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Some super-heroes can grow to be quite large, such as Giant-Man and Goliath, but which hero (size-changing included), is the biggest ever seen? No villains, please, I don't care about Galactus.

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    Are you talking about height, width, bicep diameter? What about shape-shifters? You should probably create a set of rules for what we can define as largest. – Edlothiad Oct 20 '17 at 16:37
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    @edlothiad maybe you should VTC as unclear if you think so, like on the similar question. – user31178 Oct 20 '17 at 17:45
  • Yours is far clearer in its initial state than the other question was, I’ve understood what you’re looking for, mostly, (especially with your examples) and left s comment to help you to clarify the request a bit better to ensure you got better answers. I would also have re-opened the other post, if rand hadn’t got there first. – Edlothiad Oct 21 '17 at 9:36
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In the Marvel universe, you'd probably struggle to find a being larger than The Beyonder. In his home universe, he was the entire universe.

Size: Infinite.
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You might also want to consider Cloud. As a sentient nebula, she was definitely on the big side. Later she went on to manifest in a slightly more conventionally sized form.

Size: 3+ AU
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As an aside, within the DC universe we have Mogo the sentient planet. He's a member of the Green Lantern Corp. Not quite universe-sized, but still pretty chunky.

Size: Planet-sized.
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    still arbitrary as to size - just ask Pluto – NKCampbell Oct 20 '17 at 16:53
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    Is the Beyonder really a "super hero?" – Rogue Jedi Oct 20 '17 at 16:55
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    @RogueJedi - Yes. For a time he acted as Strange's semi-sidekick. In Secret Wars II (#6) he decided to destroy Death in order to protect humanity, etc. – Valorum Oct 20 '17 at 16:56
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    By that token, Thanos is a hero. He's assisted in saving Earth from threats (INFINITY ABYSS), and teamed with Warlock to defeat the Magus (WARLOCK 9-11). For that matter, thanks to the Ultimates, Galactus is now restoring life to worlds he once destroyed, and saved the Ultimates (ULTIMATES (2016) 1-6). – RDFozz Oct 20 '17 at 18:32
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    @JDoe - You destroy one universe and all of a sudden everyone's pointing fingers and bandying around words like "supervillain". Oy vey. – Valorum Oct 20 '17 at 20:50

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