Swamp Thing Multiple Choice Test Questions

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Foreword by Ramsey Campbell, and Introduction by Alan Moore

1. When did comics undergo the paradigm shift mentioned by Campbell?
(a) During the late sixties.
(b) During the late seventies.
(c) During the fifties.
(d) During the early sixties.

2. How does Campbell describe the types of new themes that were discussed?
(a) Softer, more abstract ideas.
(b) Cynical politics.
(c) Philosophical conundrums.
(d) Darker, edgier themes.

3. What does Campbell say about the stories of the late 1960s?
(a) The stories were often shrill, obvious and melodramatic.
(b) The stories were too cynical.
(c) The stories were often happy and blissful.
(d) The stories were radical and life-changing.

4. What does Campbell explain the comic genre would not have without the late 1960s period?
(a) The brilliant artist, Ashley Wood.
(b) The interesting theorist, Scott McLeod.
(c) The crazed philosopher, Sartre.
(d) The excellent writer, Alan Moore.

5. What kind of ear does Campbell claim Alan Moore has for dialogue?
(a) Errant.
(b) Unerring.
(c) Unbalanced.
(d) Strange.

6. What did Alan Moore do differently with Swamp Thing from Campbell's viewpoint?
(a) He created a different setting.
(b) He rewrote the origin.
(c) He meditated upon two new heroes.
(d) He discussed philosophy.

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