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Iron Man tearing through a Roman ship's hull

Tales of Suspense (1959) #44
Marvel, August 1963

"The Mad Pharoah!"
Lettered by: Sam Rosen
Written by: Robert Bernstein
Pencilled by: Don Heck

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boat, break, crash, hull, Iron Man (Tony Stark), military, Romans, ship, superhero, swim, tear, zip


a robot tearing the lock of an iron gate

Journey Into Mystery (1952) #77
Marvel, February 1962

"Beware! He Isn't Human!"
Lettered by: unknown
Written by: Larry Lieber
Pencilled by: Jack Kirby

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break, gate, iron, metal, rip, robot, sci-fi, super-strength, tear


Patsy Walker ripping a large piece of paper

Patsy Walker (1945) #99
Marvel, February 1962

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

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humor, literal, paper, Patsy Walker, rip, tear


a sheriff ripping a newspaper in half

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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literal, newspaper, paper, police, rip, tear, western


Toni Turner's dress ripping on a table corner

Millie the Model Comics (1945) #115
Marvel, July 1963

"Don't Meddle With the Models!"
Lettered by: Artie Simek
Written by: Stan Lee
Pencilled by: Stan Goldberg

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clothing, dress, furniture, humor, rip, table, tear, Toni Turner


the Thing tearing apart a set of telephone books

Fantastic Four (1961) #12
Marvel, March 1963

"The Incredible Hulk"
Lettered by: Artie Simek
Written by: Stan Lee
Pencilled by: Jack Kirby

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book, Fantastic Four, rip, super-strength, superhero, tear, Thing
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