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3rd Dec '16 6:09:08 AM Morgenthaler
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* Argos, or Argus [[BilingualBonus Pano]][[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin ptes]], of [[Myth/GreekMythology Greek myth]], had eyes all over his body, and he kept a constant watch by sleeping only some of them at a time. He was pretty {{Badass}} too. Argos was the one who slew Echidna, the mother of all monsters.

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* Argos, or Argus [[BilingualBonus Pano]][[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin ptes]], of [[Myth/GreekMythology Greek myth]], had eyes all over his body, and he kept a constant watch by sleeping only some of them at a time. He was pretty {{Badass}} badass too. Argos was the one who slew Echidna, the mother of all monsters.
28th Nov '16 9:05:20 PM WhoTheWhatNow
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* Normally, the ''VideoGame/{{Patapon}}'' series wouldn't entirely count, since the eyes are essentially their bodies. But Arch Pandara, the final boss slash ultimate EldritchAbomination of Patapon 3, has five eyes and none of them are on its face: there are two in its palms, two on the backs of its elbows, and one in the very middle of its waist. It looks even more ''off'' when compared to the heroes.
19th Oct '16 12:07:10 PM h4amarch
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** Subverted with Astigmatism: what appears to be a single, large eye taking up most of their body is actually their mouth; their real eyes are actually where you'd expect them to be (by human facial anatomical standards, anyway).
2nd Oct '16 1:57:03 PM ZimFan89
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** During the first season finale, as the cabin from the movies turns into a full-blown EldritchLocation, a large eye appears on one of its walls.
17th Sep '16 8:16:25 AM ElectricBoogaloo
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* In the 1993 movie ''Film/KamenRiderZO'', there's a bat monster whose eyes are on its palm, much like the Pale Man seen above.
3rd Sep '16 5:06:33 AM 1810072342
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* ''Webcomic/TheSanityCircus'':
** Sammy Talbot's eyes ''extend out of his skull''.
** Spycrows don't have eyes in their faces, but do have giant staring one in their chests instead.
31st Aug '16 7:09:27 PM Phys101
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Eyes in places where they just don't belong are a good way to [[NightmareFuel creep people out]]. The palms of your hands are a particularly frequent place to put them, but they can be anywhere on the body.

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Eyes in places where they just don't belong are a good way to [[NauseaFuel creep]] [[NightmareFuel creep people out]]. The palms of your hands are a particularly frequent place to put them, but they can be anywhere on the body.
22nd Aug '16 7:48:56 PM CurledUpWithDakka
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** Taken UptoEleven in chapter 700+5 of the New Era's Gaiden series, [[spoiler: the new BigBad not only has a whole armful of Sharigan like Danzo, he also has several on the back, the side and the top of his head.]]

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** Taken UptoEleven UpToEleven in chapter 700+5 of the New Era's Gaiden series, [[spoiler: the new BigBad not only has a whole armful of Sharigan like Danzo, he also has several on the back, the side and the top of his head.]]
11th Aug '16 4:02:56 AM MarqFJA
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Subtrope of BodyHorror.
See also EyelessFace, FacelessEye and TheWallsHaveEyes. May overlap with EldritchAbomination. Contrast ThirdEye.

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Subtrope of BodyHorror.
BodyHorror. See also EyelessFace, FacelessEye and TheWallsHaveEyes. May overlap with EldritchAbomination.EldritchAbomination and ExtraEyes. Contrast ThirdEye.
31st Jul '16 5:20:27 PM nombretomado
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* There was once a minor [[{{DCU}} DC]] villain called the Ten-Eyed Man. His only power was having an eye on each of his fingers (he was blinded, so his optic nerves were 'rerouted' to his hands.) Hilariously, the story tried to play this straight as a real threat, with police officers noting "He could easily escape from jail if we didn't constantly keep his hands in a dark box!" The concept was later reincarnated by an author who was a fan of the original character; now, however, it is an entire group of "Ten-Eyed Men" with actual mystical powers. The freaky eyes seem to grant them supernatural sight (and are magic tattoos instead of actual eyeballs). Batman encountered them in ''ComicBook/FiftyTwo''.

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* There was once a minor [[{{DCU}} [[Franchise/{{DCU}} DC]] villain called the Ten-Eyed Man. His only power was having an eye on each of his fingers (he was blinded, so his optic nerves were 'rerouted' to his hands.) Hilariously, the story tried to play this straight as a real threat, with police officers noting "He could easily escape from jail if we didn't constantly keep his hands in a dark box!" The concept was later reincarnated by an author who was a fan of the original character; now, however, it is an entire group of "Ten-Eyed Men" with actual mystical powers. The freaky eyes seem to grant them supernatural sight (and are magic tattoos instead of actual eyeballs). Batman encountered them in ''ComicBook/FiftyTwo''.
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