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In Japanese, this kaijin's name is Sūpā Jaiantsu (
The humanoid hero Super Giant appears on Earth to protect it from foreign terrorists, attempting to destroy the planet with an atomic bomb.
Super Giant continues his battle with the foreign terrorists and is ultimately framed for murder.
Super Giant appears on Earth once more, this time to prevent the malevolent Kapia aliens from conquering it.
Super Giant's battle with the Alien Kapia continues, as they deploy a mysterious witch to terrorize children and summon their almighty leader to alter Earth's rotation.
After pursuing a Nazi-like terrorist army that operates within a giant satellite in space and armed with superweapons capable of the destruction of entire cities, Super Giant is presumed dead.
Super Giant reveals himself to be still alive and breaks into the giant satellite, beginning a long and rigorous battle.
Super Giant engages in battle with a brain-like alien creature, created by a mad scientist with the aid of an evil alien army.
Super Giant appears on Earth yet again to fend off a mad scientist and his successful revival of his daughter through science and sorcery, which also transforms her into a murderous witch.
Super Giant fights against an Arab terrorist army that plans to assassinate its nation's Islamic prince for his riches.
Super Giant is virtually indestructible.
Super Giant wears a device on his wrist known as the "Globe-Meter". It enables him with the abilities of:
With the Globe-Meter, Super Giant is capable of flight, including through space.
If need be, Super Giant can detect traces of radiation using his Glove-Meter.
Super Giant is granted the ability of multilingualism, the ability to speak and understand several different languages, with his Globe-Meter.
The Globe-Meter allows for Super Giant to disguise himself as an Earthling to blend in among them.
- Super Giant (1957)
- Super Giant Continues (1957)
- Super Giant: The Mysterious Spacemen's Demonic Castle (1957)
- Super Giant: Earth on the Verge of Destruction (1957)
- Super Giant: The Artificial Satellite and the Destruction of Humanity (1957)
- Super Giant: The Spaceship and the Clash of the Artificial Satellite (1958)
- Super Giant: The Space Mutant Appears (1958)
- Super Giant Continues: The Devil's Incarnation (1959)
- Super Giant Continues: The Poison Moth Kingdom (1959)
- Main article: Super Giant/Gallery.
- Super Giant was the first-ever Japanese superhero in motion pictures, preceded by The Golden Bat which was the first Japanese theater superhero, and succeeded by Moonlight Mask which was the first Japanese television superhero.
- According to Teruo Ishii, who directed the first six Super Giant films, Ken Utsui was embarrassed by the Super Giant costume and didn't like to talk about the series later in his career.
- In 1959 manga artists Masamichi Yokoyama, Tatsuo Yoshida, Jiro Kuwata and Daiji Kazumine published a series of comics based on the Super Giant series for Kodansha's manga magazine, Bokura.
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