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* In the prelude's ending of ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil6'', Leon and Helena are inspecting some dead BSAA soldiers when they notice something approaching them, and the camera shows a monstrous foot stomping hard on the floor. [[spoiler:Subverted in the main campaign, where that's revealed to be Simmons' foot, with it not looking so monstrous.]]


* In ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast'', when the Beast steps into a spotlight to reveal himself to Belle, the camera shows his lupine feet before his monstrous face.

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* In ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast'', ''WesternAnimation/BeautyAndTheBeast'', when the Beast steps into a spotlight to reveal himself to Belle, the camera shows his lupine feet before his monstrous face.

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* Music/{{Miserable}} Probably the only time this trope has been combined with FanService. After all the other band members [[spoiler: have been gobbled up by the giantess, A. Jay is the only member left.]] Then one of the woman's platform high heels slams down behind him, [[spoiler: right before she gets down on all fours, grabs him, and [[ConsumingPassion makes him the last course in her meal]] ]].
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* In ''Film/Godzilla2014,'' Godzilla's arrival at Honolulu airport is announced by his enormous foot slamming down in front of the terminal window, turning what had been a loud, chaotic scene into shocked silence.

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* In ''Film/Godzilla2014,'' Godzilla's arrival at Honolulu airport is announced by his enormous foot slamming down in front of the terminal window, turning what had been a loud, chaotic scene into shocked silence. [[HesBack Ladies and gentlemen, the King has reclaimed his throne.]]


* The first time you enter battle against [[spoiler:Idenn, the Dark Dragon and]] the TrueFinalBoss of ''VideoGame/FireEmblem6,'' the camera zooms in on the friendly unit, alone, before a gigantic, clawed foot stomps down and the camera scrolls to accomodate her size.

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* The first time you enter battle against [[spoiler:Idenn, the Dark Dragon and]] the TrueFinalBoss of ''VideoGame/FireEmblem6,'' the camera zooms in on the friendly unit, alone, before a gigantic, clawed foot stomps down and the camera scrolls to accomodate accommodate her size.size.
* Mixed with FeetFirstIntroduction in ''VideoGame/BanjoTooie''. In Terradactyland, the top of the level features the Stomping Plains, a wide, empty expanse. There are large footprints there, but it seems relatively calm...that is, until Banjo and Kazooie step onto the plains themselves. That's when a MASSIVE foot--so big that players can't even see the creature it's attached to--[[JumpScare crashes onto the screen, accompanied by a deafening roar]]. And you have to cross the plains, dodging the massive foot, three times.


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* In the dinosaur documentary ''LiveActionTV/PlanetDinosaur'', this is how the ''[[https://i.imgur.com/2kKyqkn.jpg Carcharodontosaurus]]'' is properly introduced in the episode ''Lost World'', by the camera slowly panning alongside a desert plain before the dinosaur's foot stomps down in front of the camera.

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* The first time you enter battle against [[spoiler:Idenn, the Dark Dragon and]] the TrueFinalBoss of ''VideoGame/FireEmblem6,'' the camera zooms in on the friendly unit, alone, before a gigantic, clawed foot stomps down and the camera scrolls to accomodate her size.
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* Subverted at the start of ''Film/Jurassic World''. What looks like a predatory dinosaur's clawed feet stomp down on the ground. Then the camera pulls back to [[BigLittleMan reveal that it's actually a crow]].

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* Subverted at the start of ''Film/Jurassic World''.''Film/JurassicWorld''. What looks like a predatory dinosaur's clawed feet stomp down on the ground. Then the camera pulls back to [[BigLittleMan reveal that it's actually a crow]].

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* Subverted at the start of ''Film/Jurassic World''. What looks like a predatory dinosaur's clawed feet stomp down on the ground. Then the camera pulls back to [[BigLittleMan reveal that it's actually a crow]].


* Book 20 of the ''Literature/{{Animorphs}}'' series with [[http://animorphs.wikia.com/wiki/Hork-Bajir?file=Animorphs_discovery_book_20_inside_cover.jpg the first official art]] of a Hork-Bajir in the series. This angle was copied again multiple times in the ''Series/{{Animorphs}}'' [[http://animorphs.wikia.com/wiki/Hork-Bajir?file=Hork_Bajir%27s_Legs.jpg TV adaptation.]]

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* Book 20 of the ''Literature/{{Animorphs}}'' series with [[http://animorphs.[[http://vignette1.wikia.com/wiki/Hork-Bajir?file=Animorphs_discovery_book_20_inside_cover.jpg nocookie.net/animorphs/images/7/74/Animorphs_discovery_book_20_inside_cover.jpg/revision/latest?cb=20160323013007 the first official art]] of a Hork-Bajir in the series. This angle was copied again multiple times in the ''Series/{{Animorphs}}'' [[http://animorphs.[[http://vignette4.wikia.com/wiki/Hork-Bajir?file=Hork_Bajir%27s_Legs.jpg nocookie.net/animorphs/images/4/49/Hork_Bajir%27s_Legs.jpg/revision/latest?cb=20150501090428 TV adaptation.]]



* The ''Literature/{{Animorphs}}'' TV adaptation does this multiple times with the Hork-Bajir [[http://animorphs.wikia.com/wiki/Hork-Bajir?file=Hork_Bajir%27s_Legs.jpg]]. This mirrors the first official artistic interpretation of the species [[http://animorphs.wikia.com/wiki/Hork-Bajir?file=Animorphs_discovery_book_20_inside_cover.jpg]], in Book 20 of the ''Literature/{{Animorphs}}'', in which only his feet can be seen.

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* The ''Literature/{{Animorphs}}'' TV adaptation does this multiple times with the Hork-Bajir [[http://animorphs.[[http://vignette4.wikia.com/wiki/Hork-Bajir?file=Hork_Bajir%27s_Legs.jpg]]. nocookie.net/animorphs/images/4/49/Hork_Bajir%27s_Legs.jpg/revision/latest?cb=20150501090428 TV adaptation.]] Hork-Bajir.]] This mirrors the first official artistic interpretation of the species [[http://animorphs.[[http://vignette1.wikia.com/wiki/Hork-Bajir?file=Animorphs_discovery_book_20_inside_cover.jpg]], nocookie.net/animorphs/images/7/74/Animorphs_discovery_book_20_inside_cover.jpg/revision/latest?cb=20160323013007 the first official artistic interpretation of the species,]] in Book 20 of the ''Literature/{{Animorphs}}'', in which only his feet can be seen.


* Book 20 of the ''Literature/{{Animorphs}}'' series with the first official art [[http://animorphs.wikia.com/wiki/Hork-Bajir?file=Animorphs_discovery_book_20_inside_cover.jpg]] of a Hork-Bajir in the series. This angle was copied again multiple times in the ''Series/{{Animorphs}}'' TV adaptation [[http://animorphs.wikia.com/wiki/Hork-Bajir?file=Hork_Bajir%27s_Legs.jpg]].

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* Book 20 of the ''Literature/{{Animorphs}}'' series with the first official art [[http://animorphs.wikia.com/wiki/Hork-Bajir?file=Animorphs_discovery_book_20_inside_cover.jpg]] jpg the first official art]] of a Hork-Bajir in the series. This angle was copied again multiple times in the ''Series/{{Animorphs}}'' TV adaptation [[http://animorphs.wikia.com/wiki/Hork-Bajir?file=Hork_Bajir%27s_Legs.jpg]]. jpg TV adaptation.]]

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* A burglar is climbing the outside of a glass skyscraper using large suction cups. He suddenly notices a pair of red-booted feet in front of him. (''Film/{{Superman}}'' can be "fearsome" -- if you're a burglar).


* ''ComicBook/IncredibleHulk'' and its adaptations often emphasize the Hulk's massive size and strength by showing his feet tear apart Banner's footwear, or stomp on something.



* In the 2003 ''Film/{{Hulk}}'' movie, a few shots during HulkingOut scenes show Bruce Banner's feet becoming so large that they rip apart his shoes and socks.


* In Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast, when the Beast steps into a spotlight to reveal himself to Belle, the camera shows his lupine feet before his monstrous face.

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* In Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast, ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast'', when the Beast steps into a spotlight to reveal himself to Belle, the camera shows his lupine feet before his monstrous face.

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