No Indoor Voice: Fan Works
- Yu-Gi-Oh! The Abridged Series
"EXCUSE ME, WOULD YOU LIKE THIS BABY?"
- Espa Roba and his brothers are always talking in very loud voices, so they end up flat out broadcasting the fact that they're cheating.
- JACK ATLAS LOVES TO SCREAM "CARD GAMES ON MOTORCYCLES!!" EVEN WHEN IT'S COMPLETELY INAPPROPRIATE. WHEN HE SHOUTS INTO A MICROPHONE (THAT ISN'T EVEN PLUGGED IN), IT CAUSES AN EXPLOSION.
- Dragon Ball Abridged: "I CAN SEE THE FUTURE!!!!"
- Raye/Sailor Mars in Megami33's Sailor Moon Abridged has a voice like a shrieking harpy, as well as being an Emo, Satanist, masochist, and generally Ax-Crazy. These traits combine somehow to form the fans' most popular character. You might want to turn down the volume during episode 7, if you value your eardrums.
- Lelouch from ''Code MENT can sometimes be like this.
Lelouch: DON'T TOUCH MY STUFF!
- From a later episode:
Lelouch: NO! NO! I'm not upset! I'm not! This whole country is upset, with absurd prices! Five dollars for a meal at McDonald's?! I need more meat in my diet! …I look around and I see just stupid! Quit complainin' about religion! No one cares!! Oh boo-hoo, you're gay, you're lesbian, you're straight; MY PENIS DOESN'T WORK!!
- From a later episode:
- In a spoof of 300, United 300, the parody Leonidas definitely qualifies. Lampshaded when King "Jerxes" [sic] asks him why he shouts so much.
Leonidas: I'M NOT YELLING. I'M JUST PASSIONATE.
- Randy Hayes of My Way Entertainment is pretty much the poster boy for this trope, but it actually isn't annoying, it makes the ridiculous things he's saying even funnier.
Randy: HATTE MOTHERFUCKIN' KUDASAAAAIII!
- Cornelius Fudge and Dolores Umbridge (or "Cornelia Fuck" and "Doris Rumbridge") in My Immortal. Cornelius ends every sentence with an exclamation mark and Dolores says everything in all capitals.
- Deserving, so very, very much. Barely a chapter goes by without at least one character yelling.
- A Very Potter Musical: GOYLE RULES!
- /tg/'s homebrew chapter of Warhammer 40,000 Space Marines, the Angry Marines, are a mixture of this, Obligatory Swearing and Drill Sergeant Nasty. They are angry for the Emperor and skittles.
"I WAS TRYING TO DRAW A DUCK."
- As well as the over-all great guy, Kharne the Betrayer. Even when doing something completely mundane...
- Avatar: The Abridged Series: "GENTLEMEN, THE YU-YAN ARCHERS! AND YOU CAN'T BORROW THEM!" "Sorry, got a bit carried away. The answer's still no though."
- Blud in Light and Dark The Adventures of Dark Yagami. SEVERAL OF HIS LINES ARE STATEMENTS THAT END IN PERIODS, EVEN "WHISPERING" IN ONE CASE, AND ARE CAPITALIZED ANYWAY.
- A Hero is a Doctor Who/Puella Magi Madoka Magica crossover, which has this trope in the form of Dalek Sec who, being a Dalek, has no concept of an Indoor Voice. Or of subtlety.
- Midnight Green is deaf to his own powerful voice, and casts a spell to keep it to normal levels. When he deactivates the spell, this happens.
- Lord Eden in The Tainted Grimoire. Technically, he does have an indoor voice but the quietest possible is the normal volume for an average person and when addressing large groups, his voice needs very little assistance.
- Turnabout Storm: Cruise Control might have some indoor voice, but most of the time he's just yelling at himself. At least when he's Obfuscating Stupidity.
- Calvin and Hobbes: The Series has Dr. Brainstorm, spends at least 3/4ths of his dialogue shouting at someone. Calvin himself takes on the role while angry or tired (the latter shown in "Nighty Shut Up!").
- In Tales of the Emperasque, a side effect of the God Emperor being in the body of a Tarrasque is that his voice is always really loud. Lofn calls him "the shouty guy" at one point. His dialogue is written in all-caps to note this.
- In The Butterfly Effect Kingsley Shacklebolt's elf Marley always shouts for no apparent reason, possibly due to his exuberant personality.
- In Harmony Theory, Nightmare Umbra uses the Royal Canterlot Voice at all times.