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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.]]
17th Jan '17 7:28:22 AM kyojikasshu
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* Early in ''ComicBook/GIJoeARealAmericanHeroMarvel'', TheBaroness has her head completely swathed in bandages when she checks into a private Swiss clinic after her face was badly damaged in a tank explosion.

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* Early in ''ComicBook/GIJoeARealAmericanHeroMarvel'', TheBaroness has her head completely swathed in bandages when she checks into a private Swiss clinic after her face was badly damaged in a tank explosion. Much later, Snake-Eyes is in the same position for a bit, thanks to the same plastic surgeon, and is even featured on the cover of that issue in the process of removing those bandages.
** A flashback to the mission where his face was damaged reveals that he completed the mission with his head bandaged up.
9th Jan '17 12:11:18 PM rafi
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* Unit 01 from ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion'' after [[spoiler:losing the head armor disguising her organic nature]].

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* Unit 01 Kei from ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion'' ''Manga/{{Akira}}'' did this [[SoBeautifulItsACurse to hide her gender from possible rapists]] [[spoiler: after [[spoiler:losing Akira loses control of his powers and obliterates Neo-Tokyo.]]
* At one point in ''Manga/{{Berserk}}'', Casca has her face bandaged up in order to hide her face from men who might want to have their way with her (the excuse used is that she has syphilis, ensuring that nobody wants to take
the head armor disguising her organic nature]].bandages off). Another SoBeautifulItsACurse scenario.



* [[BigBad Onigumo]](?) from ''Manga/InuYasha'' after an accident is seen with his face bandaged this way as he's cared for in a cave by Kikyou.
* Habashira Rui from ''Manga/{{Eyeshield21}}'' wraps his ''entire body'' in bandages so he wouldn't be noticed when he tries out for Team Japan to go to the World Cup. DramaticReveal comes several chapters later.

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* [[BigBad Onigumo]](?) ''Manga/BlackButler'': In the manga Baron Kelvin has this once he gets surgery to make himself look more beautiful.
* Kokuto
from ''Manga/InuYasha'' after an accident is seen ''Manga/{{Bleach}}: Hell Verse''. [[spoiler: His bandages cover a huge scar on the right side of his face.]]
* Tooru in ''Manga/CageOfEden''. First introduced
with bandages covering his face bandaged this way as because he's cared for in a cave by Kikyou.
* Habashira Rui from ''Manga/{{Eyeshield21}}'' wraps
ashamed of his ''entire body'' in scar. During this time, he is silent and rather off-putting. Once the bandages so he wouldn't be noticed when he tries come off, the group quickly points out for Team Japan to go to that the World Cup. DramaticReveal comes several chapters later.scars actually look pretty cool.



* This is one of the depictions of Lucy from ''Manga/ElfenLied''.
* Eureka has bandages over a portion of her face for a brief moment in ''Anime/EurekaSeven'' movie due to the sun's effects.
* Habashira Rui from ''Manga/Eyeshield21'' wraps his ''entire body'' in bandages so he wouldn't be noticed when he tries out for Team Japan to go to the World Cup. The reveal comes several chapters later.
* In ''Manga/FutureDiary'', Fourth ends up like this after [[spoiler: Yuno shoots his ear off]].
* Heinkel ends up with one at the end of ''Manga/{{Hellsing}}''. They're mostly for rule of cool, considering they billow around her head, and aren't remotely wrapped around her GlasgowSmile.
* Wye from ''Manhwa/IWish'' has bandages over his face, as well as his hands and arms, for plot purposes. He's hiding himself this way to prevent the Sun, [[ItMakesSenseInContext who is in love with him]], from finding him and getting closer to him, burning the entire world.
* [[BigBad Onigumo]](?) from ''Manga/InuYasha'' after an accident is seen with his face bandaged this way as he's cared for in a cave by Kikyou.



* Lupin in ''Anime/TheCastleOfCagliostro'' wears a face bandage as he was severely battered during his failed attempt to free Clarisse.
** The [[http://assets.fancueva.com/2008/04/lupin.jpg cover image]] for ''Anime/GreenVsRed'', itself a nod to ''Anime/TheCastleOfCagliostro''.
* Naze Youka from ''Manga/MedakaBox'' covers her face in bandages not only to [[SoBeautifulItsACurse hide her good looks]], but to keep her true identity under wraps, as it were.
* Dosu Kinuta from ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' has bandages covering up his entire head except for his right eye.
* Unit 01 from ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion'' after [[spoiler:losing the head armor disguising her organic nature]].
* Happens to [[spoiler: Sadaharu Inui]] in ''Manga/ThePrinceOfTennis'', after a rather... bloody doubles match. Caused [[{{Narm}} lots of immature giggling]] in the fandom, ''specially'' because he sticks around like it's nothing.
* Played for laughs in ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf'' when Ranma bandages his entire face in order to hide his expression and to also hide cards that he can cheat with in poker.



* Mukuro from ''Manga/YuYuHakusho'' is an immensely powerful, short, rough-spoken demon lord swathed entirely in bandages who recruits Hiei after the Chapter Black arc is over. Turns out they're covering two things: [[spoiler: she's female, and half of her is an acid-burned hideous wreck.]]
** [[http://paizo.com/image/product/catalog/PZOP/PZOP0069_500.jpeg Genkai]] is an interesting example, because her face ''has'' been shown before she appareled with the bandages. When it finally comes off, it's revealed she was covering up because she was using an ability that restored her to her athletic peak, and thus made her much younger. When it comes off ''again'', it's revealed she has since lost the ability (and is now old again) after transferring it to Yusuke.
* From ''Manga/SoulEater'': Crosses over with ScarfOfAsskicking for Kishin Asura as his deranged method of protecting himself from others. These 'bandages' are made of his own skin.

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* Mukuro from ''Manga/YuYuHakusho'' is an immensely powerful, short, rough-spoken demon lord swathed entirely in bandages who recruits Hiei after the Chapter Black arc is over. Turns out they're covering two things: [[spoiler: she's female, and half of her is an acid-burned hideous wreck.]]
''Manga/SoulEater'':
** [[http://paizo.com/image/product/catalog/PZOP/PZOP0069_500.jpeg Genkai]] is an interesting example, because her face ''has'' been shown before she appareled with the bandages. When it finally comes off, it's revealed she was covering up because she was using an ability that restored her to her athletic peak, and thus made her much younger. When it comes off ''again'', it's revealed she has since lost the ability (and is now old again) after transferring it to Yusuke.
* From ''Manga/SoulEater'':
Crosses over with ScarfOfAsskicking for Kishin Asura as his deranged method of protecting himself from others. These 'bandages' are made of his own skin.



* ''Manga/BlackButler'': In the manga Baron Kelvin has this once he gets surgery to make himself look more beautiful.
* This is one of the depictions of Lucy from ''Manga/ElfenLied''.
* Naze Youka from ''Manga/MedakaBox'' covers her face in bandages not only to [[SoBeautifulItsACurse hide her good looks]], but to keep her true identity under wraps, as it were.
* Heinkel ends up with one at the end of ''Manga/{{Hellsing}}''. They're mostly for rule of cool, considering they billow around her head, and aren't remotely wrapped around her GlasgowSmile.
* Eureka has bandages over a portion of her face for a brief moment in ''Anime/EurekaSeven'' movie due to the sun's effects.
* Lupin in ''Anime/TheCastleOfCagliostro'' wears a face bandage as he was severely battered during his failed attempt to free Clarisse.
** The [[http://assets.fancueva.com/2008/04/lupin.jpg cover image]] for ''Anime/GreenVsRed'', itself a nod to ''Anime/TheCastleOfCagliostro''.
* Played for laughs in ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf'' when Ranma bandages his entire face in order to hide his expression and to also hide cards that he can cheat with in poker.
* In ''Manga/FutureDiary'', Fourth ends up like this after [[spoiler: Yuno shoots his ear off]].
* At one point in ''Manga/{{Berserk}}'', Casca has her face bandaged up in order to hide her face from men who might want to have their way with her (the excuse used is that she has syphilis, ensuring that nobody wants to take the bandages off). Another SoBeautifulItsACurse scenario.
* Happens to [[spoiler: Sadaharu Inui]] in ''Manga/ThePrinceOfTennis'', after a rather... bloody doubles match. Caused [[{{Narm}} lots of immature giggling]] in the fandom, ''specially'' because he sticks around like it's nothing.
* Kokuto from ''Manga/{{Bleach}}: Hell Verse''. [[spoiler: His bandages cover a huge scar on the right side of his face.]]
* Kei from ''Manga/{{Akira}}'' did this [[SoBeautifulItsACurse to hide her gender from possible rapists]] [[spoiler: after Akira loses control of his powers and obliterates Neo-Tokyo.]]
* Dosu Kinuta from ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' has bandages covering up his entire head except for his right eye.
* Wye from ''Manhwa/IWish'' has bandages over his face, as well as his hands and arms, for plot purposes. He's hiding himself this way to prevent the Sun, [[ItMakesSenseInContext who is in love with him]], from finding him and getting closer to him, burning the entire world.



* ''Manga/YuYuHakusho'':
** Mukuro is an immensely powerful, short, rough-spoken demon lord swathed entirely in bandages who recruits Hiei after the Chapter Black arc is over. Turns out they're covering two things: [[spoiler: she's female, and half of her is an acid-burned hideous wreck.]]
** [[http://paizo.com/image/product/catalog/PZOP/PZOP0069_500.jpeg Genkai]] is an interesting example, because her face ''has'' been shown before she appareled with the bandages. When it finally comes off, it's revealed she was covering up because she was using an ability that restored her to her athletic peak, and thus made her much younger. When it comes off ''again'', it's revealed she has since lost the ability (and is now old again) after transferring it to Yusuke.



* The Hungarian survivor on ''Film/TheUsualSuspects''.
* Owen Wilson's character in ''Film/TheDarjeelingLimited''.



* In ''Film/JamesBond'' movie ''Film/{{Thunderball}}'' a man who gets Bond's interest is recovering from plastic surgery, and wears bandages over his face.
* After a terrible accident that left the UglyDuckling character in the hospital, she is bandaged and plastered from head to toe, then is transformed into a beauty... out for revenge.
* This is used with Willem Dafoe's character in ''Film/OnceUponATimeInMexico'' for reasons of plastic surgery.



* Owen Wilson's character in ''Film/TheDarjeelingLimited''.
%%* ''Film/DarkPassage''



* The antagonist from ''Film/{{Timecrimes}}''.

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* The antagonist from ''Film/{{Timecrimes}}''.killer in the HongKong [[SlasherMovie slasher]] ''The Deadly Camp''.



%%* ''Film/DarkPassage''



* In ''Film/MrStitch'', the patchwork man Lazarus spends the first part of the movie with a bandaged face - and everything else - as his many, many, ''many'' sutures heal.

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%%* Keller from ''Film/{{Freak}}''.
* In ''Film/MrStitch'', the patchwork man Lazarus spends the first part of the movie with a bandaged The mother in ''Film/GoodnightMommy'' has had cosmetic facial surgery and wears bandages across her head and face - and everything else - as his many, many, ''many'' sutures heal.that look like a skull. Or rather, whatever calls itself the mother is wearing the bandages...



* The killer in the HongKong [[SlasherMovie slasher]] ''The Deadly Camp''.
* Keller from ''Film/{{Freak}}''.

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* The killer in the HongKong [[SlasherMovie slasher]] ''The Deadly Camp''.
* Keller
In ''Film/JamesBond'' movie ''Film/{{Thunderball}}'' a man who gets Bond's interest is recovering from ''Film/{{Freak}}''.plastic surgery, and wears bandages over his face.



* In ''Film/MrStitch'', the patchwork man Lazarus spends the first part of the movie with a bandaged face - and everything else - as his many, many, ''many'' sutures heal.
* This is used with Willem Dafoe's character in ''Film/OnceUponATimeInMexico'' for reasons of plastic surgery.



* The mother in ''Film/GoodnightMommy'' has had cosmetic facial surgery and wears bandages across her head and face that look like a skull. Or rather, whatever calls itself the mother is wearing the bandages...

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* The mother antagonist from ''Film/{{Timecrimes}}''.
* After a terrible accident that left the ''Ugly Duckling'' character
in ''Film/GoodnightMommy'' has had cosmetic facial surgery the hospital, she is bandaged and wears bandages across her plastered from head and face that look like a skull. Or rather, whatever calls itself the mother to toe, then is wearing the bandages...transformed into a beauty... out for revenge.
* The Hungarian survivor on ''Film/TheUsualSuspects''.



* The villainous MasterOfDisguise No Face from the ''WesternAnimation/ActionMan'' toyline and CGI movies.
* Courtney Gripling's mother on ''WesternAnimation/AsToldByGinger'' is given this treatment after a hasty facelift sent her to the hospital.



* [[WesternAnimation/TheJetsons George Jetson]] wears a getup like this after one of Mr. Spacely's {{Zany Scheme}}s - naturally - turns him invisible.

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* [[WesternAnimation/TheJetsons George Jetson]] Harvey Dent in ''WesternAnimation/BewareTheBatman'' wears a getup like this after one bandages in the final two episodes of Mr. Spacely's {{Zany Scheme}}s - naturally - turns him invisible.the show. He starts to unravel them in his last scene, but his Two-Face disfigurement is not shown to the viewer, and due to the show's cancellation, it never will.



* Courtney Gripling's mother on ''WesternAnimation/AsToldByGinger'' is given this treatment after a hasty facelift sent her to the hospital.
* The villainous MasterOfDisguise No Face from the ''WesternAnimation/ActionMan'' toyline and CGI movies.
* Git Hoskins in ''WesternAnimation/SpiderManUnlimited'' of course the twist is [[spoiler: the bandages don't cover his body, they ARE his body and he can unravel himself and use the bandages like combat tentacles ]]
* Harvey Dent in ''WesternAnimation/BewareTheBatman'' wears bandages in the final two episodes of the show. He starts to unravel them in his last scene, but his Two-Face disfigurement is not shown to the viewer, and due to the show's cancellation, it never will.

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* Courtney Gripling's mother on ''WesternAnimation/AsToldByGinger'' is given ''WesternAnimation/TheJetsons'': George Jetson wears a getup like this treatment after a hasty facelift sent her to the hospital.
* The villainous MasterOfDisguise No Face from the ''WesternAnimation/ActionMan'' toyline and CGI movies.
one of Mr. Spacely's {{Zany Scheme}}s - naturally - turns him invisible.
* Git Hoskins in ''WesternAnimation/SpiderManUnlimited'' of course the twist is [[spoiler: the bandages don't cover his body, they ARE his body and he can unravel himself and use the bandages like combat tentacles ]]
* Harvey Dent in ''WesternAnimation/BewareTheBatman'' wears bandages in the final two episodes of the show. He starts to unravel them in his last scene, but his Two-Face disfigurement is not shown to the viewer, and due to the show's cancellation, it never will.
tentacles]].
27th Nov '16 5:47:35 AM WillyFourEyes
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** [[http://paizo.com/image/product/catalog/PZOP/PZOP0069_500.jpeg Genkai]]
*** Genkai is an interesting example, because we've seen her face before she appareled with the bandages. When it finally comes off, it's revealed she was covering up because she was using an ability that restored her to her athletic peak, and thus made her much younger. When it comes off ''again'', it's revealed she has since lost the ability (and is now old again) after transferring it to Yusuke.

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** [[http://paizo.com/image/product/catalog/PZOP/PZOP0069_500.jpeg Genkai]]
*** Genkai
Genkai]] is an interesting example, because we've seen her face ''has'' been shown before she appareled with the bandages. When it finally comes off, it's revealed she was covering up because she was using an ability that restored her to her athletic peak, and thus made her much younger. When it comes off ''again'', it's revealed she has since lost the ability (and is now old again) after transferring it to Yusuke.
13th Oct '16 3:53:34 PM LadyJaneGrey
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* [[WesternAnimation/TheJetsons George Jetson]] wears a getup like this after one of Mr. Spacely's {{Zany Scheme}}s - naturally - turns him invisible.
30th Sep '16 9:26:40 PM bjkatcher
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* ''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.



* ''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/{{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.
30th Sep '16 9:25:56 PM bjkatcher
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* ''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.
16th Sep '16 9:37:57 AM StFan
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* ''Manga/DetectiveConan'': A murder happens aboard a boat with a costume/masquerade party, where some characters are dressed as mummies. Also, the detective who solves the murder, [[spoiler:thought to be Shinichi but actually Heiji in disguise]], is dressed up as Literature/TheInvisibleMan.
** Another ''Manga/DetectiveConan'' example - the fact that a man wore a full face bandage [[spoiler: due to having [[TwoFaced a hideously disfigured face]]]] was used [[spoiler: to create alibis for the real murders--they disguised themselves as him after he committed suicide]]. It's even lampshaded in-story: [[spoiler: to prove said alibis, Heiji put on bandages around his face too and then he and Conan (through Kogoro) explain the trick.]]

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* ''Manga/DetectiveConan'': ''Manga/DetectiveConan'':
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A murder happens aboard a boat with a costume/masquerade party, where some characters are dressed as mummies. Also, the detective who solves the murder, [[spoiler:thought to be Shinichi but actually Heiji in disguise]], is dressed up as Literature/TheInvisibleMan.
** Another ''Manga/DetectiveConan'' example - the The fact that a man wore wears a full face full-face bandage [[spoiler: due [[spoiler:due to having [[TwoFaced a hideously disfigured face]]]] was is used [[spoiler: to [[spoiler:to create alibis for the real murders--they disguised murders -- they disguise themselves as him after he committed suicide]]. It's even lampshaded in-story: [[spoiler: to [[spoiler:to prove said alibis, Heiji put on bandages around his face too and then he and Conan (through Kogoro) explain the trick.]]



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* Some parts of the Superman mythos have the Unknown Superman, a future descendant who appears like this. In ''ComicBook/AllStarSuperman'', [[spoiler:Superman disguises himself as Unknown Superman so he can both hide from his younger self and have a final meeting with his father.]]

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* Some parts of the Superman ''Franchise/{{Superman}}'' mythos have the Unknown Superman, a future descendant who appears like this. In ''ComicBook/AllStarSuperman'', [[spoiler:Superman disguises himself as Unknown Superman so he can both hide from his younger self and have a final meeting with his father.]]



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* Owen Wilson's character in ''TheDarjeelingLimited''.

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* Owen Wilson's character in ''TheDarjeelingLimited''.''Film/TheDarjeelingLimited''.



* After a terrible accident that left the UglyDuckling character in the hospital, she is bandaged and plastered from head to toe, then is transformed into a beauty....out for revenge.

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* After a terrible accident that left the UglyDuckling character in the hospital, she is bandaged and plastered from head to toe, then is transformed into a beauty....beauty... out for revenge.






* MarkTwain wrote a short story called ''Lucretia Smith's Soldier'' where a woman waits by the bedside of her critically injured fiancé, waiting for the bandages that cover his head to come off. When they do, she realizes that he's not her fiancé and she pitches a fit because she wasted two weeks waiting hand and foot on the wrong person.
** TruthInTelevision: Tragically, a similar incident to this recently occurred in real life. A hospital erred in identifying the victims of a car crash, leading to the family of a victim who did not survive the crash keeping a bedside vigil over someone completely unrelated to them, without knowing until much later.
*** This was also recycled into an episode of ''Series/{{House}}''.

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* MarkTwain Creator/MarkTwain wrote a short story called ''Lucretia Smith's Soldier'' where a woman waits by the bedside of her critically injured fiancé, waiting for the bandages that cover his head to come off. When they do, she realizes that he's not her fiancé and she pitches a fit because she wasted two weeks waiting hand and foot on the wrong person.
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person. TruthInTelevision: Tragically, a similar incident to this recently occurred in real life. A hospital erred in identifying the victims of a car crash, leading to the family of a victim who did not survive the crash keeping a bedside vigil over someone completely unrelated to them, without knowing until much later.
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later. This was also recycled into an episode of ''Series/{{House}}''.






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* In Memphis wrestling in the early 1980's, Jerry Lawler threw a fireball that hit manager Jimmy Hart in the face. For weeks afterwards, Hart appeared on TV with his face bandaged, with his trademark sunglasses over the bandages.
** The angle concluded one night where an imposter came out bandaged up as Hart for a match. Later, the real Jimmy Hart came out and the two attacked Lawler. The imposter then removed the bandages and revealed himself to be [[spoiler: Andy Kaufman]].

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* In Memphis wrestling in the early 1980's, Jerry Lawler threw a fireball that hit manager Jimmy Hart in the face. For weeks afterwards, Hart appeared on TV with his face bandaged, with his trademark sunglasses over the bandages.
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bandages. The angle concluded one night where an imposter came out bandaged up as Hart for a match. Later, the real Jimmy Hart came out and the two attacked Lawler. The imposter then removed the bandages and revealed himself to be [[spoiler: Andy Kaufman]].
Kaufman]].



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* In ''{{VideoGame/Fallen London}}'', this is the signature characteristic of tomb-colonists, quasi-undead citizens of the Neath who were [[DeathIsCheap killed messily enough]] to cause permanent disfigurement but not permanent death.
* The ''Videogame/{{Cursery}}'' version of Humpty Dumpty has his face covered in bandages because his skin started to blister and crack due to his curse forcing him to neglect his own hygiene.

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* In ''{{VideoGame/Fallen London}}'', ''VideoGame/FallenLondon'', this is the signature characteristic of tomb-colonists, quasi-undead citizens of the Neath who were [[DeathIsCheap killed messily enough]] to cause permanent disfigurement but not permanent death.
* The ''Videogame/{{Cursery}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Cursery}}'' version of Humpty Dumpty has his face covered in bandages because his skin started to blister and crack due to his curse forcing him to neglect his own hygiene.



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* ''Webcomic/{{Errant Story}}'': The elf Melrin resorts to this in its disguise version, so that he can live [[TheMole unnoticed]] among humans as the supposedly disfigured human "Dennis." Sarine, of course, figures it out, and a big fight, and plot point, ensues.

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* ''Webcomic/{{Errant Story}}'': ''Webcomic/ErrantStory'': The elf Melrin resorts to this in its disguise version, so that he can live [[TheMole unnoticed]] among humans as the supposedly disfigured human "Dennis." Sarine, of course, figures it out, and a big fight, and plot point, ensues.



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* An episode of ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'' had one for "Calendar Girl", a former supermodel who had undergone plastic surgery to make her look younger. The doctors unwrapped the bandages, and when she demanded a mirror (which goes hand-in-hand with the trope), she was horrified by how hideous she looked. [[spoiler:She was actually as beautiful as ever, but thanks to being psychologically scarred from the pressure of the modelling industry, she could only see the flaws.]]

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* ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'':
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An episode of ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'' had has one for "Calendar Girl", a former supermodel who had undergone plastic surgery to make her look younger. The doctors unwrapped unwrap the bandages, and when she demanded demands a mirror (which goes hand-in-hand with the trope), she was is horrified by how hideous she looked. looks. [[spoiler:She was is actually as beautiful as ever, but thanks to being psychologically scarred from the pressure of the modelling industry, she could can only see the flaws.]]



* Git Hoskins in ''WesternAnimation/SpidermanUnlimited'' of course the twist is [[spoiler: the bandages don't cover his body, they ARE his body and he can unravel himself and use the bandages like combat tentacles ]]

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* Git Hoskins in ''WesternAnimation/SpidermanUnlimited'' ''WesternAnimation/SpiderManUnlimited'' of course the twist is [[spoiler: the bandages don't cover his body, they ARE his body and he can unravel himself and use the bandages like combat tentacles ]]






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6th Aug '16 9:37:21 AM nombretomado
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* The Negative Man and Negative Woman of the ComicBook/DoomPatrol in the DCUniverse. Both have to wear those special bandages to contain the intense radiation their bodies emit that is part of their energy being powers.

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* The Negative Man and Negative Woman of the ComicBook/DoomPatrol in the DCUniverse.Franchise/DCUniverse. Both have to wear those special bandages to contain the intense radiation their bodies emit that is part of their energy being powers.
7th Jul '16 2:13:46 PM Willbyr
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* In ''Manga/MiraiNikki'', Fourth ends up like this after [[spoiler: Yuno shoots his ear off]].

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* In ''Manga/MiraiNikki'', ''Manga/FutureDiary'', Fourth ends up like this after [[spoiler: Yuno shoots his ear off]].
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