Do You Know King Shark?

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Do You Know King Shark? - Quiz

King Shark is a fictional character that appears in comic books produced by DC Comics. The humanoid shark has appeared in Superboy, Suicide Squad, Secret Six etc.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Who created the King Shark character?

    • A.

      Seth Ross

    • B.

      Karl Kesel

    • C.

      Lane Drozzle

    • D.

      Mack Lager

    Correct Answer
    B. Karl Kesel
    Explanation
    Karl Kesel is the correct answer because he is the comic book writer who is credited with creating the King Shark character. He introduced the character in the comic book "Superboy" #0 in October 1994. Kesel's creation has since become a popular and recurring character in the DC Comics universe, appearing in various comic book series, animated adaptations, and even the live-action television show "The Flash."

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  • 2. 

    What kind of character is King Shark?

    • A.

      Goofy

    • B.

      Comedic

    • C.

      Hero

    • D.

      Supervillain

    Correct Answer
    D. Supervillain
    Explanation
    King Shark is a supervillain character in various comic book series, including DC Comics. He is often depicted as a humanoid shark with superhuman strength and durability. As a supervillain, King Shark is known for his violent and ruthless nature, often serving as an antagonist to superheroes such as Aquaman and the Flash. He is not portrayed as goofy or comedic, but rather as a dangerous and formidable adversary.

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  • 3. 

    In what issue of Superboy did King Shark make his first full appearance?

    • A.

      Vol 3, #2

    • B.

      Vol 4, #8

    • C.

      Vol 4, #9

    • D.

      Vol 2, #3

    Correct Answer
    C. Vol 4, #9
    Explanation
    In the issue of Superboy, King Shark made his first full appearance in volume 4, #9.

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  • 4. 

    The King Shark character is voiced by?

    • A.

      John DiMaggio

    • B.

      Scott Mason

    • C.

      James Belcott

    • D.

      Alan Cruz

    Correct Answer
    A. John DiMaggio
    Explanation
    The correct answer is John DiMaggio. John DiMaggio is a well-known voice actor who has lent his voice to various animated characters. He is known for his deep and gruff voice, which suits the character of King Shark. His voice acting skills and experience make him a suitable choice for bringing the character to life.

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  • 5. 

    Who is King Shark's alter ego?

    • A.

      Rider

    • B.

      Joker

    • C.

      Nanaue

    • D.

      Harley

    Correct Answer
    C. Nanaue
    Explanation
    King Shark's alter ego is Nanaue. This suggests that Nanaue is the true identity or another name for the character known as King Shark.

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  • 6. 

    Who created the King Shark character?

    • A.

      Scott Grayson

    • B.

      Neil Damon

    • C.

      Leo Dion

    • D.

      Karl Kesel

    Correct Answer
    D. Karl Kesel
    Explanation
    Karl Kesel is the correct answer because he is the comic book writer who is credited with creating the King Shark character. He introduced the character in Superboy #0 in 1994. Kesel's creation of King Shark has since become a popular and iconic character in the DC Comics universe, appearing in various comic book series, animated TV shows, and even in live-action adaptations.

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  • 7. 

    King Shark's father is believed to be?

    • A.

      Quinn

    • B.

      King of all sharks

    • C.

      Joker

    • D.

      Rider

    Correct Answer
    B. King of all sharks
    Explanation
    King Shark's father is believed to be the King of all sharks because in the DC Comics universe, King Shark is a humanoid shark and his father is portrayed as the ruler of all sharks. This lineage is established in various comic book storylines and has been referenced in different adaptations of the character, including the "Suicide Squad" film. The title "King of all sharks" signifies his father's authority and dominance over all shark species.

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  • 8. 

    Where was King Shark born?

    • A.

      Hawaii

    • B.

      Jaipur

    • C.

      Adelaide

    • D.

      Austria

    Correct Answer
    A. Hawaii
    Explanation
    King Shark was born in Hawaii.

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  • 9. 

    What kind of species is King Shark?

    • A.

      Humanoid

    • B.

      Human

    • C.

      Animalia

    • D.

      Homoerectus

    Correct Answer
    A. Humanoid
    Explanation
    King Shark is classified as a humanoid species because he possesses both human-like characteristics and animal-like features. While he has a humanoid body structure, including two arms and two legs, his physical appearance resembles that of a shark, with a shark-like head, sharp teeth, and a muscular physique. This combination of human and animal traits categorizes him as a humanoid species.

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  • 10. 

    In what year did King Shark appear in Superboy?

    • A.

      1908

    • B.

      1877

    • C.

      1994

    • D.

      1899

    Correct Answer
    C. 1994
    Explanation
    In the comic book series Superboy, King Shark first appeared in the year 1994. This means that the correct answer is 1994.

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