Comics and Sequential Art Quiz | Eight Week Quiz G

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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 8.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What must a reader possess in order to read comic books?
(a) Visual and verbal interpretive skills.
(b) Tactile sense and dexterity.
(c) Auditory and verbal interpretive skills.
(d) A fine sense of smell.

2. If a reader knows instinctively how gravity works, what will happen when they read panels that don't function like sentences?
(a) The reader will stop reading.
(b) The comic will stop making sense.
(c) The reader will naturally follow the action in the panels.
(d) Comics must function like sentences.

3. Does this book suggest the structures of illustration and of prose are similar?
(a) The article does not mention any similarity.
(b) Yes.
(c) The article says illustration has no structure.
(d) They are profoundly different.

4. What does Eisner believe would happen if animals' faces were more flexible?
(a) Humans would love animals.
(b) Humans would kill fewer.
(c) Humans wouldn't kill animals.
(d) Humans would kill more.

5. How does calligraphy relate to sound?
(a) It is symmetrical.
(b) It is anthropomorphic.
(c) It is progressive.
(d) It is analogous.

Short Answer Questions

1. What other method requires production of a paperboard with colors added to transparent overlays?

2. What does Eisner wish artists to know about shadow?

3. What should the artist be able to produce?

4. How big is the simplified script when determining an agreement between artist and writer?

5. What kind of stories have dominated the field of comics because of the limitations of the medium?

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