Howard Phillips Lovecraft in his seminal work The Call of Cthulhu described this Elder God as "a gigantic thing 'miles high'.
Most derivative works present Cthulhu as "Kaiju-sized". In South Park, for example, It must be 150 meters tall, the size of the largest Godzilla incarnations.
Lovecraft made drawings describing Cthulhu's appearance. Did he refer in any of his writings to his exact size? Did any of the writers who continued to work on the Myths of Cthulhu do that?
I know that Cthulhu's nature is not completely material and that he is capable of changing his shape and size. My question is about:
Its size when described as emerging from Rly'eh in the story The Call of Cthulhu.
Any size in any circumstance defined by Lovecraft or its followers in any of its writings