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Titano

(Giant crab)

This titanic crab appeared in a 1959 proto-Marvel Comics story, in Tales to Astonish. Giant monsters were hip in the 1950s, daddy-o. There's also notes about the BODY score of giant monsters, somehow. As of May of 2020, we've added Mutants & Masterminds stats to this profile. Having two sets of stats is important, as it allows for a pincer movement...

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Black Scorpion

(1957 movie monster)

Our contributor Ethan continues his 1950s movie giant monster series. This time it's the giant Mexican scorpions in 1957 monster mash The Black Scorpion. As animated by Ray Harryhausen.

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Great White Ape


Benign King Kong types on Dinosaur Island. As of September of 2019, added chest-beating, dinosaurs-fighting Mutants & Masterminds stats. A few hours later, found out that a digital reissue exists. Sigh. So now the peekchurs are in HD.

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Gorgo

(1961 movie monster)

Our contributor Ethan continues profiling old movie giant monsters. The dinosaur-like and eponymous Gorgo is from a 1961 monster mash set in the British Isles.

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Indestructible Man

(Damon Dran)

Formerly the Indestructible Man, a James Bond-style mastermind with many henchmen. As of July of 2018, this profile was overhauled, updated, and received HD illustrations plus impenetrable M&M stats.

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Terrex


An anti-Thanos doomsday weapon encountered by Daredevil and others. As of May of 2018, this profile was overhauled. And it also received M&M stats that SHALL DESTROY ALL THE CIVILISED PLANETS !!

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Inheritor from Beyond


A super-cockroach who's evil and fights the Hulk to a standstill, as you do. As of April of 2018, this entry had its illustrations overhauled and received M&M stats reinforced with radioactive chitin.

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Doctor Pendergast


A sinister fanatic who is also a researcher in psionics. He was the guy behind Supergirl character Psi, back during the 1980s. As of March of 2018, this profile was overhauled and received creepily manipulative M&M stats.

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Megatron

(1980s Marvel Comics version)

Perhaps the greatest villain known to Generation Y... well, at least back when they were very young and if they were watching lots of telly. And until they saw Darth Vader, I guess. Oh, well. You know. This is the eeeviiill Transformer boss, as he appeared in the "G1" 1980s comics published by Marvel. Back then he still turned into...

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Zorr


Very minor Marvel hulking alien menace. But he plays an important role in the origin of Nova (Richard Rider) as he kills not-Abin-Sur. So he's a handy space marauder. As of September of 2017, this space writeup received a space overhaul complete with space M&M stats.

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Marhault Ogre


A sort of giant faerie killer gorilla. It's a thing. This creature was seen in the landmark indie Mage: The Hero Discovered comic books.

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Wyvern Stormblud


A superhuman strongman Barb Wire clashed with in 2015. Alcoholic, possibly brain-damaged, thinks he's a mix of Thor and Mel Gibson in Braveheart. One dangerous train wreck of a man.

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Gargantus II


He's a giant hypnotic caveman robot, as was the style of the day. He's also the first-superpowered foe Iron Man fought.

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Doomsday Man

(Profile #1 - Early)

An indestructible, very powerful robot master weapon judged too dangerous to exist. Clashed with the Silver Surfer and with Ms. Marvel (and others, but that'll be in a later profile because the character changed).

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Jungle Demon


A fiendish foe of Fantomah armed with the evil eye and a titanic pet snake. But it wasn't his fault, not really - not that Fantomah really cares.

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Giganta

(Post-Crisis version)

The version of Giganta that existed and fought Wonder Woman during the 2000s. She's really powerful, actually - and an interesting character.

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Ymir

(20 million miles to Earth)

Harryhausen stop-motion alien monster in 1957 movie 20 Million Miles To Earth.

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Monstro

(Giant octopus)

A giant octopus, seen in a 1960 Tales of Suspense monster story. With... Communists !

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Stalker


One of the heroic fantasy protagonists launched in 1975 as part of the DC Implosion. A doomed, deadly swordsman and adventurer trying to kill the local Devil to reclaim his stolen soul.

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Dgrth


A Devil-like figure from Stalker's swords-and-sorcery dismal world. Also fought Wonder Woman, to his regret.

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