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7th May '16 11:49:43 AM HelloLamppost
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** The [[TheGoldenAgeOfComicBooks Golden Age]] IcePerson hero Jack Frost was retconned into being a midget frost giant as well.

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** The [[TheGoldenAgeOfComicBooks Golden Age]] IcePerson hero Jack Frost was retconned into being a midget frost giant an undersized Frost Giant as well.
7th May '16 11:49:07 AM HelloLamppost
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** The [[TheGoldenAgeOfComicBooks Golden Age]] IcePerson hero Jack Frost was retconned into being a midget frost giant as well.
7th May '16 11:47:18 AM HelloLamppost
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* Comicbook/WonderWoman's main SilverAge writer, Robert Kanigher, seemed to like stories about giants. She encountered and fought an awful lot of different types of giants during this period.

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* Comicbook/WonderWoman's main SilverAge [[TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks Silver Age]] writer, Robert Kanigher, seemed to like stories about giants. She encountered and fought an awful lot of different types of giants during this period.
7th May '16 11:46:24 AM HelloLamppost
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* Comicbook/WonderWoman's main SilverAge writer, Robert Kanigher, seemed to like stories about giants. She encountered and fought an awful lot of different types of giants during this period.
1st May '16 10:16:49 AM Vir
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* ''WesternAnimation/SuperRobotMonkeyTeamHyperforceGo'' had an episode with a similar plot to the {{Manga/NewMazinger}} example listed above, where the team and their titular super robot were stuck on a medieval planet of giants, and the robot was mistaken for a knight errant.

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* ''WesternAnimation/SuperRobotMonkeyTeamHyperforceGo'' had an episode with a similar plot to the {{Manga/NewMazinger}} ''Manga/NewMazinger'' example listed above, where the team and their titular super robot were stuck on a medieval planet of giants, and the robot was mistaken for a knight errant.
1st May '16 10:16:01 AM Vir
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* In ''[[VideoGame/{{Skylanders}} Skylanders: Giants]]'', there are eight giant Skylanders, who canonically were also the first and in the game's backstory fought against the [[AbusivePrecursors Arkeyans]]. They're twice as tall as the Core Skylanders, both in-game and in toy form, and trade movement speed for SuperStrength (or MindOverMatter in [[GenieInABottle Ninjini]]'s case) that lets them perform impressive feats of strength. Outside of ''Giants'', they can also interact with specific objects in ''SWAP Force'' and ''Trap Team''.

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* In ''[[VideoGame/{{Skylanders}} Skylanders: Giants]]'', there are eight giant Skylanders, who canonically were also the first and in the game's backstory fought against the [[AbusivePrecursors Arkeyans]]. They're twice as tall as the Core Skylanders, both in-game and in toy form, and trade movement speed for SuperStrength (or MindOverMatter in [[GenieInABottle Ninjini]]'s case) that lets them perform impressive feats of strength. Outside of ''Giants'', they can also interact with specific objects in ''SWAP Force'' and ''Trap Team''.Force''.
15th Apr '16 7:43:33 AM Theriocephalus
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* "Webcomic/RubyNation" stars Ruby, a young woman who stands at 9' 1" thanks to AppliedPhlebotnium.

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* "Webcomic/RubyNation" ''Webcomic/RubyNation'' stars Ruby, a young woman who stands at 9' 1" thanks to AppliedPhlebotnium.AppliedPhlebotinum.
15th Apr '16 7:04:10 AM Theriocephalus
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* In Creator/GeneWolfe's The Wizard Knight series (dulogy? bilogy?) we first meet the Angrborn in the first book, The Knight, as massive men taller than trees and very destructive. It isn't until the second book, The Wizard, that it is properly explained that these are only half-breeds, and the real Angrborn are far larger. They in turn are dwarfed by their ancestors, the Giants of Winter and Old Night, who still dwell in Skai.

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* In Creator/GeneWolfe's The Wizard Knight series (dulogy? bilogy?) we first meet the Angrborn in the first book, The Knight, ''The Knight'', as massive men taller than trees and very destructive. It isn't until the second book, The Wizard, ''The Wizard'', that it is properly explained that these are only half-breeds, and the real Angrborn are far larger. They in turn are dwarfed by their ancestors, the Giants of Winter and Old Night, who still dwell in Skai.
15th Apr '16 7:02:12 AM Theriocephalus
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* In ''Literature/TsarevichPetrAndTheWizard'', they run ferries, and are terrifying to appearance, and demand your hand, or your foot, or your head, as toll.

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* In ''Literature/TsarevichPetrAndTheWizard'', they run ferries, and are terrifying to in appearance, and demand your hand, or your foot, or your head, as toll.
11th Apr '16 6:46:44 PM Piando
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* ''VideoGame/TheForceUnleashed II'' figures the only way to top the rancor from ReturnOfTheJedi is to throw in a several hundred foot tall monster that is capable of ''crushing a rancor in it's hand''. And it ''still'' manages to get beaten!

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* ''VideoGame/TheForceUnleashed II'' figures the only way to top the rancor from ReturnOfTheJedi Film/ReturnOfTheJedi is to throw in a several hundred foot tall monster that is capable of ''crushing a rancor in it's hand''. And it ''still'' manages to get beaten!
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