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Sunday Challenge #11 – Comic Books

Team StoryWeavers|June 13, 2021| 644

Biff! Boom! Bam!

For this edition of BYJU’S Sunday Challenge, we dive into the colourful world of comic books. From the old classics to the latest superheroes, here’s a quiz to test your comic book fan power! 

Remember:

You can take a shot at the questions and field your guesses in the comments section below. Answers will be revealed on subsequent Sundays in the comment section. 

So keep your eyes peeled and put on your thinking caps!

Ready? Here are your questions:

Question 1:

He is often seen with a red turban, a wooden stick and a pocket watch. His brain apparently runs faster than a computer. His sidekick is a giant from the planet Jupiter. Who are we talking about?

Question 2:

Pictured below is an instance where the creator of a famous comic series features in the comic itself. Who is this educationalist and pioneer of Indian comics?

Question 3:

Traditionally depicted as being located in the U.S. state of New Jersey, the look and feel of this city closely resemble that of New York City. In fact, its name is also a nickname for NYC, first made popular in the 19th century. Which city is this?

Question 4:

Which two words have been blanked out from the title of this Asterix comic? (Hint: The phrase is a nickname for petroleum).

Question 5:

Initially, this superhero could not fly but was “able to leap over tall buildings in a single bound”. This changed in the 1940s in order to explain how he could travel such great distances in such a short time. Which superhero?

Leave your guesses in the comments section below. And remember, answers will be revealed next Sunday in the comments section too, along with a brand new edition of BYJU’S Sunday Challenge.

For answers to Sunday Challenge #10 – Click here.

To view all the other editions of the Sunday Challenge, click here.

About the Author


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Suraj Prabhu

Suraj Prabhu is a self-proclaimed audiophile and a jack-of-all-trades writer with a diverse set of interests. An amateur quizzer on the side, he claims that the first object he fell in love with was a book on flags at age 3. His favourite punctuation mark is the 'Oxford comma,' which coincidentally happens to be one of his favourite songs too!

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