It’s always a thrill to see the stars from your favorite films and be the first to check out never-before-seen footage from highly anticipated releases, but half the fun of San Diego Comic-Con is enjoying the event alongside people who are just as passionate about film, TV, comics and books as you.
In an effort to bring the young adult-to-film community together, Movies.com is once again teaming up with TheFandom.net as well as Mockingjay.net, EnderWiggin.net, Divergent Lexicon, TMIFandom.net and MazeRunnerFandom.net to bring you a brand new Comic-Con-themed quiz. Even if you don’t make it out to San Diego yourself, you’ll still have the opportunity to test your Divergent, Ender’s Game, The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire and The Maze Runner knowledge to see which YA status you earn. Are you at the top of the class like a Hunger Games victor or no better than a Shuckface from Maze Runner’s the Glade? Take the quiz to find out!
Now for all of you who will be spending many hours with us on the Hall H line at SDCC, we’re taking this quiz a step further to give you the chance to win some free swag from the aforementioned films graciously donated from the fine folks at Fons PR, Smart Pop and BenBella Books. Here’s how it’ll work:
1. Click here to answer question 1 at Mockingjay.net.
2. It will take you to question 2 at EnderWiggin.net.
3. It will take you to question 3 at Divergent Lexicon.
4. It will take you to question 4 at TMIFandom.net.
5. It will take you to question 5 at MazeRunnerFandom.net where you will get your results card.
6. That results card will have a secret password on it. Remember that secret password, find Perri of Movies.com, Natasha of TheFandom.net or Crystal of Mockingjay.net in San Diego at Comic-Con, tell them that password, and you could win a prize!
We only have so much swag to give away, so it’ll be first come, first serve. Each site representative will only be able to reward one winner with a prize, so keep a close eye on our Twitter feeds so you know where we are and have a better shot at finding us first.
And even if you aren’t the fastest to a site representative, do feel free to say hello. Young adult book-to-film adaptations have a bigger presence than ever this year at Comic-Con and we’ve got high hopes that the fandom will only continue to grow, so we’re eager to share that experience with you.
Good luck and hope to see you in San Diego!