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19th Apr '18 9:31:44 PM nombretomado
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* In ''Series/TheTwilightZone'' episode "The Eye of the Beholder," a woman has her face wrapped in bandages as she undergoes treatment for the horrible ugliness that prevents her from living in the [[{{Dystopia}} dystopian]] society. When the bandages come off, [[spoiler:she's gorgeous... except that a RevealShot reveals that all the doctors have pig faces--the treatment has failed and she's still "ugly".]]

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* In ''Series/TheTwilightZone'' ''Series/{{The Twilight Zone|1959}}'' episode "The Eye of the Beholder," a woman has her face wrapped in bandages as she undergoes treatment for the horrible ugliness that prevents her from living in the [[{{Dystopia}} dystopian]] society. When the bandages come off, [[spoiler:she's gorgeous... except that a RevealShot reveals that all the doctors have pig faces--the treatment has failed and she's still "ugly".]]
14th Apr '18 8:40:11 PM Morgenthaler
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* The villainous MasterOfDisguise No Face from the ''WesternAnimation/ActionMan'' toyline and CGI movies.

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* The villainous MasterOfDisguise No Face from the ''WesternAnimation/ActionMan'' ''Franchise/ActionMan'' toyline and CGI movies.
4th Feb '18 8:40:34 PM Jacob175
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* ''Literature/GalaxyOfFear: City of the Dead'' has a PseudoCrisis where the protagonists are confronted by mummies - who them take off their bandaged masks to reveal that they're perfectly healty humans. It's local tradition to greet visitors while disguised as the undead, with the idea that doing so scares off evil spirits.
* ''Literature/{{Johnny Got His Gun}}'': The title character, a total invalid from his World War I injuries, wears a mask over what's left of his face, so as not to frighten the hospital staff.

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* ''Literature/GalaxyOfFear: City of the Dead'' has a PseudoCrisis where the protagonists are confronted by mummies - who them take off their bandaged masks to reveal that they're perfectly healty healthy humans. It's local tradition to greet visitors while disguised as the undead, with the idea that doing so scares off evil spirits.
* ''Literature/{{Johnny Got His Gun}}'': ''Literature/JohnnyGotHisGun'': The title character, a total invalid from his World War I injuries, wears a mask over what's left of his face, so as not to frighten the hospital staff.



* David Robert Jones, the [[spoiler:BigBad]] of the first season of ''Series/{{Fringe}}'', wears bandages on his face [[spoiler: after he gets a terrible skin disease from teleporting from the prison in Germany to Little Hill]]

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* David Robert Jones, the [[spoiler:BigBad]] of the first season of ''Series/{{Fringe}}'', wears bandages on his face [[spoiler: after he gets a terrible skin disease from teleporting from the prison in Germany to Little Hill]]Hill]].


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* ''Webcomic/DominicDeegan'': After getting horrifically scarred by the Beast-powered Infernomancer, Dex Garret ended up wearing these for the rest of his time in the comic.
22nd Dec '17 4:41:08 AM Derkhan
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* In ''Manga/LaughingUnderTheClouds'', half of the fox-masked prisoner's face and body are bandaged. The purpose is twofold: first, to hide his hideous burn marks, and second, to hide his uncanny resemblence to Shirasu, which eventually culminates in a DramaticUnmask.
26th Nov '17 2:47:14 PM nombretomado
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* The killer in the HongKong [[SlasherMovie slasher]] ''The Deadly Camp''.

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* The killer in the HongKong UsefulNotes/HongKong [[SlasherMovie slasher]] ''The Deadly Camp''.
10th Jul '17 7:08:15 PM phantom1
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* In Literature/WarlocksOfTheSigil Kole wears bandages that cover her face due to having a skin condition.
9th May '17 10:43:48 PM DastardlyDemolition
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* Joshua Graham, AKA The Burned Man is portrayed as this in the DLC Campaign "Honest Hearts" for ''VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas''. [[TheProtagonist The Courier]] can even wear these bandages too as part of a clothing set you get as a reward for completing the campaign.

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* Joshua Graham, AKA The Burned Man is portrayed as this in the DLC Campaign "Honest Hearts" ''Honest Hearts'' for ''VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas''. He's called the Burned Man for a reason and says that taking off the bandages every night is extremely painful but lives through it as he sees it as a punishment and repentance for his sins.
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[[TheProtagonist The Courier]] can even wear these bandages too as part of a clothing set you get as a reward for completing the campaign.
6th May '17 7:33:57 PM Vios
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* In ''VideoGame/ShopHeroes'', Alicia has extensive bandages around the top of her head, including across one eye.
15th Apr '17 10:32:16 AM Temmere
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* In "The Face Behind the Mask" in ''The Witching Hour" #18, a man sees a beautiful actress and asks her out. She agrees, but insists on covering her face with bandages whenever they're together. She eventually reveals that she's actually three hundred years old, and has a horribly wrinkled face, but she can drink potions supplied by and old wizard to make her beautiful again. [[spoiler:But that's a lie; she was actually roped into a scheme to defraud the man's wealthy father, who yearned to be young again. Her aged features were done with makeup.]]
11th Feb '17 3:10:57 AM jormis29
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* Kokuto from ''Manga/{{Bleach}}: Hell Verse''. [[spoiler: His bandages cover a huge scar on the right side of his face.]]

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* Kokuto from ''Manga/{{Bleach}}: Hell Verse''.''Anime/BleachHellVerse''. [[spoiler: His bandages cover a huge scar on the right side of his face.]]
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