Nowadays, I also abide by the rule of "If it's my work, I don't create the page nor edit it." It's surprisingly easy to tell when an author is describing their own work, if you know what you're looking for.
I treat gaining a TVTropes page as an accomplishment. If someone with no obligations took the time to make one for the comic, then something has clearly been done right. If an edit is made to cover a certain event in the comic, that must have been significant enough to be noteworthy. It's an opportunity to watch how strangers on the Internet describe, perceive, and analyze the comic.
Also, not really an active enough wiki-er to make a habit of editing public pages. *shrug* Still, it's a nice source of views - about 1 in 24 visitors per day.
I'd like to count the number of comments there are on each comic page and display that number. "There are X Comments" or something like that. At the very least, I want to know: How would I go about doing this? Thanks.
A screencap comic of My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic. Equestria is a custom campaign setting for Dungeons and Dragons, and the mane six are Player Characters. How will a party of six roleplayers fare in a world where the usual hack-'n'-slash high fantasy has been replaced by pastel-colored ponies?