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16th Jun '16 4:48:32 PM JoeG
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14th Jun '16 9:02:31 PM Rbade
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* ''Manga/HaruhiChan'' and ''~Nyoron Churuya-Chan'' have Mikuru,and Ashakura, and Churuya, respectively.
11th Jun '16 8:25:33 PM Pichu-kun
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* The ''VideoGame/MarioAndLuigi'' series uses this style for some supporting characters.

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* ''Franchise/SuperMarioBros'':
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The ''VideoGame/MarioAndLuigi'' series uses this style for some supporting characters.



* Many ''VideoGame/{{Kirby}}'' characters.

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* Many ''VideoGame/{{Kirby}}'' ''Franchise/{{Kirby}}'' characters.



* All the livestock in the VideoGame/HarvestMoon games, as well as the overworld sprites of characters.

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* ''Franchise/HarvestMoon'':
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All the livestock in many of the VideoGame/HarvestMoon games, as well as the overworld sprites of characters.



* The characters in "Toon" style ''Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda'' games have cartoony black eyes unlike in other installments. A screenshot for ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTheWindWaker'' shows that at [[WhatCouldHaveBeen one stage in development]] Link had blue eyes.



* Everyone in ''Clifford The Big Red Dog'' except Clifford himself has bead eyes. They are generally black, although a skunk that appeared once had blue eyes.

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* Everyone in ''Clifford The Big Red Dog'' ''Literature/CliffordTheBigRedDog'' except Clifford himself has bead eyes. They are generally black, although a skunk that appeared once had blue eyes.
10th Apr '16 1:08:16 PM AgProv
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* A FunnyAneurysm moment: in the WorldOfWeirdness, there is a panic about "[[http://www.snopes.com/horrors/ghosts/blackeyed.asp Black-Eyed Children]]" who are weird and sinister and not all they seem to be. Magazines like Magazine/ForteanTimes have explored this phenomena which is on the borderline of being an [[UrbanLegends Urban Myth]], noting that these sinister entities are said to approach isolated people claiming to be children in distress needing help, but who radiate malevolence and sinister intent. They are often drawn/depicted with the classic Black Bead Eyes and depictions of them can be very sinister-looking indeed. A far cry from cuteness, humour or whimsy.

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* A FunnyAneurysm moment: in the WorldOfWeirdness, there is a panic about "[[http://www.snopes.com/horrors/ghosts/blackeyed.asp Black-Eyed Children]]" who are weird and sinister and not all they seem to be. Magazines like Magazine/ForteanTimes have explored this phenomena which is on the borderline of being an [[UrbanLegends Urban Myth]], noting that these sinister entities are said to approach isolated people claiming to be children in distress needing help, but who radiate malevolence and sinister intent. They are often drawn/depicted with the classic Black Bead Eyes and depictions of them can be [[BlackEyesOfEvil very sinister-looking indeed.indeed]]. A far cry from cuteness, humour or whimsy.
9th Mar '16 2:15:16 AM AgProv
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* A FunnyAneurism moment: in the WorldOfWeirdness, there is a panic about "[[ http://www.snopes.com/horrors/ghosts/blackeyed.asp Black-Eyed Children]]" who are weird and sinister and not all they seem to be. Magazines like Magazine/ForteanTimes have explored this phenomena which is on the borderline of being an UrbanMyth, noting that these sinister entities are said to approach isolated people claiming to be children in distress needing help, but who radiate malevolence and sinister intent. They are often drawn/depicted with the classic Black Bead Eyes and depictions of them can be very sinister-looking indeed. A far cry from cuteness, humour or whimsy.

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* A FunnyAneurism FunnyAneurysm moment: in the WorldOfWeirdness, there is a panic about "[[ http://www."[[http://www.snopes.com/horrors/ghosts/blackeyed.asp Black-Eyed Children]]" who are weird and sinister and not all they seem to be. Magazines like Magazine/ForteanTimes have explored this phenomena which is on the borderline of being an UrbanMyth, [[UrbanLegends Urban Myth]], noting that these sinister entities are said to approach isolated people claiming to be children in distress needing help, but who radiate malevolence and sinister intent. They are often drawn/depicted with the classic Black Bead Eyes and depictions of them can be very sinister-looking indeed. A far cry from cuteness, humour or whimsy.
9th Mar '16 2:13:15 AM AgProv
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* A FunnyAneurism moment: in the WorldOfWeirdness, there is a panic about "[[ http://www.snopes.com/horrors/ghosts/blackeyed.asp Black-Eyed Children]]" who are weird and sinister and not all they seem to be. Magazines like Magazine/ForteanTimes have explored this phenomena which is on the borderline of being an UrbanMyth, noting that these sinister entities are said to approach isolated people claiming to be children in distress needing help, but who radiate malevolence and sinister intent. They are often drawn/depicted with the classic Black Bead Eyes and depictions of them can be very sinister-looking indeed. A far cry from cuteness, humour or whimsy.
5th Mar '16 11:43:08 PM Pichu-kun
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* When Elinor from ''WesternAnimation/{{Brave}}'' starts losing her humanity while [[BalefulPolymorph transformed into a bear]] her eyes change from humanoid to black and beady.
1st Mar '16 3:42:57 PM PurrElise
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** The SpinOff ''WesternAnimation/TotalDramaPresentsTheRidonculousRace'' has Pete.
13th Feb '16 1:10:37 PM Midna
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A fairly common trait amongst works with a simplistic art style is that the characters' eyes will be nothing more than a black dot on their faces. Many fans of animated works will be openly familiar with this particular trope since it shows up in both Western and Eastern animation, the latter of which is usually in the form of [[SuperDeformed Super Deformed Chibis]]. In some cases the characters may get SkintoneSclerae or CartoonyEyes when a shocked expression is needed.

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A fairly common trait amongst works with a simplistic art style is that the characters' eyes will be nothing more than a black dot on their faces. Many fans of animated works will be openly familiar with this particular trope since it shows up in both Western and Eastern animation, the latter of which is usually in the form of [[SuperDeformed Super Deformed Chibis]]. In some cases the characters may get SkintoneSclerae or CartoonyEyes SphereEyes when a shocked expression is needed.
5th Feb '16 12:23:17 AM OffTheDeepEnd
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** WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}}: Arthur averted this in the first season, but fell victim to it starting in the second. [[note]]Additionally, this is played with in an episode where D.W. starts acting like Arthur and begins to wear glasses. They're simply sunglasses without lenses, but her eyes are shown without sclera. This is practically lampshaded at the end of said episode when closes her eyes while taking them off, only to open them with regrown sclera.[[/note]]

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** WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}}: Arthur averted this in the first season, but fell victim to it starting in the second. [[note]]Additionally, this is played with in an episode where D.W. starts acting like Arthur and begins to wear glasses. They're simply sunglasses without lenses, but her eyes are shown without sclera. This is practically lampshaded at the end of said episode when she closes her eyes while taking them off, only to open them with regrown sclera.[[/note]]



*** Fu-Fu and the Reader on ''WesternAnimation/SagwaTheChineseSiameseCat''. Also, any mice characters and any other bat characters, aside from Master Wu-Fu.

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*** ** Fu-Fu and the Reader on ''WesternAnimation/SagwaTheChineseSiameseCat''. Also, any mice characters and any other bat characters, aside from Master Wu-Fu.
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