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14th Nov '17 6:03:10 PM PistolsAtDawn
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* The Grandmaster in ''Film/ThorRagnarok'' projects his entire body standing over his city, as tall as a skyscraper. Hilariously, he still talks in a normal, overly casual voice while addressing the city this way.
23rd Sep '17 3:47:03 AM zequeins
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* ''Film/{{Megamind}}'' does this in the climax, though in his case it's formed from his tiny robot minions instead of hologram. And he uses it to make a point that supervillainy isn't just about deeds, it's about '''[[EvilIsHammy PRESENTATION!!]]'''
3rd Apr '17 1:47:12 AM PaulA
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* ''Literature/TheWizardOfOz'': The Wizard takes this form when speaking to Dorothy. The others, though, are treated to different illusions.

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* ''Literature/TheWizardOfOz'': ''Literature/TheWonderfulWizardOfOz'': The Wizard takes this form when speaking to Dorothy. The others, though, are treated to different illusions.
16th Mar '17 11:42:38 AM StClair
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* In the Australian satire ''Go to Hell!'' (1997) by Ray Nowland, [[AncientAstronauts G.D.]] uses this to convince the primitive Earthlings [[GodGuise that he is a God]]. They get less impressed over the centuries, so he has to resort to more physical interventions, like giving King Ramses II a nuclear reactor. Eventually G.D's rebellious son Red (who bares a physical resemblance to Satan) nicks the reactor and uses its holographic projector for more mundane purposes, like scaring away bandits from the Israelites or FlippingTheBird to G.D.

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* In the Australian satire ''Go to Hell!'' (1997) by Ray Nowland, [[AncientAstronauts G.D.]] uses this to convince the primitive Earthlings [[GodGuise that he is a God]]. They get less impressed over the centuries, so he has to resort to more physical interventions, like giving King Ramses II a nuclear reactor. Eventually G.D's rebellious son Red (who bares bears a physical resemblance to Satan) nicks the reactor and uses its holographic projector for more mundane purposes, like scaring away bandits from the Israelites or FlippingTheBird to G.D.
14th Feb '17 9:11:02 PM DastardlyDemolition
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* Doctor Breen in ''VideoGame/HalfLife2''.

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* Doctor Breen in ''VideoGame/HalfLife2''.''VideoGame/HalfLife2'' has his "Breencasts" to broadcast messages around City 17. The Rebellion pull down one to shut it up in ''Follow Freeman''.
28th Jan '17 3:55:00 AM JackG
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* In the Australian satire ''Go to Hell!'' (1997) by Ray Nowland, AncientAstronauts G.D. uses this to convice the primitive Earthlings that he is a God. They get less impressed over the centuries, so he has to resort to more physical interventions, like giving King Ramses II a nuclear reactor. Eventually G.D's rebellious son Red (who bares a physical resemblence to Satan) nicks the reactor and uses its holographic projector for more mundane purposes, like scaring away bandits from the Israelites or FlippingTheBird to G.D.

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* In the Australian satire ''Go to Hell!'' (1997) by Ray Nowland, AncientAstronauts [[AncientAstronauts G.D. ]] uses this to convice convince the primitive Earthlings [[GodGuise that he is a God.God]]. They get less impressed over the centuries, so he has to resort to more physical interventions, like giving King Ramses II a nuclear reactor. Eventually G.D's rebellious son Red (who bares a physical resemblence resemblance to Satan) nicks the reactor and uses its holographic projector for more mundane purposes, like scaring away bandits from the Israelites or FlippingTheBird to G.D.
25th Oct '16 7:29:53 AM jakobitis
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** ''[[Literature/XWingSeries Wraith Squadron]]'' has Warlord Zsinj use an oversized holo of himself to talk to an admiral, who adjusts the size downward, saying that he's getting a crick in his neck.

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** ''[[Literature/XWingSeries Wraith Squadron]]'' has Warlord Zsinj use an oversized holo of himself to talk to an admiral, who adjusts the size downward, saying that he's getting a crick in his neck.neck, although [[ObfuscatingStupidity Zsinj is not the bombastic, hammy type he appears as.]]
16th Sep '16 6:44:29 PM Elfkaiser
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* In his boss fight in "The Algorithm" mission, the giant robot body of ISIC from ''VideoGame/{{Battleborn}}'' has his holographic skull in a huge [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Light-emitting_diode LED-like]] glass container in an OracularHead-like fashion akin to the preserved heads from ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}''. As such, his holographic skull is huge. During the last phase of the boss fight, his robot body implodes and he's reduced to to simply a huge holographic head.
23rd Jul '16 12:46:10 PM nombretomado
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* BigBrother in ''Literature/NineteenEightyFour''.

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* BigBrother [[ShadowDictator Big Brother]] in ''Literature/NineteenEightyFour''.
11th Feb '16 11:09:06 PM BucketBomber
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->'''Eon''': "And what's up with the giant head ? It looks ridiculous!"

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->'''Eon''': "And what's up with the giant head ? what happened to your head? It looks ridiculous!"
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