Five For Friday #462 -- Name Five Real-World Objects -- Four Of Which Must Be Unique -- From The History Of Comics That Could Be Mystic Totems, The Equivalent Of Wonder Woman's Lasso Or Captain America's Shield But For the Industry, Not One Of The Shared-Fantasy Worlds
1. Jim Woodring's Giant Nib Pen
2. Jack Kirby's Drawing Table
3. Chris Ware's Circular Quimby's Sign
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James Hunt reviews "Who Will Wield the Shield" and gives it a 5-star review, saying that the comic "knows what it wants to say about Captain America, and it does it with flair and brilliantly refined craft."
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