- Not a great argument, surely. In comics, it's common for text to be in all caps. Is it different in Archie? -- Supermorff (talk) 22:22, November 14, 2012 (UTC)
- I don't know, I've never read any of the Archie Sonic comics, the Archie Sonic wiki has this unsourced quote from Ian Flynn as the basis of naming her NICOLE: "I suppose if you wanted to make the distinction between the computer and the soul, you could say the computer was all-caps. But at this point I consider her a "normal" part of the cast, so it'd be "Nicole.""
- - Myself 123 22:49, November 14, 2012 (UTC)
- I've looked more into this and on the talkpage, it appears the user FFF asked about the name leading to the quote, the spelling "NICOLE" doesn't seem to be offical at all, and seems to simply be Mobius Encylopedia's way to distincting between her and living beings. Myself 123 23:25, November 14, 2012 (UTC)
In the article, it states nicole is a device give to the freedom fighters from the future. Does that make cause for her page to have the 'Future' category? SilverPlays97 (Wall) (Contributions) 20:49, August 23, 2013 (UTC)
OK. When I read issue 253, I noticed that that Rotor's name was written as Rotor the Walrus instead of Rotor Walrus. I initially shrugged it off as a mistake, but in Sonic Super Special, it's written as Rotor the Walrus again. In addition, Nicole is now Nicole (or NICOLE if you prefer) the Holo-Lynx and Bunnie is Bunnie "Rabbot" D'Coolette as if "Rabbot" is a nickname like "Tails". Issue 255 seems to suggest that it is since she's titled "The Rabbot". So, should the pages be moved to match, or should we wait for more information? Lambosan (talk) 01:19, December 5, 2013 (UTC)