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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''.
28th Jul '16 8:23:21 AM ReikoKazama
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** The cursed sword [[{{BFS}} Soul Edge]] has a single glaring eye somewhere, no matter what shape it takes.
*** Bar a few where it's impossible to place an eye where it wouldn't be held or use directly in common attacks, such as Maxi's nunchucks and Tarra's ring of death (she spins it all around her to she holds on to all sides at one point). but generally it will sprout an eye when possible.

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** The cursed sword [[{{BFS}} Soul Edge]] has a single glaring eye somewhere, no matter what shape it takes.
*** Bar
takes, bar a few where it's impossible to place an eye where it wouldn't be held or use directly in common attacks, such as Maxi's nunchucks and Tarra's Tira's ring of death (she spins it all around her to she holds on to all sides at one point). but death. But generally it will sprout an eye when possible.
25th Jul '16 4:07:27 PM SilverSupernova
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** Anything possessed by Dark Matter usually ends up with this trope applying in some manner. Most famously, King Dedede sprouts an eye on his stomach (which occasionally transforms into a mouth because... reasons?) and in Kirby 64, a Dark Matter-possessed Waddle Dee grows an eye that covers his entire face, making he look like a Waddle Doo minus the beam ability.
15th Jul '16 1:31:59 AM PaulA
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* And predating both were the Stygian Witches in ''Film/ClashOfTheTitans'', who had to ''share'' a single (magical) eye between the three of them.

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* And predating both were the Stygian Witches in ''Film/ClashOfTheTitans'', ''Film/{{Clash of the Titans|1981}}'', who had to ''share'' a single (magical) eye between the three of them.
6th Jul '16 11:27:42 PM Rorosilky5
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** There are also the Grab Hands ([[spoiler:which belong to none other than Dark Crafter]]) in ''VideoGame/KirbyAndTheRainbowCurse''. [[spoiler:Dark Crafter himself also has a pair of sunglasses over his single eye. It could be that these shades are actually his real eyes.]]

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** There are also the Grab Hands ([[spoiler:which (which belong to none other than Dark [[spoiler:Dark Crafter]]) in ''VideoGame/KirbyAndTheRainbowCurse''. [[spoiler:Dark Crafter himself also has a pair of sunglasses over his single eye. It could be that these shades are actually his real eyes.]]
6th Jul '16 11:27:23 PM Rorosilky5
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** There are also the Grab Hands ([[spoiler:which belong to none other than Dark Crafter]]) in ''VideoGame/KirbyAndTheRainbowCurse''. [[spoiler:Dark Crafter himself also has a pair of sunglasses over his single eye. It could be that these shades are actually his real eyes.]]
4th Jul '16 3:17:13 PM Grrrrrrrrrrrrrr
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* ''WesternAnimation/GIJoeTheMovie'': A flashback to Cobra Commander's origin shows the lab accident which originally disfigured him, resulting in multiple eyes all over his face.
3rd Jul '16 5:31:58 PM nombretomado
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* In ''Franchise/{{Bionicle}}'', [[EldritchAbomination Tren Krom]] has the ability to sprout an extra eye on his back. And it shoots laser beams.

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* In ''Franchise/{{Bionicle}}'', ''Toys/{{Bionicle}}'', [[EldritchAbomination Tren Krom]] has the ability to sprout an extra eye on his back. And it shoots laser beams.
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