Lately I have been going over articles that have no content and had to delete, I have noticed you as the creator of many of them. Some are still new, others have been around for a while with nothing added other than categories. Please if you would at-least put down a base idea for your work, even as little as two sentences can make a difference.
If you are talking about spelling work or what not you know the wikis have a built in spell check you can use right? But if it is info mistakes even just leaving a small bit of frame work for others to expand on would help like say what said character is from and maybe a brief sentence describing them. Example: You made an article about Ghost, there was no info there, I looked it up to expand later but even if you had just typed that she was from Dark Horse comics and had ghost super powers it would have been a decent jumping off point for others to add too.
I won't ball you out for spelling or grammar, or even info mistakes, but just a small bit of effort for others to expand on later will make all the difference.
I should just geting on instead of I should just stop getting on. Mistakes like that on every page I add and other people needing to fix the pages because I did not know. Someone would say that they are tired of fix them and that it's a pain fixing the artcles because i did not read what I was addin.
Ah so it is spelling you are worried about. Well when you go to edit a page there is a "Visual" and a "Source" box on the top right of the page, switch the box from Visual to Source and the page will go into an automatic spell check mode, you can use that to tidy your work without fear of missing something or scanning your work. We have a couple of contributors who actually have dyslexia and had similar worries, the Source use seems to have helped them through that with ease so I am sure it will help you. Even if you don't though wiki communities are not fan sites. You do not need to worry about smearing someone else's work. Other contributors are expected to clean up any mistakes they find, no need to worry.