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25th Jun '16 8:43:44 PM nombretomado
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* The portrait for Jaheira from ''BaldursGate'' could be interpreted as giving a Death Glare; at any rate, knowing her character, it's easy to imagine her dealing them out to everyone. ([[http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Jaheira The second portrait on this page, if you're wondering.]])

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* The portrait for Jaheira from ''BaldursGate'' ''VideoGame/BaldursGate'' could be interpreted as giving a Death Glare; at any rate, knowing her character, it's easy to imagine her dealing them out to everyone. ([[http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Jaheira The second portrait on this page, if you're wondering.]])
22nd Jun '16 10:37:42 AM BulletproofLlama
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* In ''WesternAnimation/DespicableMe'', Gru is prone to these at a few points in the story, the most notable one is when he finds the girls and two of the Minions playing and messing about with rolls of toilet paper in the living room. [[spoiler: He also briefly gives one to an unscrupulous theme park employee before destroying a rigged game stall to get a fluffy unicorn prize for Agnes, which is the start of his HeelFaceTurn as he begins to care about the girls. His death glares are amplified when he later on goes to rescue the girls from Vector.]] Mr Perkins, the owner of the Bank of Evil gives some pretty menacing ones.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/DespicableMe'', Gru is prone to these at a few points in the story, the most notable notable, and funniest one is when he finds the girls and two of the Minions playing and messing about with rolls of toilet paper in the living room. [[spoiler: He also briefly gives one to an unscrupulous theme park employee before destroying a rigged game stall to get a fluffy unicorn prize for Agnes, which is the start of his HeelFaceTurn as he begins to care about the girls. His death glares are amplified when he later on goes to rescue the girls from Vector.]] Mr Perkins, the owner of the Bank of Evil gives some pretty menacing ones.
20th Jun '16 7:40:52 AM 1Thunderfire
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** In ''VideoGame/KirbyPlanetRobobot'', Kirby gives [[TheDragon Susie]] an epic glare when told that the people of Pop Star have been considered 'obstacles' to the Haltmann Works Company's business plans. He also glares at Haltmann during his fight. In fact, Kirby has a few extra glares in this game, appropriate considering its DarkerAndEdgier status.
18th Jun '16 6:08:18 AM Monolaf317
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* In ''WebAnimation/TheMostPopularGirlsInSchool'', Episode 51; when Cameron van Buren flirts with Darren Darabond, his wife gives this trope:
-->'''Darren''': I think we should probably keep this uh, appropriate. After all, I am a United States Senator, and a HappilyMarried man. Also, my wife is looking directly at you. Very aggressively.
16th Jun '16 12:58:39 AM Ghostninja109
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* An episode in the first season of ''Anime/HellGirl'' VillainOfTheWeek Gil de l'Enfer on the receiving end of one from the normally [[EmotionlessGirl extremely]] [[TheStoic stoic]] [[TheFerryMan Ai Enma]] herself. It's the most emotion she ever shows until the last three episodes. Gil had been bragging about how he took bloody revenge from beyond the grave after he was killed by his family for having supernatural powers. A later episode revealed that [[spoiler:Ai did the exact same thing to her village when the villagers used her and her family for HumanSacrifice and the second season reveals the her being the Hell Girl is actually an IronicHell for having done so]], so she had a pretty good reason to be angry.

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* An episode in the first season of ''Anime/HellGirl'' ''Anime/HellGirl'', VillainOfTheWeek Gil de l'Enfer on the receiving end of one from the normally [[EmotionlessGirl extremely]] [[TheStoic stoic]] [[TheFerryMan Ai Enma]] herself. It's the most emotion she ever shows until the last three episodes. Gil had been bragging about how he took bloody revenge from beyond the grave after he was killed by his family for having supernatural powers. A later episode revealed that [[spoiler:Ai did the exact same thing to her village when the villagers used her and her family for HumanSacrifice and the second season reveals the her being the Hell Girl is actually an IronicHell for having done so]], so she had a pretty good reason to be angry.
16th Jun '16 12:57:59 AM Ghostninja109
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* An episode in the first season of ''Anime/HellGirl'' VillainOfTheWeek Gil de l'Enfer on the receiving end of one from the normally [[EmotionlessGirl extremely]] [[TheStoic stoic]] [[TheFerryMan Ai Enma]] herself. It's the most emotion she ever shows until the last three episodes. Gil had been bragging about how he took bloody revenge from beyond the grave after he was killed by his family for having supernatural powers. A later episode revealed that [[spoiler:Ai did the exact same thing to her village when the villagers used her and her family for HumanSacrifice and the second season reveals the her being the Hell Girl is actually an IronicHell for having done so]], so she had a pretty good reason to be angry.
30th May '16 5:52:27 PM JMQwilleran
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* On ''WesternAnimation/WonderPets'', Linny gives [[DeadpanSnarker Ming-Ming]] one when, in "Save the Visitor!", Ming-Ming suggests of the Visitor, "Maybe he's a guinea pig. He sure eats like one." (Linny is a guinea pig.)
30th May '16 4:44:24 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* Richard from ''TheSwordOfTruth'' throws these around fairly frequently. It's apparently a trait common to the [[spoiler:Rahl]] family. The novel ''Blood of the Fold'' has a scene where Richard silences a near-riotous crowd by glaring at them.

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* Richard from ''TheSwordOfTruth'' ''Literature/TheSwordOfTruth'' throws these around fairly frequently. It's apparently a trait common to the [[spoiler:Rahl]] family. The novel ''Blood of the Fold'' has a scene where Richard silences a near-riotous crowd by glaring at them.
23rd May '16 11:09:50 AM TeraChimera
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* John gives a pretty good one to Iosef in the bathhouse of the Red Circle club in ''Film/JohnWick'', to the point that Iosef has a gun but is too terrified to aim at John. For bonus points, John's pinning down a mook during this and, without breaking his glare with Iosef, shoots the mook in the head.
22nd May '16 10:27:45 AM TMK87
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** [[http://www.tunturisusi.com/kissat/kuva437.jpg Another]] cute little kitty here.
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