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6th Feb '18 9:13:34 PM thespecialneedsgroup
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* Anisocoria, or asymmetric pupil dilation, can be a sign of serious neurological problems. This is also one of the first things [=EMTs=] and Paramedics check for when they suspect a concussion. Most carry penlights specifically to test this by shining it on the pupil and seeing it it reacts.

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* Anisocoria, or asymmetric pupil dilation, can be a sign of serious neurological problems. This is also one of the first things [=EMTs=] and Paramedics check for when they suspect a concussion. Most carry penlights specifically to test this by shining it on the pupil and seeing it if it reacts.
27th Nov '17 7:32:26 AM Silverblade2
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* Falling under the "Deranged Character" subset are SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker's eyes as drawn in ''Batman: RIP''. There, one of his pupils is drawn slightly larger than the other, giving him a dangerous and mentally off-kilter look. The effect is so slight that it's only noticeable in close-up shots of the character, but it's definitely there. Then again, he is a MonsterClown with enough crazy to fill Arkham Asylum's halls ten times over.

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* Falling under the "Deranged Character" subset are SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker's ComicBook/TheJoker's eyes as drawn in ''Batman: RIP''. There, one of his pupils is drawn slightly larger than the other, giving him a dangerous and mentally off-kilter look. The effect is so slight that it's only noticeable in close-up shots of the character, but it's definitely there. Then again, he is a MonsterClown with enough crazy to fill Arkham Asylum's halls ten times over.
26th Aug '17 11:58:08 AM ctempire
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* Débora from the ''Clanners'' shorts has a big left eye with a red iris as opposed to the right eye being smaller and black outlined white. In eating form, both eyes are colored like the right eye but the left eye is still bigger.
26th Feb '17 12:44:59 PM nombretomado
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* Anything by JhonenVasquez has this.

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* Anything by JhonenVasquez Creator/JhonenVasquez has this.



* A specialty of AlanDavis. In the classic [[Franchise/{{Batman}} Detective Comics]] story "Fear for Sale", he combines this with an ExpressiveMask.

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* A specialty of AlanDavis.Creator/AlanDavis. In the classic [[Franchise/{{Batman}} Detective Comics]] story "Fear for Sale", he combines this with an ExpressiveMask.
9th Jan '17 5:36:41 PM igordebraga
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* Icarus from ''WesternAnimation/{{Hercules}}'', with a permanent red eye (possibly bloodshot, [[IcarusAllusion given he flew too close to the sun]]).
9th Jan '17 5:29:59 PM igordebraga
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* It can also merely be a byproduct of [[EyeScream severe past injury to the eye]], such as with David Bowie, who owes his distinctively mismatched eyes to being nearly blinded in a childhood fight.

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* It can also merely be a byproduct of [[EyeScream severe past injury to the eye]], such as with David Bowie, Music/DavidBowie, who owes his distinctively mismatched eyes to being nearly blinded in a childhood fight.
29th Dec '16 9:09:37 AM Jake
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* From the Literature/Discworld:
** ''Discworld/Hogfather'' brings us Jonathan Teatime, an AffablyEvil and thoroughly insane member of the Guild of Assassins, whose GlassEye is the ''less'' scary one. The one that still works has an abnormally tiny pupil; he's described as "[looking] at the world through a pinhole". Even his boss Lord Downey, a man who in the prologue accepts a contract on the local equivalent of ''Father Christmas'' from a mysterious hooded spectre, finds him rather unnerving.

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* From the Literature/Discworld:
Literature/{{Discworld}}:
** ''Discworld/Hogfather'' ''Discworld/{{Hogfather}}'' brings us Jonathan Teatime, an AffablyEvil and thoroughly insane member of the Guild of Assassins, whose GlassEye is the ''less'' scary one. The one that still works has an abnormally tiny pupil; he's described as "[looking] at the world through a pinhole". Even his boss Lord Downey, a man who in the prologue accepts a contract on the local equivalent of ''Father Christmas'' from a mysterious hooded spectre, finds him rather unnerving.
29th Dec '16 9:08:28 AM Jake
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* ''Literature/ScorpionShards'': Everyone maddened by Dillon gets one dilated pupil and one pinpoint pupil

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* ''Literature/ScorpionShards'': Everyone maddened by Dillon gets one dilated pupil and one pinpoint pupilpupil.
* From the Literature/Discworld:
** ''Discworld/Hogfather'' brings us Jonathan Teatime, an AffablyEvil and thoroughly insane member of the Guild of Assassins, whose GlassEye is the ''less'' scary one. The one that still works has an abnormally tiny pupil; he's described as "[looking] at the world through a pinhole". Even his boss Lord Downey, a man who in the prologue accepts a contract on the local equivalent of ''Father Christmas'' from a mysterious hooded spectre, finds him rather unnerving.
** Carcer, a particularly violent armed robber who Sam Vimes was pursuing at the start of ''Discworld/NightWatch'', doesn't stop at just ''one'' Mad Eye. At one point he's encountered by a cavalry officer who immediately and correctly pegs him as a dangerous madman:
--> He'd seen eyes like that on the battlefield.
9th Oct '16 5:01:03 AM erforce
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* Ragetti's wooden eye in ''Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbean'' has this effect. It's too big for his socket, the wrong color, and always pointing away from his real eye. Many of Davy Jones' crewmen also have mismatched human and sea-creature eyes, notably Maccus the shark and Koleniko the puffer fish.

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* ''Franchise/PiratesOfTheCaribbean''
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Ragetti's wooden eye in ''Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbean'' has this effect. It's too big for his socket, the wrong color, and always pointing away from his real eye.
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Many of Davy Jones' crewmen also have mismatched human and sea-creature eyes, notably Maccus the shark and Koleniko the puffer fish.
14th Aug '16 7:11:05 PM PreciousTerrestrials
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* In ''WesternAnimation/AnAmericanTail: Fievel Goes West'', Wiley Burp teaches Tiger how to intimidate someone using "The Laaaayyyyzzzzyyy Eyyyyye!" which is essentially an intentional ecovation of this trope.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/AnAmericanTail: Fievel Goes West'', Wiley Burp teaches Tiger how to intimidate someone using "The Laaaayyyyzzzzyyy Eyyyyye!" which is essentially an intentional ecovation evocation of this trope.


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* Ragetti's wooden eye in ''Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbean'' has this effect. It's too big for his socket, the wrong color, and always pointing away from his real eye. Many of Davy Jones' crewmen also have mismatched human and sea-creature eyes, notably Maccus the shark and Koleniko the puffer fish.


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* Incorporated into the designs of several of the animatronics from ''VideoGame/FiveNightsAtFreddys''. In the first game, Foxy has one normal eye under his eyepatch and one drooping eye; in the second, the Mangle has one eyeball and one tiny glowing light on each head.
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