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An Uncanny Attempt to Make a Perfect World?
unlayered look on the Hulk's skin. And years later, when Tom DeFalco is Editor-in-Chief and Claremont is a bigger star and left mostly to his own devices, his stories become a lot less accessible than this. Chris on other hand is just off-putting, but Rebecca may be even worse. Rango : Beans in general. All of them still retain their ancestors' traits to an extent. Lords and Ladies, notably during the Queen's confrontation with Magrat when her glamour starts to fail. This becomes more visible watching on a home TV screen/laptop, as Chris Evans' face is naturally too big for the stand-in's head.
Scott Westerfeld seems to have a talent for creating things that are. Uncanny with a capital. The Pretties from the books series Uglies; they're literally perfect with symmetrical faces and all, and they all look very nearly the en there's the specials who add a whole new level of creepy with their cold beauty.
Barret's face is weird while not it's reasons Why Capital Punishment Should Be Abolished not Big Scary Black Man which Japan often stereotypes in poor taste, it's still off-putting like it's created by someone whose never met a black person. The Mystery Man at Andy's party in David Lynch 's Lost Highway. Arguably, it's played with in a scene where David 8 is shown dying his hair. Especially the ones voiced by Tom Hanks. The Garbage Pail Kids Movie had incredibly creepy rubber masks worn by midgets that were supposed to be the titular characters. Drive, starring Ryan Gosling as a character whom is never given a name other than Driver and is more or less human most of the time, but seems able to just turn off all emotions at will for the purposes of kicking ass. To make matters worse, Jason Wyngarde continues to mess with Jean's mind, so there's a whole lot of confusion going. Leon's face changes throughout all three movies, in Regeneration he looks like his RE4 version but his face looks different from the other characters and unlike the games Leon's a Perpetual Frowner. Jamie Madrox, the Multiple Man, originally appeared in Giant-Size Fantastic Four #4.
There's also the weird affect of Cloud's doll-like face staying the same and hardly moving during the high octane action scenes and Cloud isn't supposed to be as unnatural as Sephiroth. A more subtle example would be Grma Wormtongue, whose corpse-like makeup was meant to make him look fairly creepy. He seems to have to have the person in sight to warp reality for the person, which doesn't make sense, since (again) it seems to make the power a one-to-one, "I'm in your head" kind of thing. He is completely emotionless, lacks any empathy and is utterly, ruthlessly rational. Again, when he makes Jean feel buried alive, wolvie even comments about how he doesn't know what Proteus did to her because he wasn't locked on by him. In Hellboy II: The Golden Army, the baby that Hellboy rescues has a CG-rendered face that falls deep into the Uncanny Valley. Off-set and without makeup, people kept telling him there was something just not right about him. The costume designers of of Killers from Space were probably aware of the Valley when designing the titular villains, but that film's instance of this trope has aliens looking stupid and hilarious rather than creepy.