Comics and Sequential Art Quiz | Eight Week Quiz A

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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 2.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. Around when did daily comic strips first appear?
(a) 1943.
(b) 1956.
(c) 1934.
(d) 1756.

2. What does lettering often serves as an extension of?
(a) Tone.
(b) Phrasal verbs.
(c) Imagery.
(d) Ink.

3. How did comics begin?
(a) In MS Paint.
(b) As one-page illustrations.
(c) In printmaking.
(d) As short features.

4. What forces the reader to supply dialogue in an image sequence?
(a) The speed of the action.
(b) The proximity of the action.
(c) The strained context of the image.
(d) The fluid lines of the image.

5. Why must the sequential artist and the reader share any experience?
(a) So communication can occur.
(b) So the artist can get paid.
(c) So the panels are read correctly.
(d) So the reader understands the entirety of the piece.

Short Answer Questions

1. How can a panel be diagrammed?

2. In what part of a young person's life are comic books said to have a role?

3. What are the main forums for sequential art in today's world?

4. What kind of pictographs weld visual imagery and "uniform derivative" symbols?

5. What element of weather messes with the typeface in Eisner's second example?

(see the answer key)

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