There is generated 2 entries per kernel - a ‘normal’ and a ‘fallback’.
The init image is generated to contain known modules required for your hardware - this is the ‘normal’ - the ‘fallback’ does not contain predefined modules but probes the hardware to deduct which modules to load.
As pointed out by @cscs my phrasing could be better … I mean that instead of loading a specific list of modules - all modules are loaded - falling back to everything.
Are you sure?
Its my understanding that fallback spcifically skips the autodetect hook (which would do the probe and load according to hw) and instead loads the full range (also thus resulting in the mass false positive warnings on fallback image creation).
I am running this Manjaro in a virtual machine, and the screen for the relevant menus (starting with the one right after Esc and including the one listing the four) takes up only a tiny portion of my physical screen.
So yes, the Manjaro screen is small and low resolution. But of course I don’t know why it doesn’t use more of the physical screen if it needs that to show me the full information.