The page is labeled as "semi-canon," but the opening paragraph says "non-canon." If it's semi-canon, shouldn't we get change the "non-canon" accordingly? Cheesy Mac n Cheese (talk) 20:59, 30 April 2015 (CEST)
- We apparently don't have a non-canon template, so it's possible that the semi-canon one was as close as we could get. Maybe the other one got wiped or something.
- Remove it for now, I think. It should be clear enough that it's non-canon. -- Talk 21:37, 30 April 2015 (CEST)
Greg once said "I guess" and "they seem okay" when asked about canonizing them. A later question on the LMBs referred to them as semi-canon, but Greg made no comment on their canonicity in his reply. I believe this is where the idea of these comics being (semi-)canon came from, though I can't tell if any of Greg's later answers overruled this earlier statement. --PeabodySam (talk) 02:35, 8 January 2023 (UTC)
- It has to at least be semi-canon for the sole reason that page 2 of Part 2 shows a Matoran with a Kakama who identifies himself as Tamaru, even though he very clearly is not. Dag (talk) 04:05, 8 January 2023 (UTC)
- The meeting of Lewa and Kongu does not match the book. If it is semi-canon, then what part is it that is canon? ~ Wolk (talk) 05:34, 8 January 2023 (UTC)
Where did this come in English? Citation needed. -- Talk 16:48, 7 June 2015 (CEST)
The magazine the comics came in were a publication of LEGO Media, in the UK. They were produced in English, and the Russian version we have Legend of Lewa from is just the Russian regional adaption. You can see most of the issues of the magazine we currently have in English here: http://www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?f=533562
For comparison, here are some Russian ones (including the one with the first part of Legend of Lewa): http://www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?m=tkf
These two issues are the same, with minor adjustments made for each region.