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''The Eye Sees'' is a {{Superhero}} comic from UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfComicBooks, published by Centaur Publications in ''Keen Detective Funnies'' #16-24 and ''Detective Eye'' #1-2. It concerned a mysterious eye-shaped being who seeks bring justice to the entire world with his omnipotence.

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''The Eye Sees'' is a {{Superhero}} comic from UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfComicBooks, written by Frank Thomas and published by Centaur Publications in ''Keen Detective Funnies'' #16-24 and ''Detective Eye'' #1-2. It concerned a mysterious eye-shaped being who seeks bring justice to the entire world with his omnipotence.


* EldritchAbomination: The Eye is a heroic example, since he's a floating eyeball that's on fire who seeks to use his omnipotence to bring justice to the world, and whom space and time mean nothing.

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* EldritchAbomination: The Eye is a heroic example, since he's a burning floating eyeball that's on fire who seeks to use his omnipotence to bring justice to the world, and to whom space and time mean nothing.

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* TheSociopath: Ganza, a mercenary who's hired to make a civil war worse for money, and poisons his own men so he doesn't have to share.

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* RoaringRampageOfRevenge: The first issue has the Eye taking it upon himself to avenge the theft of a company.

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'''''The Eye Sees''''' is a {{Superhero}} comic from UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfComicBooks, published by Centaur Publications in ''Keen Detective Funnies'' #16-24 and ''Detective Eye'' #1-2. It concerned a mysterious eye-shaped being who seeks bring justice to the entire world with his omnipotence.

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'''''The ''The Eye Sees''''' Sees'' is a {{Superhero}} comic from UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfComicBooks, published by Centaur Publications in ''Keen Detective Funnies'' #16-24 and ''Detective Eye'' #1-2. It concerned a mysterious eye-shaped being who seeks bring justice to the entire world with his omnipotence.



* TheOtherRainforest: The Eye busts up a human smuggling operation here in ''Keen Detective Funnies'' #20.


* ArchENemy: The Eye has Rigonie, a crime boss who was his only recurring foe.

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* ArchENemy: ArchEnemy: The Eye has Rigonie, a crime boss who was his only recurring foe.

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'''''The Eye Sees''''' is a {{Superhero}} comic from UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfComicBooks, published by Centaur Publications in ''Keen Detective Funnies'' #16-24 and ''Detective Eye'' #1-2. It concerned a mysterious eye-shaped being who seeks bring justice to the entire world with his omnipotence.
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* ArchENemy: The Eye has Rigonie, a crime boss who was his only recurring foe.
* DisneyVillainDeath: [[spoiler:Carter and Koba, two assassins sent to kill a businessman, are flung out of their plane by the Eye.]]
* EldritchAbomination: The Eye is a heroic example, since he's a floating eyeball that's on fire who seeks to use his omnipotence to bring justice to the world, and whom space and time mean nothing.
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* GraveRobbing: The Eye encounters a gang running this racket in ''Keen Detective Funnies'' #24.
* GreatEscape: The Eye thwarts a prison break in ''Keen Detective Funnies'' #22.
* HeKnowsTooMuch: The baddies of ''Keen Detective Funnies'' #19 try to blow up the United States Congress to destroy records of their crimes.
* InheritanceMurder: The BigBad of ''Keen Detective Funnies'' #17 hired some mobsters to off her uncle the day before he was to write her out of the will.
* TheOtherRainforest: The Eye busts up a human smuggling operation here in ''Keen Detective Funnies'' #20.
* ResignationsNotAccepted: The baddies in ''Keen Detective Funnies'' #23 are a bunch of mobsters bumping off anybody who leaves the group.
* RuthlessModernPirates: The villains of ''Detective Eye'' #2 are a gang of river pirates raiding a small town.
* StarterVillain: Islam Herat, a CorruptCorporateExecutive who stole a giant Middle Eastern trade empire and is arrested by issue's end.
* WarForFunAndProfit: The baddies of ''Keen Detective Funnies'' #18 are terrorists hired to bomb an American consulate in order to make a war worse.
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