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15th Jul '16 1:31:22 AM PaulA
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* The grim oracles in ''Film/ClashOfTheTitans'' had no eyes, but traded a single crystal between them to see. This is based on the mythical Graeae, or 'Grey Ones'--three women who were born old, with one eye and one tooth between them.

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* The grim oracles in ''Film/ClashOfTheTitans'' ''Film/{{Clash of the Titans|1981}}'' had no eyes, but traded a single crystal between them to see. This is based on the mythical Graeae, or 'Grey Ones'--three women who were born old, with one eye and one tooth between them.
2nd Jul '16 12:05:42 AM DastardlyDemolition
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2nd Jul '16 12:04:57 AM DastardlyDemolition
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* The Ohaguro-bettari {{yokai}} from Japan look like pretty women from behind or from the side, but when they turn around all they have is a huge mouth with black teeth. They enjoy scarring the shit out of young and married men for laughs.





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\n* ''VideoGame/YokaiWatch'' has Chatalie and Nagitha. Chatalie, based on the Kuchisake-onna, is a yokai with a fat head and even fatter mouth, forcing those she inspirits to make big claims they cant/won't follow up on. Nagitha, based on the Ohaguro-bettari, nags and complains constantly and so does anyone she inspirits. Both of them look like small imps with huge mouths, large heads with BlindingBangs, and small bodies.

3rd Jun '16 1:39:56 AM Harmonex
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* Does the ''[[http://ursulav.deviantart.com/art/The-Biting-Pear-of-Salamanca-29677500 Biting Pear of Salamanca]]'', aka the [[MemeticMutation LOL WUT Pear]] belong here?
** Well, the "creepy" factor comes from the fact that it has ANY facial features when it shouldn't, not the other way around...
31st May '16 5:21:14 AM Doug86
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** A (not necessarily easy to believe) story featured in a '''very''' old issue of the Mexican magazine "Semanario de lo Insólito" was about a boy named Ivan, who lived in the post-WorldWarOne Eastern Europe and suffered of this condition. The illustrations showed him as a normal kid... but with empty eye sockets.

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** A (not necessarily easy to believe) story featured in a '''very''' old issue of the Mexican magazine "Semanario de lo Insólito" was about a boy named Ivan, who lived in the post-WorldWarOne post-UsefulNotes/WorldWarI Eastern Europe and suffered of this condition. The illustrations showed him as a normal kid... but with empty eye sockets.
29th May '16 4:39:19 AM Doug86
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* ''Comicbook/{{X-Men}}'' villainess Destiny was a BlindSeer who wore an eyeless mask, which Spiral used for terrifying purposes when she literally nailed the mask onto X-Man Dazzler's face during the Fall of the Mutants X-Over in order to keep Dazzler from using her eyebeam laser attack.

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* ''Comicbook/{{X-Men}}'' ''Comicbook/XMen'' villainess Destiny was a BlindSeer who wore an eyeless mask, which Spiral used for terrifying purposes when she literally nailed the mask onto X-Man Dazzler's face during the Fall of the Mutants X-Over in order to keep Dazzler from using her eyebeam laser attack.
2nd Apr '16 5:36:21 PM Orbiting
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** It does seem likely that Becquerel has no eyes, since the only difference between him and [[spoiler:Harley]] is the eyes. Given that Scratch and the [=GCat=] seem to lack eyes too, and Jadesprite complained of the Green Sun's light in her eyes, it's entirely possible that all First Guardians are engineered without eyes.
** There are a couple of [[StylisticSelfParody Stylistic Self Parodies]] that depict john and jake having no eyes when they get their glasses knocked off.

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** It does seem likely that Becquerel has no eyes, since the only difference between him and [[spoiler:Harley]] is the eyes. Given that Doc Scratch and the [=GCat=] seem to lack eyes too, and Jadesprite complained of the Green Sun's light in her eyes, it's entirely possible that all First Guardians are engineered without eyes.
** There are a couple of [[StylisticSelfParody Stylistic Self Parodies]] that depict john John and jake Jake having no eyes when they get their glasses knocked off.
16th Mar '16 7:29:29 PM theek01
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* Tom, from ''WebAnimation{{Eddsworld}}'' has two large holes where his eyes should be. Somehow he can still see. His dad was a bowling ball and his mom was a watermelon, justifying his lack of eyes.

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* Tom, Tom from ''WebAnimation{{Eddsworld}}'' ''WebAnimation/{{Eddsworld}}'' has two large holes where his eyes should be. Somehow he can still see. His dad was a bowling ball and his mom was a watermelon, justifying his lack of eyes.
12th Mar '16 8:43:21 AM ading
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'''Eyeless Hermes''': "...'''Ever'''." [[note]]When they never had eyesight to begin with, how do they know of the concept of "seeing"??[[/note]]

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'''Eyeless Hermes''': "...'''Ever'''." [[note]]When they never had eyesight to begin with, how do they know of the concept of "seeing"??[[/note]]"seeing"?? Possibly it's only Earth life which is affected, and the many alien races that exist in the Futurama-verse can still see just fine.[[/note]]
26th Feb '16 9:18:25 AM MetaFour
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* Music/DanielAmos, on the cover of their album ''¡Alarma!''.

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* Music/DanielAmos, Music/DanielAmos are pictured on the cover of their album ''¡Alarma!''.''Music/{{Alarma}}'' with their eyes airbrushed away. This gets a CallBack on the followup album, ''Music/{{Doppelganger}}'', where the first track has the lyrics:
-->Where have the eyes gone? One finds no eyes here.
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