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28th Jul '16 10:10:21 AM AnonFangeekGirl
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* Downplayed in ''Webcomic/SidekickGirl''. [[spoiler: Declan Jade]], antagonist of the ''Gravity'' arc, wears a WhiteMaskOfDoom that covers all of his face except for one eye. When he removes it, wee see that half of his face is relatively normal, but the other half is a mass of scar tissue, [[spoiler: due to the accident that nearly killed him.]]
9th Jul '16 10:55:07 AM nombretomado
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* Played with in ''Franchise/{{BIONICLE}}''; the Toa Inika's faces glow brightly when they remove their Kanohi. Setwise, their faces are just blanks.

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* Played with in ''Franchise/{{BIONICLE}}''; ''Toys/{{BIONICLE}}''; the Toa Inika's faces glow brightly when they remove their Kanohi. Setwise, their faces are just blanks.
29th Jun '16 11:52:25 PM wolftickets1969
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* Doku in ''VideoGame/NinjaGaiden Black/Sigma''.
15th Jun '16 10:53:50 AM theredsquirrel
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** Another Legion member, Wildfire, is really a sentient ball of energy and his body is a humanoid-shaped HAZMAT suit which contains him.
3rd May '16 1:20:46 PM margdean56
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* In the first albums of ''Comicbook/{{Lucifer}}'', Mazikeen chose to have a half-face and to wear a mask over the faceless half. Mortals assume she wear it for RuleOfCool or because of some mundane injury. TheReveal freaks out at least one human enough to make a ''really'' bad choice.

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* In the first albums of ''Comicbook/{{Lucifer}}'', Mazikeen chose to have a half-face and to wear a mask over the faceless half. Mortals assume she wear wears it for RuleOfCool or because of some mundane injury. TheReveal freaks out at least one human enough to make a ''really'' bad choice.
3rd May '16 1:19:13 PM margdean56
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Also happens when someone mistake a suit of AnimatedArmor for a person.

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Also happens when someone mistake mistakes a suit of AnimatedArmor for a person.
29th Oct '15 4:46:14 PM WillKeaton
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* In ''{{Exiern}}'', we have a woman who has a human body but no face or physical brain. Instead, her mask hides a swirl of bluish energy that she can use in combat. [[http://www.exiern.com/?p=1064 At first, the kids who run into her and knock her mask off don't realize this]].
* Parodied in ''DarkLegacyComics''. In [[http://darklegacycomics.com/311.html one strip]], two characters are busy unmasking "liars", thus ruining everyone's Halloween costumes. In the end, they "unmask" a pandaren by tearing of his real face. Since he doesn't have any face left under that "mask", well, ewwww....

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* In ''{{Exiern}}'', we have a woman who has a human body but no face or physical brain. Instead, her mask hides a swirl of bluish energy that she can use in combat. [[http://www.exiern.com/?p=1064 At first, the kids who run into her and knock her mask off don't realize this]].
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* Parodied in ''DarkLegacyComics''. In [[http://darklegacycomics.com/311.html one strip]], strip,]] two characters are busy unmasking "liars", thus ruining everyone's Halloween costumes. In the end, they "unmask" a pandaren by tearing of his real face. Since he doesn't have any face left under that "mask", well, ewwww....
8th Oct '15 6:17:01 PM nombretomado
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* JusticeSocietyOfAmerica villain Johnny Sorrow is an intangible specter while wearing his mask. When he removes it, he becomes solid and reveals an other-dimensional visage so incomprehensibly hideous that all but the most powerful (or blind) of living things will instantly die at the sight of it. The one time that it was shown, it appeared to be a disgusting, incongruous mass of tentacles.

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* JusticeSocietyOfAmerica ComicBook/JusticeSocietyOfAmerica villain Johnny Sorrow is an intangible specter while wearing his mask. When he removes it, he becomes solid and reveals an other-dimensional visage so incomprehensibly hideous that all but the most powerful (or blind) of living things will instantly die at the sight of it. The one time that it was shown, it appeared to be a disgusting, incongruous mass of tentacles.
18th Aug '15 12:19:18 PM CorahsUncle
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* Perils of Penelope Pitstop 2900 (a futuristic version of The Perils of Penelope Pitstop) has H.C. 2000(a robot version of the former) in the same outfit as his human may years ago, when Penelope Pitstop IV unmaskes this robot, it's just metal.
* Hexadecimal of ''WesternAnimation/{{Reboot}}''. When Bob removes her mask in one episode, there's nothing there but a hole with a bright white light pouring out if it, and she nearly explodes, which would've taken all of Mainframe with her. This does open up a bit of FridgeLogic as to how she keeps changing masks all the time without this reoccuring, though...
* Played with in ''{{BIONICLE}}''; the Toa Inika's faces glow brightly when they remove their Kanohi. Setwise, their faces are just blanks.
** As well, Makuta Teridax's nature as an entity composed of gas and armor is revealed in-universe when the Piraka attempt to steal his mask off of his [[NotQuiteDead corpse]], only to find absolutely nothing underneath.

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* %%* Perils of Penelope Pitstop 2900 (a futuristic version of The Perils of Penelope Pitstop) has H.C. 2000(a robot version of the former) in the same outfit as his human may years ago, when Penelope Pitstop IV unmaskes this robot, it's just metal.
* Hexadecimal of ''WesternAnimation/{{Reboot}}''. When Bob removes her mask in one episode, there's nothing there but a hole with a bright white light pouring out if it, and she nearly explodes, which would've taken all of Mainframe with her. This does open up a bit of FridgeLogic as to how she keeps changing masks all the time without this reoccuring, recurring, though...
* Played with in ''{{BIONICLE}}''; ''Franchise/{{BIONICLE}}''; the Toa Inika's faces glow brightly when they remove their Kanohi. Setwise, their faces are just blanks.
** As well, Makuta Teridax's nature as an entity composed of gas and armor is revealed in-universe when the Piraka attempt to steal his mask off of his [[NotQuiteDead corpse]], only to but find absolutely nothing underneath.



* Slade of ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'' loves it. In "Masks", Robin defeats him and removes the mask, revealing the communicator screen and [[OhCrap the self-destruct timer]], since it was [[ActuallyADoombot Actually A Sladebot]]. In the season four finale, his mask is knocked off, [[spoiler: displaying bare skull with a single blazing eye, as by the time he was TheUndead. He gets his human body restored later, but we don't get to see his normal face.]]

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* Slade of ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'' loves it. In "Masks", Robin defeats him and removes the mask, revealing the communicator screen and [[OhCrap the self-destruct timer]], since it was [[ActuallyADoombot Actually A actually a Sladebot]]. In the season four finale, his Slade's mask is knocked off, [[spoiler: displaying [[spoiler:displaying a bare skull with a single blazing eye, as by the that time he was TheUndead. He gets his human body restored later, but we don't get to see his normal face.]]face]].
18th Aug '15 11:57:58 AM nighttrainfm
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* Not only does Omega from ''Series/DoctorWho'' lack a face under his mask, but he doesn't even have a body. His willpower was the only thing that kept his existence.

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* ''Series/DoctorWho'':
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Not only does Omega from ''Series/DoctorWho'' lack a face under his mask, but he doesn't even have a body. His willpower was the only thing that kept his existence.
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