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25th Jun '16 11:50:09 PM HelloLamppost
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* In ''ComicBook/{{SHIELD}} Infinity'', the [[WeaponisedLandmark Colossus of Rhodes]] was a Humongous Mecha, piloted by Archimedes to battle a Kree Sentry.

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* [[Comicbook/CaptainMarVell The Kree]] employ an army of smallish but insanely tough Humongous Mecha called Sentries [[Comicbook/TheSentry (no relation).]]
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In ''ComicBook/{{SHIELD}} Infinity'', the [[WeaponisedLandmark Colossus of Rhodes]] was a Humongous Mecha, piloted by Archimedes to battle a Kree Sentry.



* [[Comicbook/CaptainMarVell The Kree]] employ an army of smallish but insanely tough Humongous Mecha called Sentries. [[Comicbook/TheSentry (no relation)
25th Jun '16 11:48:53 PM HelloLamppost
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* Comicbook/DeathsHead started out as this before getting shrunk, and has returned to his big size these days.
* [[Comicbook/CaptainMarVell The Kree]] employ an army of smallish but insanely tough Humongous Mecha called Sentries. [[Comicbook/TheSentry (no relation)
25th Jun '16 11:45:14 PM HelloLamppost
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* Comicbook/TheIncredibleHulk's enemy the Leader once built a tripod-shaped mech called the Murder Module.
25th Jun '16 11:39:42 PM HelloLamppost
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* ''WesternAnimation/ChallengeOfTheGoBots''

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* ''WesternAnimation/ChallengeOfTheGoBots''''WesternAnimation/ChallengeOfTheGoBots'' has both the [=GoBots=] themselves, and the Guardians' command center spaceships which can transform into gigantic [[Franchise/StarWars AT-AT]]-like piloted mecha.
25th Jun '16 11:34:02 PM HelloLamppost
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** The Mystara setting has Meks, which are unapologetically giant mecha, built by some long-vanished insectoid race.
25th Jun '16 8:03:49 AM Kuruni
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* In the short cartoon ''WesternAnimation/DCSuperFriends'', SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker gets one.

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* In the short cartoon ''WesternAnimation/DCSuperFriends'', SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker The Joker gets one.
25th Jun '16 1:26:11 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''MightyOrbots''.

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* ''MightyOrbots''.''WesternAnimation/MightyOrbots''.



* In the short cartoon ''DCSuperFriends'', SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker gets one.
* ''SushiPack'': Kani built one out of [[BambooTechnology bamboo]], but since the Pack are bite-sized themselves, it's only as big as a normal human.

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* In the short cartoon ''DCSuperFriends'', ''WesternAnimation/DCSuperFriends'', SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker gets one.
* ''SushiPack'': ''WesternAnimation/SushiPack'': Kani built one out of [[BambooTechnology bamboo]], but since the Pack are bite-sized themselves, it's only as big as a normal human.
23rd Jun '16 5:38:35 AM Quanyails
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* ''VisualNovel/RoboticsNotes'' is a very unique reconstruction. While the opening features many mechas that look like they belong in a SuperRobotGenre anime, the series focuses on a club of students living TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture as they work together to build a HumongousMecha of their own. Aside from the comic relief moments and the {{Otaku}} shut-in, the characters don't feel like mecha anime characters, but ordinary people. The anime also feels much more like a SliceOfLife. However, this being by the same people who brought us VisualNovel/SteinsGate, a darker conspiracy soon comes to light and our group of protagonists are pulled into the mix when [[spoiler: it becomes clear that the world's leader in robotics is planning on causing a global disaster and wiping out more than half of the human race. Now it's up to them to quickly complete their mecha and save the world.]]

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* ''VisualNovel/RoboticsNotes'' is a very unique reconstruction. While the opening features many mechas that look like they belong in a SuperRobotGenre anime, the series focuses on a club of students living TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture as they work together to build a HumongousMecha of their own. Aside from the comic relief moments and the {{Otaku}} shut-in, the characters don't feel like mecha anime characters, but ordinary people. The anime also feels much more like a SliceOfLife. However, this being by the same people who brought us VisualNovel/SteinsGate, ''VisualNovel/SteinsGate'', a darker conspiracy soon comes to light and our group of protagonists are pulled into the mix when [[spoiler: it becomes clear that the world's leader in robotics is planning on causing a global disaster and wiping out more than half of the human race. Now it's up to them to quickly complete their mecha and save the world.]]
19th Jun '16 12:51:59 AM Kuruni
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* ''Anime/{{Patlabor}}'' is likely the most feasible Humongous Mecha anime, featuring short, non-combat robots used for civilian purposes such as construction. The only combat robots belong to the protagonists, the police, who prevent mecha-related crimes and the military, like the Japanese Self-Defense Force. Oh, and PrivateMilitaryContractors like Schaft Enterprises, but HilarityEnsues whenever they attempt a scheme, as most people can't do much with even a SuperPrototype robot even if they [[FallingIntoTheCockpit find themselves piloting one]]. Their first attempt to pit one of their military prototypes against the police's Ingram in pursuit of combat data was ridiculously stupid, as the only people they could find willing to do such a ridiculously stupid thing were some deadbeat stoner BombThrowingAnarchists - who fled the scene once they ''realized'' how ridiculously stupid the whole thing was.

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* ''Anime/{{Patlabor}}'' is likely the most feasible Humongous Mecha anime, featuring short, non-combat robots used for civilian purposes such as construction. The only combat robots belong to the protagonists, the police, who prevent mecha-related crimes and the military, like the Japanese Self-Defense Force. Oh, and PrivateMilitaryContractors like Schaft Enterprises, but HilarityEnsues whenever they attempt a scheme, as most people can't do much with even a SuperPrototype robot even if they [[FallingIntoTheCockpit find themselves piloting one]]. Their first attempt to pit one of their military prototypes against the police's Ingram in pursuit of combat data was ridiculously stupid, as the only people they could find willing to do such a ridiculously stupid thing were some deadbeat stoner BombThrowingAnarchists - who fled the scene once they ''realized'' how ridiculously stupid the whole thing was.
18th Jun '16 8:40:27 PM Kalaong
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* ''Anime/{{Patlabor}}'' is likely the most feasible Humongous Mecha anime, featuring short, non-combat robots used for civilian purposes such as construction. The only combat robots belong to the protagonists, the police, who prevent mecha-related crimes and the military, like the Japanese Self-Defense Force.

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* ''Anime/{{Patlabor}}'' is likely the most feasible Humongous Mecha anime, featuring short, non-combat robots used for civilian purposes such as construction. The only combat robots belong to the protagonists, the police, who prevent mecha-related crimes and the military, like the Japanese Self-Defense Force. Oh, and PrivateMilitaryContractors like Schaft Enterprises, but HilarityEnsues whenever they attempt a scheme, as most people can't do much with even a SuperPrototype robot even if they [[FallingIntoTheCockpit find themselves piloting one]]. Their first attempt to pit one of their military prototypes against the police's Ingram in pursuit of combat data was ridiculously stupid, as the only people they could find willing to do such a ridiculously stupid thing were some deadbeat stoner BombThrowingAnarchists - who fled the scene once they ''realized'' how ridiculously stupid the whole thing was.
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