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COMIC STRIPS A. Instructions: read each statement below carefully. Place a T on the line if you think a statement it TRUE . Place an F on the line if you think the statement is FALSE . 1. ____F____ Calvin and Hobbes is considered one of the most popular European comic s of the 20th century. 2. _____T___ In one of the comics from The adventures of Tintin, Tintin is a policeman who captures a film director called Rastapopoulos for heroin smuggling. 3. ____T____ The three main characters of the comic Garfield are Jon Arbuckle Odie and of course Garfield. 4. ___F_____ Garfield has never been transmitted on television. 5. __T______ Chagrin Falls , Ohio is a setting that inspired the comic Calvin and Hobbes. 6. ___T_____ The writer and illustrator of the comic Peanuts is anonymous. 7. _____T___ The comic xkcd is digitally published. 8. ______F__ In the comic Peanuts, adults play an important role in the plot. 9. _______F_ The comic xkcd is named this way because these letters are the initials of its author’s name 10. ___T_____ Charlie Brown, who is the main character of the comic Peanuts, is not a self-confident person. 11. ______F__ The comic Betty Boop has had different authors and publishers throughout the time. 12. _______T_ Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal (SMBC) comic follows a very specific format. 13. ______T__ Romance, parenting and research are frequent topics of the comic SMBC. 14. _______T_ The author of the Existential Comics is a philosopher. 15. _______F_ The aim of Existential Comics is to popularize comedy. 16. ________ T The comic strip Dilbert has inspired several radio broadcasts. 17. ______T_ The recurrent setting of the comic Dilbert is an office. 18. _______F_ The character Betty Boop is fat, has small eyes and a huge nose.
Georges Prosper Remi, known by the pen name Hergé was a Belgian cartoonist . He is best known for creating The Adventures of Tintin , the series of comic albums which are considered one of the most popular European comics of the 20th century. In this comic, holidaying on a Mediterranean cruise ship Tintin and his dog Snowy

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