"Preferably avoid adding character profiles that may be inappropriate or perceived to be in poor taste. This may include characters, weapons, etcetera, that are ill-suited for a statistics-indexing wiki, due to having no reliable feats, or ones from media which may be too controversial or otherwise unnecessary to be featured. This includes content that would strictly be added as a joke, for example Barney the dinosaur or the Teletubbies."
In other words, they are extremely inconsistent, which means that it`s virtually impossible to add accurate stats to them, and the removal of these series would make the wiki better for indexing statistics.
"To illustrate, Marvel's executive editor Tom Brevoort, who is also in charge of writing the official handbooks for the company, and is likely the highest current authority regarding the company's internal continuity and power levels, had this to sayregarding the topic:
"I get the sense that, somewhere, there’s a mighty battle boards-style discussion going on about the Sentry. And I try to stay out of those. But I will say that the transitive property has never applied to super heroes. After all, the Fantastic Four and Iron Man and even the Man-Thing have defeated the Molecule Man in the past, and doing so didn’t make them anything more than themselves."
”We need to stop thinking of these power relationships in such simple linear and black and white terms. if real life worked like that, there’d be no need for sporting events of any kind–you could tell which person or team was going to win without a game, from just looking at the stats.”"
This basically states that the writers of these series don´t give a shit about our indexing purposes and treats pretty much every single of their characters basically as a 10-A when vulnerable and up to 1-A when wanked by them.
You can´t compare some 10-As and 9-Cs the same way as a High 6-A and a High 2-A, which means that they should just be removed as these series already break many rules.