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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Swamp Thing compare Floronic Man's character to in Book Three?
(a) An organ.
(b) A chemical.
(c) A metastatis.
(d) A cancer.
2. Who did Alan Moore recast who used to be known as a minor DC villain?
(a) The Riddled Penguin.
(b) The Joker.
(c) The Floronic Man.
(d) The Werewolf.
3. What is wrong with Swamp Thing when Abby and Matt find him?
(a) He has been buried.
(b) He is overgrown and unmoving.
(c) He has gotten stuck to a tree.
(d) He has lost his sister.
4. How do Swamp Thing's fingers extend?
(a) Like webs.
(b) At the push of a button.
(c) Like vines.
(d) With mechanical triggers.
5. What does Swamp Thing try to remember while in his dream state?
(a) Past events concerning his previous life.
(b) His phone number.
(c) The location of the Autistic Center.
(d) Where he put his keys.
6. What did Alan Moore do differently with Swamp Thing from Campbell's viewpoint?
(a) He discussed philosophy.
(b) He meditated upon two new heroes.
(c) He created a different setting.
(d) He rewrote the origin.
7. During Book Three, what does a police officer do after hearing about the destruction of a neighboring town?
(a) He moves his family to the city.
(b) He abandons his family.
(c) He destroys his house plants and kills his lawn with a toxic herbicide.
(d) He goes into shock.
8. What does Moore's writing retain that Campbell considers to be accomplished work?
(a) Magical allusions.
(b) Hearty aphorisms.
(c) Profound emotions.
(d) Insincere dialogue.
9. Where is Jason Woodrue when he wonders about the "old man?"
(b) New Orleans.
(d) Washington D.C.
10. What do three young men decide to do out on the bayou?
(a) Rescue their lost sister.
(b) Take a swim.
(c) Wrestle a gator.
(d) Take a joyride.
11. Who brought the Swamp Thing to Washington D.C.?
(a) Jason Woodrue.
(b) The Floronic Man.
(c) The man's corporation.
(d) Abby Arcane.
12. What does Woodrue spray on himself to pass for a human?
(d) Residual homobiology.
13. What does Woodrue decide he must do to the world after connecting his mind to Swamp Thing's flower?
(a) Save the humans.
(b) Save the whales.
(c) Decrease the amount of toxic gases in the atmosphere.
(d) Rid the earth of all animals and humans.
14. What is one consequence of Moore's comic book horror?
(a) Superheroes are reduced to comical archetypes.
(b) Swamp Thing exists in the same universe as Superman and Batman.
(c) Swamp Thing becomes a villain in the DC universe.
(d) The Justice League doesn't exist.
15. What does the Floronic Man telepathically order many of the buildings in the town to do?
(a) Dissolve into dust.
(b) Sink beneath the sea.
(c) Blow up.
(d) Be crushed by huge vines.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Woodrue do with the article he takes from Swamp Thing?
2. What is Swamp Thing truly?
3. Who is Woodrue revealed to be?
4. What does Woodrue take from Swamp Thing's body?
5. At what kind of rate does the Floronic Man cause the plants to produce oxygen in the young boy's town during the recording?
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