Giant Size

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The Official Marvel Index - Volume One
15, The Amazing Spider-Man #1-214 and Annuals #1-14, The Spectacular Spider-Man Magazine #1-2, Giant-Size Super-Heroes #1, and Giant-Size Spider-Man #1-6 The Official Marvel ...
List Of First Appearances In Marvel Comics Publications - M
... in Marvel Two-In-One # 71 Maggia in Avengers #13 Maggott in Uncanny X-Men #345 Magik in Giant-Size X-Men #1 Magma in New Mutants #8 Magneto in X-Men #1 Magus in Strange Tales 175 Major Victory in Marvel ... Marvel in Marvel Super-Heroes #13 Motormouth in Motormouth #1 Multiple Man in Giant Size Fantastic Four #4 Mutant 2099 in Mutant 2099 (one-shot) Mysterio in The ...
Marvel Omnibus - Collections
1 Astonishing X-Men #1-24 Giant Size Astonishing X-Men #1 0-7851-3801-3 2009/09/23 672 Atlantis Attacks Silver Surfer Annual #2 Iron Man Annual #10 Marvel Comics Presents #26 Uncanny X-Men Annual #13 The. 2009/09/23 848 Howard the Duck Adventure into Fear #19 Man-Thing #1 Giant-Size Man-Thing #4-5 Howard the Duck #1-33, Annual #1 Marvel Treasury Edition #12 Marvel Team-Up #96 0-785. 12-13 Fear #10-19 Man-Thing(1974) #1-22 Giant-Size Man-Thing #1-5 Monsters Unleashed 5, #8-9 Incredible Hulk #197-198 Rampaging Hulk #7 Marvel Team-Up #68 Marvel Two-in-One #43 Man-Thing ...
Ultraman - Characters - Ultraman's Special Powers
... Kamen Rider, Ultraman uses it in conjunction with a giant Kamen Rider 1's Rider Kick to destroy Sasori-Gadoras, who had managed to absorb the ray earlier ... Dynamic Size Change (巨大化能力, Kyodaika Nōryoku?) Ultraman can control his molecular structure, phasing from human-size to giant-size ... Urutora Kikku?) Ultraman has a shoe size of 320 mon and Three-Fold Joints (Sanjū Kansetsu?) ...

Famous quotes containing the words size and/or giant:

    To believe her limited in range because she was harmonious in method is as sensible as to imagine that when the Atlantic Ocean is as smooth as a mill-pond it shrinks to the size of a mill-pond.
    Rebecca West (1892–1983)

    Long ago the country bore the country-town and nourished it with her best blood. Now the giant city sucks the country dry, insatiably and incessantly demanding and devouring fresh streams of men, till it wearies and dies in the midst of an almost uninhabited waste of country.
    Oswald Spengler (1880–1936)