Top Comics Quizzes & Trivia

It’s laughter time. Our comic quizzes are sure to grab a smile or two. If this can’t make you laugh, we don’t know what will. As a matter of fact, why don’t you go ahead and tell us some good jokes. We’re sure you’ve got some stand up material going on. Who knows, you could end up hosting your very own comic quiz show.

Let’s give it up for our sample questions: When was Dean Martin born? How many movies did Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy star in? What’s the biggest grossing comedy in the history of Hollywood movies? How many seasons does the American version of “The Office” have? What was the name of the boss in the same comedy series? Applause, applause, this has been a great preview to our comic quiz.

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  • What substance enabled Ray Palmer to alter his size and mass as the Atom? 

  • A brain-amplifying device created by Charles Xavier to detect the presence of mutants across the world.

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  • Which of the Outsiders was an adventurer named Rex Mason?
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  • Which Marvel superhero is known as the man without fear?
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  • Read the following paragraph and answer the question about it Writer •This person, or group of persons, creates the overall story and dialogue of the comic book. It could easily be that this person came up with the idea or concept on their own, but that isn't always the case. Sometimes the story will be completely fleshed out, with instructions as to specific comic panels and characters. Other times, the writer may give a basic plot, coming back later to add the appropriate dialogs.  What is the main point of this paragraph?
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  • Writer •This person, or group of persons, creates the overall story and dialogue of the comic book. It could easily be that this person came up with the idea or concept on their own, but that isn't always the case. Sometimes the story will be completely fleshed out, with instructions as to specific comic panels and characters. Other times, the writer may give a basic plot, coming back later to add the appropriate dialogs.  How much of the story is the writer responsible for
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  • Writer •This person, or group of persons, creates the overall story and dialogue of the comic book. It could easily be that this person came up with the idea or concept on their own, but that isn't always the case. Sometimes the story will be completely fleshed out, with instructions as to specific comic panels and characters. Other times, the writer may give a basic plot, coming back later to add the appropriate dialogs.  There is only one writer in a comic book
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