Make Me Wanna Shout /
- In Drowtales, a very frustrated Mikilu picks up a rock, throws it in the air and scream at it to destroy it. It may be partially magic, as she is powerful. A mighty scream indeed.
- Dolly Bird from Everyday Heroes.
- The Rumbletoys in Girl Genius uses subsonic wave throwers to liquefy rock. It's often used for road construction purposes, but it could easily double as a siege weapon.
- Questionable Content just pulled this in an epic fashion. Do not deny Yelling Bird.
- Faye is no slouch either.
- In Ball and Chain, Lollipop Girl has this power. She channels it through sound holes (not mouths} in her hands. It is very effective
- In The Inexplicable Adventures of Bob!, Jean's shouting ability may not be literally superhuman, but it's danged impressive. Most of the local sasquatch clan are scared to death of it.
- Vlad from El Goonish Shive had a sonic shriek.
- Dani of Atomic Laundromat.
- Tsukiko in The Order of the Stick uses the spell called Shout to kill a Chlorine Elemental. It is a standard Dungeons & Dragons spell (as described in the Tabletop Gaming section).
- Related to this trope is that the druid Leeky Windstaff's walking tree minions are only vulnerable to sonic attack. Durkon uses thunder to achieve this effect.
- After forming the band "Facebath" in Dominic Deegan, Gregory proves he's got a voice capable of literally blowing a crowd away. So when Luna casts a spell on him to make him even louder...the outcome is not surprising.
- In Pacificators, this is one of the two types of the power of air (the other is Blow You Away). Generally, most of users of air could do both. The people we know of who have this power are Taffe, Gincoi, and Enlil. However, they don't always attack by shouting; sometimes, clapping does the trick. Another neat trick they can do is whisper and have it carry far.◊
- Sonar in Strong Female Protagonist has this power – it makes sense, since he looks like a human-bat hybrid.
- Blue Jay from Heroes Unite/Heroes Alliance.
- Critical Miss: Here, Erin accuses The Dragonborn of Scrabble Babble. Unfortunately for her, FUS RO DAH proves to be this trope instead.
- This DC fan comic from Hark! A Vagrant has Black Canary discovering the Metal Scream.
- Alex from Superline has a sonic scream that can create earthquakes and shatter glass.