I'll deal with them, since I'm a fan of surreal works and whatnot.. we should have a "Page Adoption" process on this wiki, I may think on suggesting it at some point.. where certain users adopt a page that is short on info.. that way pages aren't just dumped and we have less hassle of remaking pages ever time we get short info.
well, just look at Nada now.. even with limited info one can improve an article with simple steps.. infoboxes are a must for any article and they improve the look dramatically, as do they help with info.
also, I'll apologize if I went off - improving articles takes time and effort plus my wiki codes are messing with me a lot.. I'm of the view fixing articles avoids the hassle of having to completely remake them, so what if the original author was "lazy" etc? it is our job NOT to be equally lazy by just erasing it.. even weak articles can have stuff people can work on and improve.. that way we don't have to keep deleting and recreating the same article day after day.
that's my opinion and since I'm in a weird mood I'll leave it at that.
considering I did all the improvements to the article and I can delete, protect or revert it at any time? no.. I didn't even have to put the template on it.
if people won't leave them alone I'll protect them, if admins declare otherwise I'll edit etc..
as stands they are fine, there's worse articles to focus on and a basic article is a start, not going to get "perfection" on a Doom Patrol article.. look at the DC Database article and you'll see we've put more effort than the "official" site does, which shows something: