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24th Mar '17 9:56:43 PM Dravencour
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* ''Manga/AttackOnTitan'' features the people-eating humanoid giants called "Titans", which humanity has to fight either with highly specialized combat gear, or with [[spoiler:a Titan of their own who can transform from a human]]. The Colossal Titan in particular, being 60 meters tall, intelligent and with the ability to teleport, definitely qualifies.

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* ''Manga/AttackOnTitan'' features the people-eating humanoid giants called "Titans", which humanity has to fight either with highly specialized combat gear, gear that allows them to maneuver in three dimensions and [[AchillesHeel slash the napes of their necks]], or with [[spoiler:a Titan of their own who can transform from a human]]. The Colossal Titan in particular, being 60 meters tall, intelligent and with the ability to teleport, definitely qualifies.
24th Mar '17 9:54:54 PM Dravencour
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* The humanoid giants dubbed "Titans" from ''Manga/AttackOnTitan''. The Colossal Titan, being 60 meters tall, intelligent and with the ability to teleport, definitely qualifies.

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* The ''Manga/AttackOnTitan'' features the people-eating humanoid giants dubbed "Titans" called "Titans", which humanity has to fight either with highly specialized combat gear, or with [[spoiler:a Titan of their own who can transform from ''Manga/AttackOnTitan''. a human]]. The Colossal Titan, Titan in particular, being 60 meters tall, intelligent and with the ability to teleport, definitely qualifies.
24th Mar '17 9:02:51 PM MetaBuu
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** The fourth book, ''Project Hyperion'', gives us two new kaiju, called Lovecraft and Giger, due to respectfully resembling [[Literature/CthulhuMythos Cthulhu]] and a [[Film/{{Alien}} Xenomorph]].

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** The fourth book, ''Project Hyperion'', gives us two new kaiju, called Lovecraft and Giger, due to respectfully respectively resembling [[Literature/CthulhuMythos Cthulhu]] and a [[Film/{{Alien}} Xenomorph]].
12th Mar '17 9:44:17 PM merotoker
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* [[http://marvel.wikia.com/wiki/Fin_Fang_Foom_(Earth-616) Fin Fang Foom]] of Creator/MarvelComics, a giant Chinese dragon. DependingOnTheWriter, he's usually said to be an alien, a member of the race who invented the [[Comicbook/IronMan Mandarin's]] power rings. Foom is a holdover from when Marvel published monster comics as a major source of revenue. Today, Marvel's [[Comicbook/FantasticFour Monster Island]] houses lots of [[Creator/JackKirby Kirby]]-designed and inspired Kaiju. Some others who show up in modern continuity are [[Comicbook/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy the tree-like alien Groot]] and the lovable giant ape-monster Gorgilla. Big Hero 6 and other Japanese superhero teams within the Marvel universe apparently spend a lot of time defending cities from giant monsters.

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* [[http://marvel.wikia.com/wiki/Fin_Fang_Foom_(Earth-616) Fin Fang Foom]] of Creator/MarvelComics, a giant Chinese dragon. DependingOnTheWriter, he's usually said to be an alien, a member of the race who invented the [[Comicbook/IronMan Mandarin's]] power rings. Foom is a holdover from when Marvel published monster comics as a major source of revenue. Today, Marvel's [[Comicbook/FantasticFour Monster Island]] houses lots of [[Creator/JackKirby Kirby]]-designed and inspired Kaiju. Some others who show up in modern continuity are [[Comicbook/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy the tree-like alien Groot]] and the lovable giant ape-monster Gorgilla. [[http://marvel.wikia.com/wiki/Gorgilla_(Earth-616) Gorgilla]]. Big Hero 6 and other Japanese superhero teams within the Marvel universe Franchise/MarvelUniverse apparently spend a lot of time defending cities from giant monsters.



* Discovery Channel aired a doufiction story entitled ''Film/AlienPlanet'', loosely based on Creator/WayneBarlowe's ''Literature/{{Expedition}}''. One of the freaky beasties we see is the Emperor Sea Strider, a creature dwelling in the Amoebic Sea that stands ''620 feet tall--that's as high as London's BT tower''.

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* Discovery Channel Creator/DiscoveryChannel aired a doufiction story entitled ''Film/AlienPlanet'', loosely based on Creator/WayneBarlowe's ''Literature/{{Expedition}}''. One of the freaky beasties we see is the Emperor Sea Strider, a creature dwelling in the Amoebic Sea that stands ''620 feet tall--that's as high as London's BT tower''.



** In ''Fanfic/PersonaEG'', a few Personas qualify: the Ultimate Personas for [[spoiler: Chariot and Tower]] ''are'' [[spoiler: Franchise/{{Gamera}} (80m length) and [[Franchise/{{Godzilla}} Gojira]] ([[Film/{{Godzilla|2014}} 168m),]]]] while [[spoiler: Sonata's Rainbow Persona, Leviathan, consists of a Persona sized mermaid and a colossal sea serpent a hundred meters long.]]

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** In ''Fanfic/PersonaEG'', a few Personas qualify: the Ultimate Personas for [[spoiler: Chariot and Tower]] ''are'' [[spoiler: Franchise/{{Gamera}} (80m length) and [[Franchise/{{Godzilla}} Gojira]] ([[Film/{{Godzilla|2014}} 168m),]]]] while [[spoiler: Sonata's Rainbow Persona, Leviathan, consists of a Persona sized mermaid and a colossal sea serpent a hundred meters long.]]long]].



* ''Fanfic/ShinnenNewYear'': Godzilla, King Ghidorah, and Mothra makes an appearance. The Kaijus from Film/PacificRim also make appearances by siding with Da'ath.

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* ''Fanfic/ShinnenNewYear'': Godzilla, King Ghidorah, and Mothra makes an appearance. The Kaijus from Film/PacificRim ''Film/PacificRim'' also make appearances by siding with Da'ath.



* ''Film/{{Gorgo}}'' counts too, but he gets [[DistressBall captured]] and held by those [[HumansAreTheRealMonsters damn humans]]...then his much larger, angrier mother appears.

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* ''Film/{{Gorgo}}'' Film/{{Gorgo}} counts too, but he gets [[DistressBall captured]] and held by those [[HumansAreTheRealMonsters damn humans]]...then his much larger, angrier mother appears.



* ''[[Literature/{{Goosebumps}} Monster Blood]]'''s title substance typically [[AttackOfThe50FootWhatever makes things grow to giant size]], but the second book took it a step further when the climax involved the protagonist eating monster blood to fight a giant hamster eating his school. True to kaiju form, this involves a giant wrestling match.

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* ''[[Literature/{{Goosebumps}} ''Literature/{{Goosebumps}}'': [[AppliedPhlebotinum Monster Blood]]'''s title substance Blood]] typically [[AttackOfThe50FootWhatever makes things grow to giant size]], but the second book took it a step further when the climax involved the protagonist eating monster blood to fight a giant hamster eating his school. True to kaiju form, this involves a giant wrestling match.



* ''Literature/TheStormlightArchive'': "Greatshells" are arthropods of varying size. Most of the largest ones are gone by the start of the story, as their [[GemHeart gemhearts]] are so valuable that they are inevitably hunted to extinction. A large part of the first two books revolves around the chasmfiends, beasts the size of skyscrapers that come to the Shattered Plains to pupate. The Alethi originally came to the Plains to fight the Parshendi for killing their king, but the war soon turned into an elaborate game where highprinces raced each other for the gemhearts. Then there are the tai-na of the Reshi isles, which are greatshells large enough to be mistaken for ''islands'' when they're not moving. Not small islands, either. They have full forests growing on their backs.

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* ''Literature/TheStormlightArchive'': "Greatshells" are arthropods of varying size. Most of the largest ones are gone by the start of the story, as their [[GemHeart gemhearts]] {{gemheart}}s are so valuable that they are inevitably hunted to extinction. A large part of the first two books revolves around the chasmfiends, beasts the size of skyscrapers that come to the Shattered Plains to pupate. The Alethi originally came to the Plains to fight the Parshendi for killing their king, but the war soon turned into an elaborate game where highprinces raced each other for the gemhearts. Then there are the tai-na of the Reshi isles, which are greatshells large enough to be mistaken for ''islands'' when they're not moving. Not small islands, either. They have full forests growing on their backs.



* The standard MonsterOfTheWeek of the ''[[Franchise/UltraSeries Ultraman]]'' franchise. Other times it was an alien invader with the power to turn kaiju-sized. The Ultramen themselves could count too. It's probably among the most iconic television example of giant monsters battles.

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* The standard MonsterOfTheWeek of the ''[[Franchise/UltraSeries Ultraman]]'' franchise. Other times it was an alien invader with the power to turn kaiju-sized. The Ultramen themselves could count too. It's probably among the most iconic television example examples of giant monsters battles.



* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KL3ccJDplzs This]] memorable GARMIN commercial from the superbowl.

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* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KL3ccJDplzs This]] memorable GARMIN commercial from the superbowl.Super Bowl.



* From Abrahamic traditions and ''Literature/TheBible'', there are the lords of the animals: Leviathan, Behemoth, and Ziz. One's a giant aquatic dragon, the other an immense beast with a massive tail, and the last a giant bird. Another one is mentioned in the ''Golden Legend'' in the tale of Saint Martha. The tarasque[[note]]If that name seems familiar because of ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'', that's because this is where they got the creature from.[[/note]] was a massive dragon with a [[MixAndMatchCritter turtle's shell, six legs, the head of a beast and a stingered tail]]. It devastated the landscape, destroying everything in its path. The king sent out his knights to slay the tarasque with swords and spears and even catapults, but nothing would damage the beast. At last, Saint Martha was sent out to the tarasque, and she tamed the tarasque with hymns and prayers, saving the countryside. She led back the tamed Tarasque to the city. The people, terrified by the monster, attacked it when it drew nigh. The monster offered no resistance and died there. Martha then preached to the people and converted many of them to Christianity. Sorry for what they had done to the tamed monster, the newly Christianized townspeople changed the town's name to Tarascon.

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* From Abrahamic traditions and ''Literature/TheBible'', there are the lords of the animals: Leviathan, Behemoth, and Ziz. One's a giant aquatic dragon, the other an immense beast with a massive tail, and the last a giant bird. Another one is mentioned in the ''Golden Legend'' in the tale of Saint Martha. The tarasque[[note]]If that name seems familiar because of ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'', that's because this is where they got the creature from.[[/note]] was a massive dragon with a [[MixAndMatchCritter [[MixAndMatchCritters turtle's shell, six legs, the head of a beast and a stingered tail]]. It devastated the landscape, destroying everything in its path. The king sent out his knights to slay the tarasque with swords and spears and even catapults, but nothing would damage the beast. At last, Saint Martha was sent out to the tarasque, and she tamed the tarasque with hymns and prayers, saving the countryside. She led back the tamed Tarasque to the city. The people, terrified by the monster, attacked it when it drew nigh. The monster offered no resistance and died there. Martha then preached to the people and converted many of them to Christianity. Sorry for what they had done to the tamed monster, the newly Christianized townspeople changed the town's name to Tarascon.



* A giant green horned lizard is seen battling a giant ape on the backglass of {{Atari}}'s ''Pinball/MiddleEarth'' pinball.

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* A giant green horned lizard is seen battling a giant ape on the backglass of {{Atari}}'s Creator/{{Atari}}'s ''Pinball/MiddleEarth'' pinball.



** Tahtorak, Kanohi Dragon and Zivon too. And yes, some of them did clash and wreck cities at various times. You may also count the Ancient Sea Behemoth and the Kraawa, the latter of which is a SizeShifter beast with no known size-limitations.
** Hero Factory, Bionicle's successor, has come out with the Film/PacificRim -inspired [[BeneathTheEarth "Invasion From Below"]] storyline, which involves giant kaiju-themed beasts that, among other things, rip out streetlights and communications antennas and rampage around the city.

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** Tahtorak, Kanohi Dragon and Zivon too. And yes, some of them did clash and wreck cities at various times. You may also count the Ancient Sea Behemoth and the Kraawa, the latter of which is a SizeShifter {{sizeshifter}} beast with no known size-limitations.
** Hero Factory, Bionicle's successor, has come out with the Film/PacificRim ''Film/PacificRim'' -inspired [[BeneathTheEarth "Invasion From Below"]] storyline, which involves giant kaiju-themed beasts that, among other things, rip out streetlights and communications antennas and rampage around the city.



* An upcoming PC game called ''[[VideoGame/KaijuCombat Colossal Kaiju Combat]]''. [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin This is self-explanatory.]]

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* An upcoming PC game called ''[[VideoGame/KaijuCombat Colossal Kaiju Combat]]''.''VideoGame/ColossalKaijuCombat''. [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin This is self-explanatory.]]



* [[Franchise/SuperMarioBros Bowser]], in many of the later games, has the ability to turn into Giant Bowser/Giga Bowser, becoming a full-stop kaiju. In this case, he resembles a more evil version of Gamera.

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* [[Franchise/SuperMarioBros Bowser]], ''Franchise/SuperMarioBros'': Bowser, in many of the later games, has the ability to turn into Giant Bowser/Giga Bowser, becoming a full-stop kaiju. In this case, he resembles a more evil version of Gamera.



* [[WesternAnimation/{{Metalocalypse}} Mustakrakish, the giant Finnish lake troll]]. No, not [[{{Troll}} THAT]] kind of giant troll.

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* [[WesternAnimation/{{Metalocalypse}} ''WesternAnimation/{{Metalocalypse}}'' has Mustakrakish, the giant Finnish lake troll]].troll. No, not [[{{Troll}} THAT]] kind of giant troll.



** "Adventures in Slime and Space": Slimer is turn giant and evil by one of Egon's experiment, taking Janine with him and climbing the Empire State Building.

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** "Adventures in Slime and Space": Slimer is turn giant and evil by one of Egon's experiment, experiments, [[KingKongClimb taking Janine with him and climbing the Empire State Building.]]



** "Poultrygeist": The Ghostbusters fight a giant chicken. ([[JumpTheShark Yes, the writing wasn't the best]] [[SeasonalRot on that season)]].

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** "Poultrygeist": The Ghostbusters fight a giant chicken. ([[JumpTheShark ([[JumpingTheShark Yes, the writing wasn't the best]] [[SeasonalRot on that season)]].
6th Mar '17 3:36:31 PM Wyldchyld
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* The NSFW game ''Corruptions of Champions'' has Venus the Turtle Woman, who is so large her shell is large enough to be mistaken as a small island. She grew so large due to the local demon factory dumping toxic waste in to the lake where she lives. Despite her imposing size, she's [[GentleGiant quite the softie.]] And being that kind of game, [[FetishFuel you can have sex with her]], well as close to sex as you can with someone her size.

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* The NSFW game ''Corruptions of Champions'' has Venus the Turtle Woman, who is so large her shell is large enough to be mistaken as a small island. She grew so large due to the local demon factory dumping toxic waste in to the lake where she lives. Despite her imposing size, she's [[GentleGiant quite the softie.]] And being that kind of game, [[FetishFuel you can have sex with her]], her, well as close to sex as you can with someone her size.
4th Mar '17 10:40:39 AM MagnusForce
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* IDW has been publishing ''Godzilla'' comics since 2010. Unlike other companies before them, they also have the rights to most of his supporting cast.

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* IDW Creator/IDWPublishing has been publishing ''Godzilla'' comics since 2010. Unlike other companies before them, they also have the rights to most of his supporting cast.



* Film/{{Dogora}} features a giant space jellyfish as the titular kaiju.
* Film/{{Gorgo}} counts too, but he gets [[DistressBall captured]] and held by those [[HumansAreTheRealMonsters damn humans]]...then his much larger, angrier mother appears.

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* Film/{{Dogora}} ''Film/{{Dogora}}'' features a giant space jellyfish as the titular kaiju.
* Film/{{Gorgo}} ''Film/{{Gorgo}}'' counts too, but he gets [[DistressBall captured]] and held by those [[HumansAreTheRealMonsters damn humans]]...then his much larger, angrier mother appears.



** An even bigger Kong also has a couple of movies in the Toho lineup, one where he faces Godzilla, and ''[[Film/{{KingKongEscapes}} King Kong Escapes]]'', which not only features Kong, but also [[EverythingsBetterWithDinosaurs Gorosaurus (a kaiju sized dinosaur that latter joins Godzilla's crew)]], [[HumongousMecha Mechani-Kong]], and a [[AttackOfThe50FootWhatever giant snake]].

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** An even bigger Kong also has a couple of movies in the Toho lineup, one where he faces Godzilla, and ''[[Film/{{KingKongEscapes}} King Kong Escapes]]'', which not only features Kong, but also [[EverythingsBetterWithDinosaurs Gorosaurus (a kaiju sized kaiju-sized dinosaur that latter joins Godzilla's crew)]], [[HumongousMecha Mechani-Kong]], and a [[AttackOfThe50FootWhatever giant snake]].snake]].
** ''Film/KongSkullIsland'''s King Kong is the largest version since the Japanese one at 100 feet tall [[spoiler:and because he's just a teenager, he's ''still growing'']]. Of course, he's not the only giant monster living on Skull Island in the film...



* The Ymir from ''20 Million Miles to Earth'' just scrapes in as it constantly grows as it remains on earth.

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* The Ymir from ''20 Million Miles to Earth'' ''Film/TwentyMillionMilesToEarth'' just scrapes in as it constantly grows as it remains on earth.






* ''Wrestling/KaijuBigBattel'' is one giant ProfessionalWrestling-based parody of this.
* The standard MonsterOfTheWeek of the ''[[Franchise/UltraSeries Ultraman]]'' franchise. Other times it was an alien invader with the power to turn kaiju-sized. The Ultramen themselves could count too. It's probably the most iconic television example of giant monsters battles.

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* ''Wrestling/KaijuBigBattel'' is one giant ProfessionalWrestling-based parody of this.
* The standard MonsterOfTheWeek of the ''[[Franchise/UltraSeries Ultraman]]'' franchise. Other times it was an alien invader with the power to turn kaiju-sized. The Ultramen themselves could count too. It's probably among the most iconic television example of giant monsters battles.



** ''Series/ZoneFighter'' from Creator/{{Toho}}, which is notable for having Godzilla as a recurring ally and King Ghidorah and Gigan as the MonsterOfTheWeek in three episodes.

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** ''Series/ZoneFighter'' from Creator/{{Toho}}, which is notable for having Godzilla as a recurring ally of the title hero and King Ghidorah and Gigan as the MonsterOfTheWeek in three episodes.



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* The Kardas Dragon, Tahtorak, Kanohi Dragon and Zivon from ''Toys/{{Bionicle}}''. Fittingly, the Kardas is one of the largest sets released, while the Zivon is a combiner model made up of six sets (the other two are [[ContestWinnerCameo fan-built models]]). And yes, some of them did clash and wreck cities at various times. You may also count the Ancient Sea Behemoth and the Kraawa, the latter of which is a SizeShifter beast with no known size-limitations.
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* The roc/rukh of ''Arabian Nights'' fame. What else do you call a bird of prey that can carry off elephants and produce an egg big enough to be mistaken for an unusual building.



* The large majority of Wrestling/KaijuBigBattel's roster. The angle here being the promotion is actually a device to contain giant monsters whose grudge matches would otherwise destroy the world. Locals are allowed to view what happens inside, for a reasonable price.[[/folder]]

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* The large majority of Wrestling/KaijuBigBattel's roster. The angle here being the promotion is actually a device to contain giant monsters whose grudge matches would otherwise destroy the world. Locals are allowed to view what happens inside, for a reasonable price.price.
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** The original ''Oriental Adventures'' supplement introduced a number of creatures called "Gargantuas" that were {{Captain Ersatz}}s of Godzilla, King Kong, and Mothra.

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** The original ''Oriental Adventures'' supplement introduced a number of creatures called "Gargantuas" that were {{Captain Ersatz}}s Ersatz}}es of Godzilla, King Kong, and Mothra.



** The game includes actual Kaiju in Bestiary 4. These include Agyra, a two-headed pterosaur with lightning powers, Bezravnis, a fiery three-tailed scorpion, Agmazar, an undead alien bioweapon, Lord Varklops, a King Gidorah {{Expy}}, and King Mogaru, a NotZilla [[note]] and some undescribed ones like Cimurlian the Great Bear, Ebeshra the Winged Razor, Igroon the Dragon Eater , Mantraska the World Talons, Shbloon the Vortex Maw, Queen Vorgozen the Shapeless Feeder, Yarthoon the Moon Grub, Yorak the Horned Thunder, and Zimivra the Endless Coils.[[/note]]. They also have [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast grand-sounding titles]] like the Forever Storm, the Inferno Below, the Star Titan, the Thrice-Headed Fiend, or the Final King.

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** The game includes actual Kaiju in Bestiary 4. These include Agyra, a two-headed pterosaur with lightning powers, Bezravnis, a fiery three-tailed scorpion, Agmazar, an undead alien bioweapon, Lord Varklops, a King Gidorah {{Expy}}, and King Mogaru, a NotZilla [[note]] and some undescribed unstatted ones are mentioned like Cimurlian the Great Bear, Ebeshra the Winged Razor, Igroon the Dragon Eater , Mantraska the World Talons, Shbloon the Vortex Maw, Queen Vorgozen the Shapeless Feeder, Yarthoon the Moon Grub, Yorak the Horned Thunder, and Zimivra the Endless Coils.[[/note]]. They also have [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast grand-sounding titles]] like the Forever Storm, the Inferno Below, the Star Titan, the Thrice-Headed Fiend, or the Final King.



** Beyond the Tarrasque and its siblings, we've got the Oliphaunt of Jandelay, Achaekek the Mantis God, and several non-unique monsters like [[Film/TheBlackScorpion Black Scorpions]] and [[Film/TheDeadlyMantis Deadly Mantises]], based on the B-movie horrors of the same name.

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** Beyond the Tarrasque and its siblings, we've got the Oliphaunt of Jandelay, Achaekek the Mantis God, and several non-unique monsters like behemoths (gigantic monsters sent by gods to punish mortal nations), and [[Film/TheBlackScorpion Black Scorpions]] and [[Film/TheDeadlyMantis Deadly Mantises]], based on the B-movie horrors of the same name.



** Tahtorak, Kanohi Dragon and Zivon too. And yes, some of them did clash and wreck cities at various times. You may also count the Ancient Sea Behemoth and the Kraawa, the latter of which is a SizeShifter beast with no known size-limitations.



* Film/KingKong has also had his share of {{Animated Adaptation}}s, starting as 1966's ''The King Kong Show'' (well, it's an anime, but still animated; the Japanese film ''Film/KingKongEscapes'' was adapted from it), ''Kong: The Animated Series'' in 2000 (which starred a clone of the original Kong), and Creator/{{Netflix}}'s 2016 series ''Kong: King of the Apes'' (in which King Kong fights an army of robot dinosaurs created by a mad scientist in the future)

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* Film/KingKong has also had his share of {{Animated Adaptation}}s, starting as 1966's ''The King Kong Show'' (well, it's an anime, but still animated; (by Creator/RankinBass; the Japanese film ''Film/KingKongEscapes'' was adapted from it), ''Kong: The Animated Series'' in 2000 (which starred a clone of the original Kong), and Creator/{{Netflix}}'s 2016 series ''Kong: King of the Apes'' (in which King Kong fights an army of robot dinosaurs created by a mad scientist in the future)



* KingKong appears in "The Ducky Horror Picture Show", a MonsterMash episode of ''Series/DuckTales'', and climbs Scrooge's tower.

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* KingKong King Kong appears in "The Ducky Horror Picture Show", a MonsterMash episode of ''Series/DuckTales'', and climbs Scrooge's tower.



** "Adventures in Slime and Space": Slimer is turn giant and evil by one of Egon's experiment, taking Janine with him and climbing the Empire State.
** "The Revenge of Murray the Mantis": An spirit taking control of a giant mantis balloon has to be stopped by releasing the Marshmallow Man from the Containment Unit for them to fight each other.

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** "Adventures in Slime and Space": Slimer is turn giant and evil by one of Egon's experiment, taking Janine with him and climbing the Empire State.
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** "The Revenge of Murray the Mantis": An A spirit taking control of a giant mantis balloon has to be stopped by releasing the Marshmallow Man from the Containment Unit for them to fight each other.



** "Poultrygeist": The ghostbusters fight a giant chicken ([[JumpTheShark yes, the writing wasn't the best]] [[SeasonalRot on that season)]].

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** "Poultrygeist": The ghostbusters Ghostbusters fight a giant chicken chicken. ([[JumpTheShark yes, Yes, the writing wasn't the best]] [[SeasonalRot on that season)]].



** On a more complete basis, ''Argentinosaurus'' and several other enormous sauropods could have broken 100 short tons in weight and been over 30 meters long. Several species could get longer, but they weren't as robust.

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** On a more complete basis, ''Argentinosaurus'' and several other enormous sauropods could have broken 100 short tons in weight and been over 30 meters long. Several species like ''Diplodocus'' could get longer, but they weren't as robust.
1st Mar '17 9:47:13 PM MagnusForce
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* ''{{Franchise/Godzilla}}'' himself had [[WesternAnimation/TheGodzillaPowerHour a cartoon]] in the 1970s and the [[Film/Godzilla1998 98' Godzilla]] had [[WesternAnimation/GodzillaTheSeries an animated sequel]] starring its son. Logically, both cartoons featured Godzilla fighting other giant monsters.

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* ''{{Franchise/Godzilla}}'' {{Franchise/Godzilla}} himself had [[WesternAnimation/TheGodzillaPowerHour a cartoon]] in the 1970s and the [[Film/Godzilla1998 98' Godzilla]] had [[WesternAnimation/GodzillaTheSeries an animated sequel]] starring its son. Logically, both cartoons featured Godzilla fighting other giant monsters.monsters.
* Film/KingKong has also had his share of {{Animated Adaptation}}s, starting as 1966's ''The King Kong Show'' (well, it's an anime, but still animated; the Japanese film ''Film/KingKongEscapes'' was adapted from it), ''Kong: The Animated Series'' in 2000 (which starred a clone of the original Kong), and Creator/{{Netflix}}'s 2016 series ''Kong: King of the Apes'' (in which King Kong fights an army of robot dinosaurs created by a mad scientist in the future)


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* Joey and AP have fought a bunch of giant monsters in ''WesternAnimation/AtomicPuppet'' like a giant mutant spider, a fire-breathing hydra-turtle, a giant robot with magnet powers, and a giant mucus-spewing slug.
20th Feb '17 10:25:32 PM Anddrix
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* Marvel briefly had the rights to publish ''Franchise/{{Godzilla}}'' comics (''Comicbook/GodzillaKingOfTheMonsters''), and featured him as part of the Franchise/MarvelUniverse. As with Marvel's [[Franchise/{{Micronauts}} other]] [[Comicbook/RomSpaceknight licensed]] [[Comicbook/ConanTheBarbarian property]] titles, he accrued a supporting cast of friends and enemies whom Marvel ''does'' own and who still pop up once in a while, such as Yetrigar the giant [[BigfootSasquatchAndYeti yeti,]] a [[HumongousMecha giant robot]] named Red Ronin, and a MadScientist named Dr. Demonicus who specializes in mutating animals into Kaiju.

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* Marvel briefly had the rights to publish ''Franchise/{{Godzilla}}'' comics (''Comicbook/GodzillaKingOfTheMonsters''), and featured him as part of the Franchise/MarvelUniverse. As with Marvel's [[Franchise/{{Micronauts}} [[ComicBook/{{Micronauts}} other]] [[Comicbook/RomSpaceknight licensed]] [[Comicbook/ConanTheBarbarian property]] titles, he accrued a supporting cast of friends and enemies whom Marvel ''does'' own and who still pop up once in a while, such as Yetrigar the giant [[BigfootSasquatchAndYeti yeti,]] a [[HumongousMecha giant robot]] named Red Ronin, and a MadScientist named Dr. Demonicus who specializes in mutating animals into Kaiju.
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* PlayedForLaughs in several ''New Yorker'' cartoons one of which about two men talking about a tiny Godzilla rampaging in the street.
-->'''Man''': I hear he's huge in Japan.
1st Feb '17 3:06:53 PM Brandar
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* ''Kaiju-a-Gogo'', a PC game currently in development, involves players taking on the role of mad scientists who create giant monsters to dominate the planet.

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* ''Kaiju-a-Gogo'', a PC game currently in development, ''VideoGame/KaijuAGoGo'' involves players taking on the role of mad scientists who create giant monsters to dominate the planet.



* ''VideoGame/SonicAdventure'' has Perfect Chaos, a water entity whose final form is a [[Film/GodzillaVsBiollante Biollante]]-[[ShoutOut esque]] kaiju.



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