While snikt is more satisfying, you can get in a lot more thwips than you can snikts. And let’s face it…when you’re going that fast that high, you’re gonna need all the thwips you can get.
‘Thwipt’ wins, but only because the true winner in a comic book sound effect competition (‘bamf’) is not competing.
In order for Snikt to get anywhere, it has to connect. Thwip can ran circles around Snikt, and knows when Snikt is coming before Snikt even does. A logically written Thwip could severally Thwip Snikt up so he couldn’t even move, at which point Snikt’s got nothing.
To the death is probably a different story, but if all it takes is taking the other out, Thwip severely outclasses Snikt.
Thwip! Thwip! Twip!
Mmph! Mmph! Mmph!
BORT! owns them all.
I prefer Jerkcity’s own HUALGHULAGHUALGUALUGHAULGHLUAGHLUAGHULAHGULAGH.
Sends all competing sounds to fry in the heart of a moldering Fire-Pit.
Game, set, match.
Kapow!, if he’s prepared.
I recall that for a while in the early '90s, Image loved to use, “Doom.”
I never had any idea why they chose that.
Not sure if it’s a Peter David exclusive, but for a while several explosions in PAD’s Hulk ended up with (variations of) RAKK-OV-LAMMB!
Sheeeeit. Me and my man Nightcrawler’ll be over here. Let us know when you need a
What? No mention of the “diarrhea sound” SPLORT?
William M. Gaines is spinning in his grave!
Pffft! Frack! Pop - Sproing - Ging!!!
In my book, GLITCH trumps SPLORT.
“Bicycle Repairman” (Python) showed up a whole town of Supermen with that caption.
With mint jelly?
What’s wrong with BOK?