Some articles on man, giant man:
... During the decades of interstellar travel back to Earth, Spider-Man and Luke Cage gradually have lost their hunger and begin to, ironically, act rationally once again ... Giant Man wishes to start a "breeding program" to create more human food ... A battle ensues because of Spider-Man and Luke Cage's new insight, knowing what they have done is wrong now that their hunger has subsided enough to allow them to think rationally ...
... Giant Man and Iron Man use the gamma-ray projector on the mothership core and send it crashing to earth ... Giant Man is mortally wounded and dies in Wasp's arms ... Iron Man, near death, is revived by Thor's summoning of lightning, confirming that he is the Norse deity ...
... In Marvel Zombies Return, Zombie Giant Man finds a way to enter parallel universes and invades a universe that resembles the time period in which Tony Stark was a complete alcoholic ... Giant Man infected the parallel universe's Happy Hogan, Pepper Potts and a number of people at Stark Industries ... The James Rhodes from the parallel universe finds the Iron Man armor located in a bathroom and puts it on to reach Stark ...
Famous quotes containing the words man and/or giant:
“We commonly say that the rich man can speak the truth, can afford honesty, can afford independence of opinion and action;and that is the theory of nobility. But it is the rich man in a true sense, that is to say, not the man of large income and large expenditure, but solely the man whose outlay is less than his income and is steadily kept so.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)
“In frames as large as rooms that face all ways
And block the ends of streets with giant loaves,
Screen graves with custard, cover slums with praise
Of motor-oil and cuts of salmon, shine
Perpetually these sharply-pictured groves
Of how life should be.”
—Philip Larkin (19221986)