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James Robinson (comics): Quiz

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Question 1: Shriek #2 (with artist D'Israeli, ________, 1990)
Tundra PublishingFantaCo EnterprisesMarvel ComicsHorror comics

Question 2: He is also famous for his comic The Golden Age, which, despite being an ________ story, still established much of the backstory he would later use in Starman.
Tangent ComicsDC ComicsElseworldsVertigo (DC Comics)

Question 3: ________ #7-13 (Heroes Reborn with various artists, 1997)
Captain AmericaWolverine (comics)HYDRAAdvanced Idea Mechanics

Question 4: Bluebeard (with artist Phil Elliott, ________, Slave Labor Graphics, 1994)
Graphic novelAmerican comic bookComic bookBritish comics

Question 5: Batman/Hellboy/Starman (with artist Mike Mignola, ________/Dark Horse Comics, 1999)
Vertigo (DC Comics)DC ComicsSupermanSuperhero

Question 6: ________ #651-654 (pencils by Don Kramer and inks by various, 2006)
BatmanCopperhead (DC Comics)Superman & Batman: GenerationsSuperman/Batman

Question 7: His revival of stories that rely on and reworked continuity has greatly affected ________, amongst other publishers, and led to the revival of the Justice Society of America.
Vertigo (DC Comics)DC ComicsSupermanSuperhero

Question 8: Witchcraft: ________ #1-3 (pencils byMichael Zulli & inks by Vince Locke, Vertigo, 1998)
National ConventionFrench RevolutionJacques HébertReign of Terror

Question 9: He wrote the 2009-2010 mini-series Justice League: Cry for Justice[3] and took over writing duties on ________ in October 2009 with art by Mark Bagley.
Doctor Light (Kimiyo Hoshi)Crime Syndicate of AmericaSolomon Grundy (comics)Justice League

Question 10: Robinson lives in Los Angeles, where he is good friends with fellow writers and collaborators ________ and Sterling Gates.
Geoff JohnsMark WaidJames Robinson (comics)One Year Later







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