History EyeScream / ComicBooks

1st Mar '18 7:09:56 PM WolfThunder
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[[caption-width-right:350: [- [[TooDumbToLive I dunno, Hawkeye.]] [[DontExplainTheJoke But that's how you'll pop your eyes out.]] -] ]]

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[[caption-width-right:350: [- [[TooDumbToLive I dunno, Who knows, Hawkeye.]] [[DontExplainTheJoke But that's how you'll pop your eyes out.]] -] ]]
1st Mar '18 1:58:57 PM ultimomant
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* The Queen of Fables has magical powers that allow her to use anything in a story as a weapon. In one battle, Wonder Woman defeated her by [[TrickingTheShapeshifter goading her into transforming into a dragon]] (something noted in-story to be a ShoutOut to [[Disney/SleepingBeauty Maleficent]]), which made her large enough for Wonder Woman to destroy her eyes with axes.



* The Queen of Fables has magical powers that allow her to use anything in a story as a weapon. In one battle, Wonder Woman defeated her by [[TrickingTheShapeshifter goading her into transforming into a dragon]] (something noted in-story to be a ShoutOut to [[Disney/SleepingBeauty Maleficent]]), which made her large enough for Wonder Woman to destroy her eyes with axes.
26th Feb '18 5:58:57 PM kikiandlala
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* In ''ComicBook/SecretWarriors2017'', ''ComicBook/KamalaKhan'' is strongly against killing. But she's evidently not above a vicious eye gouge. In the issues where Magik joins their group to look for Inferno's niece, Dark Beast sends some of his monsters at them. Kamala gives such a powerful poke to the eyes of one monster, that it destroys them and sends the monster flying back while black blood spurts out of them.
24th Nov '17 12:15:48 PM lillolillo
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* ''Comicbook/{{Supergirl}}'': In ''[[Comicbook/{{Supergirl 1982}} a classic story]]'', the titular heroine shoots her heat vision straight in Kryptonite Man's eyes, blinding him temporarily. Later, Supergirl is fighting a villain with psychic powers, and he shoots fire at her eyes during the fight.

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* ''Comicbook/{{Supergirl}}'': ''ComicBook/{{Supergirl}}'':
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In ''[[Comicbook/{{Supergirl 1982}} ''[[ComicBook/Supergirl1982 a classic story]]'', the titular heroine shoots her heat vision straight in Kryptonite Man's eyes, blinding him temporarily. Later, Supergirl is fighting a villain with psychic powers, and he shoots fire at her eyes during the fight.fight.
** In ''[[ComicBook/Supergirl2005 Supergirl vol. 5]]'' issue #20, Supergirl pierces the eye of a Cyclops with a magical arrow.
19th Oct '17 1:52:38 AM WillBGood
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** In another X-Men comic, a pair of demonic sentient Binoculars, vacuum suck out a man's eyes and use them as its own.

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** In another X-Men comic, a pair of demonic sentient Binoculars, ''binoculars'' vacuum suck out a man's eyes and use them as its own.
5th Oct '17 7:09:32 AM WolfMattGrey
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* Used to be common in 1950s and earlier horror comics. [[MoralGuardians Frederic Wertham's]] infamous ''Seduction of the Innocent'' described and probably named the "Injury to the Eye" motif, giving examples from comics of the time.
** Dick Ayers was inordinately fond of eyeballs flying from heads in the horror comics he illustrated for Eerie Publications (not to be confused with the comic ''Eerie'', from Warren Publications) in the 1960s and '70s.

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* Used Generally speaking, this trope used to be common in 1950s and earlier horror comics. [[MoralGuardians Frederic Wertham's]] infamous ''Seduction of the Innocent'' described and probably named the "Injury to the Eye" motif, giving examples from comics of the time.
** * Dick Ayers was inordinately fond of eyeballs flying from heads in the horror comics he illustrated for Eerie Publications (not to be confused with the comic ''Eerie'', from Warren Publications) in the 1960s and '70s.



* A ''heroic'' example occurs with Kylun in the pages of ''Comicbook/{{Excalibur}}'' when the evil [[BigBad Necrom]] attempts to lure him into a trap with an image of his dead girlfriend, whom he killed in the first place. Kylun isn't fooled, and as Necrom is sneaking up behind him to drain his life he lashes out with one of his magical swords, slashing Necrom across the face and putting out one of his eyes. Necrom sensibly [[VillainExitStageLeft flees the battle.]]



* A ''heroic'' example occurs with Kylun in the pages of ''Comicbook/{{Excalibur}}'' when the evil [[BigBad Necrom]] attempts to lure him into a trap with an image of his dead girlfriend. Kylun isn't fooled, and as Necrom is sneaking up behind him to drain his life he lashes out with one of his magical swords, slashing Necrom across the face and putting out one of his eyes. Kylun attacks Necrom, the guy who actually killed his girlfriend in the first place, but the villain sensibly [[VillainExitStageLeft flees the battle.]]
30th Aug '17 6:04:12 AM CosmicFerret
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* Shows up in superhero deconstruction ''ComicBook/TheBoys''... as a power of one of the two ''sympathetic'' superheroes, Starlight, who can emit a flare of blinding light. [[spoiler: she uses this power to blind TheFlash {{Expy}} A-Train in one eye when he tries to rape her.]]

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* Shows up in superhero deconstruction ''ComicBook/TheBoys''... as a power of one of the two ''sympathetic'' superheroes, Starlight, who can emit a flare of blinding light. [[spoiler: she uses this power to blind TheFlash ComicBook/TheFlash {{Expy}} A-Train in one eye when he tries to rape her.]]
26th Aug '17 11:59:37 PM Linda58
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** In ''Punisher Max'', during the Kingpin arc, an unfortunate Mook winds up having his skull squeezed until his eyes pop out of their sockets. If that wasn't nauseating enough, readers are treated to several panels of him fumbling around with his eyes dangling by the optic nerve. He eventually manages to get them back into his head just in time to run into [[OhCrap The Punisher]]

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** In ''Punisher Max'', during the Kingpin arc, an unfortunate Mook winds up having his skull squeezed until his eyes pop out of their sockets. If that wasn't nauseating enough, readers are treated to several panels of him fumbling around with his eyes dangling by the optic nerve. He eventually manages to get them back into his head just in time to run into [[OhCrap The Punisher]]Punisher]].
** Harry Ebbing met Barracuda in prison over 20 years ago. On Harry's first day in prison, after being threaten by two inmates who made it clear that they planed on [[PrisonRape raping him]] as soon as they got the chance. Ebbing took upon himself to find the most dangerous inmate in prison and offered him large sums of money in exchange for protection. That inmate's name was Barracuda. The two aforementioned inmates were later found with their eyelids sewn shut. With each man's eye socket's turned out to contain the other's ''testicles''. Their eyes were never found. And the worst part? [[FateWorseThanDeath Both men were left alive after this]].
18th Aug '17 7:33:01 PM BattleMaster
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* ''ComicBook/LegendsOfBaldursGate'': A dragon gets a double one while trapped on the ground, losing one to Boo after Minsc [[FastballSpecial throws him]] and the other shot with an arrow.

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* ''ComicBook/LegendsOfBaldursGate'': A dragon gets a double one while trapped on the ground, losing one to Boo [[CallBack Boo]] after Minsc [[FastballSpecial throws him]] and the other shot with an arrow.
18th Aug '17 7:31:10 PM BattleMaster
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* ''ComicBook/LegendsOfBaldursGate'': A dragon gets a double one while trapped on the ground, having one eye attacked by an animal and the other shot with an arrow.

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* ''ComicBook/LegendsOfBaldursGate'': A dragon gets a double one while trapped on the ground, having losing one eye attacked by an animal to Boo after Minsc [[FastballSpecial throws him]] and the other shot with an arrow.
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