Vision (multi) – The ability to see with more than two eyes and therefore have enhanced vision. Vision (multi) is also known as is also known as Extra Eyes and Multiple Eyes.
Literary Critique of Vision (multi)
Argus Panoptes as part of the Olympus Group (Marvel) augments his 100 eyes with some technology in order to defeat Hercules and his team in Incredible Hercules #138.
The Ten-Eyed Man (DC) is a foe of Batman that can see with his hands due to an operation in Batman V1 #226.
An alien with eyes in the back of his head in Adventures into Weird Worlds #2 (Atlas).
Squirrel Girl (Marvel) points out the obvious, lots of eyes mean lots of targets in The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl #7.
Trevor Hawkins (Marvel) alias Eye Boy is a student in Jean Grey School for Higher Learning and was introduced in Wolverine & The X-Men V1 #19 (Marvel).
Trevor Hawkins (Marvel) is probably the only character with this power to make the cover of a comic book in Generation X #5.
Azazel (Vertigo) wins the prize for the creepiest character with multiple eyes in Lucifer V2 #5.
The Beholder in Dungeons and Dragons has multiple eyes and the different eyes have different types of rays. Different beholders have different powers.
Belsameth’s Watchmen – Creature Collection III. Savage Bestiary
Eyedra – Creature Collection III. Savage Bestiary
Eyeguy (Ben 10)
The Eye (Marvel) in Man-Thing V6 #4.
Jimmy Olsen – Superman’s Pal #107
Judge Dredd – “Goodnight Kiss” – 2000 AD #945
Tales from Beyond Science – 2000 AD #778
Eyeball Monster – Iron Man: Legacy of Doom #4
Action Comics #1042 (2022)
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