A Size Comparison Of Sci-Fi's Greatest Machines And Monsters [Infographic]

Size Comparison Of Everything


How does Godzilla compare to an AT-AT walker? Plus, how they stack up to real stuff, like the Sydney Opera House.

DeviantART user lexinator117 created this scale-map comparing the sizes of nerd- and pop-culture touchstones. Now we finally know: American Godzilla is lesser creatively and physically than its Japanese counterpart. I’ve also either been seriously overestimating the size of the AT-AT walkers from Star Wars, or seriously underestimating the size of the Sydney Opera House.

Here’s the key, from smallest to largest:

1. Woman/Man
2. Krogan
3. Zealot (starcraft)
4. Elite (halo)
5. Starship Troopers Warrior Bug
6. Brute
7. Beserker (GoW)
8. Handyman
9. Hunter (halo)
10. Hydralisk
11. Elephant
12. Chocobo
13. King Kong
14. T. rex
15. Mantis (halo)
16. AT-ST
17. Rancor
18. Optimus Prime
19. Balrog
20. Treebeard
21. Elephant (halo)
22. Dragon (skyrim)
23. Brumak
24. Brachiosaurus
25. AT-AT
26. Deathwing
27. Ultralisk
28. Tripod (book size)
29. Stay Puft Marshmallow Man
30. The Mayflower
31. Millennium Falcon
32. Statue of Liberty
33. Rocket and Shuttle
34. Cloverfield Monster
35. Colossal Titan
36. Scarab (halo)
37. Titanic
38. American Godzilla
39. Godzilla
40. Monsters vs. Aliens Probe
41. Reaper Destroyer

1. Blue whale
2. Normandy SR2
3. Starship Enterprise (original series)

1. Sydney Opera House
2. Great pyramid of Giza

[lexinator117 via Flowing Data]


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