Giganta is a villain in the DC Super Hero Girls web series.


Giganta is a colossal teenage girl with red hair done up in a ponytail, blue eyes, peach skin and pink blush. She also has a beauty mark by her nose and wears a long sleeved yellow and black jumpsuit with yellow in the middle and black around the sides and big black leather boots, unlike her previous incarnations where she had a more ragged and feral look.


  • Supernatural Strength:
  • Strength Combat:
  • Supernaturally Dense Tissue:
  • Nigh-Invulnerability:
  • Enhanced Intelligence:
  • Science Combat:
  • Bulletproof Suit

Depiction in the web series

Giganta is voiced by Grey Delisle Griffin in the English version of the cartoon.

Season two

In New Beginnings, Giganta attempts to rob a bank and engages Wonder Woman when she shows up to stop her. Giganta throws a car at Wonder Woman, but she dodges it and defeats Giganta by tying her up with her Lasso of Truth.[1] In the special Super Hero High, Giganta battles Super Hero High students led by Wonder Woman when she robs a jewelry store. They work together to defeat her by restraining her with Poison Ivy's vines before being arrested by Hawkgirl using "giant novelty handcuffs". In the film Hero of the Year, Giganta appears performing community service when she is interrogated by Wonder Woman and Supergirl on the whereabouts of Dark Opal. She claims ignorance, which is confirmed by Wonder Woman's Lasso of Truth. She then resumes her community service by throwing a car illegally parked in front of a fire hydrant across Metropolis into an impound lot.

Season three

In Stealth 101 Part 1, Giganta makes a non-speaking appearance attacking Batgirl and Poison Ivy when they test out stealth gear due to Ivy's poor design choice of a construction worker disguise. In Body Electric, Giganta appears angrily wreaking havoc through Metropolis, believing her sunglasses were stolen. When Cyborg shows her that they were on her head, she gets angry when he tells her she has anger management issues. She then battles Cyborg, Thunder and Lightning and gets defeated when she grabs a power pole and electrocutes herself, causing a blackout in the city. Tied up by Supergirl, she blows a raspberry before being lifted away by a helicopter. In It's a Superful Life, Hawkgirl and Cyborg give her a giant scarf created by Katana as a winter holiday gift.

Season four

In Truth of the Lasso Part 1, Giganta attacks a disguised Cheetah, accusing her of stealing her earring. She then engages Frost, Wonder Woman and Bumblebee and is defeated when Frost freezes the road, causing her to slip and fall down. Frost then freezes her hands together and she later gets back up. In Truth of the Lasso Part 3, Giganta causes a traffic jam in Metropolis by searching for her lost earrings. Shen then chases after a bus of Super Hero High students and confronts them after she boxes off the bus. In Truth of the Lasso Part 4, she asks for the students' help to find her stolen earrings. She is later mentioned by Batgirl, after the students confront Cheetah for taking advantage of her anger management issues to steal the Lasso of Truth.

Season five

In Career Day, Wonder Woman suspects Giganta's rampage earlier in the morning as a possible cause of the destroyed Lady Justice statue.


Finals Crisis

In Finals Crisis, Giganta gets spotted by Wonder Woman, Lady Shiva and Hawkgirl while they wait search for a villain to fight for extra credit. After she accidentally takes Lois Lane's beverage order at Capes & Cowls Café, she erupts in anger as it has whipped cream, despite not ordering it. She lifts Steve Trevor in the air when he tells her so and tries to give her the correct one, angry that he told her "she did wrong". The students engage her and save Steve. Though Wonder Woman tells her to calm down, she proclaims that she never surrenders and pulls out a light pole to use as a weapon before retreating to Centennial Park. The students pursue and defeat her before Wonder Woman subdues her with her Lasso of Truth. Commissioner Gordon then takes over the situation. Later, her fall when she was subdued is revealed to have caused a loud noise in Batgirl's underground Batcave, making her move to her Beta Batcave to study for Semester Finals.[2]


v - e - d Generation 1 Characters
Main Characters Wonder Woman | Batgirl | Harley Quinn | Supergirl | Bumblebee | Poison Ivy | Katana
Super Hero High Students Cheetah | Beast Boy | Hawkgirl | Cyborg | Hal Jordan | Starfire | Catwoman | Miss Martian | Star Sapphire | Frost | Big Barda | Lady Shiva | Jessica Cruz | Raven | Mera | Thunder | Lightning | The Riddler | Jinx
Super Hero High Faculty Principal Waller | Vice-Principal Grodd | Crazy Quilt | Etrigan the Demon | Lucius Fox | Red Tornado | Coach Wildcat | Commissioner Gordon | Liberty Belle | Parasite | June Moone | Will Magnus
Adults Lois Lane | Jonathan Kent | Martha Kent | Hippolyta | Carl Ferris | Silver St. Cloud | Amethyst | Master Alchemist
Villains Granny Goodness | Giganta | Lex Luthor | Lena Luthor | Kryptomites | Eclipso | Dark Opal | Brainiac | Ares | Strife | Solomon Grundy | Killer Croc | Double Dare Twins | Lion-Mane | Captain Cold | Killer Moth | Firefly | King Shark | Mrs. Clayface | Rampage | Vandal Savage | Cheshire | Lead | General Zod | Trigon | Siren | Darkseid
Korugar Academy Sinestro | Blackfire | Bleez | Lobo | Maxima | Mongal
Female Furies Artemiz | Lashina | Mad Harriet | Speed Queen | Stompa
Supporting characters Steve Trevor | Superman | Robin | Mari McCabe | Black Canary | Platinum | Aquaman
Pets Krypto | Ace | Jumpa | Honey | Kitsune | Calliope | Roz | Whazit | Storm
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