HORUS

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Horus '04

Species: Unclassified demigod; Type: Supernatural
Height: As desired; Weight: As wished
Attributes: As willed, typically beak and talons, rapist
Powers: Destroy at will, shapeshifter
Intelligence: Exceptional; Air Speed: As desired
Kaiju Level: Five (super heavyweight); Weakness(es): None revealed
Allies: None; Enemies: Anubis, Bes
Film: Immortal (Immortel, ad vitam, 2004)
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Description: Did Horus create humanity tens of thousands a year ago? This is not known. What is known is that Horus really likes the ladies, and won't take no for an answer. He can also do pretty much anything else he wants, like turn into a Giant Bird or blow things up at will. He's kind of a wanker.
Review:
Feo Amante

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Horus '16

Species: Unclassified demigod; Type: Supernatural
Height: Up to 12 ft (4 m); Wingspan: 24 ft (7 m, est); Weight: Up to 1,500 lb (682 kg, est)
Attributes: Wields spear, martial arts, flight; Powers: Super durability, endurance, and strength; shapeshifter from giant human to even more giant god form
Intelligence: Average; Air Speed: Fast
Kaiju Level: Three (light heavyweight); Weakness(es): None revealed
Allies: Ra; Enemies: Set
Film: Gods of Egypt (2016)
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Description: Horus was about to crowned by his brother, Osiris, when his other brother, Set, interrupted the proceedings with a surprise attack. Osiris was killed, and Horus lost an eye and turned into a big crybaby. Like the rest of his pantheon, Horus is about 9 feet (2.7 m) tall and appears human most of the time, but in battle he can transform into his god form, in his case with an avian head, impressive wings, and skin of molten gold.
Review:
Roger Ebert



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