I don't think the comic book series need disclaimers at the top referring people to their novelizations since the comics are what came first, especially if a different title was used for the subsequent novelization. It seems a a possible disservice to the comics to assume that people are coming to their articles looking for information about their adaptations.

That information about such adaptations is included in each article, just after the information about the comics series itself. Otherwise, where clarification isn't really the issue, it seems to undercut the importance of the comic in favor of the novel. Not that I have anything against the novels. Each media should be given its due, in my opinion.Hey, Ripley, don't worry. Me and my squad of ultimate bad-asses will protect you! 22:02, December 29, 2010 (UTC)--

It's not a "disclaimer" meant to undercut the primacy of the comic, it's just a simple, concise disambiguation to clear up the confusion right up front (like the Youmay tags on Wookieepedia). Please note, I made sure it said "For the novelization based on this series. I'll say that again: based on this series. How would that do the original comic a "disservice"? This was deliberate, because, as you well know, there's a lot of potential confusion with the different editions of comics and books. The point was to clear it up right away, to get right into talking about the comic itself. Here was my version, if anyone's interested: 06:45, December 31, 2010 (UTC)
My bad, I used "based" on other articles, but not this one. Sorry, that was the intention. :)----CadmiumX99 07:14, December 31, 2010 (UTC)

Added infobox

Used as guide. Click on the link that says "Source" to use it.---CadmiumX99 20:32, January 10, 2011 (UTC)

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