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19th Feb '18 10:04:14 AM MarqFJA
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* The Indominus .rex is stated to be 50ft long in ''Film/JurassicWorld''. What makes it an example of this trope is that she's both part Tyrannosaurus .rex and part Velociraptor, and she's bigger than both.

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* The Indominus .rex is stated to be 50ft long in ''Film/JurassicWorld''. What makes it an example of this trope is that she's both [[MixAndMatchCritters part Tyrannosaurus .Tyrannosaurus rex and part Velociraptor, Velociraptor]], and she's bigger than both.'''both'''.
17th Feb '18 1:39:02 PM SeptimusHeap
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* In a ''WesternAnimation/RobotBoy'' episode, RobotBoy flicks a switch and ends up growing as big as the moon.

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* In a ''WesternAnimation/RobotBoy'' episode, RobotBoy WesternAnimation/RobotBoy flicks a switch and ends up growing as big as the moon.
26th Jan '18 7:25:41 PM nombretomado
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* ''VideoGame/DungeonFighterOnline'' has a ShoutOut to the above in the form of Quattro Manus, currently the last boss on the last Special Dungeon (King's Library on the [[TitleOfTheDead Castle of the Dead]]), you fight him on top of a tower a la [[MarvelVsCapcom Onslaught]], complete with [[MegatonPunch attacks from the background]], [[SmashingSurvival a grab that it's lethal if you don't button mash enough]], [[DamageSpongeBoss and a obscene number of life bars]]. If you aren't prepared for this fight, you (or your party) WILL lose many [[OneUp Life Tokens]].

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* ''VideoGame/DungeonFighterOnline'' has a ShoutOut to the above in the form of Quattro Manus, currently the last boss on the last Special Dungeon (King's Library on the [[TitleOfTheDead Castle of the Dead]]), you fight him on top of a tower a la [[MarvelVsCapcom [[VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcom Onslaught]], complete with [[MegatonPunch attacks from the background]], [[SmashingSurvival a grab that it's lethal if you don't button mash enough]], [[DamageSpongeBoss and a obscene number of life bars]]. If you aren't prepared for this fight, you (or your party) WILL lose many [[OneUp Life Tokens]].
17th Jan '18 9:48:09 PM Sanokal
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* The 50-foot tall ape known as Film/KingKong is one of the most iconic examples in fiction.

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* The 50-foot 25-foot tall ape known as Film/KingKong is one of the most iconic examples in fiction.fiction, though his height varies across interpretations (largely depending on whether or not he'll be pitted against Godzilla).



* Indominus Rex is stated to be 50ft long in ''Film/JurassicWorld''.
* In ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar'', [[spoiler: Ant-Man turns into Giant-Man during the battle on the airport tarmac to provide a distraction while Captain America and Bucky Barnes run to the quinjet]].

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* Indominus Rex The Indominus .rex is stated to be 50ft long in ''Film/JurassicWorld''.
''Film/JurassicWorld''. What makes it an example of this trope is that she's both part Tyrannosaurus .rex and part Velociraptor, and she's bigger than both.
* In ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar'', [[spoiler: Ant-Man [[spoiler:Ant-Man turns into Giant-Man during the battle on the airport tarmac to provide a distraction while Captain America and Bucky Barnes run to the quinjet]].



** 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.

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** 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 (based on Osiris) 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 The Wicked Gods Dreadroot, Avatar, and Eraser are direct opposition to the Egyptian Gods, so they're likely about the same imposing size. Since Avatar takes the form of the strongest monster on the field; it's only this is mimicking another example of this trope. This may is also be true for the Sacred Beasts Uria, Raviel, and Hamon.Hamon, and their fused form, Armityle.
** The Earthbound Immortals were the largest monsters in the franchise bar the Great Leviathan, matching skyscrapers in size. They're mainly massive animals based on the Nazca Lines.
** Thor and Loki are pretty large, but not to much bigger than the average example of this trope. Odin, on the other hand, is so big he towers over the horizon behind the city.
** Supreme King Z-ARC from ''ARC-V'' is around the size of the Earthbound Immortals - and his truly bafflingly insane wingspan and tail length add to this.



** The Alien archetype has Cosmic Horror Gangi'el and Cosmic Fortress Gol'gar, monsters clearly based on [[Creator/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''

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** The Alien archetype has Cosmic Horror Gangi'el and Cosmic Fortress Gol'gar, monsters clearly based on [[Creator/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''''Fortress''. The similar Worm archetype has Worm Zero, which is basically the size of a city.
** The absolute king of this trope in Yu-Gi-Oh! is Star Eater. The name says it all.
17th Jan '18 4:46:25 PM TonyG
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** An issue of ''Lobo'' combined this with MarshmallowHell.

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** An issue of ''Lobo'' combined this with has as woman spurned by the Main Man for being [[ACupAngst too flat]] jumping onto a vat of breast growing cream, causing her to grow to gigantic proportions and track him down, then giving him a taste of MarshmallowHell.
4th Jan '18 4:17:55 PM JackG
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* The ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'' fanfic ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/6748504/1/Attack-of-the-50-Ft-Half-Klingon Attack of the 50-Ft Half-Klingon]]'' has an oversized B'Elanna Torres appearing in the [[Film/TheAdventuresOfCaptainProton Captain Proton]] holodeck program to wreck revenge on a philandering Tom Paris.

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* The ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'' fanfic ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/6748504/1/Attack-of-the-50-Ft-Half-Klingon Attack of the 50-Ft Half-Klingon]]'' has an oversized B'Elanna Torres appearing in the [[Film/TheAdventuresOfCaptainProton Captain Proton]] holodeck program to wreck revenge on a philandering Tom Paris. The end of the story has Tom returning to seek his revenge as Film/TheAmazingColossalMan.
18th Dec '17 8:28:53 PM merotoker
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[[caption-width-right:350:We got BIG trouble![[note]]Clockwise from top left: Article illustration from ''Modern Mechanics and Inventions''; poster for ''Film/AttackOfThe50FootWoman''; Bender and Zoidberg from ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}''; a parody image from ''Website/{{Cracked}}''; scene from ''[[WesternAnimation/HoneyIShrunkTheKids Honey, I Blew Up the Kid]]''[[/note]]]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:We got BIG trouble![[note]]Clockwise from top left: Article illustration from ''Modern Mechanics and Inventions''; poster for ''Film/AttackOfThe50FootWoman''; Bender and Zoidberg from ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}''; a parody image from ''Website/{{Cracked}}''; scene from ''[[WesternAnimation/HoneyIShrunkTheKids ''[[Film/HoneyIShrunkTheKids Honey, I Blew Up the Kid]]''[[/note]]]]



A standard plot for animated shows, but [[SpecialEffectFailure tough to pull off seriously for live action]]. {{BMovie}}s latched on to this trope for a time. After all, why settle for the standard-size MonsterOfTheWeek when you could have a [[BiggerIsBetter giant one]]? Advances in special effects technology have kept this from becoming Discredited.

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A standard plot for animated shows, but [[SpecialEffectFailure tough to pull off seriously for live action]]. {{BMovie}}s [[BMovie B-Movies]] latched on to this trope for a time. After all, why settle for the standard-size MonsterOfTheWeek when you could have a [[BiggerIsBetter giant one]]? Advances in special effects technology have kept this from becoming Discredited.



* ''Franchise/LyricalNanoha''

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* ''Franchise/LyricalNanoha''''Franchise/LyricalNanoha'':



* A number of ''ComicStrip/{{TheFarSide}}'' strips feature giant monsters, including one skyscraper-sized mailman and a group of dogs rallying to save the city.

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* A number of ''ComicStrip/{{TheFarSide}}'' ''ComicStrip/TheFarSide'' strips feature giant monsters, including one skyscraper-sized mailman and a group of dogs rallying to save the city.



* The ''NationalLampoon'' did a comic-book parody of the genre called "Attack of the Sizeable Beasts", where a well-intentioned scientist's growth-hormone test animals get loose. Not monstrously big, just...bigger than normal. A really large raccoon falls out of a tree and dents a car, a remarkably large bird flies off with a baby's sweater, that sort of thing. They don't wreak havoc so much as a low level of annoyance.
* Recurring villain Zoster of ''ComicBook/PaperinikNewAdventures'' in his last appearance stole [[PhysicalGod Xadhoom]]'s powers and use them to become as big as the '''SUN'''. How many foot are those? [[spoiler:Fortunately it was all a plan of Xadhoom that she created before dying. In fact it was the last appearance of Zoster because the experiment killed him]].

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* The ''NationalLampoon'' ''Franchise/NationalLampoon'' did a comic-book parody of the genre called "Attack of the Sizeable Beasts", where a well-intentioned scientist's growth-hormone test animals get loose. Not monstrously big, just...bigger than normal. A really large raccoon falls out of a tree and dents a car, a remarkably large bird flies off with a baby's sweater, that sort of thing. They don't wreak havoc so much as a low level of annoyance.
* Recurring villain Zoster of ''ComicBook/PaperinikNewAdventures'' in his last appearance stole [[PhysicalGod Xadhoom]]'s powers and use them to become as big as the '''SUN'''. How many foot are those? [[spoiler:Fortunately it was all a plan of Xadhoom that she created before dying. In fact it was the last appearance of Zoster because the experiment killed him]].him.]]



* Dr. Manhattan from ''Comicbook/{{Watchmen}}'' can boost his size to become bigger. ''Much'' bigger.
** Actually semi-justified in Manhattan's case; he rebuilt a body for himself after the accident, so the fact that he made it human-sized is largely nostalgia/convenience.

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* Dr. Manhattan from ''Comicbook/{{Watchmen}}'' can boost his size to become bigger. ''Much'' bigger.
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bigger. Actually semi-justified in Manhattan's case; he rebuilt a body for himself after the accident, so the fact that he made it human-sized is largely nostalgia/convenience.



* [[http://www.fimfiction.net/story/67352/fluttersized Fluttersized]] is all about [[WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic Fluttershy]] becoming huge after a misfired spell by Twilight. There's even an AlternateContinuity where she gets "Discorded" into a mean persona and starts rampgaing through Canterlot, Godzilla-style. She even fights a giant Rainbow Dash!

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* [[http://www.fimfiction.net/story/67352/fluttersized Fluttersized]] is all about [[WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic Fluttershy]] becoming huge after a misfired spell by Twilight. There's even an AlternateContinuity where she gets "Discorded" into a mean persona and starts rampgaing rampaging through Canterlot, Godzilla-style. She even fights a giant Rainbow Dash!






* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Minions}}'', [[spoiler:Kevin is turned into a giant by one of Herb's inventions, and uses his newfound size to save the day.]]
* In ''WesternAnimation/MonstersVsAliens'', the leading woman is turned into a 50 foot (well, 49-foot, 11 and 1/2-inch) woman by being doused with [[ImportedAlienPhlebotinum Quantonium]]. Naturally...
** The same film also features Insectosaurus, a 350-ft grub worm [[{{Kaiju}} from Japan (where else?)]].

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* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Minions}}'', [[spoiler:Kevin is turned into a giant by one of Herb's inventions, and uses his newfound size to save the day.]]
day]].
* In ''WesternAnimation/MonstersVsAliens'', the ''WesternAnimation/MonstersVsAliens'':
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leading woman is turned into a 50 foot (well, 49-foot, 11 and 1/2-inch) woman by being doused with [[ImportedAlienPhlebotinum Quantonium]]. Naturally...
** The same film also features Insectosaurus, a 350-ft grub worm [[{{Kaiju}} from Japan (where else?)]].



* The main characters in ''WesternAnimation/{{Shrek 2}}'' bake a giant gingerbread man named Mongo to lay siege to the castle.
** And in the Shrek prequel ''WesternAnimation/PussInBoots'' the Mother of All Gooses (well, one Golden Goose) rampages through a Spanish town.

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* The main characters in ''WesternAnimation/{{Shrek 2}}'' bake a giant gingerbread man named Mongo to lay siege to the castle.
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castle. And in the Shrek prequel ''WesternAnimation/PussInBoots'' the Mother of All Gooses (well, one Golden Goose) rampages through a Spanish town.



* ''Franchise/{{Ghostbusters}}''

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** At 350 feet, a total length of 550 feet 2 inches long, and 90,000 tons, [[Film/{{Godzilla 2014}} the 2014 version]] is the biggest and heaviest Godzilla of all time. Until he was one-upped by ''Film/ShinGodzilla'' who is 118.5 meters tall, a full 10 meters taller than his Legenday counterpart and much meaner, uglier, and in a sense more pitiable .

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** At 350 feet, a total length of 550 feet 2 inches long, and 90,000 tons, [[Film/{{Godzilla 2014}} the 2014 version]] is the biggest and heaviest Godzilla of all time. Until he was one-upped by ''Film/ShinGodzilla'' who is 118.5 meters tall, a full 10 meters taller than his Legenday Legendary counterpart and much meaner, uglier, and in a sense more pitiable .pitiable.



* In ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar'', [[spoiler: Ant-Man turns into Giant-Man during the battle on the airport tarmac to provide a distraction while Captain America and Bucky Barnes run to the quinjet.]]

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* In ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar'', [[spoiler: Ant-Man turns into Giant-Man during the battle on the airport tarmac to provide a distraction while Captain America and Bucky Barnes run to the quinjet.]]quinjet]].



* Happens in the first chapter of ''Literature/GulliversTravels''.To the Lilliputians, the protagonist ''is'' the fifty-foot whatever.

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* Happens in the first chapter of ''Literature/GulliversTravels''. To the Lilliputians, the protagonist ''is'' the fifty-foot whatever.



* The Monster Blood series in ''Literature/{{Goosebumps}}''... except the [[InNameOnly fourth one]].

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The Monster Blood series in ''Literature/{{Goosebumps}}''...series.. except the [[InNameOnly fourth one]].



** The Blob That Ate Everyone definitely falls into this category as well. Averted in the TV episode adaptation, since it's much smaller.

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** The Blob That Ate Everyone definitely falls into this category as well. Averted in [[Series/{{Goosebumps}} the TV episode adaptation, adaptation]], since it's much smaller.



* In ''Literature/{{Shadowkeep}}'' we have [[spoiler: the Demon King Dal'Brad, described as being taller and heavier than a medium-sized medieval city.]]

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* In ''Literature/{{Shadowkeep}}'' we have [[spoiler: the Demon King Dal'Brad, described as being taller and heavier than a medium-sized medieval city.]]city]].



* ''Franchise/KamenRider''

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* ''Franchise/KamenRider''''Franchise/KamenRider'':



** Classic ''Who'' had "Robot" where TheBrigadier's attempt to use an experimental disintegration gun on the eponymous robot results in it growing to to gigantic size.

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** Classic ''Who'' had "Robot" where TheBrigadier's attempt to use an experimental disintegration gun on the eponymous robot results in it growing to to gigantic size.



* ''Series/TheElectricCompany1971'': [[TemptingFate Do not bother]] [[MakesSenseInContext this tiny person.]] Or he will send his [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin big]] brother after you!

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* ''Series/TheElectricCompany1971'': [[TemptingFate Do not bother]] [[MakesSenseInContext [[ItMakesSenseInContext this tiny person.]] Or he will send his [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin big]] brother after you!



** 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''

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** The Alien archetype has Cosmic Horror Gangi'el and Cosmic Fortress Gol'gar, monsters clearly based on [[HPLoveCraft [[Creator/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''



* A series tradition in ''Franchise/ResidentEvil'' is fighting creatures that became giant sized usually as a direct result of the T-Virus. So far, in order, the heroes have had to fight a snake as big as a bus, a great white straight out of ''Film/{{Jaws}}'', a spider [[GiantSpider big enough]] to crush a tank, [[NeverSmileAtACrocodile an alligator]] that can barely fit in the hallway you fight it in, a caterpillar that that can swallow a man whole, an earthworm that can swallow a man whole, another spider that can crush a tank, and a salamander so large it can drag a boat around. All of the Tyrant bosses meanwhile, are WasOnceAMan now anywhere from 8 to 10 feet tall with WolverineClaws. A standard enemy in most of the games are spiders big enough to tackle a person, and in ResidentEvil 3, mutant fleas bigger than Jill.
* The ''VideoGame/GodOfWarSeries'' absolutely loves this trope. The [[VideoGame/GodOfWar first game]] features, among its bosses, a Hydra so large it more or less takes up the entire level, a gigantic [[NinjaPirateZombieRobot robot/cyborg/Steampunk minotaur]], and Ares, who could probably wrestle Godzilla. [[VideoGame/GodOfWarII The sequel]] has Kratos get in on the act briefly, pulling a Godzilla-Of-War on Rhodes, and then fighting the Colossus of Rhodes while normal-sized. While Zeus is ''close'' to Kratos' size the time you fight him, he's still noticably larger than the already-abnormally-large Kratos. Titans, giant monsters, and oversize gods abound in the rest of the series.

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* A series tradition in ''Franchise/ResidentEvil'' is fighting creatures that became giant sized usually as a direct result of the T-Virus. So far, in order, the heroes have had to fight a snake as big as a bus, a great white straight out of ''Film/{{Jaws}}'', a spider [[GiantSpider big enough]] to crush a tank, [[NeverSmileAtACrocodile an alligator]] that can barely fit in the hallway you fight it in, a caterpillar that that can swallow a man whole, an earthworm that can swallow a man whole, another spider that can crush a tank, and a salamander so large it can drag a boat around. All of the Tyrant bosses meanwhile, are WasOnceAMan now anywhere from 8 to 10 feet tall with WolverineClaws. A standard enemy in most of the games are spiders big enough to tackle a person, and in ResidentEvil 3, ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil3Nemesis'', mutant fleas bigger than Jill.
* The ''VideoGame/GodOfWarSeries'' absolutely loves this trope. The [[VideoGame/GodOfWar first game]] features, among its bosses, a Hydra so large it more or less takes up the entire level, a gigantic [[NinjaPirateZombieRobot robot/cyborg/Steampunk minotaur]], and Ares, who could probably wrestle Godzilla. [[VideoGame/GodOfWarII The sequel]] has Kratos get in on the act briefly, pulling a Godzilla-Of-War on Rhodes, and then fighting the Colossus of Rhodes while normal-sized. While Zeus is ''close'' to Kratos' size the time you fight him, he's still noticably noticeably larger than the already-abnormally-large Kratos. Titans, giant monsters, and oversize gods abound in the rest of the series.



* ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog''

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* ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog''''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog'':



* ''Franchise/SuperMarioBros''

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* ''Franchise/SuperMarioBros'' ''Franchise/SuperMarioBros'':



* ''Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda''

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* ''Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda''''Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda'':



* ''Franchise/{{Disgaea}}''

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* ''Franchise/{{Disgaea}}''''Franchise/{{Disgaea}}'':



* ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros''

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* ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros''''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros'':



* ''Franchise/{{Metroid}}''

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* ''Franchise/{{Metroid}}''''Franchise/{{Metroid}}'':



* ''VideoGame/TheMatrixPathOfNeo'' [[spoiler: at the end of the game, which corresponds with the end of ''Matrix Revolutions'', two avatars of the Wachowski siblings themselves [[{{Narrator}} speak directly to the player]] and explain that, while the Martyr ending was OK for the movies and the story, it just wouldn't work that well for a videogame. So instead, all the Smiths get together and grab various bits of destroyed junk and debris, as well as a giant pair or sunglasses from an ad, and for a GIANT Smith.]]

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* ''VideoGame/TheMatrixPathOfNeo'' ''VideoGame/TheMatrixPathOfNeo''. [[spoiler: at At the end of the game, which corresponds with the end of ''Matrix Revolutions'', two avatars of the Wachowski siblings themselves [[{{Narrator}} speak directly to the player]] and explain that, while the Martyr ending was OK for the movies and the story, it just wouldn't work that well for a videogame. So instead, all the Smiths get together and grab various bits of destroyed junk and debris, as well as a giant pair or sunglasses from an ad, and for a GIANT Smith.]]



** ''Cataclysm'' is bringing in Whale Sharks and [[spoiler: Neltharion himself, who is FREAKING HUGE!]]

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** ''Cataclysm'' is bringing in Whale Sharks and [[spoiler: Neltharion himself, who is FREAKING HUGE!]]HUGE]]!



* The ''VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcom'' games feature a good number of these as bosses. Starting with [[Characters/XMenVillains Apocalypse]] in ''VideoGame/XMenVsStreetFighter'' and going [[UpToEleven all the way to eleven]] in ''VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcom3'' with ComicBook/{{Galactus}} HIMSELF as the boss.

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* The ''VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcom'' games feature a good number of these as bosses. Starting with [[Characters/XMenVillains Apocalypse]] ComicBook/{{Apocalypse}} in ''VideoGame/XMenVsStreetFighter'' and going [[UpToEleven all the way to eleven]] in ''VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcom3'' with ComicBook/{{Galactus}} HIMSELF as the boss.



* ''VideoGame/ShinMegamiTenseiIV'' gives the ultimate DLC challenge against [[spoiler: Tokyo local protector deity Masakado. While in other games is a normal sized human, in this case is a being so giant that skyscrapers protrude from his shoulders, his hands are giant roots ripped from the earth, his waist is connected to the ground via magma, and is so big that he could be measured in kilometers. He can completely cover the whole city of Tokyo (creating the Firmament) and also host a complete medieval society on his very back (several villages, a big lake and fortified city with several protective rings, huge castle included). His inner body includes Naraku, a giant maze cave which is home to several demons connected to the freaking Sky Tower that links both Tokyo and Mikado. Did I mention he is also strong enough to tank a last-gen nuke? You actually can't beat him in the game, you have to calm him down in ten minutes (ten turns in game) so he can tank said Nuke before it turns Tokyo into Blasted Tokyo. [[http://img4.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20130710192505/megamitensei/images/7/78/Masakado_Complete_Form_SMTIV.png/ A pic ]] for reference.]]

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* ''VideoGame/ShinMegamiTenseiIV'' gives the ultimate DLC challenge against [[spoiler: Tokyo local protector deity Masakado. While in other games is a normal sized human, in this case is a being so giant that skyscrapers protrude from his shoulders, his hands are giant roots ripped from the earth, his waist is connected to the ground via magma, and is so big that he could be measured in kilometers. He can completely cover the whole city of Tokyo (creating the Firmament) and also host a complete medieval society on his very back (several villages, a big lake and fortified city with several protective rings, huge castle included). His inner body includes Naraku, a giant maze cave which is home to several demons connected to the freaking Sky Tower that links both Tokyo and Mikado. Did I mention he is also strong enough to tank a last-gen nuke? You actually can't beat him in the game, you have to calm him down in ten minutes (ten turns in game) so he can tank said Nuke before it turns Tokyo into Blasted Tokyo. [[http://img4.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20130710192505/megamitensei/images/7/78/Masakado_Complete_Form_SMTIV.png/ A pic ]] for reference.]]reference]].



* In his review of ''Neutro'', [[WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall Linkara]] is attacked by the giant robot, then makes himself giant by pulling out [[MythologyGag a quarter]] and intoning "[[MakeMyMonsterGrow Magic Coin, make my me grow!]] [[FridgeLogic ...Wait..]]"
** He later uses Neutro against a giant Mechakara.

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* In his review of ''Neutro'', ''ComicBook/{{Neutro}}'', [[WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall Linkara]] is attacked by the giant robot, then makes himself giant by pulling out [[MythologyGag a quarter]] and intoning "[[MakeMyMonsterGrow Magic Coin, make my me grow!]] [[FridgeLogic ...Wait..]]"
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]]" He later uses Neutro against a giant Mechakara.



* A couple of episodes of LaLinea has the titular character confronted by one, only its foot being visible next to the one-line protagonist!

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* A couple of episodes of LaLinea ''WesternAnimation/LaLinea'' has the titular character confronted by one, only its foot being visible next to the one-line protagonist!



* In ''WesternAnimation/MuppetBabies'', the gang are pretending to have a magic lamp and take turns making wishes. Gonzo wishes he had a "great, big kiss from Piggy", but what he gets is a kiss from a ''great, big Piggy''.

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* ''WesternAnimation/MuppetBabies''
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In ''WesternAnimation/MuppetBabies'', one episode, the gang are pretending to have a magic lamp and take turns making wishes. Gonzo wishes he had a "great, big kiss from Piggy", but what he gets is a kiss from a ''great, big Piggy''.



* One episode of ''WesternAnimation/RockosModernLife'' had Rocko's tooth mutate into a giant monster.

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One episode of ''WesternAnimation/RockosModernLife'' had Rocko's tooth mutate into a giant monster.



* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' had Homer turn into a gigantic, carnivorous blob as part of one Halloween episode. In the same episode, we see a 50-foot Lenny bemoaning that everyone's paying attention to Homer - except for [[{{Invisibility}} Invisible Carl]].
** Before that it was done in a Treehouse Of Horror comic titled Sideshow Blob; Sideshow Bob become a rampaging blob monster after being injected with a serum.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' had ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'':
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Homer turn turned into a gigantic, carnivorous blob as part of one Halloween episode. In the same episode, we see a 50-foot Lenny bemoaning that everyone's paying attention to Homer - except for [[{{Invisibility}} Invisible Carl]].
** Before that it was done in a Treehouse Of of Horror comic titled Sideshow Blob; Sideshow Bob become a rampaging blob monster after being injected with a serum.



* ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark''

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* ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'':



** And most recently Cthulhu.

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** And most recently Cthulhu.



** In the same show,exposure to a meteor from space turned April's HollywoodNerd work-mate Irma into a giant in the episode "Attack of the 50 Foot Irma".

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** In the same show,exposure show, exposure to a meteor from space turned April's HollywoodNerd work-mate Irma into a giant in the episode "Attack of the 50 Foot Irma".
14th Dec '17 6:20:11 PM HeroGal2347
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* An episode of ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales1987'' was called "Attack of the 50-Foot Webby."

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episode of ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales1987'' was called "Attack of the 50-Foot Webby.""
** "[[Recap/DuckTalesADuckTalesValentine A DuckTales Valentine]]": The towering Vulcan shows up to attack Scrooge toward the end of the episode.
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.
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* Every boss except the final episode in ''VideoGame/ShawsNightmare.'' They are huge compared to the tiny protagonist.
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