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The Dragon Size Comparison Chart

by Conner Flynn

Ever wondered just how big all those dragons are in fantasy movies and TV shows? Check out this visual comparison of dragon sizes compiled by The Daily Dot. Spoiler alert: Most of them are huge compared to humans. All the ones that count anyway. Because who wants to hang out with the dragon from Mulan? Or Spyro? It is official, dragons are too big to play with.

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George R.R. Martin’s dragons are clearly the biggest. And Elliot from Pete’s Dragon is obviously the most out of shape. Best looking silhouette has to go to Toothless from How to Train Your Dragon.

This chart will come in handy should all of these dragons ever get together in a single movie. Then we can complain about what the filmmakers got wrong and feel good about ourselves. That’s the nerd way.

[via Geekologie]

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Comments (3):

  1. Borque says:

    What? No Saphira? (I’ve actually not watched the movie.)

  2. Fenland says:

    Dragons of Pern anyone?

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