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* When WesternAnimation/BeanyAndCecil meet the Wildman of Wildsville, he paints TV knobs on Cecil's nostrils. He turns one which causes Cecil's eyes to conjoin and the pupils to form [[OurLawyersAdvisedThisTrope the CBS eye]].


* The hedgehogs (Sonic, Amy, Shadow, Silver) in ''VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog'', but none of the other characters with some exceptions like [[ChuckCunninghamSyndrome Mighty and Ray.]] This led to a fandom in-joke about how Sonic actually has a white ''Franchise/{{Kirby}}'' inside his head instead of an eyeball.
** ''VideoGame/SonicDreamsCollection'' takes this too far. [[spoiler:During the "My Roommate Sonic" segment, as you look into Sonic's eyes, the pupils move closer together until they merge into a swirling vortex that sucks you in.]]
** WordOfGod [[https://www.gameinformer.com/b/features/archive/2017/06/10/more-burning-questions-about-the-sonic-the-hedgehog-franchise-answered.aspx confirms that Sonic]] ''[[https://www.gameinformer.com/b/features/archive/2017/06/10/more-burning-questions-about-the-sonic-the-hedgehog-franchise-answered.aspx does]]'' [[https://www.gameinformer.com/b/features/archive/2017/06/10/more-burning-questions-about-the-sonic-the-hedgehog-franchise-answered.aspx have two separate eyeballs.]]
** Inverted in ''VideoGame/SonicForces''. Hedgehog Avatars are shown to have separate eyes unlike most hedgehog characters.
** Some of the early Western art [[OffModel depict Knuckles with them]].

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The hedgehogs (Sonic, Amy, Shadow, Silver) in ''VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog'', Silver), but none of the other characters with some exceptions like [[ChuckCunninghamSyndrome Mighty and Ray.]] This led to a fandom in-joke about how Sonic actually has a white ''Franchise/{{Kirby}}'' inside his head instead of an eyeball.
** ''VideoGame/SonicDreamsCollection'' takes this too far. [[spoiler:During the "My Roommate Sonic" segment, as you look into Sonic's eyes, the pupils move closer together until they merge into a swirling vortex that sucks you in.]]
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WordOfGod [[https://www.gameinformer.com/b/features/archive/2017/06/10/more-burning-questions-about-the-sonic-the-hedgehog-franchise-answered.aspx confirms that Sonic]] ''[[https://www.gameinformer.com/b/features/archive/2017/06/10/more-burning-questions-about-the-sonic-the-hedgehog-franchise-answered.aspx does]]'' [[https://www.gameinformer.com/b/features/archive/2017/06/10/more-burning-questions-about-the-sonic-the-hedgehog-franchise-answered.aspx have two separate eyeballs.]]
%% ** Inverted in ''VideoGame/SonicForces''. Hedgehog Avatars are shown to have separate eyes unlike most hedgehog characters.
%% ** Some of the early Western art [[OffModel depict Knuckles with them]].


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* ''VideoGame/SonicDreamsCollection'' takes this too far. [[spoiler:During the "My Roommate Sonic" segment, as you look into Sonic's eyes, the pupils move closer together until they merge into a swirling vortex that sucks you in.]]


* The hedgehogs (Sonic, Amy, Shadow, Silver) in ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog'', but none of the other characters with some exceptions like [[ChuckCunninghamSyndrome Mighty and Ray.]] This led to a fandom in-joke about how Sonic actually has a white ''Franchise/{{Kirby}}'' inside his head instead of an eyeball.

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* The hedgehogs (Sonic, Amy, Shadow, Silver) in ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog'', ''VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog'', but none of the other characters with some exceptions like [[ChuckCunninghamSyndrome Mighty and Ray.]] This led to a fandom in-joke about how Sonic actually has a white ''Franchise/{{Kirby}}'' inside his head instead of an eyeball.

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** Tasmanian Devil (a.k.a Taz) is a straight example for the most part regardless rather it's WildTake or not.


** WesternAnimation/MickeyMouse is an interesting example. In his first two cartoons he has large googly eyes with a clear separation, but by "Steamboat Willie" the outlines disappear and the pupils become the eyes, while the rims become eyebrows. Occasionally, however, the "eyes" would move around the face, and if it's dark the whole eye-brow area lights up. As animation became more realistic, Mickey's design began to seem weird and unnatural, so he was redesigned with eyes that have pupils. To complicate the issue, in early cartoon shorts and 2013 revival Mickey's face the same colour as his sclera would be, hinting that he has conjoined eyes that are simply blend into the rest of his face. When he's [[https://youtu.be/Q4uRnxBoYP0?t=72 depicted]] with glowing eyes it becomes more explicit.

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** WesternAnimation/MickeyMouse is an interesting example. In his first two cartoons he has large googly eyes with a clear separation, but by "Steamboat Willie" the outlines disappear and the pupils become the eyes, while the rims become eyebrows. Occasionally, however, the "eyes" would move around the face, and if it's dark the whole eye-brow area lights up. As animation became more realistic, Mickey's design began to seem weird and unnatural, so he was redesigned with eyes that have pupils. To complicate the issue, in early cartoon shorts and 2013 revival Mickey's face the same colour as his sclera would be, hinting that he has conjoined eyes that are simply blend into the rest of his face.face due to them both being white. When he's [[https://youtu.be/Q4uRnxBoYP0?t=72 depicted]] with glowing eyes it becomes more explicit.


** WesternAnimation/MickeyMouse is an interesting example. In his first two cartoons he has large googly eyes with a clear separation, but by "Steamboat Willie" the outlines disappear and the pupils become the eyes, while the rims become eyebrows. Occasionally, however, the "eyes" would move around the face, and if it's dark the whole eye-brow area lights up. As animation became more realistic, Mickey's design began to seem weird and unnatural, so he was redesigned with eyes that have pupils.

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** WesternAnimation/MickeyMouse is an interesting example. In his first two cartoons he has large googly eyes with a clear separation, but by "Steamboat Willie" the outlines disappear and the pupils become the eyes, while the rims become eyebrows. Occasionally, however, the "eyes" would move around the face, and if it's dark the whole eye-brow area lights up. As animation became more realistic, Mickey's design began to seem weird and unnatural, so he was redesigned with eyes that have pupils. To complicate the issue, in early cartoon shorts and 2013 revival Mickey's face the same colour as his sclera would be, hinting that he has conjoined eyes that are simply blend into the rest of his face. When he's [[https://youtu.be/Q4uRnxBoYP0?t=72 depicted]] with glowing eyes it becomes more explicit.


** As pointed out [[http://bonus-kun.deviantart.com/art/Sonic-s-Eye-Infection-98655916 here.]] Warning: Potential horror and terror.
** Or perhaps [[http://weknowmemes.com/2013/03/sonics-eye-goggles-comic/ that is just not the case...]]



** Bizarrely, some of the early Western art [[OffModel depict Knuckles with them]] ([[CriticalResearchFailure along with other inaccuracies]]).

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** Bizarrely, some Some of the early Western art [[OffModel depict Knuckles with them]] ([[CriticalResearchFailure along with other inaccuracies]]).them]].


* Cordie from ''WebAnimation/Cliffside'' is a Spider/Scorpion CuteMonsterGirl who technically has four eyes in each of her eyesockets that only look like she's PieEyed. It also helps her do WingDingEyes for comic effect.

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* Cordie from ''WebAnimation/Cliffside'' ''WebAnimation/{{Cliffside}}'' is a Spider/Scorpion CuteMonsterGirl who technically has four eyes in each of her eyesockets that only look like she's PieEyed. It also helps her do WingDingEyes for comic effect.


* Cordie from ''WebAnimation/Clifside'' is a Spider/Scorpion CuteMonsterGirl who technically has four eyes in each of her eyesockets that only look like she's PieEyed. It also helps her do WingDingEyes for comic effect.

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* Cordie from ''WebAnimation/Clifside'' ''WebAnimation/Cliffside'' is a Spider/Scorpion CuteMonsterGirl who technically has four eyes in each of her eyesockets that only look like she's PieEyed. It also helps her do WingDingEyes for comic effect.

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* Cordie from ''WebAnimation/Clifside'' is a Spider/Scorpion CuteMonsterGirl who technically has four eyes in each of her eyesockets that only look like she's PieEyed. It also helps her do WingDingEyes for comic effect.


* The Nintendo 64-era 3D Models of Koopa Troopa and Yoshi had this problem.

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* The Nintendo 64-era 3D Models of Koopa Troopa Troopas and Yoshi had this problem.problem.
* The Broodals in ''VideoGame/SuperMarioOdyssey'' all have different styles for their eyes, with Spewart having a subtle case of this trope. His eyes are clearly delineated by an arch, but it doesn't quite connect to form the bridge of his nose, and there is no apparent division between the eyes that can be seen in the gap.


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** WordOfGod [[https://www.gameinformer.com/b/features/archive/2017/06/10/more-burning-questions-about-the-sonic-the-hedgehog-franchise-answered.aspx confirms that Sonic]] ''[[https://www.gameinformer.com/b/features/archive/2017/06/10/more-burning-questions-about-the-sonic-the-hedgehog-franchise-answered.aspx does]]'' [[https://www.gameinformer.com/b/features/archive/2017/06/10/more-burning-questions-about-the-sonic-the-hedgehog-franchise-answered.aspx two separate eyeballs.]]

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** WordOfGod [[https://www.gameinformer.com/b/features/archive/2017/06/10/more-burning-questions-about-the-sonic-the-hedgehog-franchise-answered.aspx confirms that Sonic]] ''[[https://www.gameinformer.com/b/features/archive/2017/06/10/more-burning-questions-about-the-sonic-the-hedgehog-franchise-answered.aspx does]]'' [[https://www.gameinformer.com/b/features/archive/2017/06/10/more-burning-questions-about-the-sonic-the-hedgehog-franchise-answered.aspx have two separate eyeballs.]]


** WordOfGod [[https://www.gameinformer.com/b/features/archive/2017/06/10/more-burning-questions-about-the-sonic-the-hedgehog-franchise-answered.aspx confirms that Sonic]] ''[[https://www.gameinformer.com/b/features/archive/2017/06/10/more-burning-questions-about-the-sonic-the-hedgehog-franchise-answered.aspx does]]'' [https://www.gameinformer.com/b/features/archive/2017/06/10/more-burning-questions-about-the-sonic-the-hedgehog-franchise-answered.aspx two eyeballs.]]

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** WordOfGod [[https://www.gameinformer.com/b/features/archive/2017/06/10/more-burning-questions-about-the-sonic-the-hedgehog-franchise-answered.aspx confirms that Sonic]] ''[[https://www.gameinformer.com/b/features/archive/2017/06/10/more-burning-questions-about-the-sonic-the-hedgehog-franchise-answered.aspx does]]'' [https://www.[[https://www.gameinformer.com/b/features/archive/2017/06/10/more-burning-questions-about-the-sonic-the-hedgehog-franchise-answered.aspx two separate eyeballs.]]

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