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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

BAM!

Two-Gun Kid slamming a bank robber's head against a teller's window

Two-Gun Kid (1948) #62
Marvel, March 1963

"The Man Who Changed!"
Lettered by: Artie Simek
Written by: Stan Lee
Pencilled by: Jack Kirby

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bam, push, slam, Two-Gun Kid (Matt Hawk), wall, western

BAM! BAM!

a robot hitting Mr. Fantastic against a wall

Fantastic Four (1961) #8
Marvel, November 1962

"Prisoners of the Puppet Master!"
Lettered by: Artie Simek
Written by: Stan Lee
Pencilled by: Jack Kirby

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bam, Fantastic Four, Mr. Fantastic, psychic clay, robot, superhero, wall

BARRROOOM!

dynamite exploding, blowing a hole in a bank wall

Kid Colt Outlaw (1949) #106
Marvel, September 1962

"The Black Mask"
Lettered by: Dick Ayers
Written by: Stan Lee
Pencilled by: Dick Ayers

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baroom, dynamite, explosion, explosive, vault, wall, western

BOOM

dynamite exploding, blowing a hole in a pyramid wall

Tales to Astonish (1959) #31
Marvel, May 1962

"When the Mummy Walks"
Lettered by: unknown
Written by: unknown
Pencilled by: Joe Kirby

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boom, dynamite, explosion, explosive, horror, wall

BOOOOM

dynamite exploding, tearing down a wall of a bank

Gunsmoke Western (1955) #69
Marvel, March 1962

"The Betrayer!"
Lettered by: Artie Simek
Written by: Stan Lee
Pencilled by: Jack Kirby

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boom, dynamite, explosion, explosive, vault, wall, western

CLANG!

a spear striking a shield of grass transformed into metal

Tales to Astonish (1959) #41
Marvel, March 1963

"When the Beast Walks!"
Lettered by: Artie Simek
Written by: Larry Lieber
Pencilled by: Joe Sinnott

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clang, grass, metal, plant, sci-fi, shield, spear, wall

CRAASSH

Two-Headed Thing crashing through a prison wall

Strange Tales (1951) #95
Marvel, April 1962

"The Two-Headed Thing!!"
Lettered by: unknown
Written by: Larry Lieber
Pencilled by: Jack Kirby

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break, crash, horror, Marvel monster, monster, prison, super-strength, Two-Headed Thing, wall


CRASH!

the Thing throwing a 10-ten metal bar into a wall

Fantastic Four (1961) #14
Marvel, May 1963

"The Merciless Puppet Master"
Lettered by: Artie Simek
Written by: Stan Lee
Pencilled by: Jack Kirby

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crash, Fantastic Four, metal, super-strength, superhero, Thing, throw, wall

CRASH!

Midnight Monster running through a brick wall

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

"The Midnight Monster"
Lettered by: unknown
Written by: Larry Lieber
Pencilled by: Jack Kirby

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break, crash, horror, Marvel monster, Midnight Monster, run, super-strength, wall

CRASH!

subterranean monsters breaking through a tunnel wall

Journey Into Mystery (1952) #93
Marvel, June 1963

"The Man Who Wouldn't Die!"
Lettered by: Artie Simek
Written by: Larry Lieber
Pencilled by: Larry Lieber

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break, crash, fantasy, horror, monster, rock, wall

CRASH!

a wall collapsing in a fire

Linda Carter, Student Nurse (1961) #8
Marvel, November 1962

"Emergency Call!"
Lettered by: unknown
Written by: Stan Lee
Pencilled by: Al Hartley

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collapse, crash, destroy, fall, fire, humor, romance, wall

CRASHHH

a cannonball breaking through a wall

Tales of Suspense (1959) #41
Marvel, May 1963

"The Stronghold of Doctor Strange!"
Lettered by: Marty Epp
Written by: Robert Bernstein
Pencilled by: Jack Kirby

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artillery, cannon, cannonball, crash, destroy, military, shell, superhero, wall

CRASSSHHH

Iron Man crushing a safe wall

Tales of Suspense (1959) #41
Marvel, May 1963

"The Stronghold of Doctor Strange!"
Lettered by: Marty Epp
Written by: Robert Bernstein
Pencilled by: Jack Kirby

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crash, Iron Man (Tony Stark), safe, superhero, wall

CRRACK! PWAAMM!

Iron Man tearing a prison wall down to crash on the ground

Tales of Suspense (1959) #41
Marvel, May 1963

"The Stronghold of Doctor Strange!"
Lettered by: Marty Epp
Written by: Robert Bernstein
Pencilled by: Jack Kirby

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break, crack, destroy, fall, ground, Iron Man (Tony Stark), prison, superhero, wall, wham

KR-RUNCH!

a battering ram breaking through a fort wall

Kid Colt Outlaw (1949) #102
Marvel, January 1962

"The Wall of Doom!"
Lettered by: Artie Simek
Written by: Stan Lee
Pencilled by: Jack Keller

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battering ram, break, buffalo, crunch, fort, herd, military, ram, wall, western

KRAASH!

Steel pulling iron bars off a jail wall

Kid Colt Outlaw (1949) #109
Marvel, March 1963

"At the Mercy of the Barracuda!"
Lettered by: Artie Simek
Written by: Stan Lee
Pencilled by: Jack Keller

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POW!

the Thing punching a wall

Fantastic Four (1961) #10
Marvel, January 1963

"The Return of Doctor Doom!"
Lettered by: Artie Simek
Written by: Stan Lee
Pencilled by: Jack Kirby

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Fantastic Four, fist, pow, punch, super-strength, superhero, Thing, wall
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