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* Lightning [=McQueen=] from ''WesternAnimation/Cars'' has light blue eyes, which represent his love for racing and the fact he learns that friendship and leadership is much more important in life.

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* Lightning [=McQueen=] from ''WesternAnimation/Cars'' ''WesternAnimation/{{Cars}}'' has light blue eyes, which represent his love for racing and the fact he learns that friendship and leadership is much more important in life.
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* Lightning [=McQueen=] from ''WesternAnimation/Cars'' has light blue eyes, which represent his love for racing and the fact he learns that friendship and leadership is much more important in life.
23rd Jun '17 6:04:39 PM Lorealie
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Innocent "baby blues" or clear, pure and shining, these eyes are blue to symbolize youth, naïveté, inexperience, and purity of soul. In extreme cases, may indicate HeavenlyBlue. This may derive from the fact that many babies are born with blue eyes, due to them having no melanin in them, and later develop color from exposure to sunlight, symbolically "losing their innocence". Either way, a popular choice for heroes, heroines and younger characters. In older works, gray eyes were used for this instead. Common with HairOfGoldHeartOfGold (or with RoseHairedSweetie, if the cast tends towards [[YouGottaHaveBlueHair technicolor hair]]). Contrast IcyBlueEyes.

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Innocent "baby blues" or clear, pure and shining, these eyes are blue to symbolize youth, naïveté, inexperience, and purity of soul. In extreme cases, may indicate HeavenlyBlue. This may derive from the fact that many babies are born with blue eyes, due to them having no melanin in them, and later develop color from exposure to sunlight, symbolically "losing their innocence". Either way, a popular choice for heroes, heroines and younger characters. In older works, gray eyes were used for this instead. Common with HairOfGoldHeartOfGold (or with RoseHairedSweetie, if the cast tends towards [[YouGottaHaveBlueHair technicolor hair]]).

Contrast IcyBlueEyes.
IcyBlueEyes and CreepyBlueEyes. For blue eyes indicating "corruption" instead of innocence see OccultBlueEyes.
9th Jun '17 4:11:01 PM Abodos
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* In ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild'', Saki has light blue eyes rather than the yellow and green eye colors of most [[BirdPeople Rito]] characters to indicate her more pacifistic nature compared to them, especially [[ActionDad her husband Teba]].
1st Jun '17 5:11:23 AM XFllo
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* Ben Grimm of the ComicBook/FantasticFour retains these as The Thing, emphasizing his GentleGiant nature.



%%% * Ben Grimm of the ''ComicBook/FantasticFour'' retains blue eyes as The Thing, emphasizing his GentleGiant nature.



* Will Burrows of the ''Literature/{{Tunnels}}'' series has these at first, but at the end of the last novel, they become [[RedEyesTakeWarning red]] as a result of him [[spoiler:possibly becoming a Styx]].

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%% * Will Burrows of the ''Literature/{{Tunnels}}'' series has these at first, but at the end of the last novel, they become [[RedEyesTakeWarning red]] as a result of him [[spoiler:possibly becoming a Styx]].
30th May '17 6:16:51 PM rjd1922
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* Ben Grimm of the ComicBook/FantasticFour retains these as The Thing, emphasizing his GentleGiant nature.



* ''VideoGame/{{Bioshock}}'':

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** Eleanor, from ''VideoGame/{{Bioshock 2}}'', obviously has them as well, and is daddy's little girl, working to protect the Little Sisters and rejecting her mother's cynical cult philosophy - provided you don't harvest any Little Sisters.

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** Eleanor, from ''VideoGame/{{Bioshock ''VideoGame/{{BioShock 2}}'', obviously has them as well, and is daddy's little girl, working to protect the Little Sisters and rejecting her mother's cynical cult philosophy - provided you don't harvest any Little Sisters.
7th Mar '17 6:26:25 AM LB7979
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* In ''Film/TwentyEightDaysLater'', Jim's wide-open baby blues leave him looking innocent and rather bewildered (right up until the[[EyeScream ...rescue scene]]).

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* In ''Film/TwentyEightDaysLater'', ''Film/TwentyEightDaysLater'': Jim's (Creator/CillianMurphy) wide-open baby blues leave him looking innocent and rather bewildered (right up until the[[EyeScream ...rescue scene]]).scene]]).
* Film/{{Sunshine}}: Another Cillian Murphy film. He's a good guy (even hero) in this movie and it features lots of close-ups of his bright blue eyes... juxtaposed to images of the Sun (which is the Great Evil that has to be set right in the movie). The director and photographer of the movie say in the commentary they deliberately put images of Murphy's blue eyes next to that of the yellow / orange Sun for contrast; and not so coincidentally, the spaceship the movie takes place on, features much mainly blue and green tones to remind of planet Earth, its home-base, and Murphy's / Capa's eyes match that comforting tone.
13th Feb '17 7:42:19 PM malias
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* Tohru has blue eyes in the ''Manga/FruitsBasket'' anime (in the manga she has BrownEyes, which have similar implications). She is a sweet PluckyGirl however also has self-esteem issues and has some ExtremeDoormat tendencies.

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* Tohru has blue eyes in the ''Manga/FruitsBasket'' anime (in the manga she has BrownEyes, brown eyes, which have similar implications). She is a sweet PluckyGirl however also has self-esteem issues and has some ExtremeDoormat tendencies.



* ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyX'': Tidus has blue eyes, and happens to be new to combat and new to Spira, playing more towards the [[NaiveNewcomer 'naivete']] aspect of the trope. Yuna's left eye is blue; she happens to be an AllLovingHero, playing more into the 'pure of soul' aspect of the trope. This is most obvious when contrasted with the down to earth, cynical characters of Auron and Lulu, who both possess BrownEyes.

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* ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyX'': Tidus has blue eyes, and happens to be new to combat and new to Spira, playing more towards the [[NaiveNewcomer 'naivete']] aspect of the trope. Yuna's left eye is blue; she happens to be an AllLovingHero, playing more into the 'pure of soul' aspect of the trope. This is most obvious when contrasted with the down to earth, cynical characters of Auron and Lulu, who both possess BrownEyes.brown eyes.



** In the [[VideoGame/SilentHill1 first game]], ''everyone'' except three (Cheryl, Kaufmann, and Jodie, who all have BrownEyes) have blue eyes, but only the protagonist Harry fits this trope: a kind and naive man [[PapaWolf who will risk anything to save his kidnapped daughter]].

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** In the [[VideoGame/SilentHill1 first game]], ''everyone'' except three (Cheryl, Kaufmann, and Jodie, who all have BrownEyes) brown eyes) have blue eyes, but only the protagonist Harry fits this trope: a kind and naive man [[PapaWolf who will risk anything to save his kidnapped daughter]].
12th Feb '17 10:41:24 AM ILikeRobots
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* The [[WhiteMagicianGirl bishop]] [[DudeLooksLikeALady Lucius]] of ''[[Videogame/FireEmblemElibe Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade]]'' has soft, shining blue eyes, and is an extremely gentle and kind NiceGuy. His kindness is enough that he [[spoiler:immediately forgives Renault, the man responsible for killing his father and getting him sent to an OrphanageOfFear]] during the course of the game, and he also manages to [[spoiler:convince his bitter, angry friend Raven to give up his destructive plans of revenge.]] This may overlap with HeavenlyBlue, as he wears a long, pale blue robe matching the color of his eyes.

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* The [[WhiteMagicianGirl [[WhiteMage bishop]] [[DudeLooksLikeALady Lucius]] of ''[[Videogame/FireEmblemElibe Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade]]'' has soft, shining blue eyes, and is an extremely gentle and kind NiceGuy. His kindness is enough that he [[spoiler:immediately forgives Renault, the man responsible for killing his father and getting him sent to an OrphanageOfFear]] during the course of the game, and he also manages to [[spoiler:convince his bitter, angry friend Raven to give up his destructive plans of revenge.]] This may overlap with HeavenlyBlue, as he wears a long, pale blue robe matching the color of his eyes.
12th Feb '17 10:29:35 AM gb00393
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': Sansa is a textbook example at the start of the series, as a soppy girl with a very naive view of the world. As Sansa's innocence has been slowly destroyed by circumstance with she and her family suffering one cruelty and betrayal after another, during Season 4 her gaze appropriately hardened in kind into IcyBlueEyes.

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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': Sansa is a textbook example at the start of the series, as a soppy girl with a very naive view of the world.world, and, naturally, sporting a pair of wide blue eyes. As Sansa's innocence has been slowly destroyed by circumstance with she and her family suffering one cruelty and betrayal after another, during Season 4 her gaze appropriately hardened in kind into IcyBlueEyes.
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