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HUH?

a bank robber yelling in surprise as an arrow hits his Tommy Gun, disarming him

Adventure Comics (1938) #110
DC, November 1946

"Crime at the Core!"
Lettered by: unknown
Written by: Joe Samachson
Pencilled by: George Papp

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arrow,  disarm, gun, huh, machine gun, superhero, surprise, Tommy gun, verbal, yell

HUH?

Gwen Glitter verbally expressing surprise

Linda Carter, Student Nurse (1961) #7
Marvel, September 1962

No Title
Lettered by: unknown
Written by: Stan Lee
Pencilled by: Al Hartley

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Gwen Glitter, huh, humor, romance, surprise, verbal

HUH?

a landlady verbally expressing surprise

Linda Carter, Student Nurse (1961) #7
Marvel, September 1962

No Title
Lettered by: unknown
Written by: Stan Lee
Pencilled by: Al Hartley

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huh, humor, romance, surprise, verbal

HUH?

a gangster yelling in confusion as an arrow hits his pistol, disarming him

More Fun Comics (1936) #101
DC, January 1945

"Formula for Doom"
Lettered by: unknown
Written by: Joe Samachson
Pencilled by: Maurice del Bourgo

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arrow, confusion, disarm, gun, huh, pistol, superhero, verbal, yell

HUH?

Superboy verbally expressing surprise

More Fun Comics (1936) #103
DC, May 1945

"A Modern Cave Man!"
Lettered by: unknown
Written by: Don Cameron
Pencilled by: Joe Shuster

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alien, huh, Kryptonian, Superboy (Clark Kent), superhero, surprise, verbal

HUH?

a scientist verbally expressing surprise

More Fun Comics (1936) #103
DC, May 1945

"A Modern Cave Man!"
Lettered by: unknown
Written by: Don Cameron
Pencilled by: Joe Shuster

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huh, superhero, surprise, verbal
 
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