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a crook turning a key to unlock a door

Tales of Suspense (1959) #37
Marvel, January 1963

"A Voice in the Dark"
Lettered by: Artie Simek
Written by: Larry Lieber
Pencilled by: Paul Reinman

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click, door, horror, key, lock, unlock

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an explorer turning a key to lock a closet door

Tales to Astonish (1959) #26
Marvel, December 1961

"Look Out!! Here Come the... Four-Armed Men!"
Lettered by: unknown
Written by: Larry Lieber
Pencilled by: Jack Kirby

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click, door, key, lock, sci-fi

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Kid Colt turning a key to lock a jail cell

Gunsmoke Western (1955) #76
Marvel, May 1963

"The Capture of Kid Colt!"
Lettered by: Marty Epp
Written by: Stan Lee
Pencilled by: Jack Keller

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cell, click, door, key, Kid Colt (Blaine Colt), lock, prison, western

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a police officer turning a key to lock a trunk

Journey Into Mystery (1952) #79
Marvel, April 1962

"The Man Who Played Dead!"
Lettered by: unknown
Written by: Larry Lieber
Pencilled by: Don Heck

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click, horror, key, lock, police, shut

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Tony Stark turning a key to lock a door

Tales of Suspense (1959) #39
Marvel, March 1963

"Iron Man Is Born!"
Lettered by: Artie Simek
Written by: Larry Lieber
Pencilled by: Don Heck

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click, door, Iron Man (Tony Stark), key, lock, superhero

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ants under Ant-Man's control turning a key to lock a door

Tales to Astonish (1959) #36
Marvel, October 1962

"The Challenge of Comrade X!"
Lettered by: Artie Simek
Written by: Larry Lieber
Pencilled by: Jack Kirby

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ant, Ant-Man (Hank Pym), click, door, insect, key, lock, superhero
 
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