1. What kind of introduction does "Comics as a Form of Reading" use to discuss art?
2. What type of art does "Comics as a Form of Reading" describe?
(a) Phoenician watercolors.
(b) Linear art.
(c) The ancient drawings at Lasceux.
(d) The modern form of sequential art.
3. Around when did daily comic strips first appear?
4. What are the main forums for sequential art in today's world?
(a) Roman friezes.
(b) Gnostic illustrations.
(c) Daily comic strips.
(d) Weekly comic strips.
5. How did comics begin?
(a) As one-page illustrations.
(b) As short features.
(c) In printmaking.
(d) In MS Paint.
6. What did comics evolve into?
(a) Graphic novels.
(d) Comic newspapers.
7. In what part of a young person's life are comic books said to have a role?
(a) Late puberty.
(b) The philosophical years.
(c) The toddler phase.
(d) The early literary diet.
8. Graphic novels include reading written words and what else, for example?
(a) 3D worlds, technology, maps, music.
(b) Touch, taste, smell, pictures.
(c) Pictures, maps, circuit diagrams, musical notes.
(d) Images, love, theory, abstraction.
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