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7th Feb '16 8:07:56 PM jormis29
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* Subverted on ''{{Becker}}'', when Jake (a blind black man) ends up going out with a blind white woman, but it ends in tears when he mentions his skin colour offhand several weeks later and she turns out to be a racist.
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* Subverted on ''{{Becker}}'', ''Series/{{Becker}}'', when Jake (a blind black man) ends up going out with a blind white woman, but it ends in tears when he mentions his skin colour offhand several weeks later and she turns out to be a racist.
31st Jan '16 6:30:38 PM NOYB
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* Used in ''Film/FantasticFour2005'': Ben Grimm's fiancee leaves him after his transformation into The Thing. Later, he's drowning his sorrows in a bar and meets Alicia Masters, a blind girl. Brings up a valid question:
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* Used in ''Film/FantasticFour2005'': Ben Grimm's fiancee fiancée leaves him after his transformation into The Thing. Later, he's drowning his sorrows in a bar and meets Alicia Masters, a blind girl. Brings up a valid question:
31st Jan '16 6:27:58 PM NOYB
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* The ''Series/DarkAngel'' episode "Hello, Goodbye" deals with a friendship between [[HalfHumanHybrid genetically engineered dog-man]] Joshua and a blind girl named Annie. She spends much of the episode talking about wanting to "see" him by feeling his face, something that he's understandably reluctant to do. He ends up having one of his more human-looking friends "stand in" for him. He eventually lets her "see" his real face after they're both chased into the sewers by local youths who want to hurt him, and she accepts him even though he's obviously not all human. She does bring up the potential UnfortunateImplications of this trope; although she doesn't hate Joshua, she's miffed that he took advantage of the fact she couldn't see. [[spoiler: Later, the [[TheMenInBlack Man In Black]] from the AncientConspiracy learns of their friendship and snaps her neck to frame the only people that the public knows have SuperStrength for the murder]].
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* The ''Series/DarkAngel'' episode "Hello, Goodbye" deals with a friendship between [[HalfHumanHybrid genetically engineered dog-man]] Joshua and a blind girl named Annie. She spends much of the episode talking about wanting to "see" him by feeling his face, something that he's understandably reluctant to do. He ends up having one of his more human-looking friends "stand in" for him. He In the next episode, "Dawg Day Afternoon", he eventually lets her "see" his real face after they're both chased into the sewers by local youths who want to hurt him, and she accepts him even though he's obviously not all human. She does bring up the potential UnfortunateImplications of this trope; although she doesn't hate Joshua, she's miffed that he took advantage of the fact she couldn't see. [[spoiler: Later, the [[TheMenInBlack Man In Black]] from the AncientConspiracy learns of their friendship and snaps her neck to frame the only people that the public knows have SuperStrength for the murder]].
24th Jan '16 6:18:32 PM nombretomado
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* In an early issue of ''{{Superman}}: Comicbook/TheManOfSteel'', Lois Lane's sister Lucy tried to commit suicide after being blinded in an accident. She was rescued by Bizarro, but she thought it was Superman. This was an homage to the first appearance of Bizarro in ''Superboy'' back in the 1950s, where [[TheWoobie Bizarro's]] only friend is a blind girl who doesn't realize he's a monster. * In the early run of ''{{Spawn}}'', the only one who recognized Al for who he used to be was his blind Grandmother.
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* In an early issue of ''{{Superman}}: ''Franchise/{{Superman}}: Comicbook/TheManOfSteel'', Lois Lane's sister Lucy tried to commit suicide after being blinded in an accident. She was rescued by Bizarro, but she thought it was Superman. This was an homage to the first appearance of Bizarro in ''Superboy'' back in the 1950s, where [[TheWoobie Bizarro's]] only friend is a blind girl who doesn't realize he's a monster. * In the early run of ''{{Spawn}}'', ''ComicBook/{{Spawn}}'', the only one who recognized Al for who he used to be was his blind Grandmother.

* In ''SupermanAndBatmanGenerations III'', one of {{ComicBook/Darkseid}}'s new Parademons gets separated from its unit and encounters a old blind woman who treats it kindly. In return it tells her its story, including the fact that it's part of a new breed designed with the ability to think and reason for themselves. [[spoiler:Subverted when it's revealed that the woman is actually Supergirl, disguised using a Mother Box, and she snaps the Parademon's neck so none of the other heroes learn of their sentience and have qualms about fighting them.]]
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* In ''SupermanAndBatmanGenerations ''ComicBook/SupermanAndBatmanGenerations III'', one of {{ComicBook/Darkseid}}'s new Parademons gets separated from its unit and encounters a old blind woman who treats it kindly. In return it tells her its story, including the fact that it's part of a new breed designed with the ability to think and reason for themselves. [[spoiler:Subverted when it's revealed that the woman is actually Supergirl, disguised using a Mother Box, and she snaps the Parademon's neck so none of the other heroes learn of their sentience and have qualms about fighting them.]]
13th Jan '16 6:55:20 PM ConMan1226
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* In ''Things Not Seen'', the invisible main character befriends a blind girl.
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* In ''Things Not Seen'', the invisible main character befriends a blind girl.girl, and later falls in love with her.
6th Jan '16 4:10:01 AM LentilSandEater
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* ''ComicBook/{{Preacher}}'': ** Arseface eventually meets [[ChekhovsGunman Lorrie Bobbs]], a girl who doesn't see reality quite as it is, as she's [[BrotherSisterIncest severely inbred]] and has a neurological disorder. She thinks he's gorgeous, and it looks as if they're going to live happily ever after. *** Even better, Lorrie was born with only an eye, she looks like a {{cyclops}}. Both characters are subversions of TheGrotesque: They are the two only true decent people of all the cast and for that, they will EarnYourHappyEnding: In ''ComicBook/{{Preacher}}'', [[AnAesop everyone is a grotesque freak. Except the guy with an arse for a face and the one eyed girl]].
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* ''ComicBook/{{Preacher}}'': ** ''ComicBook/{{Preacher}}'': Arseface eventually meets [[ChekhovsGunman Lorrie Bobbs]], a girl who doesn't see reality quite as it is, as she's [[BrotherSisterIncest severely inbred]] and has a neurological disorder. She thinks he's gorgeous, and it looks as if they're going to live happily ever after. *** after. Even better, Lorrie was born with only an eye, she looks like a {{cyclops}}. Both characters are subversions of TheGrotesque: They are the two only true decent people of all the cast and for that, they will EarnYourHappyEnding: In ''ComicBook/{{Preacher}}'', [[AnAesop everyone is a grotesque freak. Except the guy with an arse for a face and the one eyed girl]].
1st Jan '16 7:14:35 AM SirRed
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** Arseface eventually meets [[ChekhovsGunman Lorrie Bobs]], a girl who doesn't see reality quite as it is, as she's [[BrotherSisterIncest severely inbred]] and has a neurological disorder. She thinks he's gorgeous, and it looks as if they're going to live happily ever after.
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** Arseface eventually meets [[ChekhovsGunman Lorrie Bobs]], Bobbs]], a girl who doesn't see reality quite as it is, as she's [[BrotherSisterIncest severely inbred]] and has a neurological disorder. She thinks he's gorgeous, and it looks as if they're going to live happily ever after.
28th Dec '15 6:35:38 AM Anddrix
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* In an early issue of ''{{Superman}}: Comicbook/TheManOfSteel'', Lois Lane's sister Lucy tried to commit suicide after being blinded in an accident. She was rescued by SelfDemonstrating/{{Bizarro}}, but she thought it was Superman. This was an homage to the first appearance of Bizarro in ''Superboy'' back in the 1950s, where [[TheWoobie Bizarro's]] only friend is a blind girl who doesn't realize he's a monster.
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* In an early issue of ''{{Superman}}: Comicbook/TheManOfSteel'', Lois Lane's sister Lucy tried to commit suicide after being blinded in an accident. She was rescued by SelfDemonstrating/{{Bizarro}}, Bizarro, but she thought it was Superman. This was an homage to the first appearance of Bizarro in ''Superboy'' back in the 1950s, where [[TheWoobie Bizarro's]] only friend is a blind girl who doesn't realize he's a monster.
18th Oct '15 5:17:50 PM nombretomado
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*** Even better, Lorrie was born with only an eye, she looks like a {{cyclops}}. Both characters are subversions of TheGrotesque: They are the two only true decent people of all the cast and for that, they will EarnYourHappyEnding: In {{Preacher}}, [[AnAesop everyone is a grotesque freak. Except the guy with an arse for a face and the one eyed girl]].
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*** Even better, Lorrie was born with only an eye, she looks like a {{cyclops}}. Both characters are subversions of TheGrotesque: They are the two only true decent people of all the cast and for that, they will EarnYourHappyEnding: In {{Preacher}}, ''ComicBook/{{Preacher}}'', [[AnAesop everyone is a grotesque freak. Except the guy with an arse for a face and the one eyed girl]].
13th Oct '15 2:26:14 PM VampireBuddha
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* In ''Comicbook/{{Batman}} vs Comicbook/{{The Incredible Hulk}}'', an old blind tramp who looks a lot like Creator/{{Stan Lee}} advises the Hulk that maybe puny humans would stop trying to hurt him if he showed a little kindness. Hulk thinks he's right. [[spoiler:{{Subverted| trope}} when the tramps is actually a disguised Batman, who needs the Hulk to go with the Joker ([[{{it makes sense in context}} long story]]).]]
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