Creating a grading rubric for comic book TV adaptations…

Do your GPA and midterm grades have you down? Time for grading of a different sort.

FutureSpiderScribe

So let’s say you’re watching a comic book show. Here are some grading points I’ve developed to rate whether this show is any good.

Final Grade Sum can equal no greater than 100%

Acting: 10% (rate 1-10, 10 is the most enjoyable, 1 is the least).

Music: 5% (rate 1-5, 5 is the most enjoyable, 1 is the least).

Scenery/Set Design: 5% (rate 1-5, 5 are the most successful designs, 1 are the least).

Costume Design/Make-up: 5% (rate 1-5, 5 are the most successful designs, 1 are the least).

Story (narrative decisions chosen by writers): 10% (rate 1-10, 10 being highest quality in narrative, 1 being the least).

Story(Dialogue/Character interactions): 10% (rate 1-10, 10 for highest quality, 1 for least).

Cinematography: 10% (rate 1-10, 10 for highest quality, 1 for least).

CGI/Special FX: 10% (rate 1-10, 10 for highest quality, 1 for least).

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