|Name: _________________________||Period: ___________________|
This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Swamp Thing try to remember while in his dream state?
(a) Past events concerning his previous life.
(b) His phone number.
(c) Where he put his keys.
(d) The location of the Autistic Center.
2. What does Woodrue explain about Swamp Thing's escape and return?
(a) That Woodrue almost killed Swamp Thing when he escaped.
(b) That Woodrue helped him by bringing him back to the swamp.
(c) That Woodrue is Swamp Thing's best friend and wanted to help him.
(d) That Woodrue had no part in Swamp Thing's escape and return.
3. What "consumed" Alec Holland?
(b) The swamp.
4. Who is Woodrue revealed to be?
(a) The supervillain, Mr. Manic.
(b) The supervillian, the Floronic Man.
(c) The superhero, Superman.
(d) The supervillain, Jekyll.
5. What does Campbell make a case for concerning Alan Moore's Swamp Thing?
(a) That the comic book genre is too trite.
(b) That the comic book medium can't be rescued.
(c) That the comic book medium is a legitimate art form.
(d) That the comic book medium is better than poetry.
6. What is Woodrue made of?
(d) Plant tissue.
7. What does Woodrue do with the article he takes from Swamp Thing?
(a) He ingests it.
(b) He chops it up into tiny pieces.
(c) He throws it away.
(d) He hides it.
8. What was the original story of Swamp Thing about?
(a) Alec Holland and Abby Arcane.
(b) Alec Holland and his wife.
(c) Alec Holland and his cousin.
(d) Mrs. Holland and Abby Arcane.
9. What was Swamp Thing, originally?
(a) Half-vegetable, half-sheep.
(b) Half-food, half-element.
(c) Half-man, half-alien.
(d) Half-man, half-vegetable.
10. What does Swamp Thing compare Floronic Man's character to in Book Three?
(a) A metastatis.
(b) An organ.
(c) A cancer.
(d) A chemical.
11. What sort of parallel storylines does Book Three set up?
(a) An epic five part story.
(b) A race of parallel storylines with a time constraint.
(c) A quickly finished set of storylines.
(d) A meandering set of storylines.
12. During Book Three, what does the Floronic Man send the young boy off who recorded for him to do?
(a) Warn the world of the Floronic Man and his plan.
(b) Find Abby Arcane.
(c) Find his brother, the Metatonic Man.
(d) Find a battery for the video camera.
13. What did Alan Moore do differently with Swamp Thing from Campbell's viewpoint?
(a) He created a different setting.
(b) He discussed philosophy.
(c) He meditated upon two new heroes.
(d) He rewrote the origin.
14. How could Swamp Thing's problem be classified?
(a) As psychological.
(b) As spiritual.
(c) As biological.
(d) As militant.
15. How does the coloring change in Swamp Thing's dream sequences during Book Two?
(a) It changes to a more pastel hue.
(b) It turns black and white.
(c) It becomes more vibrant.
(d) The coloring becomes red and yellow.
Short Answer Questions
1. Which Edgar Allen Poe short story is Book One clearly modeled after?
2. Who is Swamp Thing battling against for his humanity?
3. Who does Swamp Thing blame for taking away his humanity?
4. Who did Alan Moore recast who used to be known as a minor DC villain?
5. Who does the Floronic Man kill toward the end of Book Three?
This section contains 525 words
(approx. 2 pages at 300 words per page)