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We shouldn't do this Anakin being Darth Vader is a spoiler and per meta spoilers don't "age away" so we shouldn't be having our tags contain a spoiler. It also provides quite a nice distinction between the two sides of the person. Anakin and Vader are not really the same person, from a certain point of view, and so it helps distinguish between which part ...


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Yes, we should. And while we're at it, let's merge recurring-themes into trope (11 questions) too.


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A new tag should be made for the new series. What we have done in the past to separate series that share an incidental name that run across multiple medias or been rebooted/remade/whatever is to add the year of the release. i.e. this new Watchmen series would and should be tagged watchmen-2019. Other examples are westworld-2016, daredevil-2003 and daredevil-...


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The makers of the show have stated that the TV show is canon to the original comic books (on which the 2009 live action film was loosely based). Given that they're all part of the same fictional universe, using watchmen as a franchise tag makes sense. Yes. Look, [the new series] certainly fits into the ‘sequel’ box, and definitely doesn’t fit into the ‘...


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This seems to have been already settled, but I think that adding specific tags for the original comic book, for the movie and for the new series would help to better categorize the questions, in addition to a broader umbrella tag like the existent generic watchmen; I would also add something like watchmen-comics, watchmen-movie and watchmen-series; or maybe ...


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