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No Indoor Voice: Comic Books
  • Centurion Nebulus Nimbus in Astérix and the Big Fight. Only time he speaks at a normal volume is an attempt at whispering. The rest of the time, HE IS VERY LOUD. In the original French, his name is Langélus, a type of church bell. And church bells need to be...? That's right, LOUD.
  • Doctor Doom.
    "YOU INSOLENT FOOL! How DARE you not give Doom the GLORIOUS entry he DESERVES!?"
  • In Hitman, due to a series of strange events the favorite pub and hangout of the main cast ends up with a short demon as the bartender and cook. He only seems to know three words: "I AM BAATOR!"
  • The kids' comic Daniel Boom: Loudboy. The title says it all. Probably a play on Daniel Boone.
  • PA-A-RKER! IF THE ENTRY ON JOHN JONAH JAMESON IS NOT HERE IN TWO POINT ONE SECOND, YOU ARE FIRED!!!
  • Transformers
    • Siren has been written this way:
    Nightbeat: Siren... inside voice, please.
    Siren: RIGHT. SORRY.
    • Siren was raised in the Sonic Canyons, where constant ear-splitting noise is a part of everyday life. He's probably never going to adjust properly, all told. Also, he's a police car; do you really want him to be quiet? Alternatively, he may have come up in a raucous, industrial area of Cybertron full of rough-and-tumble bots, where he learned being anything but loud and obnoxious meant you were overlooked or picked on. There's conflicting canon on the matter.

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