That penultimate panel needs a snowy “crunch” sound.
…A snowy/vultur-y ‘crunch’ sound.
One of the rarest auditory experiences in all of time!
it’s a snowy crunch with a side of cold plastic rattle. I know this sound.
Yes, but how to you transcribe into English the onomatopoeia that would be described as “snowy crunch”?
(It is a puzzler, he thought, listening to the bacon sizzle as he crunched on his toast.)
(Apologies to our non-native-English speakers. “Onomatopoeia” is defined as “the formation of a word from a sound associated with what is named.” SIZZLE is an onomatopoeia word, as is CRUNCH.)
Honestly, I would probably go with “crunch” as it is pretty descriptive and pretty sound-correct. Alternates might be: CURNCH, CHUNCH, KUNCH, etc. :)
Or… for Vachel, typically, LUNCH
If it makes you feel better, I heard the crunch before I read your comment about it needing a crunch sound. (Being Canadian, the snowy crunch is in my bones. Also, sorry.)
The sound I hear in my head is CHUMPF.
Huh. Chumpf is pretty good too. :)
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