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Runciman

In Reply To
Racer Cool

Subj: Racer cool, read this
Posted: Thu May 08, 2008 at 01:46:41 pm BST
Reply Subj: Personally, no spoiler was needed.
Posted: Thu May 08, 2008 at 03:26:33 am BST

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> your whole post is about barry allen, who according to dc universe #0 is returning.
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> just be a little more careful

Personally, 'spoilers' for this thread is NOT needed. Various newspapers across North America have already published that fact and DC Universe #0 is already over a week old. It is clearly being talked about and not a 'spoiler' any longer.


You are not the moderator of this messageboard:-

If you look at the rules for the entire of alvaro's c messageboards you would fine this rule regarding spoilers--

"7. Spoiler Policy. ComicBoards.com's official spoiler definition is as follows:

A spoiler is defined as any information about an upcoming comic book issue or a recently released comic book issue, with these exceptions:
Covers of upcoming issues are not considered spoilers.
Solitications of upcoming issues are not considered spoilers.
"Hype" information (such as "Character X will be showing up soon in Comic Book A") coming directly from the creators themselves are not considered spoilers.
All spoilers must be marked until four weeks has passed since the issue came out. An individual ComicBoards.com board might have additional rules pertaining to spoilers. You must follow the additional rules of the boards as well. First of all, ALWAYS mark your spoilers in accordance to the guidelines. Secondly, NEVER put the spoiler itself in the subject heading. Doing so will get the post instantly deleted. Finally, if you are providing spoilers about an "off-topic" title (such as X-Men spoilers on the Spider-Man Message Board, or Green Lantern spoilers on the Flash board), you MUST put the comic book issue that you are spoiling in the subject heading. The reason for that being, if I'm reading the Batman Message Board and I see a post with the "SPOILER" warning in the subject heading, I am of course going to assume that the spoiler will be about Batman, not about Superman. If I also read Superman, and the post ends up being a spoiler about a recent Superman event that I had not yet read, I am not going to be pleased about the fact that I had this storyline spoiled for me. All "off-topic" spoilers must be marked until four weeks after the issue being spoiled has come out, regardless of what the individual boards' spoiler policy states. Posts that violate this policy will get instantly deleted. Violation of the spoiler policy can (and very likely will) lead to your posts being deleted. Repeated violations can lead to harsher consequences such as temporary or permanent banishment."


Your opinion on this matter was welcomed although the comicboards rules overides this. In future leave the moderating to me and Big Daddy Dale.

This topic is now closed.

If you have any problem with this feel free to email me.

Thanks very much

Runciman
The Flash messageboard moderator.





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