Trivia On Image Comics

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  • 1. 

    In Image Comics' "Fear Agent", who is the last Fear Agent?

    • A.

      Peter Ross

    • B.

      Mark Grayson

    • C.

      Paul Grimes

    • D.

      Heath Huston

    Correct Answer
    D. Heath Huston
    Explanation
    In the Image Comics series "Fear Agent," the last Fear Agent is Heath Huston. This is the correct answer as it directly mentions the character who holds the title of the last Fear Agent in the series.

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  • 2. 

    In Image Comics' "Fear Agent", where does Heath Huston come from?

    • A.

      France

    • B.

      Frazterga

    • C.

      Texas

    • D.

      Iceland

    Correct Answer
    C. Texas
    Explanation
    Heath Huston, the protagonist in Image Comics' "Fear Agent," comes from Texas. This information is not explicitly stated in the question, but it can be inferred from the given options. The other options, France, Frazterga, and Iceland, do not have any connection to the character or the storyline of "Fear Agent." Therefore, the correct answer is Texas.

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  • 3. 

    "The One" and "Hellspawn" are aliases of what Image Comics superhero?

    • A.

      Monster Girl

    • B.

      Atom Eve

    • C.

      Spawn

    • D.

      Fear Agent

    Correct Answer
    C. Spawn
    Explanation
    "The One" and "Hellspawn" are both aliases of the Image Comics superhero known as Spawn. Spawn, created by Todd McFarlane, is a former CIA agent named Al Simmons who is resurrected as a demonic antihero. He possesses superhuman strength, the ability to shape-shift, and wields a variety of hellish weapons. "The One" and "Hellspawn" are alternative names that have been used to refer to Spawn throughout his comic book series.

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  • 4. 

    In the story of "Spawn", after Al Simmons was murdered, with whom did he make a deal to return to Earth?

    • A.

      Cyan

    • B.

      Malebolgia

    • C.

      Terry Fitzgerald

    • D.

      The Devil

    Correct Answer
    D. The Devil
    Explanation
    In the story of "Spawn," after Al Simmons was murdered, he made a deal with The Devil to return to Earth. This deal allowed him to come back to life as Spawn, a supernatural anti-hero with various powers. The Devil granted him this second chance in exchange for his soul and service as a Hellspawn. This agreement forms the basis of the storyline as Spawn struggles with his newfound powers and battles against evil forces.

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  • 5. 

    In "Spawn", because of his life as an assassin, where was Al Simmons sent after his murder?

    • A.

      Indiana

    • B.

      Hell

    • C.

      The Fourth Realm

    • D.

      Heaven

    Correct Answer
    B. Hell
    Explanation
    After being murdered, Al Simmons, the protagonist of "Spawn", is sent to Hell. This is because of his past life as an assassin, which led to his violent death. In the comic book series, Al makes a deal with a demon to return to Earth as a Hellspawn, a demonic entity with supernatural powers. His time in Hell serves as a punishment for his actions in life, and sets the stage for his transformation into the antihero known as Spawn.

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  • 6. 

    Who are Neela, Angie and Stella that help Archer protect the Earth in "Godland"?

    • A.

      Archer's Former Classmates

    • B.

      Archer's Protectors

    • C.

      Archer's Sisters

    • D.

      Archer's Girlfriends

    Correct Answer
    C. Archer's Sisters
    Explanation
    Neela, Angie, and Stella are Archer's sisters who help him protect the Earth in "Godland". They are not just his former classmates, protectors, or girlfriends, but his own siblings. Together, they form a strong bond and work together to defend the planet, using their unique skills and abilities to aid Archer in his mission.

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  • 7. 

    In "Godland", what is the name of the base from where Archer protects the Earth from a robot zombie invasion?

    • A.

      Infinity Tower

    • B.

      Star Tower

    • C.

      Vigilance Tower

    • D.

      Wake Tower

    Correct Answer
    A. Infinity Tower
    Explanation
    In the comic book series "Godland," Archer protects the Earth from a robot zombie invasion from the base called Infinity Tower. This tower serves as a stronghold and command center for Archer as he fights against the invading forces. It is likely named Infinity Tower due to its significance in defending the Earth indefinitely and without limit.

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  • 8. 

    In "Shadowhawk", where did Paul Johnstone/Shadowhawk grow up?

    • A.

      Africa

    • B.

      Akron, Ohio

    • C.

      England

    • D.

      Galapagos Islands

    Correct Answer
    C. England
    Explanation
    Paul Johnstone/Shadowhawk grew up in England.

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  • 9. 

    Where is Image Comics headquartered?

    • A.

      Cleveland, Ohio

    • B.

      Berkeley, California

    • C.

      Chicago, Illinois

    • D.

      New York, New York

    Correct Answer
    B. Berkeley, California
    Explanation
    Image Comics is headquartered in Berkeley, California. This information can be inferred from the given options, as Berkeley, California is listed as one of the locations.

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  • 10. 

    Who holds the rights to the various Image Comics titles?

    • A.

      Marvel Comics

    • B.

      Individual Creators

    • C.

      Image Comics

    • D.

      DC Comics

    Correct Answer
    B. Individual Creators
    Explanation
    Individual Creators hold the rights to the various Image Comics titles. Image Comics is known for its creator-owned approach, where the creators retain ownership and control over their creations. Unlike other publishers like Marvel Comics and DC Comics, where the company holds the rights to the characters and stories, Image Comics allows the individual creators to have full ownership and creative control over their work. This unique model empowers the creators and allows them to fully explore their artistic vision without interference from the publisher.

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  • 11. 

    In the Image Comics series "Zera", of what is Zera the queen?

    • A.

      Queen Of Denmark

    • B.

      Queen Of The Seraphim

    • C.

      Queen Of The Nile

    • D.

      Queen Of The Underworld

    Correct Answer
    B. Queen Of The Seraphim
    Explanation
    Zera is the queen of the Seraphim in the Image Comics series "Zera". The Seraphim are a celestial race often depicted as angelic beings in various mythologies and religious texts. As the queen of the Seraphim, Zera holds a position of power and authority over her celestial subjects. This suggests that she is a significant and influential character within the series, potentially playing a crucial role in the storyline involving the Seraphim and their interactions with other characters.

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  • 12. 

    When was Image Comics founded?

    • A.

      1992

    • B.

      1968

    • C.

      2006

    • D.

      1938

    Correct Answer
    A. 1992
    Explanation
    Image Comics was founded in 1992. This answer is correct because Image Comics was established in that year. It is a comic book publisher that was founded by a group of popular comic book artists who wanted to have more creative control over their work. They wanted to break away from the traditional publishing model and have the freedom to create and own their own characters and stories. Therefore, 1992 is the correct answer for when Image Comics was founded.

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  • 13. 

    For what comic book company did most of the Image Comics founders work?

    • A.

      Dark Horse

    • B.

      Fawcett

    • C.

      Marvel

    • D.

      DC Comics

    Correct Answer
    C. Marvel
    Explanation
    Most of the Image Comics founders, including Todd McFarlane, Jim Lee, and Rob Liefeld, previously worked for Marvel Comics. They left Marvel to form Image Comics in 1992, seeking greater creative control and ownership over their characters. Marvel is a well-known comic book company, and its association with the Image Comics founders is a significant factor in their decision to start their own company.

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  • 14. 

    What is the occupation of Rick Grimes, the central character in Image Comics' "Walking Dead"?

    • A.

      Physician

    • B.

      Geologist

    • C.

      CPA

    • D.

      Police Officer

    Correct Answer
    D. Police Officer
    Explanation
    Rick Grimes, the central character in Image Comics' "Walking Dead," is a police officer. This is evident from the storyline of the comic series and the television show adaptation, where Rick's occupation is consistently portrayed as a law enforcement officer. As the leader of a group of survivors in a post-apocalyptic world overrun by zombies, Rick's experience and skills as a police officer play a crucial role in maintaining order and protecting the group from various threats.

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  • 15. 

    Who is the sole writer for the Image Comics' series "Invincible"?

    • A.

      Stan Lee

    • B.

      Robert Kirkman

    • C.

      Robert Cochran

    • D.

      Jim Lee

    Correct Answer
    B. Robert Kirkman
    Explanation
    Robert Kirkman is the sole writer for the Image Comics' series "Invincible". This means that he is the only person responsible for writing the story, dialogue, and overall narrative for the series. Stan Lee, Robert Cochran, and Jim Lee are not involved in the writing of "Invincible".

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