Look into my eyes! is General Blue's special telekinetic technique. It allows him to temporarily paralyze people so they do not move when he is attacking them. His aura is blue while using it, and his eyes temporarily flash. The effects of the paralysis last so long as Blue maintains significant concentration on his opponent. In addition, if he is to be blinded in any way before he can use the technique, it will not come into effect.
General Blue uses this technique when fighting Krillin in the Pirate Cave. After he becomes angry because Krillin kicked him in the nose, making it bleed, General Blue uses the Look into my eyes! and then attacks Krillin. He later uses this to pin Goku down and disable his movements, but Goku manages to break free as soon as Blue is distracted by a mouse. General Blue then attempts to use it again shortly afterwards, but Goku pokes him in the eyes with the scissors portion of his Rock Scissors Paper attack before Blue could utilize it. General Blue effectively uses the technique on Goku in Penguin Village, but he ends up being headbutted by Arale Norimaki before he could harm Goku with his Skewer! The Look into my eyes! technique seems to have little to no effect against stronger opponents, such as Mercenary Tao, as seen during his fight to the death with him to redeem himself for his failure in retrieving the Dragon Balls. Tao reveals himself to be mostly unaffected by it by cracking his own neck while Blue was using the technique on him, although he did admit that he felt it and asked Blue what it was. It should be noted, however, that Blue only used the technique against Tao in the anime, as in the manga, he never even bothered to use the technique in the first place.
Appearances in games
General Blue uses this technique in Dragon Ball 3: Gokuden and Dragon Ball: Advanced Adventure. Under the generic name "Telekinesis", it is one of Blue's Blast 1 in Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3. The technique was named Look into my eyes! in the video game Dragon Ball: Revenge of King Piccolo. In Dragon Ball Heroes, it is an offensive technique called Psychic Eyes (サイキックアイ).