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On the opening segment of a show or the title screen of a video game, the work's title is shouted very loudly.

A Sub-Trope of Title Drop. Compare Excited Show Title!.

Examples of Title Scream include:

Anime and Manga

Comic Books


Live-Action TV

Video Games

Web Original

Western Animation

  1. Second opening.
  2. Fue sin querer queriendo...
  3. the Sega scream heard in many American commercials until the Dreamcast era.
  4. This theme was also the basis of the original theme to The Funtastic World of Hanna-Barbera, which is also a partial example.
  5. Ooh! Ooh!