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* Legendary Canadian Kickboxer, Jean Yves Thériault was so well known for his ice cold stare during a fight -particularly the stare down- that he earned the nickname "The Iceman" because of it. You can hear commentators mention it during some of his fights. Seeing as he's considered one of the greatest kickboxers to ever live, one can imagine it wasn't a pretty sight for his opponents.
24th Mar '17 4:11:29 PM Nick7689
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* Grigoriy Rasputin had a pretty [[http://pleasekillme.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/02/article-2553577-0026AD4700000258-600_634x502.jpg intimidating glare]]. Something you wouldn't expect from a faith healer...

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* Grigoriy Grigori Rasputin had a pretty [[http://pleasekillme.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/02/article-2553577-0026AD4700000258-600_634x502.jpg intimidating glare]]. Something you wouldn't expect from a faith healer...


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* Music/BrianWilson of Music/TheBeachBoys [[http://cdn.quotesgram.com/img/50/29/66439636-tumblr_kvnrrvE79E1qax8c7o1_400.jpg did]] [[http://i0.statig.com.br/bancodeimagens/9t/1b/1c/9t1b1cky6hqzb6twfw8gr6lez.jpg this]] [[http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2353/2316875507_f865c53892_m.jpg a lot]] in his younger days. As did his younger brother, [[https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/236x/53/14/c1/5314c1d3a60594348b4bdb1a99067359.jpg Carl]] [[https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/a2/a1/82/a2a182b05d65b312562fff7c9db40f23.jpg Wilson]]. And [[https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/originals/db/bc/93/dbbc93448953cde3ac5635961382536d.jpg here]] they are doing it at the same time. (Brian's in the top left and Carl's in the bottom right)
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** Catelyn fixes Jon Snow with a couple of these in "Winter Is Coming" and "The Kingsroad".

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** While she is usually too HotBlooded to not simply explode in someone's face should they piss her off, Catelyn fixes Jon Snow with a couple of these enraged glares in "Winter Is Coming" and "The Kingsroad".Kingsroad" which rival the worst of Tywin's patented glares, especially while he is saying goodbye to the comatose Bran and at her father's funeral she is able to keep Robb from breaking down in laughter at Edmure's EpicFail at lighting the raft by shooting him one of these.



** The change in Stannis' face when Selyse mentions that their daughter could do with a good beating in "The Lion and the Rose" is more than a little disconcerting.
** Stannis gives one to Davos when the Iron Bank refuses his loan that basically says "You dragged me all the way here for this?" Davos responds by trying a new tactic to convince the bankers to give them a loan.

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** The change in Stannis' face when Selyse mentions that their daughter could do with a good beating in "The Lion and the Rose" is more than a little disconcerting.
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disconcerting. Stannis also gives one to Davos when the Iron Bank refuses his loan that basically says "You dragged me all the way here for this?" Davos responds by trying a new tactic to convince the bankers to give them a loan.
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* PintsizedPowerhouse Katyusha, in ''Anime/GirlsUndPanzerDerFilm'', normally takes crap from no one. [[spoiler: When the newly-expanded high school team is shaking down, she raises a fuss because she's not a platoon leader...and [[BigBrotherInstinct Maho Nishizumi]] gives her a DeathGlare that has her subsiding, ''fast''.]]
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->''Aeron gave him a baleful look, the look that had been known to sour wells and make women barren.''

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->''Aeron ->''"Aeron gave him a baleful look, the look that had been known to sour wells and make women barren.''"''



There are times even the DeadpanSnarker should know better and just shut up. This is especially true if the person being snarked at is giving him the '''Death Glare'''.

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There are times even the DeadpanSnarker should know better and just shut up. This is especially true if the person being snarked at is giving him the '''Death Glare'''.
Death Glare.
26th Feb '17 1:20:13 PM ChiliConQueso
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* Cody Linley can go from charming to a caged tiger at the drop of a hat. It's especially on display in ''Hoovey'', where at one point he gives his teammates a death glare that screams ''"I will rip your head off"''.

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* Cody Linley can go from charming to a caged tiger (yes, ''[[Series/HannahMontana that]]'' Cody Linley) is surprisingly adept at the drop of a hat.these. It's especially on display in ''Hoovey'', where at one point he gives his teammates a death glare that screams ''"I will rip your head off"''.
15th Feb '17 3:11:00 PM AthenaBlue
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* ''WesternAnimation/AnAmericanTail: Fievel Goes West''. Weaponized with "The Laaaaaaaaazy Eye!", the eye-popping glare that [[RetiredGunfighter Wylie Burp]] teaches to Tiger.



* Series/{{Sherlock}} pulls off a truly epic one in ''A Scandal in Belgravia''. Upon arriving back at Baker Street to discover evidence of [[spoiler: Mrs. Hudson being held by CIA agents]], he [[SherlockScan fingers the scratches in the wallpaper]], [[AwesomeByAnalysis plays out what happened in his mind]]... and then [[TranquilFury quietly]] [[KubrickStare looks up the staircase]] with eyes that say “People are going to DIE.” Cue ExtremeMeleeRevenge.
** Surprisingly, this is what we saw during the fight with the [[ProfessionalKiller Golem]] in the planetarium when Sherlock is in a headlock [[BerserkButton in an attempt to strangle him or snap his neck]]-and to make matters more scary? [[BadassAdorable John's]] DOING it. Uh-oh. Unfortunately, the gun was knocked out but MAN, he was [[BewareTheNiceOnes PISSED OFF.]]

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* Series/{{Sherlock}} pulls off a truly epic ''Series/TwentyFour'':
** David Palmer is the ''master'' of the Death Glare. He's scarier than Jack at times, and that's hard to pull off.
** Jack himself is no slouch when it comes to the Death Glare either; at
one in ''A Scandal in Belgravia''. Upon arriving back at Baker Street to discover evidence of [[spoiler: Mrs. Hudson being held by CIA agents]], point, he [[SherlockScan fingers completely subverts the scratches JackBauerInterrogationTechnique, breaking [[spoiler:President Charles Logan]] by simply ''staring'' at him.
* Delenn assumes such a look for seemingly her entire journey from Minbar to ''Series/BabylonFive''
in the wallpaper]], [[AwesomeByAnalysis plays episode "Severed Dreams". She chases off an assault fleet from Earth with the stare and the words "Why not? Only one Human captain has ever survived battle with a Minbari fleet. He is behind me. You are in front of me. If you value your lives, ''be somewhere else!''" (Note that when the ''B5'' CMOA page was put to crowner, this moment won.)
** Her death glare reappears in "Atonement" when she figures
out what happened how to prevent her inquisitor from forcing her to leave Sheridan.
** And again, with the phrase "end this," when first contact with the Drakh ends
in his mind]]... her killing every one of them in sight.
** The [[spoiler:when she is well over 130 years old, on the anniversary of the formation of the InterStellar Alliance, two "historians" and a political pundit gloss over facts and embellish lies to cover the wide gaps in their knowledge of history. They are on Earth. Delenn traveled from Mimbar just to say her husband was a good man
and then [[TranquilFury quietly]] [[KubrickStare looks up the staircase]] when they tries to get her to stay, she made each one turn with eyes an impressive glare the likes of which they had never seen.]]
** G'Kar gives Vir ''the mother'' of all death glares before delivering his deathly chilling "dead...dead...dead..." monologue. It was chilling, at least in part, because G'Kar also sliced open his own hand, and was intoning "dead...dead...dead..." as each drop of blood fell to the floor.
** In one episode Sheridan manages to piss of Kosh so much,
that say “People are going he manages to DIE.” Cue ExtremeMeleeRevenge.
** Surprisingly, this is what we saw during the fight
give him a death glare with just the [[ProfessionalKiller Golem]] in the planetarium when Sherlock is in a headlock [[BerserkButton in an attempt to strangle him or snap single camera eye of his neck]]-and to make matters more scary? [[BadassAdorable John's]] DOING it. Uh-oh. Unfortunately, the gun was knocked out but MAN, he was [[BewareTheNiceOnes PISSED OFF.]] robot suit.



* ''Series/BreakingBad'''s Walter White turns out to be a master of this. At least once a season he breaks out a mean one. It turns almost to horror when coupled with Bryan Cranston's deep, growling voice.
** [[spoiler:Near the end of Season 4, Hector "Tio" Salamanca gives one hell of a death glare to Gustavo Fring before he sets off a pipe bomb tied to his wheelchair, killing himself and taking Gus with him.]]
* This exchange from ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'':
-->'''Willow:''' It's horrible! That's me as a vampire? I'm so evil and... and skanky. And I think I'm kinda gay.\\
'''Buffy:''' Willow, just remember, a vampire's personality has nothing to do with the person it was.\\
'''Angel:''' Well, actually--\\
'''Buffy:''' ''(death glare)''\\
'''Angel:''' --that's a good point.
* Cam Woolley breaks these out on a regular basis on ''Series/CanadasWorstDriver''.
* Beckett has one of these on permanent standby for whenever Series/{{Castle}} gets snarky about their relationship... or when his theories go too far off the wall.... or when he tries her patience.... or whenever he's talking.
** Lampshaded in "Demons" when ''Ryan'' gets one from Beckett after offering to help Castle investigate the so-called "haunted house":
--->'''Castle:''' Ooh, that's a look.
--->'''Ryan:''' Yeah.
--->'''Castle:''' I get these a lot. Just start walking. Faster. ''[They scurry off]''
* Both the male leads in ''Series/ChinesePaladin 3'' break out the glare when they're ''seriously'' pissed off. It's not actually easy to get them them, considering that one of them is a GuileHero and the other is TheStoic...but sometimes people do. Common reasons include [[KnightTemplarBigBrother harming Jing Tian's nakama]], trying to make Changqing break his HeroicVow, or bringing about the end of the world.
* ''Series/{{Chuck}}'': The Death Glare is John Casey's default face, even when he's happy. Assuming he ever is, it's kinda hard to tell. As long he's not growling he probably won't kill you within the next five seconds.
** The Greta agent in "Chuck Versus the Fear of Death" has a few of these, accompanied by her waving around a [[KnifeNut wickedly sharp knife.]] She and Casey even trade glares in a face-off at the end of the episode.
** Sarah Walker sometimes sends one Chuck's way if he so much as makes a joke about another attractive woman's appearance. The typically happy and jovial Chuck wisely gets quiet really fast.
* Abed pulls off a particularly awesome one in the ''Series/{{Community}}'' episode ''A Fistful of Paintballs''. In fact, it's so awesome it's accompanied by an eagle's scream and hellfire vfx. The recipient drops his gun and runs in terror.
* ''Series/CriminalMinds''. Given the kind of scum they deal with on a regular basis, most of the BAU has done this at one time or another. However, Hotch's is the most frequently seen, and the most legendary. Often precedes or follows the subspecies of AwesomenessByAnalysis known as a Hotchalanche. E.G. (from 4x03, "Minimal Loss"):
-->'''Colorado AG:''' Who the hell are you?\\
'''Hotch:''' I'm Aaron Hotchner, Unit Chief. I'm the guy who's going to tell the attorney general of the United States whether to charge you with obstructing a federal investigation or negligent homicide. (''pause'') Get off my crime scene. (''DEATH GLARE'')
* ''{{Series/Deadwood}}'': Creator/TimothyOlyphant is a ''master'' of these. One of his stares can leave a smoking hole in you.
* ''Series/DoctorWho'': Any incarnation of the Doctor worth their salt will be able to pull out a ''withering'' one if the circumstances warrant:
** Back in the old series, the Fourth Doctor would occasionally break out the Death Glare if circumstances warranted. In [[Recap/DoctorWhoS12E4GenesisOfTheDaleks "Genesis of the Daleks"]], the look he gives the Time Lord who stole his [=TARDIS=] and dropped him on Skaro should have made the guy regenerate on the spot.
** The Ninth Doctor was fond of doing this to badly misbehaving Companions. (Adam in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS27E7TheLongGame "The Long Game"]], Rose in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS27E8FathersDay "Father's Day"]], and Jack in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS27E10TheDoctorDances "The Doctor Dances"]]) He also managed to stare down some villains this way, at least temporarily. Usually it was just a bluff, though, done when he really had no weapons or way out.
** The Tenth Doctor gave MANY of these. Perhaps the most frightening of them are in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS29E8HumanNature "Human Nature"]]/[[Recap/DoctorWhoS29E9TheFamilyOfBlood "The Family of Blood"]] and [[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E16TheWatersOfMars "The Waters of Mars"]]. He also glared a fair bit when he went into TranquilFury mode.
*** He also ends [[Recap/DoctorWhoS29E11Utopia "Utopia"]] giving a fairly impressive one.
** John Simm's evil Master squint is ''legendary''.
** [[Creator/MattSmith Eleven]] carries on the tradition: he's normally a happy-go-lucky guy who likes his fez and Jammy Dodgers, but if you cross him - well, you'll be wishing a time crack would eat ''you''.
** The very first glimpse audiences had of the [[Creator/PeterCapaldi Twelfth Doctor]]'s face was a tight close-up of his eyes delivering one of these beneath BigOlEyebrows (currently, it's the page image for that trope's Live Action TV subpage). Thanks to his perpetually downcast face, broody CreepyGood nature, disdain for authority in general, and those "attack eyebrows" (as he puts it), it's not just villains who are "treated" to this look when things go awry.
* Aeryn Sun off ''Series/{{Farscape}}'' is very prone to these. Often followed by lots of gratuitous violence.



* ''Series/TwentyFour'':
** David Palmer is the ''master'' of the Death Glare. He's scarier than Jack at times, and that's hard to pull off.
** Jack himself is no slouch when it comes to the Death Glare either; at one point, he completely subverts the JackBauerInterrogationTechnique, breaking [[spoiler:President Charles Logan]] by simply ''staring'' at him.
* ''Series/StargateSG1'':
** Teal'c is the master. In one episode, even though a suspect ''knew'' that Teal'c was only present to intimidate him, he was babbling everything he knew within a minute without a word of questioning being uttered. The scene goes like this: the prisoner is sitting in an interrogation room, handcuffed. Teal'c sits at the table across from him and simply begins glaring at him without ever saying a word. The prisoner immediately catches on that they think Teal'c will intimidate/bully him into talking, saying it won't work. A few more minutes of silent staring later and the guy snaps. (Entering the room whilst subtly reminding his victim that he is probably the strongest person on base simply by flexing his jaw muscles also helps.)
** Daniel has been [[spoiler:turned into a Prior]], and is understandably considered very dangerous. Woolsey informs SG-1 that he's recommended to the President that they kill him. Mitchell stands up and gives him a look, and Woolsey steps behind Landry and stays there for the rest of the scene.
* Aeryn Sun off ''Series/{{Farscape}}'' is very prone to these. Often followed by lots of gratuitous violence.
* ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'':
** In "The Die Is Cast", [[MagnificentBastard Garak]] reminisces with his former boss on how he once broke a prisoner during interrogation by simply staring at him from across the table for some lengthy period of time.
--> '''Tain:''' And afterwards he just kept saying "his eyes... his eyes..." I'd never seen anything like it!
** [[ProudWarriorRaceGuy Worf's]] glare has become legendary, as demonstrated by his descendants in "Children of Time":
--> '''Gabriel:''' Are you the Son of Mogh?\\
'''Worf:''' Yes, I am.\\
'''Gabriel:''' Is it true you can kill someone just by looking at them?\\
'''Worf:''' ''({{beat}})'' Only when I am angry.
* Captain Janeway of the ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'' has her own [[FanNickname Glare of Death]] which is the opposite of Janeway's other favorite expression: the [[PuppyDogEyes Gooey Look]].
* ''Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries'':
** Captain Kirk shoots off a pretty good one at Dr. [=McCoy=] in the episode "The Trouble with Tribbles". Doubly impressive in that he's buried up to his chest in dead tribbles at the time. It probably helps that they had to drop those tribbles on Shatner something like 38 times.
** Charlie from "Charlie X" sports one when he's about to whisk someone into oblivion or perform some other horrific act of reality warping.
* ''Series/StarTrekEnterprise'':
** Scott Bakula can be VERY good at the "Death Glare". In the episode where [[ItMakesSenseInContext where religious fundamentalists]] take over the ''Enterprise'' and have killed at least one of his crewmen, Captain Archer gave a very [[SeriousBusiness deadly glare]] at the religious leader sitting in his chair in the Captain's quarters. As the fundamentalist religious leader makes demands to Archer, the glare got even DEADLIER.
** A blooper scene showed Jolene Blalock (playing {{The Spock}}-like T'Pol) forgetting her line and breaking down in nervous giggles when Scott Bakula (playing an evil MirrorUniverse Archer) moves menacingly towards her with his glare on Full Power.
* Hilariously Parodied and otherwise PlayedWith in ''Series/{{Scrubs}}'', with the Janitor giving J.D. the Death Glare with the song "Film/{{Koyaanisqatsi}}" by Music/PhilipGlass played. When someone walks in between them, he briefly pauses to politely ask him to move out of the way. He later organizes a "group-glare" aimed at Carla, and rebukes Ted because the best Ted can manage is a [[TaremeEyes sad glare]]. See both examples [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KOqtnU2faTc here]].

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* ''Series/TwentyFour'':
** David Palmer is
With a healthy dose of PapaWolf, Ed Lane of ''Series/{{Flashpoint}}'' gave one to a cop who was trying to stop him from reaching Parker and subsequently warn him about the ''master'' investigator [[spoiler: who appeared to targeting Parker with her questions and trying to pin the blame of the Death Glare. He's scarier mission on him.]]
* DCS Foyle from ''Series/FoylesWar'' is a master of the cutting remark, especially against those who garner his contempt rather
than Jack at times, and that's hard his sympathy. But his most effective riposte was to pull off.
** Jack himself is no slouch when it comes to the Death Glare either; at one point, he completely subverts the JackBauerInterrogationTechnique, breaking [[spoiler:President Charles Logan]] by simply ''staring'' at him.
* ''Series/StargateSG1'':
** Teal'c is the master. In one episode, even though
a suspect ''knew'' British pro-fascist politician in "The White Feather". Annoyed that Teal'c was only present this upstart detective is refusing to intimidate him, he was babbling everything he knew within a minute without a word of questioning being uttered. The scene goes like this: the prisoner is sitting in an interrogation room, handcuffed. Teal'c sits at the table across from let him and simply begins glaring at him without ever saying leave merely because a word. The prisoner immediately catches on that they think Teal'c will intimidate/bully him into talking, saying it won't work. A few more minutes of silent staring later and the guy snaps. (Entering the room whilst subtly reminding his victim that he is probably the strongest person on base simply by flexing his jaw muscles also helps.)
** Daniel
murder has been [[spoiler:turned into a Prior]], and is understandably considered very dangerous. Woolsey informs SG-1 that committed, the politician asks Foyle if he's recommended to the President that they kill him. Mitchell stands up and gives him a look, and Woolsey steps behind Landry and stays there for the rest of the scene.
* Aeryn Sun off ''Series/{{Farscape}}'' is very prone to these. Often followed by lots of gratuitous violence.
* ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'':
** In "The Die Is Cast", [[MagnificentBastard Garak]] reminisces with his former boss on how he once broke a prisoner during interrogation by simply staring
Jewish. Foyle just stares coldly at him from across the table for some lengthy period of time.
--> '''Tain:''' And afterwards he just kept saying "his eyes... his eyes..." I'd never seen anything like it!
** [[ProudWarriorRaceGuy Worf's]] glare has become legendary, as demonstrated by his descendants in "Children of Time":
--> '''Gabriel:''' Are you the Son of Mogh?\\
'''Worf:''' Yes, I am.\\
'''Gabriel:''' Is it true you can kill someone just by looking at them?\\
'''Worf:''' ''({{beat}})'' Only when I am angry.
* Captain Janeway of the ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'' has her own [[FanNickname Glare of Death]] which is the opposite of Janeway's other favorite expression: the [[PuppyDogEyes Gooey Look]].
* ''Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries'':
** Captain Kirk shoots off
a pretty good one at Dr. [=McCoy=] in the episode "The Trouble with Tribbles". Doubly impressive in that he's buried up to his chest in dead tribbles at the time. It probably helps that they had to drop those tribbles on Shatner something like 38 times.
** Charlie from "Charlie X" sports one when he's about to whisk someone into oblivion or perform some other horrific act of reality warping.
* ''Series/StarTrekEnterprise'':
** Scott Bakula can be VERY good at the "Death Glare". In the episode where [[ItMakesSenseInContext where religious fundamentalists]] take over the ''Enterprise'' and have killed at least one of his crewmen, Captain Archer gave a very [[SeriousBusiness deadly glare]] at the religious leader sitting in his chair in the Captain's quarters. As the fundamentalist religious leader makes demands to Archer, the glare got even DEADLIER.
** A blooper scene showed Jolene Blalock (playing {{The Spock}}-like T'Pol) forgetting her line and breaking down in nervous giggles when Scott Bakula (playing an evil MirrorUniverse Archer) moves menacingly towards her with his glare on Full Power.
* Hilariously Parodied and otherwise PlayedWith in ''Series/{{Scrubs}}'', with the Janitor giving J.D. the Death Glare with the song "Film/{{Koyaanisqatsi}}" by Music/PhilipGlass played. When someone
long moment, then walks in between them, he briefly pauses to politely ask him to move out of the way. He later organizes a "group-glare" aimed at Carla, and rebukes Ted because the best Ted can manage is a [[TaremeEyes sad glare]]. See both examples [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KOqtnU2faTc here]].without bothering to reply.



* ''Series/TerminatorTheSarahConnorChronicles'':
** In "Dungeons & Dragons", Charley has a talk with [[RobotGirl Cameron]], and compares her to Vick, a deactivated Terminator who she has been casually skinning and bagging. Once he calls her a "very scary robot," the normally emotionless and stoic Cameron gives him a sudden Death Glare, sets Vick's "corpse" on fire, and tells him "It's not safe for you here." Charley, understandably, runs the hell away.
** Her death glare is very good for intimidating fellow students as well, though one nerdish boy on Pizza Day seems rather turned on by the experience. "Hectic!"
** John gives his fair share of death glares later in the series as well; two that come to mind are to the Terminator attempting to kill Bedell and to Jesse.
** PlayedForLaughs when John weasels out of doing laundry after making cracks about Cameron being made to do it by handing the basket back to her. [[DudeNotFunny Her look says it all.]]
* ''Series/{{NCIS}}'':
** Gibbs does this in almost every interrogation. His is so powerful you can [[RightBehindMe feel it aimed at the back of your head]]. Even worst, [=DiNozzo=] is once forced to refuse a call from Gibbs, and he says he can feel the death glare through his phone.
** Ziva also does a fantastic one near the end of the season five episode "Stakeout".
** Tobias Fornell has an entirely adequate death glare of his own, usually aimed at [=DiNozzo=]. One time when he and Gibbs tag-team for an interrogation, the subject of their mutual glare starts spilling the beans in ''seconds''.
** Leon Vance is one of the few people immune to the Gibbs Glare, mainly due to having one of his own. When the two of them get into a Glare Down, the backscatter has other characters fleeing the room.
* In ''Series/NoahsArc'' Malik taunts Wade at the wedding about [[spoiler:Noah cheating on Wade with him. Wade delivers several death glares before giving him a solid punch to the face]].
* ''Series/CriminalMinds''. Given the kind of scum they deal with on a regular basis, most of the BAU has done this at one time or another. However, Hotch's is the most frequently seen, and the most legendary. Often precedes or follows the subspecies of AwesomenessByAnalysis known as a Hotchalanche. E.G. (from 4x03, "Minimal Loss"):
-->'''Colorado AG:''' Who the hell are you?\\
'''Hotch:''' I'm Aaron Hotchner, Unit Chief. I'm the guy who's going to tell the attorney general of the United States whether to charge you with obstructing a federal investigation or negligent homicide. (''pause'') Get off my crime scene. (''DEATH GLARE'')
* DCS Foyle from ''Series/FoylesWar'' is a master of the cutting remark, especially against those who garner his contempt rather than his sympathy. But his most effective riposte was to a British pro-fascist politician in "The White Feather". Annoyed that this upstart detective is refusing to let him leave merely because a murder has been committed, the politician asks Foyle if he's Jewish. Foyle just stares coldly at him for a long moment, then walks out without bothering to reply.
* Delenn assumes such a look for seemingly her entire journey from Minbar to ''Series/BabylonFive'' in the episode "Severed Dreams". She chases off an assault fleet from Earth with the stare and the words "Why not? Only one Human captain has ever survived battle with a Minbari fleet. He is behind me. You are in front of me. If you value your lives, ''be somewhere else!''" (Note that when the ''B5'' CMOA page was put to crowner, this moment won.)
** Her death glare reappears in "Atonement" when she figures out how to prevent her inquisitor from forcing her to leave Sheridan.
** And again, with the phrase "end this," when first contact with the Drakh ends in her killing every one of them in sight.
** The [[spoiler:when she is well over 130 years old, on the anniversary of the formation of the InterStellar Alliance, two "historians" and a political pundit gloss over facts and embellish lies to cover the wide gaps in their knowledge of history. They are on Earth. Delenn traveled from Mimbar just to say her husband was a good man and then when they tries to get her to stay, she made each one turn with an impressive glare the likes of which they had never seen.]]
** G'Kar gives Vir ''the mother'' of all death glares before delivering his deathly chilling "dead...dead...dead..." monologue. It was chilling, at least in part, because G'Kar also sliced open his own hand, and was intoning "dead...dead...dead..." as each drop of blood fell to the floor.
** In one episode Sheridan manages to piss of Kosh so much, that he manages to give him a death glare with just the single camera eye of his robot suit.
* One ''Series/HomeImprovement'' episode, appropriately titled "The Look", revolved around the evil glare that wives give their husbands whenever they screw up big time. Or, in [[MommasBoy Al's]] case, mothers to their sons.

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* ''Series/TerminatorTheSarahConnorChronicles'':
** In "Dungeons & Dragons", Charley
''Series/{{Glee}}'': Kurt Hummel has a talk pretty impressive one of these at the best of times. It's been called the "Kurt Hummel Bitchface" on more than one occasion. Combine it with [[RobotGirl Cameron]], a barely-arched eyebrow and compares her to Vick, a deactivated Terminator who she has been casually skinning serial-killer head tilt and bagging. Once he calls her a "very scary robot," [[AlphaBitch Rachel Berry]] will get the normally emotionless message and stoic Cameron gives him back off, eventually. In a sudden Death Glare, sets Vick's "corpse" on fire, and tells him "It's not safe for you here." Charley, understandably, runs the hell away.
** Her death glare is very good for intimidating fellow students as well, though one nerdish boy on Pizza Day seems
rather turned on by the experience. "Hectic!"
** John gives his fair share of death glares later in the series as well; two that come to mind are to the Terminator attempting to kill Bedell
chilling example: When Kurt and to Jesse.
** PlayedForLaughs when John weasels out of doing laundry after making cracks about Cameron being made to do it by handing the basket back to her. [[DudeNotFunny Her look says it all.]]
* ''Series/{{NCIS}}'':
** Gibbs does this in almost every interrogation. His is so powerful you can [[RightBehindMe feel it aimed
Blaine dance at the back of your head]]. Even worst, [=DiNozzo=] is once forced to refuse a call from Gibbs, and he says he can feel the death glare through his phone.
** Ziva also does a fantastic one near
the end of "Prom Queen," it's a CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming -- except for the season five episode "Stakeout".
** Tobias Fornell
part where everyone who isn't [[TrueCompanions the New Directions]] is dead silent and stone-faced.
* ''Series/GossipGirl'': Chuck Bass
has an entirely adequate death glare of his own, usually aimed at [=DiNozzo=]. One time when he and Gibbs tag-team a knack for an interrogation, the subject of their mutual glare starts spilling the beans in ''seconds''.
** Leon Vance is one of the few people immune to the Gibbs Glare, mainly due to having one of his own. When the two of them get into a Glare Down, the backscatter has other characters fleeing the room.
* In ''Series/NoahsArc'' Malik taunts Wade at the wedding about [[spoiler:Noah cheating on Wade with him. Wade delivers several death glares before giving him a solid punch to the face]].
* ''Series/CriminalMinds''. Given the kind of scum they deal with on a regular basis, most of the BAU has done this at one time or another. However, Hotch's is the most frequently seen, and the most legendary. Often precedes or follows the subspecies of AwesomenessByAnalysis known as a Hotchalanche. E.G. (from 4x03, "Minimal Loss"):
-->'''Colorado AG:''' Who the hell are you?\\
'''Hotch:''' I'm Aaron Hotchner, Unit Chief. I'm the guy who's going to tell the attorney general of the United States whether to charge you with obstructing a federal investigation or negligent homicide. (''pause'') Get off my crime scene. (''DEATH GLARE'')
* DCS Foyle from ''Series/FoylesWar'' is a master of the cutting remark, especially against those who garner his contempt rather than his sympathy. But his most effective riposte was to a British pro-fascist politician in "The White Feather". Annoyed that this upstart detective is refusing to let him leave merely because a murder has been committed, the politician asks Foyle if he's Jewish. Foyle just stares coldly at him for a long moment, then walks out without bothering to reply.
* Delenn assumes such a look for seemingly her entire journey from Minbar to ''Series/BabylonFive'' in the episode "Severed Dreams". She chases off an assault fleet from Earth with the stare and the words "Why not? Only one Human captain has ever survived battle with a Minbari fleet. He is behind me. You are in front of me. If you value your lives, ''be somewhere else!''" (Note that when the ''B5'' CMOA page was put to crowner, this moment won.)
** Her death glare reappears in "Atonement" when she figures out how to prevent her inquisitor from forcing her to leave Sheridan.
** And again, with the phrase "end this," when first contact with the Drakh ends in her killing every one of them in sight.
** The [[spoiler:when she is well over 130 years old, on the anniversary of the formation of the InterStellar Alliance, two "historians" and a political pundit gloss over facts and embellish lies to cover the wide gaps in their knowledge of history. They are on Earth. Delenn traveled from Mimbar just to say her husband was a good man and then when they tries to get her to stay, she made each one turn with an impressive glare the likes of which they had never seen.]]
** G'Kar gives Vir ''the mother'' of all death glares before delivering his deathly chilling "dead...dead...dead..." monologue. It was chilling, at least in part, because G'Kar also sliced open his own hand, and was intoning "dead...dead...dead..." as each drop of blood fell to the floor.
** In one episode Sheridan manages to piss of Kosh so much, that he manages to give him a death glare with just the single camera eye of his robot suit.
* One ''Series/HomeImprovement'' episode, appropriately titled "The Look", revolved around the evil glare that wives give their husbands whenever they screw up big time. Or, in [[MommasBoy Al's]] case, mothers to their sons.
it.



* In ''Series/{{Rome}}'' Lucius Vorenus... all the time.
* Malcolm Tucker in ''Series/TheThickOfIt'': "Have I got my Bollocking Face on? No no, ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=89ojjeWBQ-0 this]]'' is my Bollocking Face".
* ''Series/GossipGirl'': Chuck Bass has a knack for it.

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* In ''Series/{{Rome}}'' Lucius Vorenus... all One ''Series/HomeImprovement'' episode, appropriately titled "The Look", revolved around the time.
* Malcolm Tucker
evil glare that wives give their husbands whenever they screw up big time. Or, in ''Series/TheThickOfIt'': "Have I got my Bollocking Face on? No no, ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=89ojjeWBQ-0 this]]'' [[MommasBoy Al's]] case, mothers to their sons.
* ''Series/HoratioHornblower'':
** Horatio Hornblower's eyes are quite expressive when he's seething, and it's very lucky for some sailors, including his superiors, that his look cannot kill. For example, he did not take lightly when Captain Sawyer indirectly caused a lethal accident of one seaman from Horatio's division, and then forced his crew to throw him overboard without a proper funeral.
** Archie Kennedy pulls off a convincing Death Glare when his Berserk Button
is my Bollocking Face".
pressed. He really doesn't like seeing Midshipman Wellard disrespected or treated badly. When common sailors are at fault, he berates them properly, but he cannot do much but stare deadly when the Captain starts showing his insanity or when Mr Bush is reluctant to speak up for Mr Wellard.
* ''Series/GossipGirl'': Chuck Bass Patricia from ''Series/HouseOfAnubis'' tends to give these, which is actually a relatively tame response from her when she's angry. It still scares people though, because she's not the sort of person someone wants to mess with, and she doesn't get over her anger fast. One good example is the look of absolute ''hatred'' she wore when Nina passed her initiation.
** Nina gave them out a lot in the second season due to her newly acquired [[GreenEyedMonster jealous nature,]] most usually directed at Joy. Fabian also received them a few times.
** Fabian himself
has some rather scary one whenever someone manages to make him legitimately angry. It's always a knack for it.bad sign, due to him being a normally kind and quiet person, as it usually means he's [[BewareThNiceOnes about to blow up]] He even spent the entire Season 1 finale glaring at ''Rufus Zeno'', while everyone else was justifiably terrified instead.



* ''Series/DoctorWho'':
** Back in the old series, the Fourth Doctor would occasionally break out the Death Glare if circumstances warranted. In "Genesis of the Daleks", the look he gives the Time Lord who stole his [=TARDIS=] and dropped him on Skaro should have made the guy regenerate on the spot.
** The Ninth Doctor was fond of doing this to badly misbehaving Companions. (Adam in "The Long Game", Rose in "Father's Day", and Jack in "The Doctor Dances") He also managed to stare down some villains this way, at least temporarily. Usually it was just a bluff, though, done when he really had no weapons or way out.
** The Tenth Doctor gave MANY of these. Perhaps the most frightening of them are in "Human Nature"/"Family of Blood" and "Waters of Mars". He also glared a fair bit when he went into TranquilFury mode.
** John Simm's evil Master squint is ''legendary''.
** [[Creator/MattSmith Eleven]] carries on the tradition: he's normally a happy-go-lucky guy who likes his fez and Jammy Dodgers, but if you cross him - well, you'll be wishing a time crack would eat ''you''.
** The very first glimpse audiences had of the [[Creator/PeterCapaldi Twelfth Doctor]]'s face was a tight close-up of his eyes delivering one of these beneath BigOlEyebrows (currently, it's the page image for that trope's Live Action TV subpage). Thanks to his perpetually downcast face, broody CreepyGood nature, disdain for authority in general, and those "attack eyebrows" (as he puts it), it's not just villains who are "treated" to this look when things go awry.
* Michael from ''TheOffice'' busts out the glare from time to time, for example when Dwight went to Jan saying that he should be Regional Manager and then lied, saying he was at the dentist. Michael is usually a complete buffoon, but when he does that glare...he is pretty creepy looking.
* Charlie Harper from ''TwoAndAHalfMen'' is really good at giving these to his brother Alan.
* Reba Hart from ''{{Reba}}'' is also good at this.
* With a healthy dose of PapaWolf, Ed Lane of ''Series/{{Flashpoint}}'' gave one to a cop who was trying to stop him from reaching Parker and subsequently warn him about the investigator [[spoiler: who appeared to targeting Parker with her questions and trying to pin the blame of the mission on him.]]
* This exchange from ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'':
-->'''Willow:''' It's horrible! That's me as a vampire? I'm so evil and... and skanky. And I think I'm kinda gay.\\
'''Buffy:''' Willow, just remember, a vampire's personality has nothing to do with the person it was.\\
'''Angel:''' Well, actually--\\
'''Buffy:''' ''(death glare)''\\
'''Angel:''' --that's a good point.
* A particularly powerful, non-comedic, [[TrueArtIsAngsty angst-filled]] one in ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'' when Dean comes to realize that [[spoiler: Castiel was working with Crowley]]. Let's just say that he takes it [[EtTuBrute quite personally]]: after a quick HeroicBSOD he pulls one of these at Castiel. Made even worse by the fact that Castiel does not notice it and that it was induced, more than by simple, generic anger, by desperation over Castiel's betrayal, which means you have to stare at a seemingly angry Dean knowing he's actually [[NotSoStoic broken-hearted]].
** The Horseman Death himself has a pretty good glare. Although, it's more icy and filled to the brim with the knowledge that he is better than you than it is angry.
* ''{{Series/Deadwood}}'': Creator/TimothyOlyphant is a ''master'' of these. One of his stares can leave a smoking hole in you.
* ''Series/{{Chuck}}'': The Death Glare is John Casey's default face, even when he's happy. Assuming he ever is, it's kinda hard to tell. As long he's not growling he probably won't kill you within the next five seconds.
** The Greta agent in "Chuck Versus the Fear of Death" has a few of these, accompanied by her waving around a [[KnifeNut wickedly sharp knife.]] She and Casey even trade glares in a face-off at the end of the episode.
** Sarah Walker sometimes sends one Chuck's way if he so much as makes a joke about another attractive woman's appearance. The typically happy and jovial Chuck wisely gets quiet really fast.
* Beckett has one of these on permanent standby for whenever Series/{{Castle}} gets snarky about their relationship... or when his theories go too far off the wall.... or when he tries her patience.... or whenever he's talking.
** Lampshaded in "Demons" when ''Ryan'' gets one from Beckett after offering to help Castle investigate the so-called "haunted house":
--->'''Castle:''' Ooh, that's a look.
--->'''Ryan:''' Yeah.
--->'''Castle:''' I get these a lot. Just start walking. Faster. ''[They scurry off]''
* ''Series/SonsOfAnarchy'' enforcer Happy sends a bone chilling glare to Ethan Zobelle and A.J. Weston in the first episode of season 2. The fact that the actor who plays him, David [=LaBrava=], is a real Hells Angel only makes it more terrifying.
* ''Series/{{Glee}}'': Kurt Hummel has a pretty impressive one of these at the best of times. It's been called the "Kurt Hummel Bitchface" on more than one occasion. Combine it with a barely-arched eyebrow and a serial-killer head tilt and [[AlphaBitch Rachel Berry]] will get the message and back off, eventually. In a rather chilling example: When Kurt and Blaine dance at the end of "Prom Queen," it's a CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming -- except for the part where everyone who isn't [[TrueCompanions the New Directions]] is dead silent and stone-faced.
* ''Series/PressGang'''s Lynda Day has a Death Glare as her ''default expression''.
* Both the male leads in ''Series/ChinesePaladin 3'' break out the glare when they're ''seriously'' pissed off. It's not actually easy to get them them, considering that one of them is a GuileHero and the other is TheStoic...but sometimes people do. Common reasons include [[KnightTemplarBigBrother harming Jing Tian's nakama]], trying to make Changqing break his HeroicVow, or bringing about the end of the world.
* ''Series/BreakingBad'''s Walter White turns out to be a master of this. At least once a season he breaks out a mean one. It turns almost to horror when coupled with Bryan Cranston's deep, growling voice.
** [[spoiler:Near the end of Season 4, Hector "Tio" Salamanca gives one hell of a death glare to Gustavo Fring before he sets off a pipe bomb tied to his wheelchair, killing himself and taking Gus with him.]]
* Eliot Spencer from ''Series/{{Leverage}}'' has this down to an art form. One character describes it as "[[BuffySpeak that thing with [his] eyes that scares people.]]"

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* ''Series/DoctorWho'':
** Back in the old series, the Fourth Doctor would occasionally break out the Death Glare if circumstances warranted. In "Genesis of the Daleks", the look he gives the Time Lord who stole his [=TARDIS=] and dropped him on Skaro should have made the guy regenerate on the spot.
**
The Ninth Doctor was fond of doing this to badly misbehaving Companions. (Adam in "The Long Game", Rose in "Father's Day", and Jack in "The Doctor Dances") He also managed to stare down some villains this way, at least temporarily. Usually it was just a bluff, though, done when he really had no weapons or way out.
** The Tenth Doctor gave MANY of these. Perhaps the most frightening of them are in "Human Nature"/"Family of Blood" and "Waters of Mars". He also glared a fair bit when he went into TranquilFury mode.
** John Simm's evil Master squint is ''legendary''.
** [[Creator/MattSmith Eleven]] carries on the tradition: he's normally a happy-go-lucky guy who likes his fez and Jammy Dodgers, but if you cross him - well, you'll be wishing a time crack would eat ''you''.
** The very first glimpse audiences had of the [[Creator/PeterCapaldi Twelfth Doctor]]'s face was a tight close-up of his eyes delivering one of these beneath BigOlEyebrows (currently, it's the page image for that trope's Live Action TV subpage). Thanks to his perpetually downcast face, broody CreepyGood nature, disdain for authority in general, and those "attack eyebrows" (as he puts it), it's not just villains who are "treated" to this look when things go awry.
* Michael from ''TheOffice'' busts out the glare from time to time, for example when Dwight went to Jan saying that he should be Regional Manager and then lied, saying he was at the dentist. Michael is usually a complete buffoon, but when he does that glare...he is pretty creepy looking.
* Charlie Harper from ''TwoAndAHalfMen'' is really good at giving these to his brother Alan.
* Reba Hart from ''{{Reba}}'' is also good at this.
* With a healthy dose of PapaWolf, Ed Lane of ''Series/{{Flashpoint}}'' gave one to a cop who was trying to stop him from reaching Parker and subsequently warn him about the investigator [[spoiler: who appeared to targeting Parker with her questions and trying to pin the blame of the mission on him.]]
* This exchange from ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'':
-->'''Willow:''' It's horrible! That's me as a vampire? I'm so evil and... and skanky. And I think I'm kinda gay.\\
'''Buffy:''' Willow, just remember, a vampire's personality has nothing to do with the person it was.\\
'''Angel:''' Well, actually--\\
'''Buffy:''' ''(death glare)''\\
'''Angel:''' --that's a good point.
* A particularly powerful, non-comedic, [[TrueArtIsAngsty angst-filled]] one in ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'' when Dean comes to realize that [[spoiler: Castiel was working with Crowley]]. Let's just say that he takes it [[EtTuBrute quite personally]]: after a quick HeroicBSOD he pulls one of these at Castiel. Made even worse by the fact that Castiel does not notice it and that it was induced, more than by simple, generic anger, by desperation over Castiel's betrayal, which means you have to stare at a seemingly angry Dean knowing he's actually [[NotSoStoic broken-hearted]].
** The Horseman Death himself has a pretty good glare. Although, it's more icy and filled to the brim with the knowledge that he is better than you than it is angry.
* ''{{Series/Deadwood}}'': Creator/TimothyOlyphant is a ''master'' of these. One of his stares can leave a smoking hole in you.
* ''Series/{{Chuck}}'': The Death Glare is John Casey's default face, even when he's happy. Assuming he ever is, it's kinda hard to tell. As long he's not growling he probably won't kill you within the next five seconds.
** The Greta agent in "Chuck Versus the Fear of Death" has a few of these, accompanied by her waving around a [[KnifeNut wickedly sharp knife.]] She and Casey even trade glares in a face-off at the end of the episode.
** Sarah Walker sometimes sends one Chuck's way if he so much as makes a joke about another attractive woman's appearance. The typically happy and jovial Chuck wisely gets quiet really fast.
* Beckett has one of these on permanent standby for whenever Series/{{Castle}} gets snarky about
Series/ImpracticalJokers presents [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jDCCAflsVi8 Klepto Buffet]]. People take food being stolen off their relationship... or when his theories go too far off the wall.... or when he tries her patience.... or whenever he's talking.
** Lampshaded in "Demons" when ''Ryan'' gets one from Beckett after offering to help Castle investigate the so-called "haunted house":
--->'''Castle:''' Ooh, that's a look.
--->'''Ryan:''' Yeah.
--->'''Castle:''' I get these a lot. Just start walking. Faster. ''[They scurry off]''
plate ''very seriously''.
* ''Series/SonsOfAnarchy'' enforcer Happy sends a bone chilling glare to Ethan Zobelle and Rear Admiral A.J. Weston in the first episode Chegwidden from ''Series/{{JAG}}'' is a master of season 2. this trope. The fact that the actor who plays him, David [=LaBrava=], he is a real Hells Angel only makes it more terrifying.
* ''Series/{{Glee}}'': Kurt Hummel has a pretty impressive one of these at
[[CoolOldGuy former Navy SEAL]] reinforces the best validity of times. It's been called the "Kurt Hummel Bitchface" on more than one occasion. Combine it with a barely-arched eyebrow and a serial-killer head tilt and [[AlphaBitch Rachel Berry]] will get the message and back off, eventually. In a rather chilling example: When Kurt and Blaine dance at the end of "Prom Queen," it's a CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming -- except for the part where everyone who isn't [[TrueCompanions the New Directions]] is dead silent and stone-faced.
* ''Series/PressGang'''s Lynda Day has a Death Glare as her ''default expression''.
* Both the male leads in ''Series/ChinesePaladin 3'' break out the glare when they're ''seriously'' pissed off. It's not actually easy to get them them, considering that one of them is a GuileHero and the other is TheStoic...but sometimes people do. Common reasons include [[KnightTemplarBigBrother harming Jing Tian's nakama]], trying to make Changqing break his HeroicVow, or bringing about the end of the world.
* ''Series/BreakingBad'''s Walter White turns out to be a master of this. At least once a season he breaks out a mean one. It turns almost to horror when coupled with Bryan Cranston's deep, growling voice.
** [[spoiler:Near the end of Season 4, Hector "Tio" Salamanca gives one hell of a death glare to Gustavo Fring before he sets off a pipe bomb tied to his wheelchair, killing himself and taking Gus with him.]]
* Eliot Spencer from ''Series/{{Leverage}}'' has
this down to an art form. One character describes it as "[[BuffySpeak that thing with [his] eyes that scares people.]]"beyond any formal authority.



* Abed pulls off a particularly awesome one in the ''Series/{{Community}}'' episode ''A Fistful of Paintballs''. In fact, it's so awesome it's accompanied by an eagle's scream and hellfire vfx. The recipient drops his gun and runs in terror.
* Leo on ''TheWestWing'' is very capable of these. In the episode "The Lame-Duck Congress", there's a running gag about Donna trying to get first Josh and then Leo to pay more attention to OSHA safety standards in the White House, and Leo's response to her is it costs too much, and she should just "type slower." Later, Margaret, Leo's assistant, is typing a report for him at a snail's pace, and when Leo calls her on it, Margaret reminds him of what he told Donna, and tells him she and the rest of the secretaries are taking that advice to heart:
-->'''Leo:''' Margaret.
-->'''Margaret:''' Yeah.
-->'''Leo:''' Look at my face right now.
-->(''Margaret looks, sees Leo's death glare, goes back to typing normally'')
** President Bartlet was also capable of these, as shown in the episode "Guns Not Butter":
-->'''Bartlet:''' Hey, Zoey's growing up very nicely, isn't she?
-->'''Josh:''' Man, I'll say. (''off Bartlet's death glare'') You know, I go for kiss-ass today and the ball goes in the gutter.
* The Series/ImpracticalJokers presents [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jDCCAflsVi8 Klepto Buffet]]. People take food being stolen off their plate ''very seriously''.
* Rear Admiral A.J. Chegwidden from ''Series/{{JAG}}'' is a master of this trope. The fact that he is a [[CoolOldGuy former Navy SEAL]] reinforces the validity of this beyond any formal authority.
* ''Series/HoratioHornblower'':
** Horatio Hornblower's eyes are quite expressive when he's seething, and it's very lucky for some sailors, including his superiors, that his look cannot kill. For example, he did not take lightly when Captain Sawyer indirectly caused a lethal accident of one seaman from Horatio's division, and then forced his crew to throw him overboard without a proper funeral.
** Archie Kennedy pulls off a convincing Death Glare when his Berserk Button is pressed. He really doesn't like seeing Midshipman Wellard disrespected or treated badly. When common sailors are at fault, he berates them properly, but he cannot do much but stare deadly when the Captain starts showing his insanity or when Mr Bush is reluctant to speak up for Mr Wellard.
* Ruby in ''Series/OnceUponATime'' hands one out whenever her being a werewolf is brought up. Whether it's Charming making a off color comment, Leeroy scared of outsiders finding out about her or Regina insulting her, Ruby reacts all "oh bring ''that'' up" and gets...[[JustForPun sorry,]] huffy.
** Regina is the master of these.

to:

* Abed pulls off a particularly awesome one in the ''Series/{{Community}}'' episode ''A Fistful of Paintballs''. In fact, it's so awesome it's accompanied by Eliot Spencer from ''Series/{{Leverage}}'' has this down to an eagle's scream and hellfire vfx. The recipient drops his gun and runs in terror.
* Leo on ''TheWestWing'' is very capable of these. In the episode "The Lame-Duck Congress", there's a running gag about Donna trying to get first Josh and then Leo to pay more attention to OSHA safety standards in the White House, and Leo's response to her is
art form. One character describes it costs too much, and she should just "type slower." Later, Margaret, Leo's assistant, is typing a report for him at a snail's pace, and when Leo calls her on it, Margaret reminds him of what he told Donna, and tells him she and the rest of the secretaries are taking as "[[BuffySpeak that advice to heart:
-->'''Leo:''' Margaret.
-->'''Margaret:''' Yeah.
-->'''Leo:''' Look at my face right now.
-->(''Margaret looks, sees Leo's death glare, goes back to typing normally'')
** President Bartlet was also capable of these, as shown in the episode "Guns Not Butter":
-->'''Bartlet:''' Hey, Zoey's growing up very nicely, isn't she?
-->'''Josh:''' Man, I'll say. (''off Bartlet's death glare'') You know, I go for kiss-ass today and the ball goes in the gutter.
* The Series/ImpracticalJokers presents [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jDCCAflsVi8 Klepto Buffet]]. People take food being stolen off their plate ''very seriously''.
* Rear Admiral A.J. Chegwidden from ''Series/{{JAG}}'' is a master of this trope. The fact
thing with [his] eyes that he is a [[CoolOldGuy former Navy SEAL]] reinforces the validity of this beyond any formal authority.
* ''Series/HoratioHornblower'':
** Horatio Hornblower's eyes are quite expressive when he's seething, and it's very lucky for some sailors, including his superiors, that his look cannot kill. For example, he did not take lightly when Captain Sawyer indirectly caused a lethal accident of one seaman from Horatio's division, and then forced his crew to throw him overboard without a proper funeral.
** Archie Kennedy pulls off a convincing Death Glare when his Berserk Button is pressed. He really doesn't like seeing Midshipman Wellard disrespected or treated badly. When common sailors are at fault, he berates them properly, but he cannot do much but stare deadly when the Captain starts showing his insanity or when Mr Bush is reluctant to speak up for Mr Wellard.
* Ruby in ''Series/OnceUponATime'' hands one out whenever her being a werewolf is brought up. Whether it's Charming making a off color comment, Leeroy scared of outsiders finding out about her or Regina insulting her, Ruby reacts all "oh bring ''that'' up" and gets...[[JustForPun sorry,]] huffy.
** Regina is the master of these.
scares people.]]"



* ''That's Just Me'': Monica does this after being informed by Tsering the current Biology Honors students don't have to do a super hard project her class did last year. She even grabs a butcher knife and points it at her.
** Elizabeth has these whenever her 'demon self' comes out, which is ironic because normally she can't do them.
** Monica usually has this as her default face, usually when Elizabeth's bugging her. One example was when Elizabeth hid Monica's trumpet and didn't tell her where it was. Monica glares and says: "If you don't find it I'll use your dead body as a baseball bat."
** "That poster is going to be there, haunting you guys." *GLARE* "You know, I've never killed someone by ripping out all of their hair and forcing them to swallow it, but first time for everything!"
* Cam Woolley breaks these out on a regular basis on ''Series/CanadasWorstDriver''.
* Patricia from ''Series/HouseOfAnubis'' tends to give these, which is actually a relatively tame response from her when she's angry. It still scares people though, because she's not the sort of person someone wants to mess with, and she doesn't get over her anger fast. One good example is the look of absolute ''hatred'' she wore when Nina passed her initiation.
** Nina gave them out a lot in the second season due to her newly acquired [[GreenEyedMonster jealous nature,]] most usually directed at Joy. Fabian also received them a few times.
** Fabian himself has some rather scary one whenever someone manages to make him legitimately angry. It's always a bad sign, due to him being a normally kind and quiet person, as it usually means he's [[BewareThNiceOnes about to blow up]] He even spent the entire Season 1 finale glaring at ''Rufus Zeno'', while everyone else was justifiably terrified instead.



* ''Series/{{NCIS}}'':
** Gibbs does this in almost every interrogation. His is so powerful you can [[RightBehindMe feel it aimed at the back of your head]]. Even worst, [=DiNozzo=] is once forced to refuse a call from Gibbs, and he says he can feel the death glare through his phone.
** Ziva also does a fantastic one near the end of the season five episode "Stakeout".
** Tobias Fornell has an entirely adequate death glare of his own, usually aimed at [=DiNozzo=]. One time when he and Gibbs tag-team for an interrogation, the subject of their mutual glare starts spilling the beans in ''seconds''.
** Leon Vance is one of the few people immune to the Gibbs Glare, mainly due to having one of his own. When the two of them get into a Glare Down, the backscatter has other characters fleeing the room.
* In ''Series/NoahsArc'' Malik taunts Wade at the wedding about [[spoiler:Noah cheating on Wade with him. Wade delivers several death glares before giving him a solid punch to the face]].
* Michael from ''Series/TheOfficeUS'' busts out the glare from time to time, for example when Dwight went to Jan saying that he should be Regional Manager and then lied, saying he was at the dentist. Michael is usually a complete buffoon, but when he does that glare...he is pretty creepy looking.
* Ruby in ''Series/OnceUponATime'' hands one out whenever her being a werewolf is brought up. Whether it's Charming making a off color comment, Leeroy scared of outsiders finding out about her or Regina insulting her, Ruby reacts all "oh bring ''that'' up" and gets...[[JustForPun sorry,]] huffy.
** Regina is the master of these.
* ''Series/PressGang'''s Lynda Day has a Death Glare as her ''default expression''.
* Reba Hart from ''Series/{{Reba}}'' is also good at this.
* In ''Series/{{Rome}}'' Lucius Vorenus... all the time.
* Hilariously Parodied and otherwise PlayedWith in ''Series/{{Scrubs}}'', with the Janitor giving J.D. the Death Glare with the song "Film/{{Koyaanisqatsi}}" by Music/PhilipGlass played. When someone walks in between them, he briefly pauses to politely ask him to move out of the way. He later organizes a "group-glare" aimed at Carla, and rebukes Ted because the best Ted can manage is a [[TaremeEyes sad glare]]. See both examples [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KOqtnU2faTc here]].
* Series/{{Sherlock}} pulls off a truly epic one in ''A Scandal in Belgravia''. Upon arriving back at Baker Street to discover evidence of [[spoiler: Mrs. Hudson being held by CIA agents]], he [[SherlockScan fingers the scratches in the wallpaper]], [[AwesomeByAnalysis plays out what happened in his mind]]... and then [[TranquilFury quietly]] [[KubrickStare looks up the staircase]] with eyes that say “People are going to DIE.” Cue ExtremeMeleeRevenge.
** Surprisingly, this is what we saw during the fight with the [[ProfessionalKiller Golem]] in the planetarium when Sherlock is in a headlock [[BerserkButton in an attempt to strangle him or snap his neck]]-and to make matters more scary? [[BadassAdorable John's]] DOING it. Uh-oh. Unfortunately, the gun was knocked out but MAN, he was [[BewareTheNiceOnes PISSED OFF.]]
* ''Series/SonsOfAnarchy'' enforcer Happy sends a bone chilling glare to Ethan Zobelle and A.J. Weston in the first episode of season 2. The fact that the actor who plays him, David [=LaBrava=], is a real Hells Angel only makes it more terrifying.
* ''Series/StargateSG1'':
** Teal'c is the master. In one episode, even though a suspect ''knew'' that Teal'c was only present to intimidate him, he was babbling everything he knew within a minute without a word of questioning being uttered. The scene goes like this: the prisoner is sitting in an interrogation room, handcuffed. Teal'c sits at the table across from him and simply begins glaring at him without ever saying a word. The prisoner immediately catches on that they think Teal'c will intimidate/bully him into talking, saying it won't work. A few more minutes of silent staring later and the guy snaps. (Entering the room whilst subtly reminding his victim that he is probably the strongest person on base simply by flexing his jaw muscles also helps.)
** Daniel has been [[spoiler:turned into a Prior]], and is understandably considered very dangerous. Woolsey informs SG-1 that he's recommended to the President that they kill him. Mitchell stands up and gives him a look, and Woolsey steps behind Landry and stays there for the rest of the scene.
* ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'':
** In "The Die Is Cast", [[MagnificentBastard Garak]] reminisces with his former boss on how he once broke a prisoner during interrogation by simply staring at him from across the table for some lengthy period of time.
--> '''Tain:''' And afterwards he just kept saying "his eyes... his eyes..." I'd never seen anything like it!
** [[ProudWarriorRaceGuy Worf's]] glare has become legendary, as demonstrated by his descendants in "Children of Time":
--> '''Gabriel:''' Are you the Son of Mogh?\\
'''Worf:''' Yes, I am.\\
'''Gabriel:''' Is it true you can kill someone just by looking at them?\\
'''Worf:''' ''({{beat}})'' Only when I am angry.
* Captain Janeway of the ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'' has her own [[FanNickname Glare of Death]] which is the opposite of Janeway's other favorite expression: the [[PuppyDogEyes Gooey Look]].
* ''Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries'':
** Captain Kirk shoots off a pretty good one at Dr. [=McCoy=] in the episode "The Trouble with Tribbles". Doubly impressive in that he's buried up to his chest in dead tribbles at the time. It probably helps that they had to drop those tribbles on Shatner something like 38 times.
** Charlie from "Charlie X" sports one when he's about to whisk someone into oblivion or perform some other horrific act of reality warping.
* ''Series/StarTrekEnterprise'':
** Scott Bakula can be VERY good at the "Death Glare". In the episode where [[ItMakesSenseInContext where religious fundamentalists]] take over the ''Enterprise'' and have killed at least one of his crewmen, Captain Archer gave a very [[SeriousBusiness deadly glare]] at the religious leader sitting in his chair in the Captain's quarters. As the fundamentalist religious leader makes demands to Archer, the glare got even DEADLIER.
** A blooper scene showed Jolene Blalock (playing {{The Spock}}-like T'Pol) forgetting her line and breaking down in nervous giggles when Scott Bakula (playing an evil MirrorUniverse Archer) moves menacingly towards her with his glare on Full Power.
* A particularly powerful, non-comedic, [[TrueArtIsAngsty angst-filled]] one in ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'' when Dean comes to realize that [[spoiler: Castiel was working with Crowley]]. Let's just say that he takes it [[EtTuBrute quite personally]]: after a quick HeroicBSOD he pulls one of these at Castiel. Made even worse by the fact that Castiel does not notice it and that it was induced, more than by simple, generic anger, by desperation over Castiel's betrayal, which means you have to stare at a seemingly angry Dean knowing he's actually [[NotSoStoic broken-hearted]].
** The Horseman Death himself has a pretty good glare. Although, it's more icy and filled to the brim with the knowledge that he is better than you than it is angry.
* ''Series/TerminatorTheSarahConnorChronicles'':
** In "Dungeons & Dragons", Charley has a talk with [[RobotGirl Cameron]], and compares her to Vick, a deactivated Terminator who she has been casually skinning and bagging. Once he calls her a "very scary robot," the normally emotionless and stoic Cameron gives him a sudden Death Glare, sets Vick's "corpse" on fire, and tells him "It's not safe for you here." Charley, understandably, runs the hell away.
** Her death glare is very good for intimidating fellow students as well, though one nerdish boy on Pizza Day seems rather turned on by the experience. "Hectic!"
** John gives his fair share of death glares later in the series as well; two that come to mind are to the Terminator attempting to kill Bedell and to Jesse.
** PlayedForLaughs when John weasels out of doing laundry after making cracks about Cameron being made to do it by handing the basket back to her. [[DudeNotFunny Her look says it all.]]
* ''That's Just Me'': Monica does this after being informed by Tsering the current Biology Honors students don't have to do a super hard project her class did last year. She even grabs a butcher knife and points it at her.
** Elizabeth has these whenever her 'demon self' comes out, which is ironic because normally she can't do them.
** Monica usually has this as her default face, usually when Elizabeth's bugging her. One example was when Elizabeth hid Monica's trumpet and didn't tell her where it was. Monica glares and says: "If you don't find it I'll use your dead body as a baseball bat."
** "That poster is going to be there, haunting you guys." *GLARE* "You know, I've never killed someone by ripping out all of their hair and forcing them to swallow it, but first time for everything!"
* Malcolm Tucker in ''Series/TheThickOfIt'': "Have I got my Bollocking Face on? No no, ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=89ojjeWBQ-0 this]]'' is my Bollocking Face".
* Charlie Harper from ''TwoAndAHalfMen'' is really good at giving these to his brother Alan.
* Leo on ''TheWestWing'' is very capable of these. In the episode "The Lame-Duck Congress", there's a running gag about Donna trying to get first Josh and then Leo to pay more attention to OSHA safety standards in the White House, and Leo's response to her is it costs too much, and she should just "type slower." Later, Margaret, Leo's assistant, is typing a report for him at a snail's pace, and when Leo calls her on it, Margaret reminds him of what he told Donna, and tells him she and the rest of the secretaries are taking that advice to heart:
-->'''Leo:''' Margaret.
-->'''Margaret:''' Yeah.
-->'''Leo:''' Look at my face right now.
-->(''Margaret looks, sees Leo's death glare, goes back to typing normally'')
** President Bartlet was also capable of these, as shown in the episode "Guns Not Butter":
-->'''Bartlet:''' Hey, Zoey's growing up very nicely, isn't she?
-->'''Josh:''' Man, I'll say. (''off Bartlet's death glare'') You know, I go for kiss-ass today and the ball goes in the gutter.



* In the ''WesternAnimation/AdventuresFromTheBookOfVirtues'' episode "Honesty", Plato does one to Socrates [[LamePunReaction in response to a bad pun]].
* ''[[WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfTheGalaxyRangers Galaxy Rangers]]'': Piss off Captain Foxx and you'll get one of these. Even [[SuperSoldier Gooseman]] backs off when the stare comes out. You will not get a second warning before the ArmCannon warms up.
* Franchise/{{Batman}}
** He shows everyone in the Franchise/{{Justice League|of America}} why you listen to his orders and keep your mouth shut about it [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EENaoUiLfV0 here.]]
** If Superman [[BewareTheNiceOnes does this]]... let's just say [[EyeBeams his look could kill]]. [[spoiler:As ComicBook/LexLuthor learned]].
** Many years later, Bruce Wayne still has it in ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond''.
*** Talia al Ghul gives one to Terry for misspelling Ra's al Ghul's name yet strangely does not give one for him calling Ra's al Ghul a psychopath instead settling for [[StunnedSilence a horrified look of shock]]. That's because [[spoiler:it's Ra's al Ghul in Talia's body and would have every reason to be horrified by the notion of him being a psychopath as well as every reason to be annoyed at having his name misspronounced.]]
** Batman gives the two bank robbers an epic one in the opening titles of ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries''.



* ''WesternAnimation/TheSpectacularSpiderMan'': Gwen Stacy doesn't quite have one of these, but she does have "the look" which has roughly the same effect on her (male) friends Peter and Harry. It also apparently works on her dad (though he may have been joking), which is pretty impressive considering he's voiced by ''Creator/ClancyBrown''.
* ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'': Raven has a Death Glare that will make you [[BowelBreakingBricks shit bricks]]. Ask Doctor Light. Beast Boy is apparently immune to it (probably through repeated exposure), as when she gave him one in the episode "Fear Itself", he was unfazed. Occasionally he does back off, it's just that it's not a death glare to him.
** The episode "[[Recap/TeenTitansS2E10Betrayal Betrayal]]" contains a PlayedForDrama example - just after getting a HeelFaceDoorSlam from Beast Boy, the last expression seen on Terra's face as she and Slade slip into the shadows together is an absolutely chilling glare in BB's direction.
* ''SuperRobotMonkeyTeamHyperforceGo'': You do '''''NOT''''' want Nova glaring at you. EVER. Likewise, while this occurs less often, Antauri has quite the death glare when it chooses to come out.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheSpectacularSpiderMan'': Gwen Stacy doesn't quite have one of these, but she does have "the look" which has roughly the same effect on her (male) friends Peter and Harry. It also apparently works on her dad (though he may have been joking), which is pretty impressive considering he's voiced by ''Creator/ClancyBrown''.
* ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'': Raven has a Death Glare that will make you [[BowelBreakingBricks shit bricks]]. Ask Doctor Light. Beast Boy is apparently immune to it (probably through repeated exposure), as when she gave him one in the episode "Fear Itself", he was unfazed. Occasionally he does back off, it's just that it's not a death glare to him.
** The episode "[[Recap/TeenTitansS2E10Betrayal Betrayal]]" contains a PlayedForDrama example - just after getting a HeelFaceDoorSlam
Mr. Sunshine from Beast Boy, the last expression seen on Terra's face as she and Slade slip into the shadows together is an absolutely chilling glare in BB's direction.
* ''SuperRobotMonkeyTeamHyperforceGo'': You do '''''NOT''''' want Nova glaring at you. EVER. Likewise, while
''WesternAnimation/CatDog'' gives everyone he meets this occurs less often, Antauri has quite the death glare when it chooses to come out.because of being a GrumpyBear.



* Franchise/{{Batman}}
** He shows everyone in the Franchise/{{Justice League|of America}} why you listen to his orders and keep your mouth shut about it [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EENaoUiLfV0 here.]]
** If Superman [[BewareTheNiceOnes does this]]... let's just say [[EyeBeams his look could kill]]. [[spoiler:As ComicBook/LexLuthor learned]].
* Many years later, Bruce Wayne still has it in ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond''.
** Talia al Ghul gives one to Terry for misspelling Ra's al Ghul's name yet strangely does not give one for him calling Ra's al Ghul a psychopath instead settling for [[StunnedSilence a horrified look of shock]]. That's because [[spoiler:it's Ra's al Ghul in Talia's body and would have every reason to be horrified by the notion of him being a psychopath as well as every reason to be annoyed at having his name misspronounced.]]
* Batman gives the two bank robbers an epic one in the opening titles of ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries''.

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* Franchise/{{Batman}}
** He shows everyone in the Franchise/{{Justice League|of America}} why you listen to his orders
Max and keep your mouth shut about it [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EENaoUiLfV0 here.]]
** If Superman [[BewareTheNiceOnes does this]]... let's just say [[EyeBeams his look could kill]]. [[spoiler:As ComicBook/LexLuthor learned]].
* Many years later, Bruce Wayne still has it in ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond''.
** Talia al Ghul gives one to Terry for misspelling Ra's al Ghul's name yet strangely does not
P.J. each give one for him calling Ra's al Ghul a psychopath instead settling for [[StunnedSilence a horrified look of shock]]. That's because [[spoiler:it's Ra's al Ghul in Talia's body and would have every reason to be horrified by the notion of him being a psychopath as well as every reason to be annoyed at having his name misspronounced.]]
* Batman gives the two bank robbers an epic
''nasty'' one in the opening titles ''{{WesternAnimation/Goof Troop}}'' episode "Waste Makes Haste", when Pete reveals his ''real'' objective during their recycling gig with Goofy: [[spoiler: To scavenge for a pair of ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries''.missing golden baby shoes that Pete intended to return to the owner... in exchange for a hefty reward he would keep for himself.]] (P.J.'s stare actually borders on something downright [[KubrickStare Kubrickian]].) Goofy, however, appears unfazed by this revelation.



* In the WhamEpisode "Mirror Gem" of ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' Garnet gives one of the most terrifying death glares to [[spoiler:Steven after he accidentally hits her face when she tried to take Lapis Lazuli's mirror.]]
** Pearl also gives one to Steven when he tries to chase after her in "Rose's Scabbard".
** [[BigBad Yellow Diamond]]'s introduction has her back facing the audience, and then slowly turning around to give a terrifying one of these.
* ''WesternAnimation/TotalDrama'':
** Courtney has a fearsome death glare which she regularly gives to both her enemies and her beloved bad boy boyfriend, Duncan.
** Owen earns two of these from Noah in "I See London", the first is even accompanied with a ScareChord.
** [[PerkyGoth Gwen]] had many of these over the course of the series.

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* In the WhamEpisode "Mirror Gem" of ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' Garnet Practical Pig gives everyone (including his brothers) this kind of glare in ''WesternAnimation/HouseOfMouse''.
* In ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'', Pema gives Tenzin
one of for reluctantly allowing Tarrlok to join them for dinner, especially after Tarrlok says that [[SacredHospitality Air Nomads never turned away a hungry guest]]. Moments later, Ikki trumps her mother by giving Tarrlok a longer one, which isn't noticed by those at the most terrifying table but [[FunnyBackgroundEvent noticed by the audience]]. Bonus points added for Ikki's glare looking like Pema's glare.
** Bolin gets one from almost everyone for being InnocentlyInsensitive about Korra losing her bending.
** P'Li gives a rather [[NightmareFuel scary]] one right at the start of "In Harm's Way".
* On ''MissionHill'',
death glares to [[spoiler:Steven after he accidentally hits her face when she tried to take Lapis Lazuli's mirror.]]
** Pearl also gives one to Steven when he tries to chase after her in "Rose's Scabbard".
** [[BigBad Yellow Diamond]]'s introduction has her back facing the audience, and then slowly turning around to give a terrifying one of these.
* ''WesternAnimation/TotalDrama'':
** Courtney has a fearsome death glare which she regularly gives to both her enemies and her beloved bad boy boyfriend, Duncan.
** Owen earns two of these from Noah in "I See London", the first is even
are often accompanied with a ScareChord.
** [[PerkyGoth Gwen]] had many of these over the course
by daggers coming out of the series.person's eyes.



* On ''MissionHill'', death glares are often accompanied by daggers coming out of the person's eyes.



* ''WesternAnimation/{{Wakfu}}'': Ruel's grandmother will give you a Death Glare if you ever say the word "borrow". Or "discount". Or "refund". Or... well, any suggestion you could pay less than her tariff. Even... ''especially'' to her grandson -- he should know better.
* ''[[WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfTheGalaxyRangers Galaxy Rangers]]'': Piss off Captain Foxx and you'll get one of these. Even [[SuperSoldier Gooseman]] backs off when the stare comes out. You will not get a second warning before the ArmCannon warms up.
* ''WesternAnimation/TransformersPrime''. Despite [[TheBlank not having a face]], Soundwave manages to pull this off. [[spoiler: Right before giving Airachnid an epic beatdown.]]
** Back in [[WesternAnimation/TheTransformers Generation 1]], the Decepticons successfully framed the Autobots and made themselves look like the good guys. While Soundwave and his cassettes attended a teen dance, some guy asked "Laserbeak wanna cracker?" No. Laserbeak did ''not'' want a cracker.
* In the ''WesternAnimation/AdventuresFromTheBookOfVirtues'' episode "Honesty", Plato does one to Socrates [[LamePunReaction in response to a bad pun]].
* Max and P.J. each give a ''nasty'' one in the ''{{WesternAnimation/Goof Troop}}'' episode "Waste Makes Haste", when Pete reveals his ''real'' objective during their recycling gig with Goofy: [[spoiler: To scavenge for a pair of missing golden baby shoes that Pete intended to return to the owner... in exchange for a hefty reward he would keep for himself.]] (P.J.'s stare actually borders on something downright [[KubrickStare Kubrickian]].) Goofy, however, appears unfazed by this revelation.

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Wakfu}}'': Ruel's grandmother will give you a Death Glare if you ever say ''WesternAnimation/TheSpectacularSpiderMan'': Gwen Stacy doesn't quite have one of these, but she does have "the look" which has roughly the word "borrow". Or "discount". Or "refund". Or... well, any suggestion you could pay less than same effect on her tariff. Even... ''especially'' to (male) friends Peter and Harry. It also apparently works on her grandson -- dad (though he should know better.
may have been joking), which is pretty impressive considering he's voiced by ''Creator/ClancyBrown''.
* ''[[WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfTheGalaxyRangers Galaxy Rangers]]'': Piss off In the ''WesternAnimation/StarVsTheForcesOfEvil'' episode. ''Monster Arm'', The guy that sat next to star on her right gave her one. Not he still gave her one when she's not sleeping on him.
* ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsTheCloneWars'': In [[Recap/StarWarsTheCloneWarsS4E10CarnageOfKrell "Carnage of Krell"]],
Captain Foxx Rex and you'll [[GeneralRipper General Krell]] at one point briefly get into what can only be described as a "glare-off"[[labelnote:*]]Complete with Krell, a hulking Besalisk, bending over to get right into Rex's face[[/labelnote]], and if they hadn't been interrupted by a conveniently-timed transmission things might have gotten ''very interesting'' in that control room.
* In the WhamEpisode "Mirror Gem" of ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' Garnet gives
one of these. Even [[SuperSoldier Gooseman]] backs off the most terrifying death glares to [[spoiler:Steven after he accidentally hits her face when the stare comes out. You will not get a second warning before the ArmCannon warms up.
* ''WesternAnimation/TransformersPrime''. Despite [[TheBlank not having a face]], Soundwave manages
she tried to pull this off. [[spoiler: Right before giving Airachnid an epic beatdown.take Lapis Lazuli's mirror.]]
** Back Pearl also gives one to Steven when he tries to chase after her in [[WesternAnimation/TheTransformers Generation 1]], "Rose's Scabbard".
** [[BigBad Yellow Diamond]]'s introduction has her back facing
the Decepticons successfully framed the Autobots audience, and made themselves look like the good guys. While Soundwave and his cassettes attended then slowly turning around to give a teen dance, some guy asked "Laserbeak wanna cracker?" No. Laserbeak did ''not'' terrifying one of these.
* ''SuperRobotMonkeyTeamHyperforceGo'': You do '''''NOT'''''
want a cracker.
Nova glaring at you. EVER. Likewise, while this occurs less often, Antauri has quite the death glare when it chooses to come out.
* In the ''WesternAnimation/AdventuresFromTheBookOfVirtues'' an episode "Honesty", Plato does one to Socrates [[LamePunReaction in response to a bad pun]].
* Max
of the 2012 [[WesternAnimation/{{Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2012}} [=Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2012)=]]]'' Leo, Donnie, and P.J. each give Raph do this to Mikey on several occasions.
* ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'': Raven has
a ''nasty'' Death Glare that will make you [[BowelBreakingBricks shit bricks]]. Ask Doctor Light. Beast Boy is apparently immune to it (probably through repeated exposure), as when she gave him one in the ''{{WesternAnimation/Goof Troop}}'' episode "Waste Makes Haste", when Pete reveals his ''real'' objective during their recycling gig with Goofy: [[spoiler: To scavenge for a pair of missing golden baby shoes "Fear Itself", he was unfazed. Occasionally he does back off, it's just that Pete intended it's not a death glare to return him.
** The episode "[[Recap/TeenTitansS2E10Betrayal Betrayal]]" contains a PlayedForDrama example - just after getting a HeelFaceDoorSlam from Beast Boy, the last expression seen on Terra's face as she and Slade slip into the shadows together is an absolutely chilling glare in BB's direction.
* In the CGI era of ''WesternAnimation/ThomasTheTankEngine'', The Fat Controller has given these
to the owner... engines on occasions when they get out of line. One example includes in exchange for a hefty reward "Duck and the Slip Coaches" where he would keep for himself.]] (P.J.'s stare actually borders gave one to James after finding out that he stole Duck's idea on something downright [[KubrickStare Kubrickian]].) Goofy, however, appears unfazed by this revelation.the Slip Coaches. Cue James' "Oh, Crap!" Smile.



* In an episode of the 2012 [[WesternAnimation/{{Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2012}} [=Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2012)=]]]'' Leo, Donnie, and Raph do this to Mikey on several occasions.
* In ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'', Pema gives Tenzin one for reluctantly allowing Tarrlok to join them for dinner, especially after Tarrlok says that [[SacredHospitality Air Nomads never turned away a hungry guest]]. Moments later, Ikki trumps her mother by giving Tarrlok a longer one, which isn't noticed by those at the table but [[FunnyBackgroundEvent noticed by the audience]]. Bonus points added for Ikki's glare looking like Pema's glare.
** Bolin gets one from almost everyone for being InnocentlyInsensitive about Korra losing her bending.
** P'Li gives a rather [[NightmareFuel scary]] one right at the start of "In Harm's Way".
* Mr. Sunshine from ''WesternAnimation/CatDog'' gives everyone he meets this because of being a GrumpyBear.
* Practical Pig gives everyone (including his brothers) this kind of glare in ''WesternAnimation/HouseOfMouse''.
* In the ''WesternAnimation/StarVsTheForcesOfEvil'' episode. ''Monster Arm'', The guy that sat next to star on her right gave her one. Not he still gave her one when she's not sleeping on him.

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* In an episode ''WesternAnimation/TotalDrama'':
** Courtney has a fearsome death glare which she regularly gives to both her enemies and her beloved bad boy boyfriend, Duncan.
** Owen earns two of these from Noah in "I See London", the first is even accompanied with a ScareChord.
** [[PerkyGoth Gwen]] had many of these over the course
of the 2012 [[WesternAnimation/{{Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2012}} [=Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2012)=]]]'' Leo, Donnie, and Raph do series.
* ''WesternAnimation/TransformersPrime''. Despite [[TheBlank not having a face]], Soundwave manages to pull
this to Mikey on several occasions.
* In ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'', Pema gives Tenzin one for reluctantly allowing Tarrlok to join them for dinner, especially after Tarrlok says that [[SacredHospitality Air Nomads never turned away a hungry guest]]. Moments later, Ikki trumps her mother by
off. [[spoiler: Right before giving Tarrlok a longer one, which isn't noticed by those at Airachnid an epic beatdown.]]
** Back in [[WesternAnimation/TheTransformers Generation 1]],
the table but [[FunnyBackgroundEvent noticed by Decepticons successfully framed the audience]]. Bonus points added for Ikki's glare looking Autobots and made themselves look like Pema's glare.
** Bolin gets one from almost everyone for being InnocentlyInsensitive about Korra losing
the good guys. While Soundwave and his cassettes attended a teen dance, some guy asked "Laserbeak wanna cracker?" No. Laserbeak did ''not'' want a cracker.
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Wakfu}}'': Ruel's grandmother will give you a Death Glare if you ever say the word "borrow". Or "discount". Or "refund". Or... well, any suggestion you could pay less than
her bending.
** P'Li gives a rather [[NightmareFuel scary]] one right at the start of "In Harm's Way".
* Mr. Sunshine from ''WesternAnimation/CatDog'' gives everyone he meets this because of being a GrumpyBear.
* Practical Pig gives everyone (including his brothers) this kind of glare in ''WesternAnimation/HouseOfMouse''.
* In the ''WesternAnimation/StarVsTheForcesOfEvil'' episode. ''Monster Arm'', The guy that sat next
tariff. Even... ''especially'' to star on her right gave her one. Not grandson -- he still gave her one when she's not sleeping on him.should know better.



* ''WesternAnimation/AnAmericanTail: Fievel Goes West''. Weaponized with "The Laaaaaaaaazy Eye!", the eye-popping glare that [[RetiredGunfighter Wylie Burp]] teaches to Tiger.
* In the CGI era of ''WesternAnimation/ThomasTheTankEngine'', The Fat Controller has given these to the engines on occasions when they get out of line. One example includes in "Duck and the Slip Coaches" where he gave one to James after finding out that he stole Duck's idea on the Slip Coaches. Cue James' "Oh, Crap!" Smile.
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* Rocky gives one to Drago after [[spoiler: Drago kills Apollo]] in ''[[Franchise/{{Rocky}} Rocky IV]]''.

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* Rocky gives one to Drago after [[spoiler: Drago kills Apollo]] in ''[[Franchise/{{Rocky}} Rocky IV]]''.''Film/RockyIV''.



'''Marten:''' Jesus, I thought she was gonna go all ''Temple of Doom'' on you and [[BeatStillMyHeart pull your heart out through your chest]]!

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'''Marten:''' Jesus, I thought she was gonna go all ''Temple ''[[Film/IndianaJonesAndTheTempleOfDoom Temple of Doom'' Doom]]'' on you and [[BeatStillMyHeart pull your heart out through your chest]]!
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