Influential Comics

This week's Trivia: Influential Comics

Each of the questions in this week's quiz deal with a comic issue, run, or collection that in some way influenced a lot of what came after. A lot of this stuff has been adapted into movies, so even noobs should be familiar with some of it. Purists and the comic book elite, though, should be able to knock this one out of the park. Brought to you J!NX quiz-master and comic book expert, Nooch.
Earn 50 J!NX EXP if you correctly answer at least 4 questions on the quiz!
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Batman: Year One, originally published as Batman #404-407, was illustrated by the awesome David Mazzucchelli, written by which creator of Sin City?


Which of these characters was not featured in Alan Moore's Watchmen?


Green Lantern/Green Arrow #85 was significant because it openly dealt with what topic?


Art Spiegelman created a biography of his father's experiences as a Polish Jew during WWII in a touching epic known as what?


Batman: The Dark Knight Returns by Frank Miller was a pivotal release for the character, as it revitalized the franchise. It was followed up 15 years later by which sequel, which many consider lackluster at best?


What is considered by many to be the first modern graphic novel?


What is the single issue that launched the Golden Age of Comics, also considered by most to be the first true superhero comic?


Superman (Vol. 2) #75 featured which historical event?


Released in 1991, what is the best-selling comic book of all time?


Which of the following was the first book published by Image comics?