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|“||Damn... I can't believe we ate the whole thing.||„|
|~ Giant-Man upon devouring practically all life in Earth-2149, his universe.|
|“||Stroke of luck I was accidentally teleported here, to the blue area of the Moon! And none of the others seem to have made the trip with me-- so i have The Watcher's dimension-traveling technology all to myself! New Wakanda didn't made somebody else's problem-- they made everyone's problem... 'CAUSE THE MULTIVERSE IS NOW MY ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT BUFFET!!||„|
|~ Giant-Man after devouring the Watcher of Earth-91126|
Henry "Hank" Pym, better known as Giant-Man, is the overarching antagonist of the entire 2005-2009 Marvel Zombies comic book metaseries, which takes place in a alternate version of the Marvel Universe, called Earth-2149, where all super-powered beings became infected by an extraterrestrial virus which transformed them into Zombies. He appears as one of the secondary antagonists of Ultimate Fantastic Four #22-23, a minor antagonist of the Marvel Zombies: Dead Days one-shot, one of the main protagonists of the Marvel Zombies and Marvel Zombies 2 limited series and the main antagonist of the Marvel Zombies Return limited series.
In Dead Days, Giant-Man and the Black Panther are seen running from the zombified Avengers, seeing as Panther's shirt was shredded, and are headed for Hank's lab. Giant-Man had been infected by Wasp, but was still human. However, he knew what would happen beforehand and was luring T'Challa there. Panther eventually noticed Hank's wound but was too late to react as Hank knocked him. Giant-Man is next seen as a zombie at Avengers Mansion, seeking a meal in Jarvis, but finds that the Avengers beat him to it. Giant-Man's next appearance is in battle with Magneto alongside the infected when the resistance is still active, and is knocked down by some cars. Giant-Man reappears when Magneto, Reed of Earth-1610, and the survivors try to escape, saying he wants to eat the girls. He is then blinded by Susan Storm of Earth-1610.
After Magneto destroys the dimensional gate, Hank is one of his devourers after the fight ends. He then sees the Silver Surfer. He is also the one who comes up with the story to tell Iron Man about Magneto.
During the battle with the Surfer, Hank arrived late due to eating Panther's sawed off foot, but doesn't jump in due to the chaos. Once the Surfer is getting munched up, he steals the corpse and shares it with Spider-Man and Iron Man. Giant-Man then devours Galactus alongside Spider-Man, Iron Man, Hulk, Wolverine, and Luke Cage. 40 years later, he returns to Earth. He and the other zombified heroes go to Wakanda and cause trouble. However, Giant-Man turns good again along with all of other heroes aside from the Hulk after they have finally been cured. He eventually gets sent to another dimension. Giant-Man is later killed in the final battle alongside everyone but the Sentry and the Sandman.
- He was created by Mark Millar and Greg Land.