A2 Level (Elementary)

  1. Do you like reading comics? Why or why not?
  2. Who is your favorite comic book character?
  3. What kind of comics do you enjoy?
  4. Are comics popular in your country?
  5. Do you prefer comics or movies?
  6. What colors are in comic books?
  7. Have you ever drawn a comic?
  8. What stories do comics tell?
  9. Who makes comic books?
  10. Can comics be for adults too?
  11. What is a superhero?
  12. Do you have a comic book collection?
  13. Where can you buy comics?
  14. Can comics be funny?
  15. What animals are in comics?
  16. Do you share comics with friends?
  17. How do you read a comic?
  18. What do you learn from comics?
  19. Are there comic book movies?
  20. Would you like to write a comic?

B1 Level (Intermediate)

  1. How have comics influenced popular culture?
  2. What is the history of comic books?
  3. How do comics differ around the world?
  4. Why are superhero comics popular?
  5. How do comics use art to tell stories?
  6. What themes are common in comics?
  7. How do comics address serious topics?
  8. What makes a good comic book story?
  9. How have comics changed over time?
  10. What role do women play in comics?
  11. How do comic book conventions work?
  12. How do you start a comic book collection?
  13. What is the difference between manga and western comics?
  14. How do comics represent different cultures?
  15. What are the challenges of creating comics?
  16. How do comics influence other media?
  17. What is the future of comic books?
  18. How do comics promote literacy?
  19. What are some underrated comics to read?
  20. How do comic artists collaborate?

B2 Level (Upper Intermediate)

  1. Analyze the impact of comics on youth culture.
  2. Discuss the evolution of comic book art styles.
  3. How do comics reflect societal changes?
  4. Analyze the portrayal of diversity in comics.
  5. Discuss the crossover of comics into mainstream media.
  6. How have digital platforms changed comics?
  7. Discuss the ethical implications of comic book storytelling.
  8. Analyze the role of comics in political satire.
  9. How do comics challenge stereotypes?
  10. Discuss the economic aspects of the comic book industry.
  11. Analyze the influence of fan culture on comics.
  12. How do comics address mental health issues?
  13. Discuss the adaptation of comics into films and TV shows.
  14. How do comics explore alternative realities?
  15. Discuss the role of narrative in comic book storytelling.
  16. Analyze the impact of censorship on comic books.
  17. How do comics engage with historical events?
  18. Discuss the significance of graphic novels in literature.
  19. How do comics contribute to art education?
  20. Analyze the representation of technology in comics.

C1 Level (Advanced)

  1. Evaluate the cultural significance of iconic comic book characters.
  2. Discuss the role of comics in shaping contemporary mythology.
  3. Analyze the relationship between comics and graphic design.
  4. Evaluate the impact of globalization on comic book narratives.
  5. Discuss the role of comics in social activism.
  6. Analyze the interplay between text and imagery in comics.
  7. Discuss the influence of comics on visual storytelling.
  8. Evaluate the role of independent comics in the industry.
  9. Discuss the implications of digital art on comic book creation.
  10. Analyze the role of comics in cross-cultural communication.

C2 Level (Proficiency)

  1. Critique the representation of social issues in comic books.
  2. Analyze the philosophical themes in graphic novels.
  3. Discuss the impact of comics on modern storytelling techniques.
  4. Evaluate the influence of comics on postmodern art.
  5. Analyze the role of comics in the evolution of narrative structures.
  6. Discuss the implications of transmedia storytelling in comics.
  7. Analyze the intersection of comics and literary theory.
  8. Critically assess the impact of commercialization on comic book content.
  9. Explore the role of experimental formats in comic storytelling.
  10. Analyze the influence of comics on cultural identity formation.