Galactus - Page 2
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After a long, sobering look at James Stokoe's Galactus, which is terrifyingly huge and hyper-detailed enough to be at home in "Shadow of the Colossus" on your PlayStation 2, it's soothing to be reminded that the World Devourer can also be drawn as an intergalactic foppish Dr. Seuss character who could pass for a supporting character in an outer space adaptation of "
If there's one thing we know about Galactus, it's that the possessor of the Power Cosmic is big. As Stan Lee once explained, the character was inspired by the question, "How could we get something bigger than a villain? Let's do a guy who's like a demigod-I like the name Galactus. He comes from Outer Space a
If superhero comics accurately portrayed the grinding tedium of the actual political process, it would probably make for pretty boring comics, which is why superheroes ultimately just punch everyone in the face rather than going through the proper channels