Created By: Korodzik on January 7, 2013
A picture is worth a thousand words, and some Speech Bubbles do, in fact, contain just this: a picture. Pictorial Speech Bubbles are generally used in two ways. First, to show the general gist of what the character is saying, without the need to focus on what their exact words are. Second, to represent the character's general mood, attitude or thoughts, even when they aren't specifically saying anything. It's not always easy to tell the two variations apart. Rebus Bubble is a subtrope. Compare also Speaking in Panels.
- In Theme Park, kids have this kind of bubbles hovering over their heads to show how they feel about your park or what is bothering them.
- The Sims talk in these.
- This bit of My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic fan-art, as well as previous ones from the same series.
Hello, Unknown Troper. You'll need to get known to lend a hand here.