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13th May '18 3:16:49 PM Bosco13
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** An issue of ''ComicBook/TheSimpsons'' had Homer as a parody of Galactuswho was hungry for planets. Marge as ''Nova'' expy wants him to eat a planet covered in healthy plants and Bart/ ''ComicBook/SilverSurfer'' recommends [[UranusIsShowing Uranus]]. Homer en da up ordering planets from a pizza-style delivery service.

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** An issue of ''ComicBook/TheSimpsons'' had Homer as a parody of Galactuswho Galactus who was hungry for planets. Marge as ''Nova'' expy wants him to eat a planet covered in healthy plants and Bart/ ''ComicBook/SilverSurfer'' recommends [[UranusIsShowing Uranus]]. Homer en da up ordering planets from a pizza-style delivery service.
13th May '18 3:16:13 PM Bosco13
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** An issue of ''ComicBook/TheSimpsons'' had Homer as a parody of Galactuswho was hungry for planets. Marge as ''Nova'' expy wants him to eat a planet covered in healthy plants and Bart/ ''ComicBook/SilverSurfer'' recommends [[UranusIsShowing Uranus]]. Homer en da up ordering planets from a pizza-style delivery service.
14th Apr '18 11:06:29 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* The reboot of ''[[WesternAnimation/MaxSteel2013 Max Steel]]'' has this in the BiggerBad Makino who combines it with TheAssimilator as the reason for his actions. One of the [[BattleCry battle cries]] of his troops sums it up:

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* The reboot of ''[[WesternAnimation/MaxSteel2013 Max Steel]]'' has this in the BiggerBad Makino who combines it with TheAssimilator as the reason for his actions. One of the [[BattleCry battle cries]] of his troops sums it up:
23rd Jan '18 1:14:00 AM lillolillo
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* The World Devastators from the ''StarWars'' ExpandedUniverse (specifically, the ''Dark Empire'' comics) are a variation on the PlanetEater concept: [[NighInvulnerability nigh-invulnerable]] machines that tear planets apart with powerful tractor beams, thus mining raw materials to build huge automated fleets of starfighters and, potentially, more World Devastators. While it would take a very long time for a fleet of World Devastators to completely consume a planet, they don't have to eat the whole thing to depopulate it.

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* In ''ComicBook/{{Supergirl}}'' story arc ''ComicBook/{{Bizarrogirl}}'' a race of planet-eating, space-faring, giant life-forms called "Ash'ka'phageous" make their appearance. One of them -called "godship" by the denizens of Bizarro World because it's easier to pronounce- tries to devour SelfDemonstrating/{{Bizarro}}'s planet.
-->'''Bizarro:''' Bugs came from godship and started eating. They ate Bizarros, buildings, even part of Bizarro World itself. Once they am full, they fly back into godship and more would come out.\\
'''Supergirl:''' Huh. Omniphagus supplicants to produce fuel. Interesting\\
'''Bizarro:''' Huh?\\
'''Supergirl:''' Those things go out and eat something, then they return to the ship and are processed.
* The World Devastators from the ''StarWars'' ''Franchise/StarWars'' ExpandedUniverse (specifically, the ''Dark Empire'' comics) are a variation on the PlanetEater concept: [[NighInvulnerability nigh-invulnerable]] machines that tear planets apart with powerful tractor beams, thus mining raw materials to build huge automated fleets of starfighters and, potentially, more World Devastators. While it would take a very long time for a fleet of World Devastators to completely consume a planet, they don't have to eat the whole thing to depopulate it.
29th Dec '17 12:31:24 PM nombretomado
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* The planet Fusion is this in Cartoon Network's {{Fusionfall}}.

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* The planet Fusion is this in Cartoon Network's {{Fusionfall}}.''VideoGame/FusionFall''.
26th Dec '17 7:36:10 PM nombretomado
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* The title of the final chapter of ''FinalFantasyIVTheAfterYears''. The actual event taking place during it is less about eating planets and more about [[spoiler:[[ColonyDrop crashing meteors and the moon into them]]]], though.

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* The title of the final chapter of ''FinalFantasyIVTheAfterYears''.''VideoGame/FinalFantasyIVTheAfterYears''. The actual event taking place during it is less about eating planets and more about [[spoiler:[[ColonyDrop crashing meteors and the moon into them]]]], though.
6th Dec '17 12:52:53 AM SeptimusHeap
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* Dark Phoenix in ''ComicBook/{{X-Men}}'' proved even more dangerous than Galactus considering she got sustenance from stars, causing them to go nova, which destroyed one populated planet. The Shi'ar and their allies realize that while Galactus is bad enough, having a menace that destroys ''whole solar systems'' is something they have to move against at any cost. And eating stars is only the beginning; Dark Phoenix had the potential to destroy ''the entire universe'', and in some alternate continuities it ''did''.

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* Dark Phoenix in ''ComicBook/{{X-Men}}'' ''ComicBook/XMen'' proved even more dangerous than Galactus considering she got sustenance from stars, causing them to go nova, which destroyed one populated planet. The Shi'ar and their allies realize that while Galactus is bad enough, having a menace that destroys ''whole solar systems'' is something they have to move against at any cost. And eating stars is only the beginning; Dark Phoenix had the potential to destroy ''the entire universe'', and in some alternate continuities it ''did''.
28th Nov '17 8:43:00 PM Amahn
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* A common image in many [[''UsefulNotes/Alchemy'' Alchemical]] texts is that of a [[AmazingTechnicolorWildlife bright green lion]] eating the Sun.

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* A common image in many [[''UsefulNotes/Alchemy'' [[UsefulNotes/{{Alchemy}} Alchemical]] texts is that of a [[AmazingTechnicolorWildlife bright green lion]] eating the Sun.
28th Nov '17 8:42:09 PM Amahn
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** The canon lore anthology ''Chronicles'' solidifies their story as well as the Titans. Titans began life as planets which eventually hatch into new Titans, making them basically [[PlanetaryParasite Planet Parasites]] themselves. The Old Gods were created by the Void Lords and hurled randomly into space hoping at least one set of them would impact on a Titan Embryo, allowing them to corrupt a Titan into their ultimate warrior of destruction (full grown Titans were too strong with The Light to be corrupted). Meaning they don't consume the planet in a traditional sense, but just consume it with corruption for when it hatches on its own.[[note]]Turns out Azeroth is the most powerful Titan embryo ever discovered. The Arcane Energies of the Well of Eternity are its blood poring from a gaping wound where the Titans ripped an Old God from the surface. An act that made them fear removing the rest would kill the unborn Titan. Thus making them seal them instead and hope for the best. Sargeras is so fixed on destroying Azeroth (and the rest of the universe) because he fears what a corrupted Void Titan would be capable of and believes [[WellIntentionedExtremist wiping out all life and resetting the universe to be preferable]].[[/note]]
16th Nov '17 8:00:13 PM FRizer
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Subtrope of PlanetDestroyer (because a being who eats planets for breakfast would also have the necessary strength to destroy it).
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