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No, he isn't blind in either the film or the source comic.

Ignoring the more obvious elements (fight scenes, throwing of knives, etc) there are at least two occasions where he performs acts that would be impossible without sight:

When he lacerates the poster:

V lacerates the poster

Cooking for Evey (where he flips and then catches a piece of bread in the pan)

V cooks for Evey

In the comic book, a line in Dr Delia's diary makes it clear that he can still see at the time of his escape;

"He looked at me. As if I were an insect. Oh God. As if I were something mounted on a slide."

And the film's official novelisation makes multiple references to V looking at things, for example;

"Sutler," V told him, his masked face leaning forward over Creedy's shoulder now, so he could see the way the mans eyes flashed.

and

Gasping in a deep breath, V turned away then, surveying his night's work: a scatter of dead bodies in a grimy, derelict Underground station that still resonated with the violence of his deeds, awash with blood and reeking with the smell of gunsmoke.

No, he isn't blind in either the film or the source comic.

Ignoring the more obvious elements (fight scenes, throwing of knives, etc) there are at least two occasions where he performs acts that would be impossible without sight:

When he lacerates the poster:

V lacerates the poster

Cooking for Evey (where he flips and then catches a piece of bread in the pan)

V cooks for Evey

In the comic book, a line in Dr Delia's diary makes it clear that he can still see at the time of his escape;

"He looked at me. As if I were an insect. Oh God. As if I were something mounted on a slide."

No, he isn't blind in either the film or the source comic.

Ignoring the more obvious elements (fight scenes, throwing of knives, etc) there are at least two occasions where he performs acts that would be impossible without sight:

When he lacerates the poster:

V lacerates the poster

Cooking for Evey (where he flips and then catches a piece of bread in the pan)

V cooks for Evey

In the comic book, a line in Dr Delia's diary makes it clear that he can still see at the time of his escape;

"He looked at me. As if I were an insect. Oh God. As if I were something mounted on a slide."

And the film's official novelisation makes multiple references to V looking at things, for example;

"Sutler," V told him, his masked face leaning forward over Creedy's shoulder now, so he could see the way the mans eyes flashed.

and

Gasping in a deep breath, V turned away then, surveying his night's work: a scatter of dead bodies in a grimy, derelict Underground station that still resonated with the violence of his deeds, awash with blood and reeking with the smell of gunsmoke.

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No, he isn't blind in either the film or the source comic.

Ignoring the more obvious elements (fight scenes, throwing of knives, etc) there are at least two occasions where he performs acts that would be impossible without sight:

When he lacerates the poster: enter image description here

V lacerates the poster

Cooking for Evey (where he flips and then catches a piece of bread in the pan) enter image description here

V cooks for Evey

In the comicbookcomic book, a line in Dr Delia's diary makes it clear that he can still see at the time of his escape;

"He looked at me. As if I were an insect. Oh God. As if I were something mounted on a slide."

No, he isn't blind in either the film or the source comic.

Ignoring the more obvious elements (fight scenes, throwing of knives, etc) there are at least two occasions where he performs acts that would be impossible without sight:

When he lacerates the poster: enter image description here

Cooking for Evey (where he flips and then catches a piece of bread in the pan) enter image description here

In the comicbook, a line in Dr Delia's diary makes it clear that he can still see at the time of his escape;

"He looked at me. As if I were an insect. Oh God. As if I were something mounted on a slide."

No, he isn't blind in either the film or the source comic.

Ignoring the more obvious elements (fight scenes, throwing of knives, etc) there are at least two occasions where he performs acts that would be impossible without sight:

When he lacerates the poster:

V lacerates the poster

Cooking for Evey (where he flips and then catches a piece of bread in the pan)

V cooks for Evey

In the comic book, a line in Dr Delia's diary makes it clear that he can still see at the time of his escape;

"He looked at me. As if I were an insect. Oh God. As if I were something mounted on a slide."

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No, he isn't blind in either the film or the source comic.

Ignoring the more obvious elements (fight scencesscenes, throwing of knives, etc) there are at least two occasions where he performs acts that would be impossible without sight:

When he lacerates the poster: enter image description here

Cooking for Evey (where he flips and then catches a piece of bread in the pan)Cooking for Evey (where he flips and then catches a piece of bread in the pan) enter image description here

In the comicbook, a line in Dr Delia's diary makes it clear that he can still see at the time of his escape;

"He looked at me."He looked at me. As if I were an insect. Oh God. As if I were something mounted on a slide."

No, he isn't blind in either the film or the source comic.

Ignoring the more obvious elements (fight scences, throwing of knives, etc) there are at least two occasions where he performs acts that would be impossible without sight:

When he lacerates the poster: enter image description here

Cooking for Evey (where he flips and then catches a piece of bread in the pan) enter image description here

In the comicbook, a line in Dr Delia's diary makes it clear that he can still see at the time of his escape;

"He looked at me. As if I were an insect. Oh God. As if I were something mounted on a slide."

No, he isn't blind in either the film or the source comic.

Ignoring the more obvious elements (fight scenes, throwing of knives, etc) there are at least two occasions where he performs acts that would be impossible without sight:

When he lacerates the poster: enter image description here

Cooking for Evey (where he flips and then catches a piece of bread in the pan) enter image description here

In the comicbook, a line in Dr Delia's diary makes it clear that he can still see at the time of his escape;

"He looked at me. As if I were an insect. Oh God. As if I were something mounted on a slide."

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