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* The Malfestio from ''VideoGame/MonsterHunter Generations'' is a giant owl-like monster with an [[MonsterClown "evil jester"]] motif and the power to confuse your hunter with the scales it sheds from its body.

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* The Malfestio from ''VideoGame/MonsterHunter Generations'' is a giant owl-like monster with an [[MonsterClown "evil jester"]] motif and the power to confuse inflict [[StandardStatusEffects Confusion and Sleep]] on your hunter with the scales it sheds from its body.Hunter.
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* The Malfestio from ''VideoGame/MonsterHunter Generations'' is a giant owl-like monster with an [[MonsterClown "evil jester"]] motif and the power to confuse your hunter with the scales it sheds from its body.
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** In Ainu mythology, however, the eagle owl was seen as a messenger of the gods and worthy of reverence, and carvings of eagle owls on houses were used as wards against sickness and pestilence. Little horned owls and barn owls are viewed as being demonic beings, though, playing the trope straight. Though, while the little horned owl is considered demonic, it's said that it is able to detect whether someone has evil in them, and that if it averts its gaze from you or only squints at you, you have darkness within you, whereas if it stares at you with eyes wide, you are a good person.

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** In Ainu mythology, however, the eagle owl was seen as a messenger of the gods and worthy of reverence, and carvings of eagle owls on houses were used as wards against sickness and pestilence. Little horned owls and barn owls are viewed as being demonic beings, though, playing the trope straight. Though, while the little horned owl is considered demonic, it's said that it is able to detect whether someone has evil in them, and that if it averts its gaze from you or only squints at you, you have darkness within you, whereas if it stares at you with eyes wide, you are a good person. As for barn owls, thinking them to be demonic after hearing the hideous ''screech'' they can make is perhaps rather forgivable.
20th Jul '16 5:53:47 PM MarkLungo
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* The owl-like Goetic demon Stolas appears in TabletopGame/AgeOfAquarius Second Edition, in a piece of narrative text about [[MadScientist the Utopists]]. PlayedForLaughs in that they summon him only to pick a feather from his tail, turning him comically angry.

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* The owl-like Goetic demon Stolas appears in TabletopGame/AgeOfAquarius ''TabletopGame/AgeOfAquarius'' Second Edition, in a piece of narrative text about [[MadScientist the Utopists]]. PlayedForLaughs in that they summon him only to pick a feather from his tail, turning him comically angry.



* ''TabletopGame/{{Mortasheen}}'''s [[http://www.bogleech.com/mortasheen/bemzuul.htm Bemzull]] is a creepy-looking owl monster with freakishly huge eyes, capable of [[BeingWatched seeing things from a mile away.]] Bonus points for being able to MindRape its enemies when threatened.
** [[http://www.bogleech.com/mortasheen/mephilas.htm Mephilas]] is a Devil Bird pretty clearly based off Stolas mentioned above. Mephilas dramatically increases the intelligence of its master, but overexposure to him can induce existential horror and depression. Inducing this in victims is also Mephilas' signature attack.
** There is also [[http://www.bogleech.com/mortasheen/gloomstone.htm Gloomstone]], a tombstone-like monster which releases headless owls. [[WidgetSeries It's that kind of setting.]]



* ''VideoGame/RagnarokOnline'' brings us an [[http://roempire.com/database/?page=monsters&act=view&mid=1320 Owl Duke]] and [[http://roempire.com/database/?page=monsters&act=view&mid=1295 Owl Baron]]. They are walking, aristocratically clothed demonic owls that attack you with lighting. And Baron also [[MookMaker summons]] [[FlunkyBoss a bunch of Dukes]]. [[note]]Yes, Gravity dropped the ball on that one. [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peerage Baron is the lowest rank, while the Duke is the highest.]][[/note]]
* Olcadan from the VideoGame/SoulSeries is a man with the head and feet of an owl, and is [[MultiMeleeMaster adept in various weapon styles]].

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* ''VideoGame/RagnarokOnline'' brings us an [[http://roempire.com/database/?page=monsters&act=view&mid=1320 Owl Duke]] and [[http://roempire.com/database/?page=monsters&act=view&mid=1295 Owl Baron]]. They are walking, [[AristocratsAreEvil aristocratically clothed clothed]] demonic owls that attack you with lighting. And Baron also [[MookMaker summons]] [[FlunkyBoss a bunch of Dukes]]. [[note]]Yes, Gravity dropped the ball on that one. [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peerage Baron is the lowest rank, while the Duke is the highest.]][[/note]]
* Olcadan from the VideoGame/SoulSeries ''VideoGame/SoulSeries'' is a man with the head and feet of an owl, and is [[MultiMeleeMaster adept in various weapon styles]].



* As you might expect from the name ''VideoGame/GianaSistersTwistedDreams' '' DLC ''Rise of the Owlverlord'' features a vicious [[NinjaPirateZombieRobot Ninja Pirate Owl]] that kidnaps you and attempts to conquer the dreamworld.

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* As you might expect from the name ''VideoGame/GianaSistersTwistedDreams' '' DLC ''Rise of the Owlverlord'' features a vicious [[NinjaPirateZombieRobot Ninja Pirate Owl]] that who kidnaps you and attempts to conquer the dreamworld.



* Skyhold, the player character's home base for most of ''VideoGame/DragonAgeInquisition'', has a recurring motif of stone owls in several rooms. They're not ominous in and of themselves; however, a codex entry found in the game may make them seem so, when it explains that the owl is an emblem of Falon'Din, the Dalish god of death. [[spoiler:This is actually the very earliest subtle hint that Solas, the companion who showed the Inquisitor how to find the fortress, is actually Fen'Harel, the Dalish trickster god.]]

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* Skyhold, the player character's home base for most of ''VideoGame/DragonAgeInquisition'', has a recurring motif of stone owls in several rooms. They're not ominous in and of themselves; however, a codex entry found in the game may make them seem so, when it explains that the owl is an emblem of Falon'Din, the Dalish god of death. [[spoiler:This is actually the very earliest subtle hint that Solas, the companion who showed the Inquisitor how to find the fortress, is actually Fen'Harel, the Dalish trickster god.TricksterGod.]]



* {{Mortasheen}}'s [[http://www.bogleech.com/mortasheen/bemzuul.htm Bemzull]] is a creepy-looking owl monster with freakishly huge eyes, capable of [[BeingWatched seeing things from a mile away.]] Bonus points for being able to MindRape its enemies when threatened.
** [[http://www.bogleech.com/mortasheen/mephilas.htm Mephilas]] is a Devil Bird pretty clearly based off Stolas mentioned above. Mephilas dramatically increases the intelligence of its master, but overexposure to him can induce existential horror and depression. Inducing this in victims is also Mephilas' signature attack.
** There is also [[http://www.bogleech.com/mortasheen/gloomstone.htm Gloomstone]], a tombstone-like monster which releases headless owls. [[WidgetSeries It's that kind of setting.]]



* [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-1049 SCP-1049]] is an owl that is able to remove the bones of any human subject it attacks, causing their death.

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* ''Wiki/SCPFoundation'': [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-1049 SCP-1049]] is an owl that is able to remove the bones of any human subject it attacks, causing their death.



** The standard owls in this universe really are cats as birds; one was used to aid in the creepy atmosphere of ''The Puppetmaster.''

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** The standard owls in this universe really are cats as birds; one was used to aid in the creepy atmosphere of ''The Puppetmaster.''"[[Recap/AvatarTheLastAirbenderThePuppetmaster The Puppetmaster]]".
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* Macduff, a wooden doll in form of an owl that formerly was the pet of Gepetto, recently joined ''JackFrost'' in his adventures. [[spoiler: Perhaps it was an omen, as the series ended with literally everyone getting killed.]]

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* Macduff, a wooden doll in form of an owl that formerly was the pet of Gepetto, recently joined ''JackFrost'' in his adventures. [[spoiler: Perhaps it was an omen, as the series ended with [[KillEmAll literally everyone getting killed.killed]].]]



* Although he's ultimately friendly, the ancient owl in ''WesternAnimation/TheSecretOfNimh'' is intensely scary.

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* Although he's [[TheOwlKnowingOne ultimately friendly, friendly]], the ancient owl in ''WesternAnimation/TheSecretOfNimh'' ''WesternAnimation/TheSecretOfNIMH'' is intensely scary.



* Macha the witch's overall motif in ''WesternAnimation/SongOfTheSea''. She's closely associated with owls, and the stories about her cast her as an evil witch who turns people to stone. [[spoiler:However, it turns out that she's not so ominous once she realizes the consequences of her actions.]]

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* Macha the witch's overall motif in ''WesternAnimation/SongOfTheSea''. She's closely associated with owls, and the stories about her cast her as an evil witch a WickedWitch who [[TakenForGranite turns people to stone.stone]]. [[spoiler:However, it turns out that she's not so ominous once she realizes the consequences of her actions.]]



* In Mervyn Peake's ''Titus Groan'', Lord Sepulchrave [[spoiler: is driven mad by the destruction of his library, starts believing he is 'The Death Owl' and eventually commits suicide by allowing himself to be eaten by owls.]]
* Henry David Thoreau wrote in ''Walden'': "I rejoice that there are owls. Let them do the idiotic and maniacal hooting for men. It is a sound admirably suited to swamps and twilight woods which no day illustrates, suggesting a vast and underdeveloped nature which men have not recognized. They represent the stark twilight and unsatisfied thoughts which all [men] have."

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* In Mervyn Peake's ''Titus Groan'', Lord Sepulchrave [[spoiler: is driven mad by the destruction of his library, starts believing he is 'The "The Death Owl' Owl", and [[DrivenToSuicide eventually commits suicide suicide]] by allowing himself to be eaten by owls.]]
* Henry David Thoreau Creator/HenryDavidThoreau wrote in ''Walden'': "I rejoice that there are owls. Let them do the idiotic and maniacal hooting for men. It is a sound admirably suited to swamps and twilight woods which no day illustrates, suggesting a vast and underdeveloped nature which men have not recognized. They represent the stark twilight and unsatisfied thoughts which all [men] have."



* Stephen Bauer's fantasy novel Literature/{{Satyrday}} centers on the attempts of the protagonists - an orphaned boy, the satyr who raised him, a fox-spirit, and a sympathetic raven - to combat a malevolent owl and his plot to kidnap the Moon (who is a character in her own right). The owl is tyrannical and very cruel, a prime example of this trope.

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* Stephen Bauer's fantasy novel Literature/{{Satyrday}} ''Literature/{{Satyrday}}'' centers on the attempts of the protagonists - an orphaned boy, the satyr who raised him, a fox-spirit, and a sympathetic raven - to combat a malevolent owl and his plot to kidnap the Moon (who is a character in her own right). The owl is tyrannical and very cruel, a prime example of this trope.



* Literature/{{Discworld}} makes fun of this trope (As it does virtually every trope in existence). The Epebian goddess of wisdom was ''supposed'' to have an owl as her signature animal. Unfortunately, due to her church hiring a sculptor who wasn't very good at doing birds for her statue, she ended up with a penguin.
* In two different novels, ''Discworld/ReaperMan'' and ''Discworld/{{Snuff}}'', owl-shaped clocks in quiet country parlours create discomfiture in the leading characters. Death, temporarily rendered mortal, is reminded of the passage of time and his own impending mortality, whilst Sam Vimes decides he hates owl-shaped clocks on principle because of their sinister nature.

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* Literature/{{Discworld}} The ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'' series makes fun of this trope (As (as it does virtually every trope in existence). The Epebian goddess of wisdom was ''supposed'' to have an owl as her signature animal. Unfortunately, due to her church hiring a sculptor who wasn't very good at doing birds for her statue, she ended up with a penguin.
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In two different ''Discworld'' novels, ''Discworld/ReaperMan'' and ''Discworld/{{Snuff}}'', owl-shaped clocks in quiet country parlours create discomfiture in the leading characters. Death, temporarily rendered mortal, is reminded of the passage of time and his own impending mortality, whilst Sam Vimes decides he hates owl-shaped clocks on principle because of their sinister nature.



* Spooky owls crop up a lot in Creator/PaulCornell's Literature/DoctorWhoNewAdventures.

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* Spooky owls crop up a lot in Creator/PaulCornell's Literature/DoctorWhoNewAdventures.''Literature/DoctorWhoNewAdventures''.



* Creator/AlanGarner's novel ''The Owl Service'' recasts the Welsh myth of Blodeuwedd (see Mythology below) to modern Wales.

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* Creator/AlanGarner's novel ''The Owl Service'' recasts the Welsh myth of Blodeuwedd (see Mythology below) to modern Wales.UsefulNotes/{{Wales}}.



* Creator/JohnOliver once noted on ''Series/MockTheWeek'' that owls can kill tigers, because they have the high ground.

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* Creator/JohnOliver once noted on ''Series/MockTheWeek'' that owls can kill tigers, because [[IHaveTheHighGround they have the high ground.ground]].



* The GazettE's seventh album "Beautiful Deformity" was mascotted by a chimera consisting of five animals, each representing a member of the band. Aoi, the guitarist, was represented by an owl, the chimera's eye. In live viewings of the album's final song each animal was ripped apart by vines, making the owl and other animals gory and even more creepy.[[/folder]]

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* The GazettE's [=GazettE=]'s seventh album "Beautiful Deformity" ''Beautiful Deformity'' was mascotted by a chimera consisting of five animals, each representing a member of the band. Aoi, the guitarist, was represented by an owl, the chimera's eye. In live viewings of the album's final song each animal was ripped apart by vines, making the owl and other animals gory and even more creepy.[[/folder]]



** This may be because the Middle Eastern Lilith/Lilitu was often symbolized as an owl, and often took the form of an owl.

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** This may be because the Middle Eastern Lilith/Lilitu UsefulNotes/{{Lilith}}/Lilitu was often symbolized as an owl, and often took the form of an owl.



* On the one hand, owls are considered a death omen in Japanese mythology. On the other, they're also considered to be [[TruthInTelevision really stupid.]]

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* On the one hand, owls are considered a death omen in Japanese mythology.Myth/JapaneseMythology. On the other, they're also considered to be [[TruthInTelevision really stupid.]]



* Stolas/Stolos, a demon and prince of hell in the ''Literature/ArsGoetia'', is represented as an owl. Also an example of TheOwlKnowingOne since he is presented as a tutor, albeit one who teaches poisons and other demonic knowledge.
* In several African tribal beliefs, particularly in the Congo, owls were and are considered evil beings that eat the souls of humans.
* Some cryptozoologists have argued that the infamous Mothman is actually 'merely' a giant owl from Pleistocene Cuba. They call it (what else?) Bighoot.
* While owls are mostly known as birds of [[Myth/ClassicalMythology Athena]], the barn owl and the eagle owl were sacred to Ares instead. To priests that used birds as means of divination, seeing either of those was definitely an OhCrap moment.
* The Welsh myth of Blodeuwedd has the most beautiful woman ever seen created from a field of flowers. But as she is not human, she has no heart, and is therefore faithless to the man who loves her. She is punished for her infidelity by being turned into an owl -- in Welsh, the name is derived from the words "flower-faced" -- fated to roam the forests by night, and seeing none of the daylight or sunlight that sustains flowers.

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* Stolas/Stolos, a demon and prince of hell {{Hell}} in the ''Literature/ArsGoetia'', is represented as an owl. Also an example of TheOwlKnowingOne since he is presented as a tutor, albeit one who teaches poisons and other demonic knowledge.
* In several African tribal beliefs, particularly in [[UsefulNotes/DemocraticRepublicOfTheCongo the Congo, Congo]], owls were and are considered evil beings that eat the souls of humans.
* Some cryptozoologists have argued that the infamous Mothman is actually 'merely' a giant owl from Pleistocene Cuba.UsefulNotes/{{Cuba}}. They call it (what else?) Bighoot.
* While owls are mostly known as birds of [[Myth/ClassicalMythology Athena]], the barn owl and the eagle owl were sacred to Ares [[GodOfWar Ares]] instead. To priests that who used birds as means of divination, seeing either of those was definitely an OhCrap moment.
* The [[Myth/CelticMyhology Welsh myth myth]] of Blodeuwedd has the most beautiful woman ever seen created from a field of flowers. But as she is not human, she has no heart, and is therefore faithless to the man who loves her. She is punished for her infidelity by being turned into an owl -- in Welsh, the name is derived from the words "flower-faced" -- fated to roam the forests by night, and seeing none of the daylight or sunlight that sustains flowers.



* From {{Exalted}}, [[TheChessmaster Meticulous Owl]], Endless-Faced Spite. He gets ''bonuses'' for hiding in plain sight.

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* From {{Exalted}}, ''TabletopGame/{{Exalted}}'', [[TheChessmaster Meticulous Owl]], Endless-Faced Spite. He gets ''bonuses'' for hiding {{hiding in plain sight.sight}}.
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* There is yet another Fukuro among the assassin group Trinity Raven in ''Manga/FairyTail'', who is also noticeably creepy. He has a man's body but an owl's head (also [[ImprobableWeaponUser two missiles on his back with the word "JUSTICE" printed on it]]), and one of his abilities is to swallow his opponents whole and use their magic until they digest fully. It's worth noting that "Fukuro" is Japanese for "owl."

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* There is yet another Fukuro among the assassin group Trinity Raven in ''Manga/FairyTail'', who is also noticeably creepy. He has a man's body but an owl's head (also [[ImprobableWeaponUser two missiles on his back with the word "JUSTICE" printed on it]]), them]]), and one of his abilities is to swallow his opponents whole and [[CannibalismSuperpower use their magic magic]] until they digest fully. It's worth noting that "Fukuro" is Japanese for "owl."



* In ''Manga/{{Cyborg 009}}'', a mother owl and her babies actually live in an abandoned castle in Germany where Albert/004 fights a robot with his same looks and powers. [[spoiler: During the fight, the nest gets knocked off its site and out of reflex 004 shields the owls with his own body... [[SpannerInTheworks which saves his life]], as the robot couldn't predict his ''human'' reaction and its programmed strategies are all screwed.]]

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* In ''Manga/{{Cyborg 009}}'', a mother owl and her babies actually live in an abandoned castle in Germany UsefulNotes/{{Germany}} where Albert/004 fights a robot with his same looks and powers. [[spoiler: During the fight, the nest gets knocked off its site and out of reflex 004 shields the owls with his own body... [[SpannerInTheworks which saves his life]], as the robot couldn't predict his ''human'' reaction and its programmed strategies are all screwed.]]



* The manga [[http://www.mangahere.com/manga/jagan_wa_gachirin_ni_tobu/ Jagan wa Gachirin ni Tobu]] takes this tropes to its worst possible conclusion in the form of Minerva, an owl shaped [[AnimalisticAbomination abomination]] whose eyes continuously [[TearsofBlood spill blood from their sockets]], and whose mere gaze can kill any living thing almost instantly after forcing them to [[http://www.mangahere.com/manga/jagan_wa_gachirin_ni_tobu/v01/c001/9.html expel blood from their eyes, ears and mouths]]. It's gaze was so potent that after escaping containment from a U.S. military aircraft carrier, it killed off the entire crew and decimated several Japanese cities just by flying over them. It was also nearly impossible to kill even with ranged weapons like guns, since it could sense its attackers' blood thirst. It took the efforts of a completely blind (courtesy of Minerva) expert hunter, a {{Batman Gambit}}, and a jet battle in midair to finally bring the wicked-eyed bird down.

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* The manga [[http://www.''[[http://www.mangahere.com/manga/jagan_wa_gachirin_ni_tobu/ Jagan wa Gachirin ni Tobu]] Tobu]]'' takes this tropes trope to its worst possible conclusion in the form of Minerva, an owl shaped [[AnimalisticAbomination abomination]] whose eyes continuously [[TearsofBlood [[TearsOfBlood spill blood from their sockets]], and whose mere gaze can kill any living thing almost instantly after forcing them to [[http://www.mangahere.com/manga/jagan_wa_gachirin_ni_tobu/v01/c001/9.html expel blood from their eyes, ears and mouths]]. It's gaze was so potent that after escaping containment from a U.S. military aircraft carrier, it killed off the entire crew and decimated several Japanese cities just by flying over them. It was also nearly impossible to kill even with ranged weapons like guns, since it could sense its attackers' blood thirst. It took the efforts of a completely blind (courtesy of Minerva) expert hunter, a {{Batman Gambit}}, and a jet battle in midair to finally bring the wicked-eyed bird down.



* Professor Hoot the Owl from Manga/HappyHappyClover while nice and helpful. Does have moments where he comes across as very creepy and a bit unnerving. This is more notable in the Manga in one story where he warns students about humans and going outside the forest.

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* Professor Hoot the Owl from Manga/HappyHappyClover ''Manga/HappyHappyClover'' while nice and helpful. Does have moments where he comes across as very creepy and a bit unnerving. This is more notable in the Manga in one story where he warns students about humans and going outside the forest.



** ''{{ComicBook/BPRD}} 1946'' and ''1947'' feature a vampire count who shapeshifts into an owl. Sometimes he does it to make murdering Nazis easier and sometimes he does it to get around faster. It's just his thing.
* In the MarvelUniverse, there's a villain named The Owl, who's primarily a member of Comicbook/{{Daredevil}}'s RoguesGallery. He eventually had surgery done to make him look more like an owl.
* DCUniverse,
** Owlman is the EvilCounterpart of Batman in the Crime Syndicate's MirrorUniverse.
** Another Batman example is the vilainous organisation [[ComicBook/NightOfTheOwls The Court of Owls]] introduced in Scott Snyder's run on Batman Volume 2. They're a clandestine society who have apparently secretly controlled Gotham for centuries, and the "owls prey on bats" imagery has been played up for all it's worth.

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** ''{{ComicBook/BPRD}} 1946'' and ''1947'' feature a vampire count who [[VoluntaryShapeshifting shapeshifts into an owl. owl]]. Sometimes he does it to make murdering Nazis [[ThoseWackyNazis Nazis]] easier and sometimes he does it to get around faster. It's just his thing.
* In the MarvelUniverse, Franchise/MarvelUniverse, there's a villain named The Owl, who's primarily a member of Comicbook/{{Daredevil}}'s ComicBook/{{Daredevil}}'s RoguesGallery. He eventually had surgery done to make him look more like an owl.
* DCUniverse,
Franchise/TheDCU:
** Owlman is the EvilCounterpart of Batman Franchise/{{Batman}} in the Crime Syndicate's MirrorUniverse.
** Another Batman example is the vilainous organisation [[ComicBook/NightOfTheOwls The Court of Owls]] introduced in Scott Snyder's run on Batman ''Batman Volume 2.2''. They're a clandestine society who have apparently secretly controlled Gotham for centuries, and the "owls prey on bats" imagery has been played up for all it's worth.
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* John Oliver once noted on ''Series/MockTheWeek'' that owls can kill tigers, because they have the high ground.
* ''Series/TheColbertReport'': Owls are on notice. Colbert refuses to talk about it, saying "they know what they did". Possibly something to do with [[TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons Owl]]{{bears|AreBadNews}}?

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* John Oliver Creator/JohnOliver once noted on ''Series/MockTheWeek'' that owls can kill tigers, because they have the high ground.
* ''Series/TheColbertReport'': Owls are on notice. Colbert Creator/StephenColbert refuses to talk about it, saying "they know what they did". Possibly something to do with [[TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons Owl]]{{bears|AreBadNews}}?
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* Professor Hoot the Owl from Manga/HappyHappyClover while nice and not helpful. Does have moments where he comes across as very creepy and a bit unnerving. This is more notable in the Manga in one story where he warns students about humans and going outside the forest.

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* Professor Hoot the Owl from Manga/HappyHappyClover while nice and not helpful. Does have moments where he comes across as very creepy and a bit unnerving. This is more notable in the Manga in one story where he warns students about humans and going outside the forest.
4th Jul '16 5:44:57 AM Morgenthaler
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* In ''TheChroniclesOfAncientDarkness'', [[spoiler:BigBad Eostra]] was once the mage of the Eagle Owl clan, so eagle owls are considered creepy bad omens. Other kinds of owls are cool, though.

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* In ''TheChroniclesOfAncientDarkness'', ''Literature/TheChroniclesOfAncientDarkness'', [[spoiler:BigBad Eostra]] was once the mage of the Eagle Owl clan, so eagle owls are considered creepy bad omens. Other kinds of owls are cool, though.
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* Professor Hoot the Owl from Manga/HappyHappyClover while nice and not helpful. Does have moments where he comes across as very creepy and a bit unnerving. This is more notable in the Manga in one story where he warns students about humans and going outside the forest.
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