Reading and Responses

Reading and Response Submission Template

Reading&Response-Submission Template

Reading and Response 1

Action Comics #1

For your reading and response this week I am having you look at Action Comics #1 published in 1938.

You will read Action Comics #1 and write (neatly) or type a 2-3 paragraph response. Your response should attempt to answer the questions: 

  • What did you know or think about Superman before reading this comic book?

  • What about reading this comic book has altered or changed or shown you a new light about Superman?

Along with Reading and Response 2, this will be turned in, via Moodle, on Friday, Sept. 7 by 11:59 PM

 

Digital Copy Here: Action Comics #1

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Reading and Response 2

Detective Comics #27

For your reading and response this week I am having you look at Detective Comics #27 published in 1939.

You will read Detective Comics #27 and write (neatly) or type a 2-3 paragraph response. Your response should attempt to answer the questions: 

  • How do you feel about the idea that, even though he has NO powers, Batman is classified as a “superhero”?

  • What are the similarities and differences you find interesting (that jump out at you) about Superman and Batman?

Along with Reading and Response 1, this will be turned in, via Moodle, on Friday, Sept. 7 by 11:59 PM

 

Digital Copy Here: R&R 2-Detective Comics #27

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Backstory on Batman:

 

Dark Secret Behind the Creation of Batman


Reading and Response 3

Superman: Red Son (exert)

For your reading and response this week I am having you look at the introduction and an exert from the graphic novel Superman: Red Son by writer Mark Millar along with artists Dave Johnson and Kilian Plunkett, and published in 2003.

You will read Tom DeSanto’s introduction and exert from Superman: Red Son and write (neatly) or type a 2-3 paragraph response. Your response should attempt to answer the questions: 

  • In Tom DeSanto’s introduction says: “Even if you never read a comic before, you can pick up RED SON and follow the story…” Based on your short reading afterwards, do you you agree with this statement based on the exert? Yes or no, explain why.

  • Relating to the reading, how is it ironic to see Superman, in the symbol of Soviet Russia, still saving people (Americans in our exert) and acting as a savior?  Take into account both the introduction and opening pages to inform your answer.

Along with Reading and Response 4, this will be turned in, via Moodle, on Friday, Oct. 5 by 11:59 PM

 

Digital Copy Here: R&R 3-Superman Red Son Exert

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Reading and Response 4

“Judgment Day” from Weird Fantasy #18

For your reading and response this week I am having you look at “Judgment Day”, a story originally published in Weird Fantasy #18 in March-April 1953 issue.

You will read “Judgment Day” from Weird Fantasy #18 and write (neatly) or type a 2-3 paragraph response. Your response should attempt to answer the questions: 

  • What did you think about the story when you began reading it?

  • What was your exact feeling about the story, reflecting on it, once you were finished readings it?

I am asking you to compare and contrast your views here.

Along with Reading and Response 3, this will be turned in, via Moodle, on Friday, Oct. 5 by 11:59 PM

Digital Copy Here: Weird Fantasy #18 “Judgment Day

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Further information and background about this particular issue and story HERE.


 

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