Player pages are currently being created by our community, that would be fine if it wasn't for the fact they are using an inexistent namespace called "Flasher". You know, the SmashWiki uses a namespace called Smasher for the same reason, but we don't have the extension for that namespace. I have left some details here so you can know the rest. I would also consider getting rid off the Expansion namespace we are not currently using.
Because using it would be nonense, the purpose of namespaces (not prefixes) is to identificate and label certain pages without having to do that manually. When you go to a talk page, the header should be read as:
I know those are raw sprites but are you aware SSF1 sprites are not exclusive? you can easily find them on the internet, and given that game has no atworks (like the ones the DOJO!!! provides) they are actually needed. There cannot be a case for sprite theft because the sprites are not unique to SSF1.
This is similar to halloween-themed layout I normally put when the main site changes. But I don't recommend a gray background as it makes more evident the crummy edges for some transparent images and even worse for jpeg-format images.
We can delete affected jpegs using the "poor quality image" reason. Honestly, there's no background that will be suitable enough for making bad transparent images look good that is considered 'dark'. On the same hand, though, what do we have that's transparent that shouldn't be deleted for being a non-ingame sprite upload?