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Question 1: Wein and artist ________ created the horror character Swamp Thing in The House of Secrets #92 (July 1971).
John ConstantineWord (comics)Len WeinBernie Wrightson

Question 2: Wein also collaborated with writer ________ and artist Kelley Jones on the four-issue miniseries Conan: The Book of Thoth for Dark Horse Comics.
Kurt BusiekJames Robinson (comics)SupermanBatman

Question 3: He was nominated in 1999 for the Bram Stoker Award, given by the Horror Writers Association, for the one-shot The Dreaming: Trial and Error, from DC's ________ imprint.
DC ComicsSan Diego Comic-Con InternationalVertigo (DC Comics)Eisner Award

Question 4: Wein won the Shazam Award for Best Writer (Dramatic) in 1972, for Swamp Thing, and another that year for Best Individual Story (Dramatic), for "Dark Genesis" in Swamp Thing #1 (with ________).
John ConstantineWord (comics)Bernie WrightsonLen Wein

Question 5: Wein's first ________ work for Marvel was a one-off story in Daredevil #71 (Dec.
SuperheroJack KirbyBatmanStan Lee

Question 6: On April 6, 2009, his ________ home burned down with considerable loss of property and mementos, including his Shazam Awards.
Los AngelesCaliforniaSan Jose, CaliforniaSacramento, California

Question 7: Eventually, DC editor ________ hired both Wolfman and Wein as freelance writers.
Al FeldsteinWally WoodJoe OrlandoRuss Heath

Question 8: On his first issue of ________, #307, he created Wayne Foundation executive Lucius Fox later portrayed by Morgan Freeman in the movies Batman Begins and The Dark Knight.
BatmanCopperhead (DC Comics)Superman & Batman: GenerationsSuperman/Batman

Question 9: In 1975, he and artist ________ revived the Stan Lee / Jack Kirby mutant-superhero team the X-Men after a half-decade's hiatus, reformatting the membership.
Len WeinDave CockrumJohn ByrneRoy Thomas

Question 10: Beginning October 26, 2009, Wein's wife Christine Valada appeared on and won the television game show ________.
Alex TrebekJeopardy! broadcast historyJeopardy!Merv Griffin







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