User talk: Happy Brian

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Hey, this page is intended to discuss with me about any edits I make to this wiki. Please be civil with me or I won't respond to you at all. I have some rules before you send me any message here:

1. Please don't send me any spam messages; I do not appreciate them and will be instantly removed on the moment I see them.

2. Don't send me messages that you are not happy with a specific comment I made on an article here; this is not what my talk page is intended for.

3. Don't send me libelous or hateful messages that accuse me of something I didn't do (such as accusing me of being communist because of something I said); I have a right to remove them for contributing nothing useful besides bashing me and I have a right to report the user to the admins.

4. Don't repeatedly send the same message to me over and over again; I can understand if this was due to a glitch with the user's computer (usually, it's simple to just delete the duplicated messages) but if the user is doing this on purpose, the less likely I'll respond back to them.

That's my rules on my talk page for now. Until then, have a happy time editing. Happy Brian (talk, contribs) 20:36, 19 November 2017 (UTC)

Mario anime magazine[edit source]

Here's a closed auction of the Peach-hime Kyuushutsu Daisakusen magazine. Kindaieigasha (近代映画社) was never a manga publisher, but they did a lot of tie-in magazines (or mooks, as they're usually called in Japan) for films and anime. If you look on the cover, it credits the editorial staff of スクリーン (SCREEN) and ジ・アニメ (The Anime), which was their cinema and anime magazine respectively. The magazine itself is nothing special (I've seen other auctions showing more of it). It's mostly just a screenplay transcript with frames from the anime. It's not really a conventional manga. Arkhound (talk) 23:17, 18 December 2017 (UTC)

    • Thank you for informing me about this. I'm not really sure why people would confuse that screenshot of it as a manga and not just part of a magazine on the movie. Yet the 1986 movie was an anime after all so I'm guessing people are assuming that picture was part of a manga on the movie that doesn't exist. I just fixed the title of the article to replace the word "manga" with magazine. I hope you're satisfied. --Happy Brian (talk, contribs) 23:29, 18 December 2017 (UTC)
      • I think the confusion comes from the fact that the cover of the magazine says Famicom Manga Eiga (ファミコン漫画映画), but that's just the movie's tagline (it appears on the movie's promotional pamphlet) and manga eiga in this context means a cartoon movie (much like how Toei used to call their anime film festivals Manga Matsuri). At any rate, the magazine doesn't seem to have anything special about it that would make it such a notable "lost media". It's just your typical anime tie-in magazine. Arkhound (talk) 03:35, 19 December 2017 (UTC)

Super Mario 64 Beta[edit source]

Hey thanks for helping me with some of the smaller edits to the SM64 Beta article! I was gonna do some more editing but I kept receiving upload errors. Notanalternativ (talk)

  • Your welcome. :) I love helping people make their first articles look better, especially for topics I am interested in. Happy Brian (talk, contribs) 12:13, 18 September 2019 (UTC)