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Originally posted by madnessinmysoul
then why the shadow on saturn? i'm still holding out hope.... especially since "the man" is involved in the movie
Originally posted by JackofBlades
The Gah Lak Tus robots had the same shape, and so would cast the same silhouette.
I really hope it is Galactus, but even if its just Gah Lak Tus I'll be happy.
What great disturbance in The Force is weighing down on the F4 team this time? As the film kicks off, we see an enormous, swirling grey cloud of space matter ripping apart planets and drifting on its merry way, ever closer towards our solar system. This, sadly, is the cinematic interpretation of Galactus, Devourer of Worlds. Yes, it sucks. Yes, it's not scary or interesting. No, we're not going to let this one slide by.
Height: 28 ft. 9 in.
Weight: 18.2 tons
Unusual features: Galactus's height diminishes by as much as 10.9 feet when he is greatly in need of life-giving energy.
Although Galactus is usually represented in humanoid form, each sentient being perceives him having a form resembling his own. Hence, humanoids see Galactus in humanoid form, while a Skrull, for example, would perceive Galactus as resembling a Skrull. Although as Galan, Galactus was indeed a humanoid; his true current form is unknown. It is unclear why beings from different sentient races perceive him differently.