- Miranda Deegan, mother of Dominic Deegan and powerful archmage, has what is called "the Evil Eye". It can hit from up to fifteen yards away and works around corners! Even strong men quail at its influence.
- In the webcomic, Carry On, a nasty-tempered old giraffe get one... from an entire herd of females!
- In The Optimist, a retail worker can do nothing but glare.
- Roark "Rocky" Rickaby has hypothesized that the loss of Viktor's right eye has caused the hate energy he generates to become focused into an extremely powerful death glare.
- And apparently, Ivy's been taking lessons as can be seen in the very last panel. As the next page shows, you see that look on her face, run. Run very fast.
- Examples of both. Poor, poor Freckle.
- Angel Moxie
- Wondermark Guest Strip: "Did You Know??" Her majesty Queen Victoria once levelled [sic] a disapproving scowl of such ferocious intesity [sic] that none of the servants at Buckingham Palace were capable of shameful bodily functions for three days!
- Seen in Juathuur here. That guy? he will kill or try to kill half the cast.
- In Questionable Content, the characters know better than get between Cosette and her date. For good reason..Luna: I saw... I saw a tunnel of light, with my granddad waiting at the end, waving to me...
Marten: Jesus, I thought she was gonna go all Temple of Doom on you and pull your heart out through your chest!
- Main Character Marten pulled this off when he shot down Pintsize before the little bot could even attempt to harass Claire.
- Dora reminds Penelope she should think before she speaks.
- Combining cuteness with internal fury, Lucy's stare comes close to this in Bittersweet Candy Bowl.
- Common in Charby the Vampirate
Phineas: Oh crap! Its Zeno!?
- Menu is immune
- Yiska doesn't care for false accusations.
- Its best not to get distracted when talking to Rosemary.
- The aftereffect of a mistaken identity,
- Hanna Is Not a Boy's Name: Hanna does this whenever anyone questions his age.
- El Goonish Shive
- Explorers of Souls: Mel gives one to the Pikachu when he asks if she is okay.
- In Codename:Hunter, never, EVER try to imply that either Hunter or Gyspy (especially due to hers parents' past) are slaves just 'cause they use bands, or Hunter will shut you up with a look.
- In Anime News Nina, "The Guru" of action anime, also known as Bill, can do this with only one eye! He can also make watermelons and presumably heads explode by punching them, too.
- In The Order of the Stick, Haley giving Sabine in disguise a "petrifying gaze attack" is what clue Nale that Haley might have feelings for his brother Elan.
- Art from Sequential Art, while usually a rather genial guy, gives quite a good one.
- The normally mild-mannered and take-it-as-it-comes hero of The Inexplicable Adventures of Bob! gives one here, mentioned by name. It doesn't work, though.
- Piro from MegaTokyo has a surprisingly good one. It can make Miho switch from shameless to meek and covering herselfnote in two seconds.
- PeeJee from Something*Positive can do this. Added note, her boyfriend should not diss her game, especially when she is the GM.
- When the FreakAngels link together, they can give a pretty spooky one, and the victim doesn't even have to be there.
- Sabrina Online: While giving birth to Timmy, Amy lets Thomas KNOW right off the bat◊ that despite her initial desire, natural delivery is not for her at all.Thomas: Bomb 'er, Doc.
Amy: A double.
- Gene Catlow is chock full of this trope.
- In Men in Hats, Aram demonstrates the nasty glare he intends to use on people who look at each other and laugh together about something.
- Bun-bun from Sluggy Freelance is a simply drawn rabbit, which means that most of the time he only wears one of three expressions: round eyes, bored eyes or angry eyes. When the last appears (which is not seldom), you should be very afraid. Many creatures multiple times his size are.
- The Captain in Romantically Apocalyptic gives an impressive (although unseen by the readers) Death Glare to an alien - a literal one, as it causes the alien's head to explode.
- Multiple characters in Schlock Mercenary can do this. Kevyn is apparently quite good with them off-screen, but the grand prize has to go to Massey Reynstein after a long, busy night of mayhem.Massey: Shh. I'm trying to kill you with my eyes.
- In Sinfest:
- In Pacificators, Larima gives a really scary one to Rendo, but Muneca takes home the trophy.
- Lady Trylia of Ears for Elves has an expression when she doesn't get what she wants that causes withdrawn Kanryl to speak, since her glare was frightening his animals.
- In Friendship is Dragons, a Campaign Comic based off of My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic, Fluttershy's stare (see below) is not just an ability of the character, but of her player, and frightened the DM into submission when a dragon was menacing her party. When it was mentioned that she just thought about what her mother would do, The DM speculates that the ability is probably genetic.
- In Sunstone Cassie receives a positively feral one from a drunk Ally when she walks in on her and Lisa initiating something in the toilets of a club.
- At the start of Chapter 5, Lisa outdoes Ally in a big way when her brother Jimmy suggests inviting Ally (who she is very, very pissed at following the end of Chapter 4) over to their parents' place. The glare she gives him could "curdle milk" according to him.
- In Ménage à 3:
- Gary manages to provoke simultaneous comedy death glares from two women here. Which is kind of a sad waste, given that one slightly harsh word is usually enough to make Gary crawl away weeping.
- One is also inflicted by Sonya on new character Peggy here, despite the fact that Sonya was proudly doing Peggy a favour at the time. Sonya's not too bright, but she's passionate, and good at showing how she feels about things.
- Amical from morphE is a kind and sweet host who talks sugary sweet even when threatening peoples lives. At the end of Chapter 1 he gives a near shocking turn to the seedlings (and viewer) with a glare, reminding that he will always be watching.
- In Irregular Webcomic!, the Head Death does this to the Death of Insanely Overpowered Fireballs (currently in the postition of "Living for Over 900 Years"). Due to the lack of eyeballs, Fireballs couldn't tell.
- In Godslave, Anpu gives one to Turner when he tries to take him away as if the deity would let him.
- In Rain, Maria is a master at it. She could teach T-800 robots a thing or two about how to do it.
- Girl Genius features more than one instance of this.
- In Undead Friend Wylie commonly does this, mainly at Orrick.
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