I have edited the page because one author, for some unfathomable reason, added two gallery sections, one at the beginning (before the article lead paragraph) and another at the end (after the References section).
Surely: (1) a gallery is supposed to go in the middle of an article, not at the beginning (unless the page is solely a gallery page, as is sometimes the case, but not here), nor at the end (unless perhaps the article is solely the main text and the gallery)? If there is a References or See Also section, one of those should be the last. (2) if a gallery is generic, as here, there's no point in having more than one.
Also, there is definitely no point in including any image in the gallery more than once, as was the case here; and I question both images, the first Is (I suspect) fanon, and the second is (as its name states) a wallpaper image (consisting partly of one character, but mostly of blank space), and I don't think such an image belongs here, as it is neither a publicity image nor a movie screenshot. — RobertATfm (talk) 03:39, March 3, 2017 (UTC)