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->'''Victim''': Uh... about your eyes, sir, did you injure them?\\
'''Jei''': ''They merely reflect one whose soul has been touched by the Gods.''
-->--''ComicBook/UsagiYojimbo'', [[TheFarmerAndTheViper "The Nature of the Viper"]]

In RealLife, some people have different colored irises, but what they can't have is a pupil, iris and sclera be the same color. In fiction, however, this isn't an issue, and you can get characters with eyes that have only one color.

This trope is used to highlight the unnatural and the alien in a work. One common application is MindControlEyes. In some anime and manga, BlankWhiteEyes are used to indicate shock. In speculative fiction, ProphetEyes are used to indicate prescience or clairvoyance.

Many modern comic books have [[IrislessEyeMaskOfMystery superheroes' eyes turn pure white while wearing masks]]. Apparently, this is to make them look more "disguised" than they would with just their (normally pretty flimsy) half-masks. This does, however, have the drawback of dehumanizing them in the eyes of some fans. Blank eyes coupled with GlowingEyesOfDoom usually indicate that someone is using his/her power (e.g. spellcasting) or about to.

Specific subtropes include BlackEyesOfEvil (pure black eyes indicating that serious evil is present) and RedEyesTakeWarning (pure red eyes means something really bad is going to happen).



[[folder:{{Anime}} and {{Manga}}]]
* In ''Franchise/LyricalNanoha'', performing a [[FusionDance Unison]] with either [[RidiculouslyHumanRobot Reinforce]] gives you solid blue eyes. [[RidiculouslyHumanRobot Reinforce Zwei]] herself also has solid blue eyes.
* Cheza the Flower Maiden from ''WolfsRain'' has wholly red eyes. You can see the different parts, because there are darker areas, but no other colours. One creator interview explains that they first considered just red irises, but that had been done before, and they wanted her to look not-so-human.
* Several ''Webcomic/AxisPowersHetalia'' characters have this, including Japan, Norway, and Liechtenstein.
** Also, Turkey's eyes are white with his mask.
* Most ordinary residents of Tokyo/New Townsville from ''Anime/DemashitaPowerpuffGirlsZ'' have solid eye colors.
* A couple characters in ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' are drawn this way (not counting ones that may just have black iris which don't stick out from their pupils), including Gaara, Kakuzu, Karin, and Kurotuchi.
** The Byakugan of the Hyuuga clan comes pretty close to monochromatic. The iris and sclera are both white, but just barely different enough shades to be distinguishable. The pupil, on the other hand, blends in completely with the iris.
* This is used for characters in the future of ''Anime/NowAndThenHereAndThere.'' No explanation was offered about why they all have it, except for Abelia.
* Due to the art style, many characters from ''DragonballZ'' have this trait, though not all of them. The characters who do have colored irises often look odd. For instance, it sends the ArtificialHuman characters straight into the UncannyValley.
** And then, there are the [[EverythingsBetterWithMonkeys Great Apes]] and Burter from the Ginyu Force. They have solid red eyes.
*** Don't forget Kooler's 5th form, which has glowing red eyes.
* Although he always wears a mask, Meta Knight from ''Anime/KirbyOfTheStars'' usually seems to have yellow eyes. His eye color changes with his emotional state, but it's always a single color (although it does phase between two or three colors on occasion). In the games, he has solid white eyes.
* In earlier adaptations of ''{{Cyborg009}}'', Albert Heinrich (Cyborg 004) has white eyes with no irises or pupils. In the 2001 anime series, his eyes have light blue sclera and dark blue irises with no pupils.

[[folder:Comic Books]]
* ''Comicbook/XMen'': In the comics, ComicBook/{{Nightcrawler}} and ComicBook/{{Mystique}} both have solid yellow eyes. In adaptations, it's different (and whether it's the whites or irises that are yellow varies.) Sometimes they're given narrow black cat-like pupils.
* In the comics, ComicBook/{{Starfire}} of ''Comicbook/TeenTitans'' has solid GreenEyes. Her animated counterpart has green irises and green-tinted whites. Her eyes do turn to a monochromatic glowing green when she uses her powers, however.
* ComicBook/{{Storm}} of the X-Men similarly has eyes that turn solid white when she uses her powers.
* [[AxCrazy Jei-san]] of ''ComicBook/UsagiYojimbo'' [[spoiler: and anyone he "possesses"]].
* Lord Morpheus from ''ComicBook/TheSandman'' has starfield eyes, although usually they're depicted as pure black.
* In ''ComicStrip/LittleOrphanAnnie'', everybody has blank white eyes.
* Johnny Alpha of ''ComicBook/StrontiumDog'' has pure white eyes, because he's a mutant.
* In ''ComicBook/{{Hellboy}}'', both Hellboy and Roger the Homunculus have solid yellow eyes, while Abe Sapien has solid blue eyes.
* ''Comicbook/{{Watchmen}}'': Dr. Manhattan has white eyes with no visible pupils.
* ''ComicBook/PaperinikNewAdventures'': Xadhoom has solid green eyes.The Evronians have solid azure eyes(except the mutants,that have regular eyes). [[SlaveRace The coolflames]] have those DependingOnTheArtist.
* Essence from ''ComicBook/RedHoodAndTheOutlaws'' has solid black eyes.
* ''Comicbook/GreenLantern'': Hal Jordan and Kyle Rayner get this effect from their masks.
* ComicBook/{{Darkseid}} has solid red eyes. DependingOnTheAuthor, when looking very, very close, he actually has barely-distinct square-irises similar to those of Galactus.
* Most Heralds of ComicBook/{{Galactus}}, like the ComicBook/SilverSurfer, have a pair of these.

* In ''FanFic/LifeIsWorthLiving'' it is explained why the future people from ''Anime/NowAndThenHereAndThere'' have monochromatic eyes: Over the years a genetic mutation arose where this showed up and regular-eyed people were driven out of the gene pool. The reason that Abelia has regular eyes is because [[spoiler:she was brought into the future from the past.]]

* In ''Film/MirrorMask'', the queen of the city of shadows and [[spoiler: Helena, once she is hypnotized and made to be the princess as a replacement for the queen's runaway daughter, who has now taken over Helena's life,]] have monochromatic black eyes. [[spoiler: Helena's eyes turn back to normal once Valentine helps her remember who she really is.]] The one servant who [[spoiler: sees Helena after she has her normal eyes back]] doesn't seem to notice. Granted, he was far away and the room was dark.
* Franchise/{{Godzilla}} in ''Film/GodzillaMothraKingGhidorahGiantMonstersAllOutAttack'' has pure-white eyes to indicate that he's the BigBad of the film. That, and he's also [[OurGhostsAreDifferent the ''original'' Godzilla resurrected/controlled/fueled by the vengeful spirits of the forgotten soldiers who died in WWII]].
* The ''Film/{{Cloverfield}}'' Monster has completely black eyes. This was deliberately chosen to evoke Great White Shark.
* Pinhead, of ''Franchise/{{Hellraiser}}'' fame, is eerie enough with over a hundred nails sticking in his head - but the solid black shark eyes he has make it ''worse''.
* The Spirit of Christmas Past in ''Film/TheMuppetChristmasCarol'', making it terrifying.

* In Creator/DavidEddings' ''{{Malloreon}}'', the protagonists keep running into ambushes set by one particular villain, Naradas. They know it's always the same guy because witnesses and captured enemies always described the same way; his eyes are pure white, with only pupil being anything other than white.
* A rule of magic on Literature/{{Discworld}} is that the eyes are the one thing no-one can magically disguise. Most Literature/{{Discworld}} gods have some sort of monochromatic eyes, depending on the nature of the deity in question; The Lady has blank emerald green, and Fate has a starfield. Illustrations show the others as having blank golden-white glowing eyes.
** Vorbis, the villain of ''Discworld/SmallGods'', has eyes of pure black.
** Kaos has all-black eyes that turn silver when he's angry.
** Ymper Trymon, when possessed by the [[EldritchAbomination Things from the Dungeon Dimensions]] trying to enter reality through his head, had eyes that were holes into blankness.
** Coin the Sourceror had many-faceted eyes of solid gold colour.
* The Fremen in ''Franchise/{{Dune}}'' have all-blue eyes. It's a sign of long-term Melange consumption.
* When the Elimist from ''Literature/{{Animorphs}}'' takes on a humanoid form to speak to the teens, he is described as having eyes that look like a starfield - black with myriad little white dots in the distance.
* Arkanians, of the Franchise/StarWarsExpandedUniverse, have pure white eyes. Chiss, on the other hand, have glowing [[RedEyesTakeWarning red eyes]] - it's never mentioned in TheThrawnTrilogy if they're solid red or just the iris, but Pellaeon is never able to read his admiral, although in OutboundFlight Car'das can see Thrawn's gaze shifting from one thing to another. The cover to one of the Hand of Thrawn books seemed to hint that there are whites to Thrawn's eyes, even if they're not white, but the comic books and other visual depictions always make the eyes solid red.
** FridgeBrilliance! [[spoiler: Those are only ''sort of '' Thrawn's eyes. They're Grodin Tierce's.]]
** [[HandOfThrawn Flim]] used "self-powered surface inserts" to simulate this when [[DeadPersonImpersonation impersonating]] Thrawn.
* Creator/UrsulaKLeGuin has used this trope a couple of times in her Hainish novels. In ''City Of Illusions'', Falk has yellow irises that fill the whole visible part of his eyes, indicating that [[spoiler:he comes from another planet]]. In ''Four Ways To Forgiveness'' Havzhiva, a Hainishman, is practically the only person on Yeowe whose eyes ''aren't'' monochromatic. [[spoiler:His lover finds them exotic, as you'd expect.]]
* The Star-Eyed Goddess of the Shin'a'in in Mercedes Lackey's ''HeraldsOfValdemar'' series, as her name suggests, appears as a woman with starfield eyes.
* The di'Taykan of TanyaHuff's ''Literature/ConfederationOfValor'' have this. Rather than a single discrete pupil and iris their eyes are made up of hundreds of microscopic pupils embedded in a solid, single coloured mass of muscles that widens and shrinks them depending on ambient light conditions and is capable of shutting them completely, giving this appearance.
* In the StarTrekExpandedUniverse novels, the Damiani race have eyes of solid white or silver, while Seleneans have monochromatic green eyes.
* Jorenians, from the ''Literature/{{Stardoc}}'' universe, have solid white eyes. In ''Blade Dancer'', Jory—a [[PlanetTerra Terran]]/Jorenian hybrid—has solid ''green'' eyes. [[RuleOfCool No reason is given for this]].
* In one of Creator/{{Stephen King}}'s short stories, "The Man in The Black Suit", a boy out fishing in the forest meets the Devil. Among his other inhuman attributes, said Devil had eyes that lacked irises, pupils and whites. Instead they were completely orange like the flickering flames dancing in a stove.
* In ''Literature/BrimstoneAngels'', Farideh and her sister Havilar have these, being ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' tieflings (see TabletopGames below). Farideh has one solid gold eye, one silver one, while Havilar's are both gold.
* In Louise Lawrence's post-apocalyptic young adult novel ''Children of the Dust'', a mutation arises among the survivors of a nuclear holocaust, resulting in offspring whose eyes are white with black pin-prick pupils. Most animal species, including humans (who are also born with white fur all over their bodies) are affected.

[[folder:Live Action TV]]
* [[SinisterMinister Brother Justin Crowe]] from ''Series/{{Carnivale}}'', whose eyes go completely black [[spoiler: when he's feeling especially demonic]].
** [[spoiler: As do Sofie's.]]
* John Locke had one black eye and one white eye in a dream sequence in ''Series/{{Lost}}''.
* Data (Brent Spiner) from ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'' as an android has completely yellow eyes with a small dot of a pupil. Referenced by Spiner when he released a musical album entitled "Ol' Yellow Eyes is back".
** A better example is Geordi (while still wearing the VISOR), whose eyes were entirely white due to a birth defect.
* Meg and Ruby [[spoiler: and Sam, as of Season 4's finale]] have black eyes in ''Series/{{Supernatural}}''; Lilith's eyes are white. Oddly enough, the Yellow-Eyed Demon--Azazel--only gets yellow irises.
** To indicate different ranks, maybe? All of the [[{{Mook}} lower level demons]] have [[BlackEyesofEvil black eyes]], but of the demons with different eye colours - Azazel (yellow), Alastair and Lilith (white), the Crossroads demon (red) - Azazel, Alastair and Lilith are all much more powerful than than your standard Mook. The Crossroads demon wasn't particularly hard to kill, but has a special job and therefore a different 'paygrade'?

* Singer 2D of {{Music/Gorillaz}} has entirely black eyes. They look like BlackEyesOfEvil, but he's quite a nice guy, if a bit of a [[GeniusDitz ditz]] and a [[ExtremeDoormat doormat]]. They come from when [[JerkAss Murdoc]] hit him with his car, twice, causing [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hyphema eight-ball fractures]] in both eyes-- though ArtMajorBiology seems to be in play here, as not only does hyphema not affect the appearance of the sclera in real life, it also would cause blindness if left untreated.

* Seen on the alien leaders in ''Pinball/{{Firepower}}''

[[folder:Tabletop Games]]
* The kithkin ([[{{Expy}} basically]] {{hobbits}}) from ''MagicTheGathering'''s bright fairytale world Lorwyn have normal eyes, but when Lorwyn is transformed into the dark and gloomy Shadowmoor, their eyes grow huge and glow faintly gold, with no pupils. It symbolizes the change of their nature from slightly superstitious rustic folk with empathic powers to paranoid castle-dwellers with a full-blown hive mind.
* Elves commonly have this to make them more then just pointy eared long-lived human knock-offs. See, ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer}}'' and ''VideoGame/WarCraft''. Not always though.
** The elves of Michael A. Stackpole's novel ''Fortress Draconis'' and its sequels have Monochromatic Eyes, usually in metallic colors, as juveniles. Since elves are immortal, they gain adulthood status (and regular eyes) through a ceremony, and the inability of a group of elves to do this because their island is in enemy hands is a plot point.
** Also see the Eladrin (who are one of two flavors of "elf", even though the other is confusingly called Elves) from the 4th edition of ''Dungeons & Dragons''.
** Drow eyes have been described as solid red, but in many pictures they're solid white.
** "The Broken Sword" by Creator/PoulAnderson. His elves had eyes that glowed a dim blue and pupils that were there but "hard to see."
** The elves in ''RuneQuest'' have monochrome eyes. They're actually humanoid plants.
** The ''TabletopGame/{{Pathfinder}}'' elves have shiny solidly colored eyes, due to their alien nature. Ironically, this is the same as the eladrin above.
** Blood Elves have [[GlowingEyes solid green eyes]], but there is a distinction between iris and white if you zoom in enough.
* Among [[TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons metallic dragons]], apparently it's common for the eyes to change as they age until the pupil is invisible and the eye is eventually one solid color. The pattern goes: Silver for silver dragons, gold for gold dragons, green for bronze dragons, aqua or teal for copper dragons, and a sort of off-gold for brass dragons. Chromatic dragons don't seem to share this trait.
** Red dragons do gain glowing red-orange, pupilless eyes when they get old enough. They are the only chromatic type to develop monochrome eyes.
* Goliath, Deva and Tiefling from 4th edition are shown as having single colour eyes.

[[folder:Video Games]]
* Several characters both masked and unmasked from ''Series/MortalKombat'' have the white variant of these. Sub-Zero, Scorpion, Raiden, Shinnok, etc.
** In 'VideoGame/MortalKombatX'', the revenants who are under Quan Chi's control (except for Scorpion, who still has the white variant) have a [[SupernaturalGoldEyes golden-red variant]] [[GlowingEyesOfDoom of these]]. [[spoiler: In the same game, Raiden (combined with [[FaceHeelTurn his]] EvilCostumeSwitch, which is [[PaintItBlack black]]) gets a [[RedEyesTakeWarning reddish-orange]] [[GlowingEyesOfDoom version of monochromatic eyes]] after he purifies the Jinsei and absorbs its corruption.]]
* War from ''{{Darksiders}}'' has these ones
* The blarg alien species from ''VideoGame/RatchetAndClank'' all have all yellow or all orangish eyes. Chairman Drek on the other hand has all blue eyes- a very luminous blue at that.
* Fubuki from ''VideoGame/{{Disgaea 2|CursedMemories}}'' has eyes that are completely white. Incidentally, they're not because of his supernatural nature (he's a [[OurDemonsAreDifferent demon]], but so is everyone else in the game), but because his eyes were severely damaged when he was young, making him blind.
** One of the defining characteristics of Majins and its expys (besides their jacked-up stats) in any Creator/NipponIchi game are their monochromatic eyes. [[VideoGame/MakaiKingdom Lord Zetta]], whose appearance also resembles Disgaea's Majins, has white, iris-less eyes. Interestingly, his offspring Petta has white irises.
* Kreia of ''[[KnightsOfTheOldRepublic KOTOR II]]'' has monochromatic white eyes, which [[spoiler: become monochromatic black in her Sith form]]. She tells the player character that they look that way because she doesn't use them, preferring to see with the Force. Apparently she ''could'' restore her sight, she just doesn't want to since, as we all know, YourEyesCanDeceiveYou.
* In ''Franchise/MassEffect'', [[GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe Asari]] eyes turn solid black when they're mind-melding.
* ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'' has this with the Draenei and Night Elf races, both known for their supernatural awareness, and, more recently, Death Knight characters, who're simply infused with raw magic, albeit a nasty variety.
** Draenei, a very holy race, have blue glowing eyes. Night elves normally have silver or bluish glowing eyes. Night elves with druidic potential have glowing eyes have "amber" eyes... which are more like yellow or gold glowing eyes. High elves have light blue glowing eyes and blood elves, an off-shoot of high elves, are basically the exact same as high elves except they have green eyes, which reflects their addiction to demonic or arcane magic.
** [[OurWerewolvesAreDifferent Worgen]] have monochromatic glowing eyes in a variety of colors. (Or [[BizarreSexualDimorphism the boys do, at any rate]].)
* ''VideoGame/Left4Dead'''s zombies have all white eyes. This is partly because it's creepy, but mostly because it takes less computing power to render all white eyes than actual eyes.
* M. Bison and Dhalsim from ''Franchise/StreetFighter'' are like this in most incarnations (although unlike the others, Dhalsim isn't a villain). In all games after ''VideoGame/StreetFighterII'', Sagat's eye (that isn't covered) is entirely white.
** Akuma/Gouki also has these [[DependingOnTheArtist sometimes.]]
** Gen, Rolento, and Hakan also have solid white eyes. Other characters with solid colored eyes are Necro (yellow) and Oro (red). However, Twelve averts this trope. He appears to have solid black eyes, but they're suppose to be [[EyelessFace empty eye sockets]]... and ''then'' you'll realize that he actually has eyes with [[RedEyesTakeWarning red irises]] hidden within those sockets in his ''VideoGame/StreetFighterIII: 3rd Strike'' ending.
* Aliens in VideoGame/TheSims 2 have shiny black eyes.
* Some Bosmer (wood elves) in ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls'' series have all-black eyes, and some Dunmer (dark elves) have all-red eyes.
** Meanwhile, the god Sheogorath sometimes appears with all-green eyes, other times with cat eyes. He's a shapeshifter, so it makes sense.
** Characters who have been resurrected by the Staff of Worms have all-black eyes.
* ''MetroidPrime 3'' has Samus, in her highest state of [[AppliedPhlebotinum Phazon]] corruption. You can see her clear bluish-white eyes reflected faintly in the scan visor, complete with non-glowing TronLines running down her face.
** ''MetroidFusion'' also has the SA-X's completely white eyes. You only get a very quick close-up to see this when the player first sees the SA-X.
* Mephisto, the BigBad of ''VideoGame/{{Alundra 2}}'', has a pair of these.
* The player character(s) in the ''VideoGame/{{Blood}}'' series have all-red eyes, likely related to their service to Tchernobog prior to the first game.
* Nue Houjuu and, if you peer closely at her portraits, Patchouli Knowledge from ''VideoGame/{{Touhou}}''.
** Due to Alphes' drawing style, most of the girls in ''Immaterial and Missing Power'' had these. It seems to have been averted for ''Scarlet Weather Rhapsody'', though.
* Most illustrations of [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyIV Cecil Harvey]] as a [[CastingAShadow Dark]] [[BlackKnight Knight]] give him a helmet with solid white eyes.
* In ''VideoGame/DontStarve'', it's a common trait among some characters to have solid white eyes. The only exceptions are Wickerbottom's BlackBeadEyes and Woodie, Warly, Webber, Wilbur, and Woodlegs which are all males with solid white eyes.
* In ''Videogame/DarkSoulsII'', the player character's eyes become completely white in Hollow form.

[[folder:Web Animation]]
* Coach Z from ''WebAnimation/HomestarRunner'' has eyes that are pretty much just circles on his face (in fact, in a trailer for Strong Bad's Cool Game For Attractive People, his eyes are ''invisible'' on some displays). However, this is nothing new in the Homestar Runner world, seeing as how the title character [[InvisibleAnatomy doesn't even have arms.]]

[[folder:Web Comics]]
* A few characters from ''Webcomic/GunnerkriggCourt''. The Regional Fairies start off with MilkyWhiteEyes; upon [[{{Metamorphosis}} becoming human]], they get pupil-less grey eyes. Ysengrin has beady green eyes, and Reynardine, when assuming wolf-form, has beady yellow eyes.
** Actually, the fairies turned humans do have pupils, [[http://www.gunnerkrigg.com/archive_page.php?comicID=976 they're just only visible in extreme close-ups.]]
* Dimo from ''Webcomic/GirlGenius'' has entirely yellow-green eyes. Which apparently glow in the dark. Then again, he ''is'' a Jägermonster.
* In ''Webcomic/CharbyTheVampirate'', the quickest way to tell the difference between normal vampires and the elite vampires is that the elite vampires have monochromatic eyes while regular vampires have normal eyes.
* Magic in ''Webcomic/MagicalMisfits'' causes magic users to have Monochromatic Eyes.
* The comics set in the Rhymes With Bitch universe in ''Webcomic/TheKAMics'' have white "Little Orphan Annie" type eyes. Zog & Sten from Drunk Aliens also have one color eyes.
* Both the Varn and their Galapados soldiers in ''Webcomic/{{Terinu}}'' have solid golden eyes.
* In ''Webcomic/YetAnotherFantasyGamerComic'' Drow have Monochromatic Eyes (red in coloured panels), true to their ''[[TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons Monster Manual]]'' description.
* Richard in Webcomic/LookingForGroup has all-yellow eyes.
* The [[http://www.webcomicsnation.com/eddurd/everydayheroes/series.php?view=single&ID=138013 masked-with-white-eyes look]] is popular with both heroes and villains in ''Webcomic/EverydayHeroes''.
* Similarly, the heroine of Webcomic/{{Spinnerette}}, in homage to the comic book character she's based on.
* The {{Troll}}s of ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'' all have eyes with yellow-orange scleras (and normal pupils), except for Sollux, who has one completely red eye and one completely blue eye (to match his [[CoolShades 3D glasses.]])
** Terezi's eyes are completely red, again matching her shades. They were originally normal Troll eyes, but turned completely red when she was blinded.
** When a character dies, they get BlankWhiteEyes.
*** [[StringyHairedGhostGirl Aradia Megido]] had these originally. [[spoiler: She got better.]]
* All the gods in ''Webcomic/VanadysTalesOfAFallenGoddess'' have eyes that are one solid color (which color it is depends on the god in question). The titular Fallen Goddess generally wears CoolShades to hide her solid blue eyes.
* Standard for the characters of ''Webcomic/GeneralProtectionFault''.
* The Aesir and Vanir have these in ''Webcomic/ThistilMistilKistil'': Thor's are green, Freyr's are yellow, and Odin's one eye is blue.
* Some of TheFairFolk have these in ''Webcomic/{{Roommates}}'' like [[Literature/TheErlKing The Erlkönig, his daughter]] (dark blue, purple), [[SuperpoweredEvilSide Dark!]][[Film/{{Labyrinth}} Jareth]] (dark blue), "Odile" (unknown, but light). Also occasionally the Shadow!Cast from ''Such Stuff Dreams are Made on'' (Fae magic empowered versions of normally non-magic characters) in ways bordering MindControlEyes.
* In ''Webcomic/ElGoonishShive'', the Demonic Duck and [[http://www.egscomics.com/?date=2004-05-31 Commander]] [[http://www.egscomics.com/?date=2004-06-23 Jaguar]] both have this type of eyes. In the case of the Demonic Duck though, whether the natural state of his eyes is intended to be completely [[http://www.egscomics.com/?date=2002-09-06 yellow]] or completely [[http://www.egscomics.com/sketchbook/?date=2006-05-10 black]] is not clear.

[[folder:Web Original]]
* Some of the mutants in the WhateleyUniverse. Jericho has all-white eyes and is blind. Ash has all-black eyes.
* Anyone unfortunate enough to contract a [[http://grimreviews.blogspot.com/2008/12/zalgo-comic-chronicles.html ZALGO infection]] (somewhat related to the Chtulhu mythos).

[[folder:Western Animation]]
* Antogone from ''FriskyDingo'', who is possessed by ants.
* Autobots and Decepticons have solid blue and red eyes respectively, Justified by being, ya know, robots. They do get pupils in TransformersAnimated, as this makes it easier to emote.
** Although this only include the Autobots, Icy Blitzwing, Shockwave, Swindle, and the Constructicons.
** Close ups of Starscream and Lugnut have also shown them with pupils, which may just mean other have ones that are hard to see.
* ''WesternAnimation/BeastWars'' went a similar route, with some characters having 'unlit headlight' eyes with kind of a 'pupil' at the center, but most having solid color eyes that extended to their mouths and even facial vents.
* Gizmo in the animated adaptation of ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'' appears to have blank white eyes all the time. His pupils only appear in an animation goof in the episode "Car Trouble".
** Aqualad from the same series has monochromatic black eyes.
** As does FishPerson Gill Girl from ''ComicBook/TeenTitansGo''.
** Red Star's eyes are constantly a blank green as a result of the experiment that gave him his powers.
* From ''WesternAnimation/{{Skywhales}}'' the aliens' eyes turn black when [[spoiler: they're about to turn into skywhales.]]
* From ''WesternAnimation/InvaderZim'', the Irken race, along with some other alien species.
* Russel of the {{Music/Gorillaz}} always has circular blank white eyes, and 2D's are entirely black.
* In ''WesternAnimation/ChalkZone'', Snap's eyes are circular, blank, and white.
* Dick Knubbler invoked this in ''WesternAnimation/{{Metalocalypse}}'', when he got robotic eyes to replace the ones he lost in a submarine accident, which are completely green ([[RedEyesTakeWarning unless he gets mad]]).
* The Borgs Cybron, Replicon, Grenader and Lazerette from ''WesternAnimation/SkysurferStrikeForce''.
* [[OldMaster Offay]] from ''WesternAnimation/SuperRobotMonkeyTeamHyperforceGo'', pictured above. ...Come to think of it, the [[CuteMachines robot monkeys]] seem to fall under this category, too.

[[folder:Real Life]]
* People with severe cataracts sometimes have totally white eyes. If the cataracts are that severe, the person is also blind.
* There's a congenital Birth Defect that can cause this too, but considering said defect (Anencephaly) tends to kill people it isn't exactly common.