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Trivia Questions and Answers - Marvel Comics

Free trivia quiz questions with answers about Marvel comics and comic books.

 

Marvel Comics Trivia Questions and Answers

Marvel began publishing further superhero titles featuring such heroes and antiheroes as the whom?
A: The Hulk, Spider-Man, Thor, Ant-Man, Iron Man, the X-Men, Daredevil, and the Silver Surfer.

Along with the superheros came such memorable antagonists as whom?
A: Doctor Doom, Magneto, Galactus, Loki, the Green Goblin, and Doctor Octopus.

These comic book characters had locations that mirror real-life cities such as what?
A: New York, Los Angeles and Chicago.

Lee and Steve Ditko generated the most successful new series in what comic book series?
A: The Amazing Spider-Man.

Marvel's comics had a reputation for focusing on characterization to a greater extent than what?
A: Most superhero comics before them.

The Amazing Spider-Man suffered from what?
A: Self-doubt and mundane problems like any typical teenager.

Unlike the perfect, handsome, athletic heroes found in previous traditional comic books Marvel often portrays their superheroes as what?
A: Flawed superheroes, freaks, and misfits.

 

What did some Marvel heroes look like?
A: Villains and monsters

In 1968, how many comic books was Goodman selling per year?
A: 50 million.

In the fall of 1968, he sold Marvel Comics and his other publishing businesses to whom?
A: The Perfect Film and Chemical Corporation.

In 1971, what did the U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare approach  Marvel Comics editor-in-chief Stan Lee about?
A: They wanted to do a comic book story about drug abuse.

Lee wrote a three-part Spider-Man story portraying drug use as what?
A: Dangerous and unglamorous.

Goodman retired as publisher in 1972 and installed who as the publisher?
A: His son, Chip.

Soon after, Lee succeeded him as publisher and also became Marvel's what?
A: President for a brief time.

 

While Stan was president, he appointed as editor-in-chief Roy Thomas, who did what?
A: He added "Stan Lee Presents" to the opening page of each comic book.

When did Marvel pull ahead of rival DC Comics?
A: In 1972.

Goodman increased the price and size of Marvel's November 1971 cover-dated comics from 15 cents for 36 pages to what?
A:  25 cents for 52 pages.

The following month, Marvel dropped its comics to what?
A:  20 cents for 36 pages.

Marvel held its own what, in spring 1975?
A: Comic book convention, Marvelcon '75.

At the 1975 event, Stan Lee used a Fantastic Four panel discussion to make what announcement?
A: That Jack Kirby was returning to Marvel after having left in 1970 to work for rival DC Comics.

In October 1976, Marvel created a superhero specifically for what market?
A: The British market.

 

The new superhero debuted exclusively in the UK with what name?
A: Captain Britain. 

Who became Marvel's editor-in-chief in 1978?
A: Jim Shooter.

How long was Shooter's tenure as editor-in-chief?
A: 9 years.

During that time the Uncanny X-Men and Daredevil became what?
A: Critical and commercial successes.

Marvel lost ground to DC in the latter half of the decade as many former Marvel stars did what?
A: Defected to the competitor.

In 1986, Marvel's parent, Marvel Entertainment Group, was sold to whom?
A: New World Entertainment.

Within three years it was sold to MacAndrews and Forbes, owned by whom?
A:  Revlon executive Ronald Perelman.

Marvel launched the successful 2009 line of comics set in the what?
A: The Future.