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From the recently released film Thor (2011), Anthony Hopkins impersonated that the King of Asgard having a gold eye spot on his right eye. Despite the optical limitation that prevents the character from having three-dimensional imagery, the King of Asgard was portrayed as a person of wise, that wields both physical and intellectual ability with conviction and prudence. A 1 eyed-man since the King of all Asgard is a familiar image to the general public. From actors like David Bowie, John Ford, and James Joyce to literary characters like Snake Pissken from Escape from New York (1981), Xander Harris in Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997-2003), also Dilios in 300 (2006), the image of one-eyed man was circulated to the past several decades in the mass press. Although one-eyed men in popular culture are warriors or soldiers who dropped their eyes through battles but still remain as great as previously, this fictional setting is contradictory to this reality. After shooting Thor, Anthony Hopkins confessed that he needed to rely upon other people because he moved around the film series, and had вЂњmoments of anxietyвЂќ within the fact that he could not see properly with the eye spot (Aceshowbiz, 2008). With just 1 eye open, the man characters in cultural representations weren't supposed to defeat the enemy and perform masculinity. In the Military Medical Standards for Enlistment and Commission, there's a lengthy list of instances that disqualify candidates with faulty or corrected vision. However, visual disabilities of one-eyed guys in popular culture aren't marked, overshadowed with their ordinary or even exceptional bodily functions. Not just is one-eyed man king at the country of the blind, but also he can be king in the realm of the sighted. This paper assesses these one-ey...