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BLUB!.. GLUG!..

a crooked businessman sputtering as he swallows water

Adventure Comics (1938) #106
DC, July 1946

"The Shipwrecked Romance!"
Lettered by: unknown
Written by: Don Cameron
Pencilled by: Mort Meskin

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blubber, drown, glug, ocean, sputter, superhero, swallow, verbal, water

GLUB!

a smuggler swallowing water while drowning

Adventure Comics (1938) #105
DC, June 1946

"The Impossible Voyage!"
Lettered by: unknown
Written by: Joe Samachson
Pencilled by: Louis Cazeneuve

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drown, glug, superhero, swallow, swim, verbal, water

GLUB!

a smuggler swallowing water while drowning

Adventure Comics (1938) #105
DC, June 1946

"The Impossible Voyage!"
Lettered by: unknown
Written by: Joe Samachson
Pencilled by: Louis Cazeneuve

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drown, glug, superhero, swallow, swim, verbal, water

GLUG!

a crooked businessman sputtering as he swallows water

Adventure Comics (1938) #106
DC, July 1946

"The Shipwrecked Romance!"
Lettered by: unknown
Written by: Don Cameron
Pencilled by: Mort Meskin

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drown, glug, ocean, sputter, superhero, swallow, verbal, water

GLUG! SLUP! GURGLE!

old men slupring their food

Adventure Comics (1938) #109
DC, October 1946

"Methuselah Manor!"
Lettered by: unknown
Written by: Don Cameron
Pencilled by: Mort Meskin

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eating, glug, gurgle, slurp, superhero, swallow

GLULP---

a bartender sputtering as a gunfighter throws a drink in his face

Gunsmoke Western (1955) #77
Marvel, July 1963

"Donít Draw Against Drago!"
Lettered by: unknown
Written by: Stan Lee
Pencilled by: Jack Keller

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drink, glug, gulp, sputter, throw, verbal, western
 
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