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08:01:49 AM Dec 30th 2014
Question: does the "dead" expression with the X's for eyes (ie: X_X ) come from embalming/sewing the eyes shut?

It's just one of those things I've always wondered about
12:54:41 PM Feb 10th 2013
The link under the image takes you to a website that does not contain the image anywhere on the entire site. The art styles don't match, and the characters in the comic don't look like the characters in the strip. Does anyone know where I can find the artist who actually made the strip?
12:24:38 PM Feb 11th 2013
edited by justanid
It's from the late Value=Dead, the artist's deviant art gallery seems to have a few pics from it leftover.
04:01:29 PM Apr 25th 2012
Would Chess from 'The Cape' count? When he's in full-on villain mode, he wears weird contact lenses with chess pieces on them.
10:34:14 PM Mar 8th 2011
Anybody got an idea of where and when the dollar sign variant might have originated? Was discussing this with a friend, just curious.
12:11:12 AM Aug 9th 2010
I just wanted to mention that I think the phrase "Capital Eyes" should be used to refer to currency Wingding Eyes. $_$
02:40:58 PM Apr 9th 2010
Am I the only person who has problems with the currency symbols '', '', and the Yen sign as they've been added to the page?

I'd like to correct it, but I need to know that it's a universal problem and I'm not going to end up murdering the page for everyone else.
05:15:43 PM Oct 24th 2011
I'm British, and I don't think I've ever seen "" signs for eyes - only dollars. Much of the relevant media I was consuming was probably American in origin though.
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