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Eye Scream: Web Original
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  • Survival of the Fittest has a couple of these moments. On the V3 island Bobby Jacks puts his desginated weapon (a syringe) to use by sticking it straight through the eye of Tyson Neills. Shameeca Mitchell also killed Boxer Carvalaho like this, with a customised toothbrush/dildo, by stabbing him through the eye and then smashing his head in with a wrench. (No, seriously)
    • JR Rizzolo's torture of Laeil Burbank, during which he cuts out her left eye with a sword and crushes it with his bare hand.
    • In SotF Evolution, Billy-Jay Clarke's power is of 'Ocular Luminescence' (torch beam eyes, effectively). However, the feedback loop of said power is flawed and he absorbs so much solar energy that it overloads and his eyes melt.
    • A particularly squick Eye Scream occurred recently in V4 when Maxwell Lombardi jams both his thumbs into Daniel Blessing's eye sockets... Ouch.
    • Rekka Saionji is on the receiving end twice in the same post, in the same eye, first from his opponent's elbow, then from his tooth.
  • The Tal'Vorn DragonLord, Drake Frost Heart, was hit in the face with the accumulated force of a forest condensed into a green orb of energy. End result? Lost an eye and walked away ''smiling.''
  • The SCP Foundation is in possession of:
    • SCP-212, "The Improver", a surgical automaton. The link is safe to click, but if you are easily Squicked then don't scroll down.
    • SCP-525 is a creature made of spider-like legs that band together to seek out creatures, extract their eyes and lay eggs in their sockets.
    • SCP-679. Just the picture is Squicky enough, try reading the article.
  • From The Onion: Bush's Eyelid Accidentally Nailed To Wall.
  • Xinjao O'Reilly in Tech Infantry loses an eye to a soldering iron during a torture session after being captured by the religious fanatics of the Christian Federation.
  • Ruby Quest. So much, it's almost a central feature.
  • The short vid Spider... one of the few cases where it is well earned.
  • This NSFW/L Happy Tree Friends episode
  • Gaia Online recently introduced the ability for Avatars to purchase new eyes... from the Hair Salon.
    Vanessa: Doing eyes isn't too different than doing hair, I guess. Just a lot of snipping and drying and jars of blue stuff.
    • Older than that is the Oculus Mythica, an item that gives you a bunch of unique eye designs to choose from. Including empty, bleeding eye sockets. Funny, people don't approach me often when I wear that item.
  • In Mur Lafferty's podcast fiction series Heaven, a character named Daniel loses the same eye repeatedly during the course of the series.
  • In Darwin's Soldiers Kain gets his own syringe through the eye when he tries to inject Aimee.
  • One of the warning signs that Zalgo is coming is that people will suddenly have fountains of black ooze drip from their eyes.
  • In Zombie Roadkill, an undead squirrel rips a girl's eyes out and uses one to replace its own.
  • This de-motivational image.
  • The chef from Regular Ordinary Swedish Meal Time shoves lemons into his eyes during the Superior Smörgåscake episode.
  • Jordan Eats Normally Now, of The Fear Mythos, has an all-but-shown case with Nathan in this video. You can see Sam grab a pencil, you can hear disgusting squishes in the struggle, and you can hear Nathan shout "MY EYE!" note 
  • My Eyes... They Took... My Eyes...
  • Fivesecondfilms made a series of films (all 5 seconds long) dedicated to eyes and, more often than not, the mutilation and/or removal of them. Check it out here. Don't worry, it's nowhere near as horrific as it sounds.
  • The character of Galaxy from Equestria Chronicles accidentally teleported her eyeballs out as a foal.
  • This picture pulls it off in a creepier way than most ever want to see.
  • The Platoon Of Power Squadron does this twice, both times to the same character. First he's blinded by a shock of electricity, and later the Big Bad forces his useless eyes out and replaces them with balls of smoke. Though the picture's fuzzy, one can still clearly see his eyeballs bug out and drip down the sides of his face. Squick.
  • SF Debris's version of Captain Janeway—an insane, Ax-Crazy, genocidal tyrant and Mad Scientist—engineers an army of warrior cobalt tarantulas who live in hives, have wings, and posses an insatiable hunger for ocular jelly.
  • "Hey, did you know carrots are good for your eyesight?"
  • On Hyperbole And A Half, Allie describes a toothache.
  • On several occasions in the Web Serial Novel Worm:
    • At the end of Skitter's second fight against the massively-regenerating supervillain Lung, she methodically cuts out his eyes to stop him from escaping before the police arrive.
    • When Imp stabs Bonesaw in the eye, she reacts relatively calmly, talking enthusiastically about maybe switching to a different color, or perhaps heterochromia.
    • Skitter defeats Valefor, a villain whose power works via his gaze, by filling his eyeballs with maggots.
    • In general, when Skitter is actively looking to hurt/kill, she takes to doing things like directing bees, wasps and other stinging insects into people's eyes.
  • When getting tortured by fans at the end of his Ponyo review for not liking Howl's Moving Castle, The Nostalgia Critic gets stabbed in the eye twice, once by fingernails and the other time with the edge of a DVD.
  • Tokyo Magic Star: In episode 4, Sakura attacks a villain with magic. Seems standard for a Magical Girl... until it makes his eyes bleed.
  • On the Ask Hobo Pony blog, the eponymous character has a glass shard stuck in her eye that she doesn't notice until commentors point it out. She's given a choice of a lollipop, a pencil, and a pair of tweezers to remove it; rather than make the obvious choice of the tweezers, she tries to use the pencil to dig it out which exacerbates the problem when it also gets stuck, so she has to go to a free clinic to get both the pencil and the shard forcibly pulled out.

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