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All sound effects in Fantastic Four (Marvel 1961) #2

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BAM!

the Thing ramming the wall of a steel cell

Fantastic Four (1961) #2
Marvel, January 1962

"The Fantastic Four Meet the Skrulls from Outer Space!"
Lettered by: John Duffy
Written by: Stan Lee
Pencilled by: Jack Kirby

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bam, cell, Fantastic Four, metal, prison, ram, steel, super-strength, superhero, Thing, wall

BAM!

the Thing ramming the wall of a steel cell

Fantastic Four (1961) #2
Marvel, January 1962

"The Fantastic Four Meet the Skrulls from Outer Space!"
Lettered by: John Duffy
Written by: Stan Lee
Pencilled by: Jack Kirby

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bam, cell, Fantastic Four, metal, prison, ram, steel, super-strength, superhero, Thing, wall

BAM!

the Thing ramming the wall of a steel cell

Fantastic Four (1961) #2
Marvel, January 1962

"The Fantastic Four Meet the Skrulls from Outer Space!"
Lettered by: John Duffy
Written by: Stan Lee
Pencilled by: Jack Kirby

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bam, cell, Fantastic Four, metal, prison, ram, steel, super-strength, superhero, Thing, wall

CRASH!

the Thing throwing a stuffed bear trophy out a window

Fantastic Four (1961) #2
Marvel, January 1962

"The Fantastic Four Meet the Skrulls from Outer Space!"
Lettered by: John Duffy
Written by: Stan Lee
Pencilled by: Jack Kirby

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bear, break, crash, defenestration, Fantastic Four, glass, shatter, super-strength, superhero, Thing, throw, window

FWEEETT!

a soldier blowing a whistle

Fantastic Four (1961) #2
Marvel, January 1962

"The Fantastic Four Meet the Skrulls from Outer Space!"
Lettered by: John Duffy
Written by: Stan Lee
Pencilled by: Jack Kirby

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blow, military, superhero, tweet, whistle
 
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