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  • Make My Monster Grow
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  • The villain grows to an enormous size for the very definitely final battle. No, he doesn't go and get mutated into a terrifying One-Winged Angel form, but simply becomes an absolutely huge version of himself, pretty much the attack of the 50-foot villain. Compare Attack of the 50 Foot Whatever, Miracle-Gro Monster, One-Winged Angel, Rent-A-Zilla. Please try to only list examples where the villain's increase in size is the only change to his appearance, since most One-Winged Angel forms by definition are usually larger than the original character. Not a Double Entendre. Usually.
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  • The villain grows to an enormous size for the very definitely final battle. No, he doesn't go and get mutated into a terrifying One-Winged Angel form, but simply becomes an absolutely huge version of himself, pretty much the attack of the 50-foot villain. In some cases, this goes with a villain comeback after an assumed death by dangerous substance or fall, or getting hit with a bunch of energy beams and "exploding". There is also a pretty good chance the villain's castle or base will be nearly, if not completely destroyed when the villain does this and in certain funny usages of this, the villain or Monster of the Week will realise the unfortunate consequences of both the enormous size and the misfortune of standing on a piece of flooring that's by far too weak to support him. Compare Attack of the 50 Foot Whatever, Miracle-Gro Monster, One-Winged Angel, Rent-A-Zilla. Please try to only list examples where the villain's increase in size is the only change to his appearance, since most One-Winged Angel forms by definition are usually larger than the original character. Not a Double Entendre. Usually. Examples of Make My Monster Grow include: