerning "Whitey" and the now dwarfed Empire State Building). Refs: (tharg's first appearance) {Dredd's first appearance) -- John Fader 00:04, 20 Dec 2004 (UTC)

No problem with that - however he didn't appear when the men in black took over. I've changed the wording so that Dredd and Tharg as being unique in appearing in most progs. sheridan 01:52, 2005 Feb 10 (UTC)
Would it be actually worth mentioning Vector 13 in the entry as it was notable for being his major absence from the magazine - I put a mention in about this in their entry (Emperor 23:23, 1 April 2006 (UTC))

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To quote, or not to quote[edit]

In the Publication History section there seems to be a mix of story titles in quotes, and some not - which is the preferred version? Chaheel Riens (talk) 07:11, 31 March 2018 (UTC)

The only quotes I can see are for subtitles. For instance, Timehouse was the title of the series, and “Century Duty” was a story within that series. Richard75 (talk) 14:22, 31 March 2018 (UTC)