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19th Jul '17 7:21:41 PM darkemyst
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* In ''Webcomic/TheSilverEye'', certain character's have eye colours that will change with extreme emotion. This is a sign that they are descended from the Nedarians. If the Nedarian ancestors in question are Melete and Syllor Dolan, they will change to blue or black, and if they are Sienna and Augustine Lewis, they will change to red or brown.
* In ''Webcomic/HeroOhHero'', someone looking at a menu has their eyes shift to the colour of the menu (with a [[ExpositionDiagram picture of the menu hanging in mid air for the audience's benefit]]). Secretary Wu-Cha also has her eyes flash different colours when she's using her StatOVision.
* While it has not been explicitly seen yet, in ''Webcomic/ElGoonishShive'' eye color change is mentioned as one of the potential side-effects of a "burnout," when a magic user uses too much magic, and [[BroughtDownToNormal temporarily loses access to their powers.]]


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* In ''Webcomic/CharbyTheVampirate'' Zeno's eyes change from yellow to glowing red when he is possessed and controlled by the wraith.
* In ''Webcomic/HeroOhHero'', someone looking at a menu has their eyes shift to the colour of the menu (with a [[ExpositionDiagram picture of the menu hanging in mid air for the audience's benefit]]). Secretary Wu-Cha also has her eyes flash different colours when she's using her StatOVision.
* While it has not been explicitly seen yet, in ''Webcomic/ElGoonishShive'' eye color change is mentioned as one of the potential side-effects of a "burnout," when a magic user uses too much magic, and [[BroughtDownToNormal temporarily loses access to their powers.]]
27th Jun '17 10:06:19 AM thatmadork
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*** Her eyes also seem to turn a lighter shade of lilac whenever she's depressed and upset.
22nd May '17 9:14:05 AM Malady
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Supertrope to KaleidoscopeEyes which is about eyes working as mood rings. Does not apply to a AdaptationDyeJob. See also ConvenientColorChange, GameFace, EyeLightsOut and DemonicPossession. A frequent feature of MindControlEyes.

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Supertrope to KaleidoscopeEyes which is about eyes working as mood rings.MoodRingEyes. Does not apply to a AdaptationDyeJob. See also ConvenientColorChange, GameFace, EyeLightsOut and DemonicPossession. A frequent feature of MindControlEyes.


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* ''Literature/AllieBeckstrom'': In ''Magic to the Bone'', Zayvion has Brown Eyes with flecks of gold... until he leaves the magic grid, whereupon they turn brown. When he drives back, his eyes turn pure gold with flecks of brown.
23rd Apr '17 2:44:10 PM nombretomado
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* ''Franchise/TalesSeries''

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17th Apr '17 10:04:33 AM TNTiger
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* ''Webcomic/GrimTrigger'': Tage's eyes have been shown as red instead of brown on three different occasions so far. First in the book 1 cover, second in book 3, and last in the credits for the 1000CC arc. The cause hasn't been explained yet, but whenever it happens, he looks incredibly distressed.
26th Mar '17 8:37:22 PM Kayube
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* Judge Doom from ''Film/WhoFramedRogerRabbit'' has brown eyes up until [[spoiler:he gets squashed by a steamroller, revealing him to be a toon]], at which point his natural {{red eyes|TakeWarning}} appear. This is also the point he stops being calm and collected and starts acting outright psychotic.


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* Judge Doom from ''Film/WhoFramedRogerRabbit'' has brown eyes up until [[spoiler:he gets squashed by a steamroller, revealing him to be a toon]], at which point his natural {{red eyes|TakeWarning}} appear. This is also the point he stops being calm and collected and starts acting outright psychotic.
26th Mar '17 8:32:14 PM SpocktorWho
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* Solid-coloured eyes are used to show demonic possession on ''Series/{{Supernatural}}''. Showing them, rather than the natural eye colour, is voluntary for the demon so it is used for shock value (both in universe and for the audience). Low-level demons use black; more powerful ones get more colourful options such as yellow or white.

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Solid-coloured eyes are used to show demonic possession on ''Series/{{Supernatural}}''.possession. Showing them, rather than the natural eye colour, is voluntary for the demon so it is used for shock value (both in universe and for the audience). Low-level demons use black; more powerful ones get more colourful options such as yellow or white. white.
** Angels will sometimes change the eye color of their vessel's body to a bright blue. Notably in season nine, [[spoiler:Sam's eyes glowed blue when Gadreel took over, so it was easier for Dean (and the audience) to know who he was talking to.]] Though his vessel's eyes are blue to begin with, Castiel tends to pull out [[GlowingEyesOfDoom the glowy version]] as an intimidation tactic.
26th Mar '17 7:33:01 PM DarkPhoenix94
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26th Mar '17 3:27:59 PM DarkPhoenix94
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* This happens a ''lot'' in ''Fanfic/ChildOfTheStorm''.
** Harry's eyes go solid gold when seriously accessing his psychic abilities, or sometimes just flash gold briefly if it's something small, red when [[spoiler: possessed by Chthon]] and white when [[spoiler: possessed by the Phoenix.]]
** Jean Grey's eyes go amber-red under similar circumstances or when Harry is [[spoiler: accessing the Phoenix.]]
** And [[spoiler: Maddie's]] eyes go bluish-white under the same circumstances.
** Thor's eyes go electric blue when he's ''really'' pissed off.
** Gravemoss' eyes go red when [[spoiler: he's possessed by Chthon.]]
12th Feb '17 10:06:37 PM omble567yahoocom
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* ''Webcomic/VioletZombie'': In life, Penelope Martinez's eyes had hazel-brown irises. Upon her resurrection as Penelope Mortinez, the irises are bluish-white, which is caused by loss of pigmentation after death.
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