Noyes created Warman shortly after meeting a soldier in the trenches of WW2 in France. It is said that Noyes and this unknown soldier were having a hard time surviving the tourment of the trenches and that the soldier went mad. It is then recounted by Noyes that the soldier leaped out of the trench and screamed "WARMAN" while running in a T-line towards the opposing Axis trench. Noyes wrote in his field-journal:
"it was strange, the soldier leaped from the trench and started screaming out "WARMAN!!" while darting directly towards the trench, he was armed with an M1-Garand rifle and held down the trigger while charging alone at them, as if he had an Automatic weapon in his hands! The garand obviously only fired one round at the enemy and entirely missed them as he was flailing the rifle about while running."
Obviously, the soldier was almost instantly shot down by a German sniper emplacement. But the solider attempted to collect his scattered brain matter and continue charging at the trench in his last moments before falling lifelessly onto the battlefield
Noyes was inspired by this act of carelessness and bravery, and decided to lay down in the trench and write the following poem
He doesn't give a damn about what he wears.
And he doesn't give a shit about his God damned hair
Yeah, terrorism losers, stop your...
His name is spelled entirely in capitals.