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14th Dec '17 10:16:20 AM TuefelHundenIV
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* ''VideoGame/EarthDefenseForce5'': The player finds themselves fighting giant bipedal alien frogs and Grey aliens in armored suits both armed with energy weapons and accompanied by the hordes of giant bugs.
9th Dec '17 11:30:20 PM mickey96
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* Every boss except the final episode in ''VideoGame/ShawsNightmare.'' They are huge compared to the tiny protagonist.
8th Dec '17 8:59:08 AM SimpsonsLover24
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* When Chessington World of Adventures (near London UK) first opened, one attraction was a "Fifth Dimension" dark ride on which the riders were "shrunk" and travelled through a series of scenes of giant domestic items. Needless to say, the riders got "restored" just before the ride ended. (This ride has since been rethemed.)

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* When Chessington World of Adventures (near London UK) first opened, one attraction was a "Fifth Dimension" dark ride called "The Fifth Dimension", on which the riders were "shrunk" and travelled through a series of scenes of giant domestic items. Needless to say, the riders got "restored" just before the ride ended. (This ride has since been rethemed.rethemed into "Forbidden Tomb".)
6th Dec '17 11:16:48 AM fobarimperius
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* ''TableTopGame/YuGiOh'' has a variety of monsters that range in appearance and size, and as you can imagine some of them are outright gigantic
** From the ''Anime/YuGiOh anime'' comes the depictions of the Egyptian Gods Obelisk, Slifer, and Ra. By extension, Horahkty is probably fairly massive too, and Exodia is massive as well. Exodia Necross, Exxod Master of the Guard, Exodia Incarnate, and Exodius the Ultimate Forbidden Lord likely rival Exodia in imposing size.
** Since the Wicked Gods Dreadroot, Avatar, and Eraser are direct opposition to the Egyptian Gods, they're likely about the same imposing size. This may also be true for the Sacred Beasts Uria, Raviel, and Hamon.
** The Kaiju archetype uses exactly what it sounds like, {{Kaiju}} sized monsters based entirely on {{Godzilla}} characters, and as any idea of this would be, most of the monsters range from giant robots to massive fire lizards to three-headed lightning shooting monsters.
** The Alien archetype has Cosmic Horror Gangi'el and Cosmic Fortress Gol'gar, monsters clearly based on [[HPLoveCraft Lovecraftian]] design and depicted as large collections of tentacles and claws. Exactly how large they are isn't certain, but one of them ''is'' called a ''Fortress''
1st Dec '17 7:36:38 AM mickey96
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* In ''WebComic/GS130'', Mimete grew into a 12 story giant and destroyed a military facility and kidnapped one of it's commanding officers.

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* In ''WebComic/GS130'', ''WebComic/GS260'', Mimete grew into a 12 story giant and destroyed a military facility and kidnapped one of it's commanding officers.
1st Dec '17 7:30:48 AM mickey96
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* In ''WebComic/GS260'', Mimete destroyed a military facility and kidnapped one of it's commanding officers.

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* In ''WebComic/GS260'', ''WebComic/GS130'', Mimete grew into a 12 story giant and destroyed a military facility and kidnapped one of it's commanding officers.
23rd Nov '17 8:46:48 AM mickey96
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* In ''WebComic/GS260'', Mimete destroyed a military facility and kidnapped one of it's commanding officers.
12th Nov '17 8:47:04 PM Unicorndance
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* ''VideoGame/MoshiMonsters'': In Humongous Haven, people randomly [[IncredibleShrinkingMan shrink]] and turn into giants.
28th Oct '17 7:50:44 PM Andrewjpet12
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** Interestingly, the famous poster used as the page image actually depicts the woman as around 200 feet tall. I guess she just wasn't big enough for the poster artist?

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** Interestingly, the famous poster used as the page image actually depicts the woman as around 200 feet tall. I guess Perhaps she just wasn't big enough for the poster artist?
27th Oct '17 10:25:00 AM DustSnitch
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** They turn it right around in ''Film/GhostbustersII'', when the Ghostbusters themselves '''' [[ThePowerOfRock using Jackie Wilson's "Higher and Higher"]] to [[ItMakesSenseInContext animate]] ''the Statue of Liberty'', and use it to break into the art museum to stop Vigo the Carpathian from coming back to life.

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** They turn it right around in ''Film/GhostbustersII'', when the Ghostbusters themselves '''' [[ThePowerOfRock using Jackie Wilson's "Higher and Higher"]] to [[ItMakesSenseInContext animate]] ''the Statue of Liberty'', Art/StatueOfLiberty'', and use it to break into the art museum to stop Vigo the Carpathian from coming back to life.


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** In "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS33E5TheAngelsTakeManhattan The Angels Take Manhattan]]," the Art/StatueOfLiberty turns out to be an alien statue called a Weeping Angel and naturally, it is gigantic. Oddly, since the Angels use stealth as their greatest strength, it isn't as threatening compared to the other Angels and is just background. It's also portrayed a lot smaller than the real thing.
--->'''Rory:''' I always wanted to see the Statue of Liberty. I guess she got impatient.
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