Goldie's laugh originates from Naga the Serpent, of course. The staple character when it comes to this laugh.
But in reality, it's been used all throughout anime, manga, and video games. It's also infiltrated its way into western culture, with character in Steven Universe and My Little Pony using the laugh.
The noble woman character is a trope that is often bestowed upon a snooty, stuck-up person (not necessarily female) with an inflated ego, but not necessarily the foremost antagonist. Indeed, it's funnier the more inept the character is.
Naga the Serpent (Gracia Ul Naga Saillune) Sorceress Ojou-sama laugh
24-Hour Comic Challenge next week!
It's a new Parker Lynn Bailey comic!!!
It's the Amalgam Universe! Ravenpool!!!
I have no idea why.
I don't have many positive things to say about the modern comic book industry, especially in regard to Marvel, but I do enjoy the art of Gurihiru, a two-woman team consisting of Chifuyu Sasaki and Naoko Kawano.
The art is light and charming, and the coloring has just the right mix of earthiness and bright colors to make everything pop. And this is all while somehow being both modern and classic at the same time.
The only negative I could possibly give is that the art is relentlessly cheerful. It's nice to see smiles in comics again, but there are other emotions to draw from. Even the non-smiling expressions will make you squee.
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