Thanks for adding images - this wiki definitely needs them, especially considering the first half of season one has been out for more than half a year now. However, if you found images off the web, then you need to cite the original source. It's proper credentials and also a way to make sure the wiki isn't using materials from illegal sources. And unfortunately I can't simply follow requests that say "please don't delete" - I'm upholding the wiki's policies.
(Edited your message to include all your posts. You should have the ability to edit your original message - please do that instead of filling up with more posts.)
Yeah, it doesn't surprise me it took you that long. Even my own skim of the Internet reveals very few images from the show altogether. Apart from it not being THAT popular of a show, it seems no one wants to take their own pictures except to use it for fan art or something.
But anyway, like I said, please cite your sources. If you took the picture yourself, then note as such; if you didn't, you must link to where it was obtained from. And from there it'll be determined if it's legal to have it on this wiki - if the image came from a site that took it through some illegal source (stream, download, etc.), then the image CAN'T be on here.
I'd say at least half of the wiki has been marked with one of the "stub" or "revise" tags. Most people just add one or two things, but hardly ever to completion.
Usually not (like if someone uploads a screencap as an art submission, thereby establishing copyright on it that would legally be void because they didn't create the source material), but because the image files on that journal appear to be taken by the person and they are talking about the subjects in the images, then it's a fair-use case, which would make it okay.
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