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Jerry Ordway: Quiz


Question 1: [7] He also produced Munden's Bar for First Comics, and provided pencils and inks on an issue of ________.
T.H.U.N.D.E.R. AgentsJC ComicsDC ComicsDeluxe Comics

Question 2: In 1988, during the 50th anniversary celebrations for Superman, he inked over ________'s pencils for a Time magazine cover and interior spread celebrating the Man of Steel's anniversary.
John ByrneStan LeeJack KirbyWolverine (comics)

Question 3: Companies included Richard and Wendy Pini's WaRP Graphics, AC Comics, ________, Paragon Publications and fan-turned-pro Marty Greim.
Charlton ComicsJoe GillMarvel ComicsDC Comics

Question 4: 2, issues #189-194), with writer ________ in 2003.
Jim StarlinArchie Goodwin (comics)Walt SimonsonSal Buscema

Question 5: In 1994, Ordway masterminded the return of the original Captain Marvel to the ________ with the 96-page hardcover graphic novel The Power of Shazam!, which he both wrote and painted.
DC UniverseCrisis on Infinite EarthsLex LuthorSuperman

Question 6: Jeremiah "Jerry" Ordway (born November 28, 1957[3]) is an American writer, penciller, inker and painter of ________.
American comic bookComicsComic bookGraphic novel

Question 7: 2006 that he had "always wanted to draw Daredevil, ________, and Avengers," of which (to date) he has only managed to work on the latter.
The New Avengers (comics)Spider-ManSpider-Woman (Jessica Drew)Stan Lee

Question 8: [2][4] His first professional work was for Western publishing's ________ on young-reader Marvel books, and the Superheroes Golden Beginning Stampbook '79.
The Walt Disney CompanyWestern PublishingWalt DisneyGold Key Comics

Question 9: In 1989, he would take time off from his monthly work on Superman and illustrate the comic book movie adaptation to director ________'s blockbuster movie, Batman.
Batman ReturnsMars Attacks!Tim BurtonCharlie and the Chocolate Factory (film)

Question 10: For ________, Ordway co-created the character Wildstar (with Al Gordon) in 1993, and published his creator-owned one-shot The Messenger in July 2000.
Image ComicsWildStormAwesome ComicsMarvel Comics


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