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Welcome to the Superman Homepage SuperTrivia Quiz! This is a monthly competition, updated at the beginning of every month.
Below are three trivia questions. They're based on anything Superman-related, whether it be in the Comics, TV shows, Cartoons, Movies, etc...
I'll give credit to every person who answers all three questions correctly by displaying their name in the Neverending Battlers list! :)
For those who answer two, one or even none of the questions right, subscribe to the Big Blue Report newsletter to receive the answers via email. All submissions must be in before the 28th day of the month to be eligible.
Under the Neverending Battlers list you'll find the Answers to last month's SuperTrivia questions.
Here are this month's "SuperTrivia" questions:
Here is the list of people who correctly answered all 3 of last month's questions:
- Jesus Garcia Rubio
- Christopher Brockow
- Mark Higham
- Allen Carter
- Mike Rossi
- Benjamin Pearlman
- Jay Erwin-Grotsky
- George MacEwan
- Michael Riley
- Russ Cross
- Paul Costello
- Jarrod Crouch
- Fred Myetich
- Francis E. Lute
- Joe Mercanti
- Gus Robledo
- Barbara Eckles
- Andrew Srivastava
- Lakrit Rok
- Ricky Lipscomb
- Patrick ONeal
Those of you who didn't get all three questions right, or didn't happen to catch them, may want to check out what the answers to last month's SuperTrivia questions
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QUESTION 1: Which 1943 cartoon character becomes a Superman-like hero to defeat the villain known as Cottontail Smith?
ANSWER: Bugs Bunny
QUESTION 2: What is the name of Daffy Duck's imagined villain in the 1956 Looney Tunes cartoon "Stupor Duck"?
ANSWER: Aardvark Ratnik
QUESTION 3: Which of the Brady Bunch children does Clark Kent first befriend in the "The Brady Kids" cartoon from 1972?
NOTES: 24 people answered all three questions correctly, 2 people got at least one question wrong.