Template:Fancomic

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Usage

This template should be added to articles about individual fan comics. Fancomics published as zines can use Template:ArtZine or Template:Doujinshi instead.

The template automatically includes the page in Category:Fanart.

Note: if there are enough articles, do we want a separate Category:Fancomics? [1]

See Help:Fanworks and Help:Template Guidelines for help in choosing which template to use.

To embed this template on a page, copy & paste the code below to the top of the new page:

{{Fancomic
|title= 
|creator=
|translator=
|dates=
|firstpublished=
|medium=
|genre=
|fandom=
|externallinks=
|image=
}}

Key

  • title - title of the art
  • creator - artist's name
  • translator - translator's name — this field is optional and will not appear if you don't fill it in.
  • dates - date posted/published
  • firstpublished - venue where the art was first posted/published (e.g. Tumblr, DeviantArt, name of the zine if a zine)
  • medium - e.g. digital art, traditional art (if traditional art then also oil paintings, watercolors, acrylic on canvas, pencil drawing, pen & ink, etc.)
  • genre - may refer to style or content, including but not limited to fandom-specific genres and forms like Victorian AU or slash
  • fandom - name of the source text or fannish tradition that applies
  • externallinks - link to the art if online
  • image - if a thumbnail image of the art is available, place file name here and format like so: [[File:Example.jpg|thumb|center|caption text]]

The Template

Fan Comic
Title:
Artist:
Date(s):
First Published:
Medium:
Genre/Style:
Fandom:
External Links:
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