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* In ''VideoGame/ZackAndWikiQuestForBarbarosTreasure'', Bonelich von Skeleski, when wearing the red or blue powdered wigs, gets [[CurtainsMatchTheWindows matching-colored glowing eyes]].

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* In ''VideoGame/ZackAndWikiQuestForBarbarosTreasure'', Bonelich von Skeleski, when wearing the red or blue powdered wigs, gets [[CurtainsMatchTheWindows [[CurtainsMatchTheWindow matching-colored glowing eyes]].


* ''Manga/{{Berserk}}'': Both the Skull Knight and his ghastly horse are creatures of the undead, with dark, cavernous eye sockets lit by glowing eyes. The skeletons animated by the evil spirits attracted to Guts' Brand in volume 1 are the same way.
* In ''Anime/FullmetalAlchemist'', Alphonse is a character whose soul has been bonded to an empty suit of armor, yet the eye holes in the suit glow a pinkish color. Later the brothers encounter others of the same condition who also have glowing eyes. This seems to only be visible to the audience, as if they are "asleep", the characters don't notice.



* In ''Anime/FullmetalAlchemist'', Alphonse is a character whose soul has been bonded to an empty suit of armor, yet the eye holes in the suit glow a pinkish color. Later the brothers encounter others of the same condition who also have glowing eyes. This seems to only be visible to the audience, as if they are "asleep", the characters don't notice.
* ''Manga/{{Berserk}}'': Both the Skull Knight and his ghastly horse are creatures of the undead, with dark, cavernous eye sockets lit by glowing eyes. The skeletons animated by the evil spirits attracted to Guts' Brand in volume 1 are the same way.
* In ''Manga/SoulEater'', Sid, who is a zombie, has these.
* [[BigBad Wise Man]] of the "Chronicles of Nemesis" arc, R season from the ''Manga/SailorMoon'' manga and anime respectively.



* [[BigBad Wise Man]] of the "Chronicles of Nemesis" arc, R season from the ''Manga/SailorMoon'' manga and anime respectively.
* In ''Manga/SoulEater'', Sid, who is a zombie, has these.



* ''Franchise/MarvelUniverse'': Swarm, the [[BeeBeeGun Nazi Made of Bees]], is a borderline example, being a human skeleton moved around by a colony of telepathic bees with Nazi sympathies. His eye sockets glow brightly.



* ''Raise the Dead'' has zombies whose eyes glow red.



* ''Franchise/MarvelUniverse'': Swarm, the [[BeeBeeGun Nazi Made of Bees]], is a borderline example, being a human skeleton moved around by a colony of telepathic bees with Nazi sympathies. His eye sockets glow brightly.
* ''Raise the Dead'' has zombies whose eyes glow red.



* In ''WesternAnimation/TheBookOfLife'', the spirits have yellow ones.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheLastUnicorn'' has a talking skull that's usually quite silly and playful... [[MoodWhiplash until he]] [[ByTheEyesOfTheBlind recognizes]] [[OneSceneWonder a]] '''''"UUUUU-NICOOOOOOORN!"'''''



* ''WesternAnimation/TheLastUnicorn'' has a talking skull that's usually quite silly and playful... [[MoodWhiplash until he]] [[ByTheEyesOfTheBlind recognizes]] [[OneSceneWonder a]] '''''"UUUUU-NICOOOOOOORN!"'''''
* In ''WesternAnimation/TheBookOfLife'', the spirits have yellow ones.



* Pretty much every ghost in ''Film/Ghostbusters2016''.



* ''Film/ThorRagnarok'': Fenris and the Berserkers have green-glowing eyes [[spoiler:after Hela revives them with the Eternal Flame.]]



* Pretty much every ghost in ''Film/Ghostbusters2016''.
* ''Film/ThorRagnarok'': Fenris and the Berserkers have green-glowing eyes [[spoiler:after Hela revives them with the Eternal Flame.]]



* In Stephen King's ''Literature/{{It}}'', the eponymous monster's true form glows with "the deadlights", which can be a deadly BrownNote when viewed directly.
* Ghost dogs with glowing eyes attack a gangster's former home every other night in the ''Literature/NancyDrew'' novel ''Ghost Dogs of Moon Lake''.
* In the ''Literature/{{Goosebumps}}'' book ''The Ghost Next Door'', Danny's ghost in the Shadow World chases Hannah, red eyes glowing.



* The Greater Dead in Creator/GarthNix's ''Literature/OldKingdom'' trilogy have fiery pits for eyes; some of the more powerful Lesser Dead demonstrate this as well. Necromancers have a lesser version of this (physical eyes are still there, but they're described as burning), depending on how long they've been using Free Magic.
* In ''Literature/TheLordOfTheRings'':
** The Ringwraiths are sometimes depicted with eyelights, which "glow with a hellish fire" when they're angry.
** The Barrow-wights had the same effect. Rather chilling, since it's the only feature Frodo's actually able to make out.



* The title Jedi ghost of ''Literature/GalaxyOfFear: Ghost of the Jedi'' first appears, when Tash can see him clearly, with empty eyes. As she talks to him and needs his help a flicker of light comes to them, strengthening to a steady glow.
* In the ''Literature/{{Goosebumps}}'' book ''The Ghost Next Door'', Danny's ghost in the Shadow World chases Hannah, red eyes glowing.
* In Stephen King's ''Literature/{{It}}'', the eponymous monster's true form glows with "the deadlights", which can be a deadly BrownNote when viewed directly.



* In Creator/SimonRGreen's ''Literature/{{Nightside}}'' series, Merlin Satanspawn has empty eye sockets filled with flames. He's the Devil's son, and every time these eyes are mentioned it's commented that "he has his father's eyes". He's first met as an undead, but when his live version is encountered (while time traveling to the era of Myth/ArthurianLegend in ''Paths Not Taken'') he already has the freaky flaming eye-sockets.

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* In Creator/SimonRGreen's ''Literature/{{Nightside}}'' series, Merlin Satanspawn has empty eye sockets filled ''Literature/TheLordOfTheRings'':
** The Ringwraiths are sometimes depicted
with flames. He's eyelights, which "glow with a hellish fire" when they're angry.
** The Barrow-wights had
the Devil's son, and every time these eyes are mentioned same effect. Rather chilling, since it's commented that "he has his father's eyes". He's first met as an undead, but when his live version is encountered (while time traveling to the era of Myth/ArthurianLegend in ''Paths Not Taken'') he already has the freaky flaming eye-sockets.only feature Frodo's actually able to make out.



* Ghost dogs with glowing eyes attack a gangster's former home every other night in the ''Literature/NancyDrew'' novel ''Ghost Dogs of Moon Lake''.
* In Creator/SimonRGreen's ''Literature/{{Nightside}}'' series, Merlin Satanspawn has empty eye sockets filled with flames. He's the Devil's son, and every time these eyes are mentioned it's commented that "he has his father's eyes". He's first met as an undead, but when his live version is encountered (while time traveling to the era of Myth/ArthurianLegend in ''Paths Not Taken'') he already has the freaky flaming eye-sockets.
* The Greater Dead in Creator/GarthNix's ''Literature/OldKingdom'' trilogy have fiery pits for eyes; some of the more powerful Lesser Dead demonstrate this as well. Necromancers have a lesser version of this (physical eyes are still there, but they're described as burning), depending on how long they've been using Free Magic.



* The title Jedi ghost of ''Literature/GalaxyOfFear: Ghost of the Jedi'' first appears, when Tash can see him clearly, with empty eyes. As she talks to him and needs his help a flicker of light comes to them, strengthening to a steady glow.



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* Fesxis from ''Roleplay/DawnOfANewAgeOldportBlues'' isn't undead, instead being a creature from another planet. However, she does have the appearance of a large skeleton, including a skull with eyesockets that glow with an unnerving red light.
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* Trauma Towers, a funhouse based at Pleasure Beach Blackpool in England, contains vampire children with glowing eyes.



* Trauma Towers, a funhouse based at Pleasure Beach Blackpool in England, contains vampire children with glowing eyes.



* All the infected in ''VideoGame/Left4Dead''. This is clearest in the case of the Witch.
** The Witch is the only one to technically have glowing eyes. All the others simply have untextured eyes, leaving blank and white.

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* All [[FanNickname Mr. Tall]] of ''VideoGame/AmnesiaTheDarkDescent'' has green eyelights, if you look closely enough.
* The indie horror game ''VideoGame/BlackRose'' has a ghost that stalks you at three different points throughout
the infected in ''VideoGame/Left4Dead''. This is clearest game. A note found in the case cellar tells the player not to look into the eyes. [[spoiler: Looking into the ghost's eyes for too long will get you killed.]]
* All
of the Witch.
** The Witch is the
zombies in ''VideoGame/CallOfDuty: Zombies'' have yellow-orange lights in their eye sockets. Zombie!George Romero eyes glow when he's in berserk mode.
* Most Undead characters in ''VideoGame/DarkSouls'' [[OurZombiesAreDifferent look perfectly normal]], but those that have given up their humanity and turned Hollow have emaciated faces and glowing red eyes.
* Jericho Cross of ''VideoGame/DarkWatch'' has
only one eye, the other marred by a nasty scar. The scar begins to technically glow red when he is turned into a vampire.
* ''VideoGame/DarkestDungeon'' has the Collector, whose collected heads have a ghastly blue glow in their eyes. [[YourSoulIsMine Which can't be good]] for [[AndIMustScream said victims]].
* ''VideoGame/DeadRising'' zombies have eyes that glow red at night, when their strength drastically increases.
* Many demons in ''VideoGame/{{Doom}} 3'' have eyes that glow red, orange or blue that is, if they have [[EyelessFace eyes..]]
* The [[OurZombiesAreDifferent Draugr]] from ''VideoGame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim'' have this, and [[EyeLightsOut they go out when they die]].
* The Broken Lords of ''Videogame/EndlessLegend'' mix the glowing eyes of undeath with GlowingMechanicalEyes. Their society was forced to bind their souls to suits of AnimatedArmor, which glows with an inner blue [[ImportedAlienPhlebotinum Dust]] light, causing their eyes holes and mouths to glow.
* The hollow men in ''VideoGame/FableII'' have them. They're corpses animated by [[WillOTheWisp glowing sprites called wisps]] that dive into the ground and pull up the corpses.
* ''VideoGame/Fallout4'''s feral ghouls, though more TechnicallyLivingZombie than truly undead,
have glowing eyes. All yellow eyes that make them especially creepy in dimly lit areas and the others simply have untextured eyes, leaving blank and white.first strain of their species with this particular trait in the entire ''Fallout'' universe.



* ''VideoGame/SuperMarioBros''
** Dry Bones, the skeletal undead versions of Koopas. Dry Bowser also applies.
** Kingfin in ''VideoGame/SuperMarioGalaxy'', although surprisingly not the standard undead enemies. Said boss also has an even more extreme case of this, because the eyes seem to shoot light beams in the direction it's looking.

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* ''VideoGame/SuperMarioBros''
''VideoGame/HollowKnight'':
** Dry Bones, Dying creates a [[OurGhostsAreDifferent Shade]] of the skeletal undead versions of Koopas. Dry Bowser also applies.
** Kingfin in ''VideoGame/SuperMarioGalaxy'', although surprisingly not
Knight at the standard undead enemies. Said boss also location they were slain. In contrast to the Knight's white head with empty-looking black eyes, the Shade has an even a black body with round, solid white eyes. The [[spoiler:Siblings]] at the bottom of the Abyss have the same kind of look, but with a more extreme pronounced glow.
** Bugs who have become [[OurZombiesAreDifferent Husks (i.e. zombies)]] as a result of the infection have glowing yellow-orange eyes.
* All the infected in ''VideoGame/Left4Dead''. This is clearest in the
case of this, because the eyes seem to shoot light beams in Witch.
** The Witch is
the direction it's looking.only one to technically have glowing eyes. All the others simply have untextured eyes, leaving blank and white.



* ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft''
** Most of the Forsaken undead have this, though there are some Forsaken facial textures that don't include glowing eyes. They have empty eyesockets instead.
** Also undead of the Scourge and the [[EvilOverlord Lich King]] as shown in the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eMRhnC4-QGQ trailer/opening cinematic]] for ''Wrath of the Lich King''. The blue glow isn't limited to their eyes, but also appears elsewhere inside the skeletal undead.
** And as former members of the Scourge, Death Knights of all races. If the regular members of the race already have glowing eyes (such as night elves), then it's more visibly pronounced for death knights. Also the color will change, as the night elves' normal yellow and blood elves' normal green will be switched to the same blue as all others.
* The hollow men in ''VideoGame/FableII'' have them. They're corpses animated by [[WillOTheWisp glowing sprites called wisps]] that dive into the ground and pull up the corpses.



* ''VideoGame/DeadRising'' zombies have eyes that glow red at night, when their strength drastically increases.
* The reaper man in ''VideoGame/{{Shadowgate}}'' is an otherwise unremarkable example, but his position in the Game Over screen means that players will spend a significant fraction of their time looking at him.
* Many demons in ''VideoGame/{{Doom}} 3'' have eyes that glow red, orange or blue that is, if they have [[EyelessFace eyes..]]
* Both Skeleton T and Oshare Bones from ''VideoGame/PuyoPuyo'' have this. However, with Oshare, it only occurs in his left eye; his right eye is a case of TheDeadHaveEyes.
* Jericho Cross of ''VideoGame/DarkWatch'' has only one eye, the other marred by a nasty scar. The scar begins to glow red when he is turned into a vampire.

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* ''VideoGame/DeadRising'' zombies have eyes that glow red All ways of becoming a husk involved dying, or at night, when their strength drastically increases.
* The reaper man
least ceasing to be a living human, in ''VideoGame/{{Shadowgate}}'' is an otherwise unremarkable example, but his position in the Game Over screen means that players will spend a significant fraction of their time looking at him.
* Many demons in ''VideoGame/{{Doom}} 3'' have eyes that glow red, orange or blue that is, if
''Franchise/MassEffect'', so they have [[EyelessFace eyes..]]
* Both Skeleton T and Oshare Bones from ''VideoGame/PuyoPuyo'' have this. However, with Oshare, it only occurs in his left eye; his right eye is a case of TheDeadHaveEyes.
* Jericho Cross of ''VideoGame/DarkWatch'' has only one eye, the other marred by a nasty scar. The scar begins to glow red when he is turned into a vampire.
probably qualify.



* [[FanNickname Mr. Tall]] of ''VideoGame/AmnesiaTheDarkDescent'' has green eyelights, if you look closely enough.
* All of the zombies in ''VideoGame/CallOfDuty: Zombies'' have yellow-orange lights in their eye sockets. Zombie!George Romero eyes glow when he's in berserk mode.
* All ways of becoming a husk involved dying, or at least ceasing to be a living human, in ''Franchise/MassEffect'', so they probably qualify.
* ''VideoGame/Fallout4'''s feral ghouls, though more TechnicallyLivingZombie than truly undead, have glowing yellow eyes that make them especially creepy in dimly lit areas and the first strain of their species with this particular trait in the entire ''Fallout'' universe.
* All zombie-esques with intelligence in ''VideoGame/{{Sonny}}'', the free online Flash RPG series.
* Most Undead characters in ''VideoGame/DarkSouls'' [[OurZombiesAreDifferent look perfectly normal]], but those that have given up their humanity and turned Hollow have emaciated faces and glowing red eyes.
* The [[OurZombiesAreDifferent Draugr]] from ''VideoGame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim'' have this, and [[EyeLightsOut they go out when they die]].
* Zombies have red, glowing eyes in ''[[VideoGame/SniperEliteV2 Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army]]''. From a gameplay perspective, this is likely to increase their visibility in the game's dark, dreary, and ''extremely'' foggy environments. Hell, it even helps you pick out their heads, which is handy for RemovingTheHeadOrDestroyingTheBrain purposes.

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* [[FanNickname Mr. Tall]] of ''VideoGame/AmnesiaTheDarkDescent'' has green eyelights, if you look closely enough.
* All of
''VideoGame/NarutoShippudenUltimateNinjaStorm3'': when Kabuto Yakushi summons the zombies in ''VideoGame/CallOfDuty: Zombies'' have yellow-orange lights in resurrected Kakuzu, Itachi and Deidara, [[https://youtu.be/EK3k73LpjXA?t=3m40s their eye sockets. Zombie!George Romero eyes glow when he's in berserk mode.
* All ways of becoming a husk involved dying, or at least ceasing to be a living human, in ''Franchise/MassEffect'', so they probably qualify.
* ''VideoGame/Fallout4'''s feral ghouls, though more TechnicallyLivingZombie than truly undead, have glowing yellow eyes that make them especially creepy in dimly lit areas and the first strain of their species with this particular trait in the entire ''Fallout'' universe.
* All zombie-esques with intelligence in ''VideoGame/{{Sonny}}'', the free online Flash RPG series.
* Most Undead characters in ''VideoGame/DarkSouls'' [[OurZombiesAreDifferent look perfectly normal]], but those that have given up their humanity and turned Hollow have emaciated faces and glowing red eyes.
* The [[OurZombiesAreDifferent Draugr]] from ''VideoGame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim'' have this, and [[EyeLightsOut they go out when they die]].
* Zombies have red, glowing eyes in ''[[VideoGame/SniperEliteV2 Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army]]''. From a gameplay perspective, this is likely to increase their visibility in the game's dark, dreary, and ''extremely'' foggy environments. Hell, it even helps you pick out their heads, which is handy for RemovingTheHeadOrDestroyingTheBrain purposes.
are glowing.]]



* ''VideoGame/TheWitchsHouse'': The Witch [[JumpScare displays these if she catches you]], due to having no eyes. What makes it worse is that she also has no legs -- making a loud '''SQUELCH''' noise every time she drags herself closer -- and she's only ''13''.
* The indie horror game ''VideoGame/BlackRose'' has a ghost that stalks you at three different points throughout the game. A note found in the cellar tells the player not to look into the eyes. [[spoiler: Looking into the ghost's eyes for too long will get you killed.]]
* In ''VideoGame/ZackAndWikiQuestForBarbarosTreasure'', Bonelich von Skeleski, when wearing the red or blue powdered wigs, gets [[CurtainsMatchTheWindows matching-colored glowing eyes]].
* The Broken Lords of ''Videogame/EndlessLegend'' mix the glowing eyes of undeath with GlowingMechanicalEyes. Their society was forced to bind their souls to suits of AnimatedArmor, which glows with an inner blue [[ImportedAlienPhlebotinum Dust]] light, causing their eyes holes and mouths to glow.
* As an [[DemBones ambulatory skeleton]], Sans of ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'' has these. This actually gives him a more friendly and cheerful appearance, because [[GameFace he looks downright unsettling without them]]. Oddly, his brother Papyrus does not have these, mostly having empty but [[ExpressiveSkull very expressive]] eye sockets with the occasional expression revealing he has eyeballs ([[http://peregrinethegryphon.tumblr.com/post/134231727657/hip-new-undertale-au he'd look somewhat creepy]] if he did). The morose ghost Napstablook also has these.

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* ''VideoGame/TheWitchsHouse'': The Witch [[JumpScare displays these if she catches you]], due to having no eyes. What makes it worse is that she also has no legs -- making a loud '''SQUELCH''' noise every time she drags herself closer -- Both Skeleton T and she's Oshare Bones from ''VideoGame/PuyoPuyo'' have this. However, with Oshare, it only ''13''.
* The indie horror game ''VideoGame/BlackRose'' has a ghost that stalks you at three different points throughout the game. A note found
occurs in the cellar tells the player not to look into the eyes. [[spoiler: Looking into the ghost's eyes for too long will get you killed.]]
* In ''VideoGame/ZackAndWikiQuestForBarbarosTreasure'', Bonelich von Skeleski, when wearing the red or blue powdered wigs, gets [[CurtainsMatchTheWindows matching-colored glowing eyes]].
* The Broken Lords of ''Videogame/EndlessLegend'' mix the glowing eyes of undeath with GlowingMechanicalEyes. Their society was forced to bind their souls to suits of AnimatedArmor, which glows with an inner blue [[ImportedAlienPhlebotinum Dust]] light, causing their eyes holes and mouths to glow.
* As an [[DemBones ambulatory skeleton]], Sans of ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'' has these. This actually gives him a more friendly and cheerful appearance, because [[GameFace he looks downright unsettling without them]]. Oddly,
his brother Papyrus does not have these, mostly having empty but [[ExpressiveSkull very expressive]] left eye; his right eye sockets with the occasional expression revealing he has eyeballs ([[http://peregrinethegryphon.tumblr.com/post/134231727657/hip-new-undertale-au he'd look somewhat creepy]] if he did). The morose ghost Napstablook also has these.is a case of TheDeadHaveEyes.



* ''VideoGame/NarutoShippudenUltimateNinjaStorm3'': when Kabuto Yakushi summons the resurrected Kakuzu, Itachi and Deidara, [[https://youtu.be/EK3k73LpjXA?t=3m40s their eyes are glowing.]]
* ''VideoGame/DarkestDungeon'' has the Collector, whose collected heads have a ghastly blue glow in their eyes. [[YourSoulIsMine Which can't be good]] for [[AndIMustScream said victims]].
* ''VideoGame/HollowKnight'':
** Dying creates a [[OurGhostsAreDifferent Shade]] of the Knight at the location they were slain. In contrast to the Knight's white head with empty-looking black eyes, the Shade has a black body with round, solid white eyes. The [[spoiler:Siblings]] at the bottom of the Abyss have the same kind of look, but with a more pronounced glow.
** Bugs who have become [[OurZombiesAreDifferent Husks (i.e. zombies)]] as a result of the infection have glowing yellow-orange eyes.

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* ''VideoGame/NarutoShippudenUltimateNinjaStorm3'': when Kabuto Yakushi summons The reaper man in ''VideoGame/{{Shadowgate}}'' is an otherwise unremarkable example, but his position in the resurrected Kakuzu, Itachi and Deidara, [[https://youtu.be/EK3k73LpjXA?t=3m40s Game Over screen means that players will spend a significant fraction of their time looking at him.
* Zombies have red, glowing
eyes are glowing.]]
in ''[[VideoGame/SniperEliteV2 Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army]]''. From a gameplay perspective, this is likely to increase their visibility in the game's dark, dreary, and ''extremely'' foggy environments. Hell, it even helps you pick out their heads, which is handy for RemovingTheHeadOrDestroyingTheBrain purposes.
* ''VideoGame/DarkestDungeon'' All zombie-esques with intelligence in ''VideoGame/{{Sonny}}'', the free online Flash RPG series.
* ''VideoGame/SuperMarioBros'':
** Dry Bones, the skeletal undead versions of Koopas. Dry Bowser also applies.
** Kingfin in ''VideoGame/SuperMarioGalaxy'', although surprisingly not the standard undead enemies. Said boss also
has an even more extreme case of this, because the Collector, whose collected heads eyes seem to shoot light beams in the direction it's looking.
* As an [[DemBones ambulatory skeleton]], Sans of ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'' has these. This actually gives him a more friendly and cheerful appearance, because [[GameFace he looks downright unsettling without them]]. Oddly, his brother Papyrus does not
have these, mostly having empty but [[ExpressiveSkull very expressive]] eye sockets with the occasional expression revealing he has eyeballs ([[http://peregrinethegryphon.tumblr.com/post/134231727657/hip-new-undertale-au he'd look somewhat creepy]] if he did). The morose ghost Napstablook also has these.
* ''VideoGame/TheWitchsHouse'': The Witch [[JumpScare displays these if she catches you]], due to having no eyes. What makes it worse is that she also has no legs -- making
a ghastly loud '''SQUELCH''' noise every time she drags herself closer -- and she's only ''13''.
* ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'':
** Most of the Forsaken undead have this, though there are some Forsaken facial textures that don't include glowing eyes. They have empty eyesockets instead.
** Also undead of the Scourge and the [[EvilOverlord Lich King]] as shown in the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eMRhnC4-QGQ trailer/opening cinematic]] for ''Wrath of the Lich King''. The
blue glow in isn't limited to their eyes. [[YourSoulIsMine Which can't be good]] for [[AndIMustScream said victims]].
* ''VideoGame/HollowKnight'':
eyes, but also appears elsewhere inside the skeletal undead.
** Dying creates a [[OurGhostsAreDifferent Shade]] And as former members of the Knight at Scourge, Death Knights of all races. If the location they were slain. In contrast to the Knight's white head with empty-looking black eyes, the Shade has a black body with round, solid white eyes. The [[spoiler:Siblings]] at the bottom regular members of the Abyss have the same kind of look, but with a more pronounced glow.
** Bugs who have become [[OurZombiesAreDifferent Husks (i.e. zombies)]] as a result of the infection
race already have glowing yellow-orange eyes.eyes (such as night elves), then it's more visibly pronounced for death knights. Also the color will change, as the night elves' normal yellow and blood elves' normal green will be switched to the same blue as all others.
* In ''VideoGame/ZackAndWikiQuestForBarbarosTreasure'', Bonelich von Skeleski, when wearing the red or blue powdered wigs, gets [[CurtainsMatchTheWindows matching-colored glowing eyes]].



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* ''Webcomic/AntiHeroes'', another ''D&D''-inspired StickFigureComic, has Finx the lich. His design is quite similar to Xykon, but he's a lot less scary.
* In the defunct Website/TGChan adventure ''Bug Castle: The Broken Slumber'', RevenantZombie bugs have empty eye sockets with lights in the color of their spirit. By contrast, living moth priest Shatiki has eyes with grey sclerae, black pupils and specular highlights.



* ''Webcomic/AntiHeroes'', another ''D&D''-inspired StickFigureComic, has Finx the lich. His design is quite similar to Xykon, but he's a lot less scary.
* In ''Webcomic/TheZombieHunters'', [[OurZombiesAreDifferent all classes]] of TheUndead have [[BlackEyesOfCrazy black sclerae]] with glowing white irises, excepting the [[SuperpoweredMooks Basilisk]], a class with a [[DeadlyGaze paralyzing gaze]] and bioluminescent [[RedEyesTakeWarning red irises]]. Charlie, a [[HalfHumanHybrid partially]] [[HumanityEnsues revived]] zombie restored to sentience, has one undead eye, which he [[RedRightHand hides]] with a contact lens.
* {{Justified|Trope}} in ''Webcomic/{{Unsounded}}'': the undead Duane sees with enchanted glass eyes; the [[http://www.casualvillain.com/Unsounded/comic/ch11/ch11_29.html glow]] in their sockets is a side effect of the spellwork that links them to his sense of vision.



* Zombies in ''Webcomic/UndeadFriend'', have large empty black sockets and red glowing pupils.
* {{Justified|Trope}} in ''Webcomic/{{Unsounded}}'': the undead Duane sees with enchanted glass eyes; the [[http://www.casualvillain.com/Unsounded/comic/ch11/ch11_29.html glow]] in their sockets is a side effect of the spellwork that links them to his sense of vision.
* In ''Webcomic/TheZombieHunters'', [[OurZombiesAreDifferent all classes]] of TheUndead have [[BlackEyesOfCrazy black sclerae]] with glowing white irises, excepting the [[SuperpoweredMooks Basilisk]], a class with a [[DeadlyGaze paralyzing gaze]] and bioluminescent [[RedEyesTakeWarning red irises]]. Charlie, a [[HalfHumanHybrid partially]] [[HumanityEnsues revived]] zombie restored to sentience, has one undead eye, which he [[RedRightHand hides]] with a contact lens.



* In the defunct Website/TGChan adventure ''Bug Castle: The Broken Slumber'', RevenantZombie bugs have empty eye sockets with lights in the color of their spirit. By contrast, living moth priest Shatiki has eyes with grey sclerae, black pupils and specular highlights.
* Zombies in ''Webcomic/UndeadFriend'', have large empty black sockets and red glowing pupils.



* [[BigBad The Lich]] from ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'' has a very, ''very'' faint pair of these, as does anyone else under his control.



* [[BigBad The Lich]] from ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'' has a very, ''very'' faint pair of these, as does anyone else under his control.


** Dying creates a [[OurGhostsAreDifferent Shade]] of the Knight at the location they were slain. In contrast to the Knight's white head with empty-looking black eyes, the Shade has a black body with round, solid white eyes. The Sibling Shades at the bottom of the Abyss have the same kind of look, but with a more pronounced glow.
** Bugs who have become [[OurZombiesAreDifferent Husks (i.e. zombies)]] as a result of the Radiance's Infection have glowing yellow-orange eyes.

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** Dying creates a [[OurGhostsAreDifferent Shade]] of the Knight at the location they were slain. In contrast to the Knight's white head with empty-looking black eyes, the Shade has a black body with round, solid white eyes. The Sibling Shades [[spoiler:Siblings]] at the bottom of the Abyss have the same kind of look, but with a more pronounced glow.
** Bugs who have become [[OurZombiesAreDifferent Husks (i.e. zombies)]] as a result of the Radiance's Infection infection have glowing yellow-orange eyes.


* In ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'', people killed by the Others have their eyes turned bright blue, which then glow when they're active in undeath. People resurrected by the magic of R'hllor, though not conventionally undead, have a red glow in their eyes at times.

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* In ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'', people and animals killed and raised by the Others have their eyes turned bright a bright, cold blue, which can then glow when they're being particularly active in undeath. People undeath. The Others themselves have [[OccultBlueEyes similarly coloured eyes]], but their undead status is both highly questionable and very unlikely. As well as this, people resurrected by the magic of R'hllor, though not conventionally undead, have a distinct red glow in their eyes at times.times. Any people possibly resurrected by the Drowned God? No glowing observed in Patchface, as yet. Creepily vacant, though.

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* Zombies in ''Webcomic/UndeadFriend'', have large empty black sockets and red glowing pupils.


* Dying in ''VideoGame/HollowKnight'' creates a ghost of the Knight at the location they were slain. In contrast to the Knight's white head with empty-looking black eyes, the ghost has a black body with round, solid white eyes. The ghosts at the bottom of the Abyss have the same kind of look, but with a more pronounced glow. Likewise, bug-folk who have become [[OurZombiesAreDifferent Husks (i.e. zombies)]] as a result of the Radiance's Infection have glowing yellow-orange eyes.

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* ''VideoGame/HollowKnight'':
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Dying in ''VideoGame/HollowKnight'' creates a ghost [[OurGhostsAreDifferent Shade]] of the Knight at the location they were slain. In contrast to the Knight's white head with empty-looking black eyes, the ghost Shade has a black body with round, solid white eyes. The ghosts Sibling Shades at the bottom of the Abyss have the same kind of look, but with a more pronounced glow. Likewise, bug-folk glow.
** Bugs
who have become [[OurZombiesAreDifferent Husks (i.e. zombies)]] as a result of the Radiance's Infection have glowing yellow-orange eyes.


* Dying in ''VideoGame/HollowKnight'' creates a ghost of the Knight at the location they were slain. In contrast to the Knight's white head with empty-looking black eyes, the ghost has a black body with round, solid white eyes. The ghosts at the bottom of the Abyss have the same kind of look, but with a more pronounced glow. Likewise, bug-folk who have been rendered Husks (i.e. zombies) as a result of the Radiance's Infection have glowing yellow-orange eyes.

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* Dying in ''VideoGame/HollowKnight'' creates a ghost of the Knight at the location they were slain. In contrast to the Knight's white head with empty-looking black eyes, the ghost has a black body with round, solid white eyes. The ghosts at the bottom of the Abyss have the same kind of look, but with a more pronounced glow. Likewise, bug-folk who have been rendered become [[OurZombiesAreDifferent Husks (i.e. zombies) zombies)]] as a result of the Radiance's Infection have glowing yellow-orange eyes.


* Dying in ''VideoGame/HollowKnight'' creates a ghost of the Knight at the location they were slain. In contrast to the Knight's white head with empty-looking black eyes, the ghost has a black body with round, solid white eyes. The ghosts at the bottom of the Abyss have the same kind of look, but with a more pronounced glow.

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* Dying in ''VideoGame/HollowKnight'' creates a ghost of the Knight at the location they were slain. In contrast to the Knight's white head with empty-looking black eyes, the ghost has a black body with round, solid white eyes. The ghosts at the bottom of the Abyss have the same kind of look, but with a more pronounced glow. Likewise, bug-folk who have been rendered Husks (i.e. zombies) as a result of the Radiance's Infection have glowing yellow-orange eyes.


* In the defunct Website/TGChan adventure ''Bug Castle: The Broken Slumber'', undead bugs have empty eye sockets with lights in the color of their spirit. By contrast, living moth priest Shatiki has eyes with grey sclerae, black pupils and specular highlights.

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* In the defunct Website/TGChan adventure ''Bug Castle: The Broken Slumber'', undead RevenantZombie bugs have empty eye sockets with lights in the color of their spirit. By contrast, living moth priest Shatiki has eyes with grey sclerae, black pupils and specular highlights.

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* In the defunct Website/TGChan adventure ''Bug Castle: The Broken Slumber'', undead bugs have empty eye sockets with lights in the color of their spirit. By contrast, living moth priest Shatiki has eyes with grey sclerae, black pupils and specular highlights.


[[caption-width-right:185:[-You find yourself staring into the glowing eyes of a [[VideoGame/{{Killzone}} Helghast]].-] ]]

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[[caption-width-right:185:[-You find yourself staring into the glowing eyes of a [[VideoGame/{{Killzone}} Helghast]].Helghast.-] ]]



* ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick''

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* ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick''''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick'':





* The undead soldiers [[spoiler:Hela has risen]] in ''Film/ThorRagnarok'' have glowing green eyes.

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* The undead soldiers [[spoiler:Hela has risen]] in ''Film/ThorRagnarok'' ''Film/ThorRagnarok'': Fenris and the Berserkers have glowing green eyes.green-glowing eyes [[spoiler:after Hela revives them with the Eternal Flame.]]

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* The undead soldiers [[spoiler:Hela has risen]] in ''Film/ThorRagnarok'' have glowing green eyes.

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* Dying in ''VideoGame/HollowKnight'' creates a ghost of the Knight at the location they were slain. In contrast to the Knight's white head with empty-looking black eyes, the ghost has a black body with round, solid white eyes. The ghosts at the bottom of the Abyss have the same kind of look, but with a more pronounced glow.


* In ''Anime/FullmetalAlchemist'', Alphonse is a character whose soul has been bonded to an empty suit of armor, yet the eye holes in the suit glow a pinkish color. Later the brothers encounter others of the same condition who also have glowing eyes.
** This seems to be for the audience's benefit, as if they are "asleep", the characters don't notice.

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* In ''Anime/FullmetalAlchemist'', Alphonse is a character whose soul has been bonded to an empty suit of armor, yet the eye holes in the suit glow a pinkish color. Later the brothers encounter others of the same condition who also have glowing eyes.
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eyes. This seems to only be for visible to the audience's benefit, audience, as if they are "asleep", the characters don't notice.

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