The power to emit highly enhanced scream of a high amplitude. Sub-power of Sound Attacks. Variation of Sound Wave Generation.
- Canary Cry
- Ghostly Wail
- Hypersonic Scream
- Soundwave Scream
- Super Scream
- Supersonic Scream
- Ultrasonic Scream
User can emit/generate extremely powerful scream of a high amplitude for a variety of purposes.
- Sound Absorption renders direct use useless.
- May not work against Sound Immunity or Sound Nullification.
- May not have hearing or vocal protection, making use of this ability painful.
- Flow of sound waves often natural often causing accidental destruction to nearby objects.
- May cause unintentional harm to distant targets, including beings with sensitive/enhanced/superhuman hearing.
- Sound/sonic waves can be reflected off certain objects, like mirrors.
- Rendered utterly useless when the user is gagged by any means.
Live Action TV
Echo Echo (Ben 10) can scream at ultrasonic frequencies.
Blitzwolfer (Ben 10) unleashing a sonic howl.
Sanjay/The Sonic Youth (Fairly Odd Parents)
When Nia (Canimals) was ether scared, sad or worried, She unleashes her sonic scream.
Bubbles (The Powerpuff Girls)
Thrash the Tasmanian Devil (Archie's Sonic the Hedgehog)
Black Canary (DC Comics) uses her unusually strong, powerful and destructive sonic Canary Cry.
Superman (DC Comics) screams Mongul's name, sending those around him flying.
Supergirl (DC Comics) demonstrates
Silver Banshee (DC Comics)
Black Bolt (Marvel Comics)
Bleeders (Push) have the ability to emit high-pitched screams. In the picture here, they use their cries to blow up a fish market.
Sensing her brother Rick's death at Freddy's hands, Alice Johnson (A Nightmare on Elm Street) screams in despair, shattering glass windows.
Live Action TV
Lorne (Angel) is able to hold a song note at any pitch indefinitely; at the worst, his screams can shatter glass and destroy demons.
Lorne emits a sonic scream.
Echo DeMille (Heroes) amplifying his voice to create a sonic scream.
Kira Ford (Power Rangers Dino Thunder) using her sonic scream ability.
Silver Banshee (Smallville TV Series) using Sonic Scream.
Lydia Martin (Teen Wolf), a banshee, use her scream to drown out all other surroundings sounds so she can focus on what only she wants to hear.
Losing control over her power, Lydia is unable to resist to the urge to scream. A hellhound jumps in and ...
... use their supernatural connection and his power to muffle, most of, what would've been her deadliest scream yet.
Setsuki (Black Cat) using his Wail of Fire.
Jerome Guizbatt (Bleach) using The Roar to amplify his roars into sound-based shock waves capable of maiming and killing lower-ranked Soul Reapers.
Tenpouin Yuuki (Code: Breaker) screaming loud enough to shatter all the windows.
A Level 4 Akuma (D.Gray-man) screaming so powerfully it causes massive vertigo.
Baby (Dragon Ball GT) using his Revenge Blast by screaming with his immense ki.
Gotenks (Dragon Ball Z) screaming so loudly that his Vice Shout manages to shatter the dimensional barrier.
Kid Buu (Dragon Ball Z) using his Angry Shout simply because he was angry, distorting the weather and hurting even two Saiyan's ears.
Super Buu (Dragon Ball Z) screams so loud, he can shatter the dimensional barrier.
Uub (Dragon Ball Z) using his Angry Shout to release a powerful shock wave when Goku insulted his mother.
Taigokumaru (InuYasha) can release sonic blasts mixed with demonic energy that can easily destroy an entire village.
Kanade Kamiya (Rosario + Vampire Season II) using his Symphony for the Devil.
Byakko (Yu Yu Hakusho) using Meikō Shōkai-Ha to release a densely oscillating scream that can break molecular bonds.
Charlotte Linlin (One Piece) can unleash a extremely loud shriek...
...that can cause numerous people to faint.
The Unrelenting Force technique (The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim) in action.
Exploud (Pokemon) using Hyper Voice.
Sentret (Pokemon) using Hyper Voice.
As a master vocalist, Octavio (Sly 3: Honor Among Thieves) can emit a sonic scream of red rings to attack.
Rouge the Bat (Sonic the Hedgehog)