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->''"I know a girl who's got eyes on her feet\\
So when she starts dreaming she roams\\
And she'll know where she's going"''
-->-- '''The Cat Empire''', "So Long"

Eyes in places where they just don't belong are a good way to [[NightmareFuel creep people out]]. The palms of your hands are a particularly frequent place to put them, but they can be anywhere on the body.

Subtrope of BodyHorror.
See also EyelessFace, FacelessEye and TheWallsHaveEyes. May overlap with EldritchAbomination. Contrast ThirdEye.
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[[folder:Anime and Manga]]
* ''Manga/{{Bleach}}''
** The Espada Zommari Leroux's released form has FIFTY eyes all over his body.
** One of [[spoiler:Aizen]]'s [[OneWingedAngel many forms]] after fusing with the [[spoiler:Hogyoku]] has his regular eyes move onto his [[PowerGivesYouWings wings.]]
** The hollow Ayon is created when the Arrancars Appaci, Mila Rose and Sung-Sun combine their left arms. He can form an eye anywhere on his head, such as to look as things behind him.
* In the manga ''Manga/{{Parasyte}}'', the parasites can, as part of their total transformation skills, create eyes on any part of their body (that is, the actual parasite flesh -- they can't do it with the human body they've taken over). While parasites normally replace the head of their host, main character Shinichi and supporting character Uda have parasites in their right hand and neck/upper chest respectively. Shinichi's parasite, Migi, is particularly fond of putting out long tentacle-like stalks with eyes on the end to look at things Shinichi can't see.
* In ''[[Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion End of Evangelion]]'', [[spoiler: Lilith/Rei]] gets a third eye technically on her forehead. This in and of itself isn't that odd. What makes it qualify for this trope is that it's also in the middle of a ''[[{{Squick}} giant vagina]]''. For that matter, [[spoiler: Gendo Ikari]] ends up with a third eye in his hand, where [[spoiler: the embryonic Adam]] has been grafted in place; in the manga version, [[spoiler: Gendo]] has actually swallowed [[spoiler: Adam]], and it manifests as a large eye in the middle of his left hand.
* In ''HellTeacherNube'', a beautiful yet kleptomaniac LonelyRichKid named Ai Shinozaki suddenly starts growing an additional eye on the back of her hand whenever she steals something, because even if ''no one'' sees her steal, ''her heart'' does, and now everyone will know she's a thief. Poor Ai tries [[EyeScream stabbing it out]] (to no small amount of pain, and not to mention she's a ''violinist'') but it doesn't just keep growing back, it brings friends [[{{Squick}} all over her body]]. She seeks Nube's aid, and he warns of someone who became nothing but a giant mess of eyes and flesh; she ''almost'' suffers the same fate until her only friend Makoto's affection redeems her (the eyes would disappear as soon as the culprit confessed their actions out of their own will; once Ai told Makoto that she was a thief, they were gone).
* After a [[EvilEvolves major Power-Up]], Naraku from Manga/InuYasha aquires eyes on the back of his hands and in the middle of his chest.
* Alucard from ''{{Hellsing}}'' has a tendency to sprout eyes whenever his powers are released - on his chest, or a floating wall of eyes in the room.
* Hiei from ''Manga/YuYuHakusho'' turned green and gained eyes all over his body and arms when he transformed to kick Yusuke's ass. Ironically, he has no eyes on his back which is also his AchillesHeel.
** Also, [[spoiler: Itsuki's shadow hands are covered in eyes]].
* Played with in ''PaniPoniDash'': Rebecca was annoying everyone beyond the breaking point, and being 11, is easily frightened. Rei goes up to her and opens her hand to reveal an eye (sticker), scaring her to go hide behind a curtain.
* Played for laughs in a chapter/episode of ''SayonaraZetsuboSensei'', where the eponymous sensei must avoid eye-contact to avoid an ArrangedMarriage; his butler thwarts his plans by bringing in a guy who is entirely covered (or made) of eyeballs.
* Nico Robin from ''Manga/OnePiece'', thanks to her devil fruit, can make any part of her body "pop" anywhere like a flower. This includes, on at least one occasion, making eyes appear on her arms and hands. Or on the walls... or the ceiling... or the floor... [[{{Squick}} or her opponents...]]
* In ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'', we have a disturbing example with [[spoiler:Danzo's whole ''arm''. He not only has ten Sharingan eyes taken from dead Uchiha grafted into his arm and palm of his hand, but his shoulder has a ''human face'' from Orochimaru's genetic experimentation on infants.]]
* Several of the [[EldritchAbomination Homunculi]] from ''Manga/FullmetalAlchemist'' qualify for this. The manga version of Envy [[OneWingedAngel turns into]] a monster-thing with screaming faces randomly scattered across its body. Pride has [[spoiler:a LivingShadow ''full'' of eyes. And mouths.]] And he's based on [[spoiler:Father's original form, a blob of shadow with a single eye and mouth. Father himself eventually turns into a walking, eye- and mouth-covered man made of shadows. He doesn't even bother to form a normal face, having a single enormous eye and a too-wide mouth where his head would be.]]
* Natsume Zange of ''InuXBokuSS'' is a [[HalfHumanHybrid descendant]] of a Hundred-Eyes monster, and thus has eyes all over his body that he keeps mostly hidden under layers of clothes, along with an eyepatch.
* ''Manga/SoulEater'': The BigBad Kishin uses this as a motif. His face has three eyes, and his bangs are shaded in such a way as to look like eyes as well. Even his pupils double back and look like another set of eyes.
** The set of three eyes turn up on people who are either hallucinating due to proximity to Asura, or are in someway associated with madness (see [[spoiler:Justin]]'s Madness/Evil Makeover).
** Mosquito [[http://manga.redhawkscans.com/reader/read/soul_eater/en/0/52/page/31 briefly]] grows a bunch of extra eyes in the same socket when between transformations. While his next form mostly crossed the BishonenLine, close-up occasionally show it with five pupils in a line.
* Maximillion Pegasus of ''Anime/YuGiOh'' uses a certain monster in his final duel with Yugi, a part of which is the [[http://images.wikia.com/yugioh/images/b/b9/Thousand-EyesIdolPSV-EN-C.jpg Thousand-Eyes Idol.]] The monster itself is a more grotesque form, the [[http://images1.wikia.nocookie.net/yugioh/images/2/24/Thousand-EyesRestrictMC1-EN-ScR.jpg Thousand-Eyes Restrict]], whose eyes cover a majority of its body.
** Yubel's final form in ''[[Anime/YuGiOhGX GX]]'' has eyes and faces everywhere.
* [[http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/3/3b/Duskmon.jpg Duskmon]] from ''Anime/DigimonFrontier'' has a number of extra eyes all over his body. And one of his attacks is to [[EyeBeams fire lasers from them]].
* Runa from FairyNavigatorRuna has one on the back of her neck.
* Because ''Manga/DGrayMan'' is apparently trying to set a record with the "Most types of terror in a series" they've recently introduced the Noah "Fiddler," [[spoiler: who has a large number of eyes ''on his tongue'' which can ''pop out'' and be placed inside other people's bodies.]]
* Many of the demonic once-human apostles in ''Manga/{{Berserk}}'' but special mention goes to the "Idea of Evil", the GodOfEvil responsible for the world being such a cesspool of crap and suffering. It basically looks like a colossal misshapen heart with its valves spewing out webs of causality to manipulate humanity's fate and lined on all sides with countless eyes upon closer inspection.
** The giant Sea God has dozens of eyeballs ''covering its heart''. Each one was staring at Guts the entire time he was trying to destroy it.
* ''SamuraiDeeperKyo'' has [[spoiler: Hishigi]], who has kept himself alive by implanting [[MagicalEye Devil Eyes]] in the left side of his body.
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[[folder:Comicbooks]]
* 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 has recently been 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''.
** Amusingly, the Ten-Eyed Man never overcame the reflex to shield his face with his hands. He was defeated when someone [[EyeScream threw a cactus at his head]].
** It didn't even take something really pointy like a cactus. Getting him to grab things was the standard means of defeating him.
* Nineyes from ''Float'' (by Yi.magination) has, as her name indicates, nine eyes spread out over her body (head, hands, feet, belly button...) Unlike most other examples here, they are tasteful rather than horrifying; they can only be seen by people with advanced karma, and represents various virtues. Yes, she have eyes on her feet and make it look good.
* Argos (mentioned below in Mythology) makes a brief appearance working for his old boss Hera in ''TheIncredibleHercules''.
* The Anti-Christ in ''LeagueOfExtraordinaryGentlemen: Century 2009'' develops eyes all over his body, and he's pissed off about it. He's also strongly implied to be [[spoiler: Harry Potter]].
* In ''ComicBook/TheSandman'', the Corinthian inverts this trope.
* Comicbook/XMen student Eye Boy is, naturally enough, covered in eyes. He can see things like magic, though it's hard to say that's really worth having eyeballs on your hands.
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[[folder:Film]]
* The Pale Man from ''Film/PansLabyrinth'' has eyes on his palms.
* In ''HellboyII'', the Angel of Death had eyes all over its wings... but none on its face. Creepifying. From the same director as the above ''Pan's Labyrinth'', and, in fact, the same actor. This is clearly based on Azrael, the Angel of Death from Islamic legend. He has an eye on his wings for ''every living thing'', which close as they die. ''Way'' cooler than that pansy knitting stuff.
* The two aliens from ''Film/WhamBamThankYouSpaceman'' has their eyes [[BrainBleach between their legs]] . . .
* In ''Film/{{Beetlejuice}}'', the ghostly Maitlands [[NightmareFace deform their faces to look scarier]]; Adam ends up with eyes on his fingertips, Barbara with eyes in her mouth.
* As depicted (with [[{{Narm}} unintentionally hilarious]] results) in the 1986 film ''Gothic'', the poet Percy Shelley had recurring nightmares about a woman with eyes where her nipples should be.
** An older Creator/CharlesAddams cartoon used this as a gag. It was funny. And appalling.
** Creator/TimPowers' ''Literature/TheStressOfHerRegard'' plays with this also, making Shelley's alleged "nightmares" into Polidori's interpretation of something Percy'd yelled in a foreign language, that only sounded like "eyes in her breasts" when mistaken for English.
* In the 1959 horror film ''The Manster'', an eyeball growing on a character's shoulder is the first sign that [[EnemyWithin something weird is happening]] to his body.
** ''[[Franchise/EvilDead Army of Darkness]]'' includes a parody of this scene.
* Topper Harley from ''HotShots!'' has his father's eyes. Literally. He keeps them in a little velvet case.
* ''[[Series/TheAddamsFamily Addams Family Values]]'':
-->'''Gomez''': He has my father's eyes!
-->'''Morticia''': Gomez, take those out of his mouth.
* In ''Film/{{Labyrinth}}'', there's a mossy plant covered with eyes that watches Jennifer Connelly. Don't blame it a bit.
** Not like there was anything else to watch.
** Although the Fireys' eyes are usually in the normal place, they function just fine on the ends of their owners' fingers, in their mouths, or just rolling on the ground.
* In ''TheDarkCrystal'', Aughra is capable of [[FacelessEye removing her one eye]] and holding it out to see over ledges or around corners.
* Mr. Potato Head did the same thing with his eyes in the first ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory''.
* One of the [[{{Kaiju}} giant monsters]] in the Japanese comedy/drama ''Dai Nipponjin'' (released in America as ''Film/BigManJapan'') has no head and carries a giant eye on its hands (though in this case, it represents a [[spoiler: giant penis]]).
* In ''Film/TheGate'', an eye grows out of protagonist's hand. [[EyeScream He stabs it.]]
* One of the more watchable bits of the ''VideoGame/{{Doom}}'' movie is a scene where a soldier sees somebody's eyes opening in the darkness, and calls out assuming it's the scientist he's looking for. Then all of the figure's ''other'' eyes open, all over its head...
* Played for laughs in ''{{Cars 2}}'' Mater is a little freaked out by a Parisian car whose eyes are in her headlights instead of her windshield like every other car. [[FridgeHorror (Somewhat understandable when you remember what the headlights stood in for briefly in the first movie).]]
* ''Film/BigTroubleInLittleChina''. Lo Pan's spherical spy monster has eyes on stalks, on its back, and even one in its mouth.
* In ''Film/PacificRim'', the {{Kaiju}} Mutavore has eyes on her lower jaw.
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[[folder:Literature]]
* Literature/PercyJacksonAndTheOlympians has the minor character Argus[[note]]The same guy as the Mythology example below, incidentally.[[/note]], the [[ExtranormalInstitute camp]] security director, who is a monster with a hundred eyes all over his body. There is an Urban Legend among the campers that he [[HeroicMime never speaks]] because he has an eye on his tongue.
* In one of Diane Duane's Literature/YoungWizards novels, the hero briefly encounters an alien who looks like a berry bush, except the berries are all eyes. A member of the same species later becomes a supporting character. Quite a nice guy, really, with a fondness for baseball caps.
* The ''Series/DoctorWho'' novel ''The Eyeless'' has an alien race which frequently takes "trophies" from the worlds it visits. It's not actually meant to be ''quite'' as grotesque as that word makes it sound, though it's pretty close; they're more ruthlessly logical than brutal; it's a cultural thing amongst them that when they encounter something new, the one who makes the discovery gets to keep a piece of that something... like a young girl's eyes, for example.
* In the Creator/StephenKing short story "I Am the Doorway" (found in the collection ''Literature/NightShift''), a former astronaut develops eyes in his fingertips. Then things get much worse from there....
* In Creator/DanAbnett's Literature/{{Eisenhorn}} novel ''Malleus'', they must infiltrate muties. One mutant woman, a many-armed prostitute, winks at them -- with an eye on her tongue.
* In Madeline L'Engle's ''Literature/AWindInTheDoor'', the "singular cherubim" Proginoskes is depicted as composed of ''nothing but'' eyes and wings, and the occasional jet of fire. (In this, he resembles Literature/TheBible's descriptions of [[OurAngelsAreDifferent angels]], which are a long way from modern depictions of "cherubs".) Charles Wallace is apparently the only character who doesn't have a minor brain-BSOD upon first seeing him.
* Wilbur Whateley in Creator/HPLovecraft's CthulhuMythos novella ''Literature/TheDunwichHorror'' has two extra eyes on the sides of his pelvis, with a creepy organ for sucking blood in between them. Lovecraft called it a 'tail', but [[{{Squick}} we all know what he meant...]]
* Literature/TheBible describes some angels as having eyes on all sides of their bodies, making this OlderThanFeudalism.
** Among these angels are angelic beings who, while not named in the Bible, are sometimes referred to as Ophans or Ophanim. They make an appearance in the book of Ezekiel and are described as looking like beryl colored wheels within wheels with rims full of eyes.
* Probably in reference to Argos (mythology, not catalogue), the ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'' god Blind Io is usually drawn with an EyelessFace but surrounded by a cloud of floating {{Faceless Eye}}s.
** That's how he's described in the books. It's said in one of them (I believe Discworld/SmallGods) that he doesn't like ravens because they keep trying to eat his floating eyes.
* Literature/EmilyEyefinger is a series of children's books about a girl who is born with an eye on the end of her finger.
* In [[TabletopGame/ForgottenRealms R.A. Salvatore's]] novel ''[[Literature/TheLegendOfDrizzt Siege of Darkness]]'' a misfiring teleportation spell results in only the casting wizard's eyes arriving at their destination. This is played mostly for slightly squicky humor -- the wizard can still ''see'' with them and make himself heard at their location, they're just not in the same place as the rest of his body. The same thing is mentioned in one of the Literature/HarryPotter books, where it's referred to as being "splinched". It's apparently painful and inconvenient, but not permanently harmful. When treated and fixed properly. Ron's splinching in ''Deathly Hallows'' was definitely not funny.
* The short story "Tonsil Eye 'Tis" by Creator/PaulJennings involves a boy growing an eye on one finger as a result of a garden gnome-related accident.
* A guard in the first book of Literature/TheBartimaeusTrilogy is described as having one of his eyes positioned so that it would be difficult to sneak up on him [[VulgarHumor from behind, while he was touching his toes]].
* One of the many weird adaptations of Henders Island creatures in ''Literature/{{Fragment}}'' is an extra set of eyes near the middle of the back.
* In the short story "The Muse" by Anthony Burgess, an [[MakesSenseInContext astronaut literary scholar]] imagines he sees extra eyes in weird places on the inhabitants of another planet. The people actually look entirely human.
* In Paul and Hollace Davids's series of ''Franchise/StarWars'' novels, Emperor Palpatine's long-sought-after heir is reputed to have a third eye. A pretender to the throne appears, who has an extra eye on his forehead and feigns Force sensitivity. [[spoiler:Later the true heir emerges, and his third eye is on the back of his head.]]
* In the novel ''Literature/TheDarkHalf'' by Stephen King, surgery reveals an eyeball inside the protagonist's brain. It's a remnant of his identical twin, who was absorbed in utero.
* Creator/HPLovecraft short story "AtTheMountainsOfMadness". The shoggoths are a huge mass of protoplasm with eyes that temporarily form and disappear all over its body.
* Grendel's mother of Beowulf has eyes in her breasts.
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[[folder:Live-Action TV]]
* In ''Series/TheOuterLimits'' revival episode "The New Breed", a man whose body is being involuntarily upgraded by injected {{Nanomachines}} finds that the source of the sudden pain on the back of his head is a new pair of eyes.
* An old episode of ''Series/TheTwilightZone'' had an otherwise HumanAlien who covered his third eye to pass as an Earthling for sinister purposes. (It's on his forehead, in the original short story it was on the back of his head and normally covered by hair.)
* ''TheDickVanDykeShow'' has a dream sequence episode where Laura Petrie had eyes in the back of her head, much to Rob's horror.
* ''Series/{{Angel}}'' has something very similar with the victims of the Skilosh demons, who got an extra eye in the back of the head.
* Eye Guy, one of the [[MonsterOfTheWeek monsters of the week]] in ''MightyMorphinPowerRangers'' was a creature which was completely made out of eyes.
** Retinax, from ''Series/PowerRangersWildForce'' has eyes all over his body, even inside his main eye! His fellow general Mandilok has what appears to be a glowing red eye in his mouth.
* A ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' sketch from 1991 (hosted by Kirstie Alley) featured female aliens who looked like humans, only their eyes were on their breasts.
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[[folder:Music Videos]]
* Music/{{Madonna}}'s video for "Bedtime Story" ends with a shot of her singing, but her face has two mouths where her eyes should be, and one eye in the place of her mouth. When she closes her eye, the positioning of it makes it look like a bizarre mouth.
* In the music video for Music/{{Tool}}'s "Vicarious" there are eyes all over the place, most notably on the backs of the transparent-skinned humanoid creatures' hands. And this is still one of the ''less'' disturbing things [[NightmareFuel in this video]].
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[[folder:Mythology]]
* Argos, or Argus [[BilingualBonus Pano]][[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin ptes]], of [[GreekMythology Greek myth]], had eyes all over his body, and he kept a constant watch by sleeping only some of them at a time. He was pretty {{Badass}} too. Argos was the one who slew Echidna, the mother of all monsters.
** ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' has Argos [[AKindOfOne as a race of monsters]] with eyes all over their bodies.
* Argos is also apparently the mythological origin of the peacock. After he was slain by Hermes (he pulled it off by putting all of his eyes to sleep at once before beheading him), Argos' master Hera took his eyes and put them on the feathers of a bird. Thus the peacock was born.
* There's a Japanese {{Obake}} / youkai called a Shirime which has an [[TheBlank Eyeless Face]] and a single giant eye...in its anus. Which it delights in showing off to passers-by by stretching its cheeks wide. Yes. The Japanese, in fact, have a [[ShockSite Goatse]] monster. Oh, Japan.
* Plenty of Hindu deities have eyes in the wrong places; most notably, a third eye in the forehead represents mystical sight and wisdom.
* The Grey Sisters of Greek myth were [[RuleOfThree three old hags]] that shared between them a single eye and a single tooth, making this an example of FacelessEye and EyelessFace. Perseus got information about Gorgons from them by stealing the eye and holding it hostage. After getting what he needed, he threw the eye into the cave so that the sisters would be too preoccupied "[[IncrediblyLamePun looking]]" for it to chase him down.
* Metatron, the Face of God, is said to have a million eyes (and mouths) all over his body.
** Several Angels and other celestial beings have strange number or placement of eyes, such as hundreds covering their wings.
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[[folder:Tabletop Games]]
* In ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'':
** The otyugh has eyes on three tentacles that surround its gaping, toothy mouth.
** Beholders have ''ten'' eyes growing from the top of them, plus a big one in front. Other Beholderkin have even weirder arrangements. One is essentially a slimy tree covered in eyes.
** In the CthulhuMythos section of the original 1st Edition ''Deities and Demigods Cyclopedia'', the shoggoth is shown as having multiple eyes all over its ameoba-like body.
** Gibbering Mouthers are human-sized ameoba-like monsters covered with eyes and mouths.
* One memorable piece of artwork for the ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'' Chaos god [[NightmareFetishist Slaanesh]] has an eye instead of a nipple on its exposed breast. The Forgeworld model for the Keeper of Secrets (a greater daemon of Slaanesh) has multiple breasts, several with eyes in place of nipples.
* From ''TabletopGame/MagicTheGathering'', [[http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_ArfyWZETZvk/TK5vjw1coeI/AAAAAAAAAlo/TUdWkulEiJQ/s1600/kozilek.jpg Kozilek, Butcher of Truth]] has eyes peppered on its arms.
* ''TabletopGame/CallOfCthulhu''.
** In the main rules, shoogoths are noted as being covered with eyes.
** Supplement ''The Asylum and Other Tales'', adventure "The Asylum". The proto-shoggoth can create organs anywhere on its body whenever it likes. One example given was creating an eye in the palm of its hand.
* ''Mutant Future''. Yhe Eyedog has eyes all over its body. Some can see heat, some can see in ultraviolet, and others can give off light, radiation or energy blasts.
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[[folder:Toys]]
* 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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[[folder:Videogames]]
* A rather famous bug in ''[[VideoGame/SuperSmashBros Super Smash Bros. Melee]]'' shows that Daisy's trophy has a third eye on the back of her head, hidden behind her hair.
** ''3D Movie Maker'' had the same deal: One of the actresses had her whole face replicated on the back of her head behind her hair.
* [[VideoGame/SuperMario64 Eyerok]] is a pair of giant telepathic stone hands with eyes set in the palms.
* A trip into hell in ''VideoGame/DevilMayCry'' normally includes eyes on the walls.
* Wizeman from ''NightsIntoDreams'' has eyes in his six floating hands and nowhere else.
* When William Birkin injects himself with [[TheVirus the G-Virus]] in ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil2'', his first mutation is a gigantic eyeball growing out of his shoulder.
** Eyeball tumors appears to be a side-effect of the G-Virus. Curtis from ''Resident Evil: Degeneration'' sprouts a similar eye after he's injected with it, as does Lisa Trevor from [=REmake=].
** Osmund Saddler from ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil4'', when he goes OneWingedAngel. To be fair, those eyes were technically on his face; his face just happened to sprout legs and combat tentacles. Even before that, he had an eye IN HIS MOUTH. Like, his lips were eyelids.
** The J'avo of ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil6'' have ''at least'' five eyes on their heads, two in the usual place for a human while the rest is scattered around their faces. [[MalevolentMaskedMen The ones in Edonia typically wrap their faces and use hoodies, while the Lanshiang ones often wear ceramic masks]], but [[GlamourFailure both kinds of disguise come off when their heads are attacked]].
* ''ShinMegamiTensei'''s [[HorsemenOfTheApocalypse White Rider]]'s horse is covered in staring blue eyes.
* With Franchise/{{Disgaea}}, we have the galactic demons from ''VideoGame/DisgaeaHourOfDarkness'' and [[{{EldritchAbomination}} Des]][[{{CuteMonsterGirl}} co]] from ''VideoGame/Disgaea4APromiseUnforgotten''.
* When Fadroh from ''BatenKaitos: Eternal Wings and the Lost Ocean'' goes into OneWingedAngel mode, he has an eye in his crotch. Which shoots ludicrously-powerful laser beams.
* Dark Samus/[[spoiler:Metroid Prime]] in the ''VideoGame/MetroidPrime'' series has an eye on the back of its hand, for apparently no reason [[RuleofScary except to look scary as hell when it first appears]]. This actually makes some sense, because the [[AllThereInTheManual manual for Metroid 2]] says the PowerCrystal that Samus has in the same place is a sensor. However, it's unknown if the makers of the Prime series knew that at the time.[[spoiler:They go away but come back during Prime 2's climax.]]
** To say nothing of Phantoon, a bulbous tentacled ghost creature with a large eyeball inside its mouth.
* The Hecteyes (and similar) enemies in the ''FinalFantasy'' series are nothing but giant pulsating masses of flesh, entirely covered in eyes. ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII'' has Jenova, who in the words of the Internet:
-->"She has eyes for nipples! ''Eyes for nipples!!!''"
** Well, technically only ''one''. The other is BarbieDollAnatomy.
** In ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXII'', the [[EncyclopediaExposita bestiary entry]] for the Hecteyes monsters explains that only one pair of its eyes actually function, and the others are there to throw off any foes that go for the eyes when attacking.
* In the NES game ''Abadox'', which takes place [[FantasticVoyagePlot within]] a huge, organic PlanetEater, almost every ''interior'' surface has countless eyes. Especially the digestive tract.
* In ''[[SoulSeries SoulCalibur II]]'', in his [[ShirtlessScene shirtless costume]], Nightmare's freaky claw-arm extends to his chest, complete with a red eye where his nipple would be.
** 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.
* ''VideoGame/YumeNikki'': One of the powers Madotsuki can obtain turns her head into a hand with an eye on it.
** More than that, eyes where they do not belong or no eyes where they do belong are a strong theme in Yume Nikki. In some areas it seems like everything has eyes ''but'' the place that should have them.
* Ragna, the "main" character of ''VideoGame/BlazBlue'', has a gauntlet/[[spoiler: magical prosthetic arm]] with a red eye-like design on the back of the hand. The eye even opens widely when he uses his [[SuperpoweredEvilSide Blood Kain]] ability. Note that RobotGirl Nu-13 has a virtually identical eye-design that she wears as an [[EyepatchOfPower eyepatch]], one of many hints that the two characters are connected. The True Ending reveals that these "eyes" are [[note]]fake[[/note]][[spoiler:Azure Grimoires.]]
** Tsubaki Yayoi is another example of this. When she equips the Izayoi in Continuum Shift she has an eyball on her hat, and eyeball on her book, and an eyeball on the handle of her sword. Ironically, [[spoiler:she goes blind.]]
** Hakumen has red eyes on his shoulders wrists, and shin.
* ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'' has the Icecrown Citadel bosses [[http://images1.wikia.nocookie.net/wowwiki/images/d/d3/Rotface.jpg Rotface]] and his brother [[PaletteSwap Festergut]]. There's another eye on the back of its head, though it's usually staring at the ceiling.
** One of the [[EldritchAbomination Old God]] bosses, Yogg-Saron, inverts this trope by having toothy mouths where eyes would be. And those toothy mouths are all over his head and body.
** Cataclysm features Cho'gal, an ogre leader of the Twilight Cult, with eyes on his chest and arms.
* ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaFourSwords'', ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaFourSwordsAdventures'', and ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTheMinishCap'': Vaati. ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaPhantomHourglass''' Bellum, too.
** Speaking of, the GoForTheEye trope is so prevalent in that series that the games tend to indicate arrow/slingshot targets with eyes. That means most enemies who are specifically weak to arrows have unnaturally large eyes somewhere on their bodies, and walls with projectile-based switches stare at you.
* One of the creepier traits of [[BrilliantButLazy Yukari]] [[RealityWarper Yakumo]] of the ''VideoGame/{{Touhou}}'' series is her penchant for making eyes appear in the [[PortalNetwork gaps]] that she creates.
** Utsuho [[ILoveNuclearPower Reiuji]] has a huge red eye on her chest. It doesn't look entirely unlike [[LordOfTheRings Sauron]].
** [[SpeciesSurname Satori]] and [[StrongerSibling Koishi]] [[MindOverManners Komeiji]] also have additional eyes. On their ''hearts''. Which, in turn, are located ''[[{{Squick}} outside of their bodies]]'', being connected to their owners with what's presumably arteries and veins. All of this [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/df57e4f8cf84e1d1aa812ccdfeb4920f_8441.png isn't really as creepy-looking as it sounds]]. It is, however, exactly as ''[[RuleOfSymbolism symbolic]]'' as it sounds, resulting in some truly odd consequences when Koishi closed her third eye.
* ''VideoGame/LSDDreamEmulator'' sometimes gives areas textures that put eyes in the scenery, on the floor or in windows, for example.
* ''[[VideoGame/AncientDomainsOfMystery ADOM]]'' has a Dorn Beast. Its exact looks are unknown, but it is grey and purple and black and grey and white and has sixty-three eyes. Well... its exact looks, seeing as ADOM is a roguelike, is a purple F. It can be safely assumed that some of the sixty-three eyes are not on the head, anyway.
** The Dornbeast is a reference to the ''VideoGame/{{Zork}}'' games, and previously appeared in ''Sorcerer'' and ''Beyond Zork''. In the latter, it's too powerful to fight until you immobilize it by [[spoiler: cutting a giant onion]].
** There's also the "You Have Grown a Total of 12 Eyes" mutation.
* The angels in ''VideoGame/{{Bayonetta}}'' are revealed to be all about this once you crack through their marble skin.
* One of the enemies in ''VideoGame/{{Okami}}'' consists of a wheel with a huge eye in the center. Even better though, the locks in the game consist of a single giant eye and mouth. You unlock them by ''[[EyeScream driving the key right into the eye]]''.
** One of the bosses, the Spider Queen (or "Prostitute Spider" in the original translation). It's scary enough her head is just an eyeless giant mouth complete with oversized mandibles, but her abdomen can open up like a flower bud which has 8 EYEBALLS for petals. Yikes.
* The Sand Scorpion from ''SonicAndTheSecretRings'' has a total of 6 eyes: two on each of its tails, one on its back, and one ''in its mouth''.
* Jirachi from ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' has an eye ''on its abdomen.'' Thankfully Jirachi is adorable and its eye is closed most of the time, so it manages to not be creepy.
** Wobbuffet and Wynaut's eyes are on their ''tails''. The Wobbuffet species in particular are ''extremely'' protective of them, and the pokedex implies that they hold 'a secret'. A popular theory is that the squinty eyes on their face aren't eyes at all.
** Claydol has eyes all around its head, with a beak between each one of them.
** Barbaracle has eyes on its hands. Then again, each "hand" is an entity in itself.
** Meowstic have psychic organs on the inside of their ears, that look exactly like their eyes.
* [[MadScientist The Architect]] from ''VideoGame/DragonAgeOriginsAwakening'' is an unusual example. His eyes are in his face. . .but they're asymmetrically arranged very close together above his nose, with one tilted, in a way that's [[UncannyValley possibly more wrong]] than having them elsewhere on his body.
* Peacock, from ''VideoGame/{{Skullgirls}}'', has six elongated eyes located prominently on her cybernetic arms. That's not counting the indefinite amount of free-floating eyes she can summon. And those BlackBeadEyes on her face? They're where her normal eyes used to be before they were [[EyeScream gouged out]].
* The final boss of ''KirbysReturnToDreamLand'' doesn't reveal his mouth until he TurnsRed, where you see that it's less a mouth and more a ''giant eyeball''.
** A similar thing happens in ''VideoGame/Kirby64TheCrystalShards'' when 02 reveals his true form. Yikes.
* ''VideoGame/TheNeverhood'': Ottoborg is depicted as having eyes on his palms on Wall of Records. The fact that he is king created to be happy and joyful all the day may or may not induce further creepiness.
* One of the early boss monsters from ''VideoGame/{{Catherine}}'' is the Immoral Beast, a warped human torso with its limbs on backward, a VaginaDentata mouth, and a pair of eyes on its ass.
* ''VideoGame/DwarfFortress'' has staring eyeball, a kind of grass found only in evil biomes that is ''made out of eyeball.'' Cows can still eat it, though.
* Malassa, the goddess of darkness in ''HeroesOfMightAndMagic'' games that are set in the world of Ashan, takes the form of an enormous black dragon with eyes on her wings.
* ''VideoGame/ISeeYou'': In a later part of the game there are eyes on the walls.
* ''{{Tsukumogami}}'' is awash with non-biological examples... the titular evil spirits possessing everyday household objects mostly appear as said object with one or more eyes (and maybe a tongue) added for sheer creepiness. True to the original mythology, of course...
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* Coyote from ''Webcomic/GunnerkriggCourt'' has an eye on his chest and one on each of his shoulders and thighs. They appear to be stylized eye designs, but in the last panel [[http://www.gunnerkrigg.com/archive_page.php?comicID=487 here]], they are clearly turning to look at Antimony. He also has a slightly less conspicuous pair behind each of his ''ears''.
** He's also [[http://www.gunnerkrigg.com/archive_page.php?comicID=489 fond of]] [[FacelessEye juggling his eyeballs]].
* Roger Pepitone from ''Webcomic/CollegeRoomiesFromHell'' mutated an eye in his hand, which is much less frequently referred to compared to the more useful mutations of his roomies.
* Sgt. Schlock from ''Webcomic/SchlockMercenary'' usually keeps his eyes above his mouth, but since he's an amorphous [[BlobMonster blob]] and they aren't actually part of his body, he can put them anywhere, such as on tentacles to look around corners. At one point, he had ''four'' eyes, and kept two in his mouth, to "[[http://www.schlockmercenary.com/d/20060307.html watch what he ate]]!"
* ''Webcomic/{{Drowtales}}'' had one or more extra eyes being standard for the heavily tainted once their seed starts taking them over, as demonstrated [[http://www.drowtales.com/mainarchive.php?sid=7214 by Kes'sen]], or a scar where a third eye should be for one character - but [[spoiler:Naal'suul]] gains an eye on ''[[http://www.drowtales.com/mainarchive.php?sid=7809 someone else's tongue]]'' as part of a massive random fusion of demon-tainted bodies. And it's implied there's more where that came from hidden in the shadows.
* Parodied in the last panel of [[http://www.vgcats.com/comics/?strip_id=198 this VgCats strip]] on ''{{Spore}}''.
* ''Webcomic/DanAndMabsFurryAdventures'' has [[http://www.missmab.com/Comics/Abel_12.php Cindy]], who was born with an eye on the palm of her hand as a result of excessive exposure to magic. Other than that she's perfectly normal. [[spoiler: She eventually commits suicide, several years after Abel left the town due to prejudice about his wings. It's implied that Cindy may have killed herself due to discrimination, and being unable to make friends after Abel's family left.]]
* In [=WolfPearl's=] comic ''WebComic/{{Wurr}}'', Iralbe the hell hound has two eyes set into his tongue, which open when he pants and close when he retracts his tongue. His empty eye sockets are covered in heat-sensing pits instead.
* ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'' gives us the UglyCute Vodka Mutini, a mutant kitten with four eyes.
* This [[http://brawlinthefamily.keenspot.com/2013/02/26/467-phantoon-has-it-rough/ Brawl in the Family comic]] looks deeper in what daily life would mean for the aforementioned [[{{Metroid}} Phantoon]] above. "Phantoon has it Rough", indeed.
* In ''Webcomic/{{Goblins}}'' spin-off comic ''Tempts Fate'', the title character has a demonic eyeball on the sole of one of his feet, as a result of being cursed by a demon lord.
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* [[EldritchAbomination Carmilla]] from the ''Literature/WhateleyUniverse''. She's the child of [[AGodAmI Gothmog]] and often has eyes on stalks in horrible places. One time she [[CombatTentacles grabbed Shadowwolf]] and her face split. Down the middle. Inside were more tentacles, with eyes on stalks. And other BodyHorror tropes. Shadowwolf screamed and wet himself.
* In ''Roleplay/RubyQuest'', Ruby enters a dark room to speak with Subject Six. At first he doesn't seem to have any eyes at all; but as Ruby speaks to him, more and more luminous eyeballs begin opening in the darkness around her. Then Tom turns on the lights... [[spoiler:suffice to say, all the eyeballs are attached to Subject Six. In one way or another.]]
* [[DarkerAndEdgier The Lickitung in]] [[http://danbooru.donmai.us/post/show/662335/arbok-creepy-ekans-electrode-farfetch-d-golbat-gol this]] horrific ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' drawing.
* ''WeaponBrown'': Similar to the Shelley thing, [[http://www.whatisdeepfried.com/2010/05/24/weapon-brown-163/ Mistress Van Pelt]] has some ''[[{{Squick}} interesting]]'' ideas for [[CalvinAndHobbes C.A.L.v1N]].
* ''{{Zalgo}}'' mutations, although [[EyeScream the ones on the face liquify into]] BloodyTears.
* {{Cyriak}}'s online animated video "Something" features 1950s people with excess eyes and mouths.
* Crawler from ''Literature/{{Worm}}'' has eyes all over his torso. He doesn't look even remotely human anymore.
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* One of ''WesternAnimation/{{Ben 10}}'''s many transformations is Eye Guy, a CaptainErsatz of Cyclops from ''Comicbook/{{X-Men}}'' in powers. Eyes cover nearly every inch of his body ''except'' his head.
** During the first series when we learn what the Omnitrix is called Ghostfreak is seen [[BodyHorror moving his eye behind him to look at Gwen.]] Without his second skin he can't do it since his head is basically a skull.
* Krumm in ''AaahhRealMonsters'' carried his eyes around in his hands. His father did the same thing, but after one of his eyes was fired out of a rifle in the Revolutionary War, he started wearing a [[EyepatchOfPower black glove]] on that hand. This was generally played for laughs, such as the episode where he lodges them into a mummy, then can't get them out before they have to retreat.
* An episode of ''WesternAnimation/AquaTeenHungerForce'' has Carl being sucked into a jet powered toilet. Frylock makes several attempts to construct a new body for Carl, including one made entirely of eyes from a website specializing in medical waste.
-->'''Master Shake:''' Wait a minute. Before you turn him on...do you think he'll be able to see us?\\
'''Frylock:''' In ways you can only imagine.\\
'''Master Shake:''' But look, I mean...is he going to be able to chase us? 'Cause if I woke up lookin' like that, I would just run towards the nearest living thing and kill it.
* In an episode of ''TransformersAnimated'' Prowl and Bumblebee get infected by space barnacles. They end up with eyes in quite a few places, but Prowl has one distinctly on his hand.
** Taken UpToEleven in WesternAnimation/TransformersPrime with [[spoiler:Unicron]] and an eye inside his spark chamber.
* Peek-A-Blue from ''WesternAnimation/SheRaPrincessOfPower'' gets PsychicPowers by the eyes on her [[PeacockGirl peacock tail]].
* Ten-Eyed Man and Mutant Master in ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheBraveAndTheBold''.
* XavierRenegadeAngel: Along with being a bizarre humanoid with brown hair, mouth beak, six nipples, backwards legs, and a snake hand, Xavier also has a giant eye placed in the middle of his crotch which he calls his "pen-eye"
* In ''WesternAnimation/LavenderCastle'', Captain Thrice has a third eye on his nose.
* Dr. Five Eyes of ''WesternAnimation/SkysurferStrikeForce'' has two normal ones, one in the center of his forehead, one on the back of his head and a giant eye on his chest.
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* In the course of evolution eyes have apparently evolved multiple times, and sometimes in not-exactly-expected places. Box jellyfish have four sets of eyes on four sides of their body.
** Many insects have five eyes: two compound ones and three simple ones called ocelli.
** Spiders have six or, more often, eight eyes for 360 degree field of view.
*** Jumping spiders have eight eyes: six smaller eyes for 360 degree view and a pair of huge anterior median eyes for high-magnification view of their potential prey, much like the field binoculars. The front sides of those eyes cannot move, but the ''retinas'' can.
*** Barn owls, by the way, can't really move their eyes, either. Indeed, barn owl eyes are so big that if they were spherical they would have ''overlapped''; it remains an open question whether some shoujo characters show the same evolutionary adaptation.
** Crayfish have an extra eye on their ''tails'' (that one does not form images though, but responds vigorously to a passing shadow).
** Tuatara has a third, parietal eye (lens, retina, and all) at the top of its head.
** Scallops have tiny eyes all over the edge of the mantle.
** The critter that takes the cake is ''Ophiocoma wendtii'', a kind of a brittle star. The upper side of its whole damn body is covered with refracting crystals and interconnected photoreceptors, forming one huge eye. Think about it for a moment.
* Not a straight example, but many animals (especially insects) have ''false'' eyes used to startle enemies or fool them into [[GoForTheEye attacking the wrong body part]].
* Non-creepy, non-squicky version: Peacocks.
** [[DontExplainTheJoke Those are merely coloration, they are not eyes.]]
* Flounders are born with normally placed eyes, but as the fish mature, one eye moves to the other side of the head, making them look not unlike a Picasso painting.
** The aptly-named four-eyed fish, adapted to spot food right at the water's surface, has protruding eyeballs that are divided horizontally, giving it an upper set of pupils that see in air and a lower pair that see underwater. That's right: it's got its extra eyes ''in its eyes''
* Genetic experiments on fruit flies have produced flies with up to sixteen functional eyes on various parts of their bodies.
* A mutant toad was found in Hamilton, Ontario that had functional eyes inside its mouth.
** It's been theorized that some labyrinthodonts (ancient amphibians) had the ability to rotate their eyeballs to look out the roof of the mouth, letting them directly watch for prey swimming past or into their jaws.
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