I can't stand the constantly changing size of large characters in comics. Apocalypse and Hulk have some excuse, but usually it's just lazy art and storytelling. On the same page I've seen a nine foot tall Hulk and a Hulk disguised in an airplane seat. Both of these cannot be true. There are too many shitty comic artists who don't understand anatomy and perspective, and think that their wildly inconsistent panels, which objectively fail to show the story and character in a way that the story itself entails, are cool. They're so ignorant of art technique and basic issues like anatomy and perspective that they don't even know they're fucking it up. It's not even intentionally wrong, like Jack Kirby, it's just that they can't do any better.
Juggernaut can eat in a bar. He cannot possibly be the size he's often shown when they have him looming over another character. Thanos is 6'7", not ten fucking feet tall. Guys like Starlin, Alex Ross and Jim Shooter knew how to draw a hugely muscular person with a body shape that made sense, and in correct proportion to their environment.
I know the normie simps will insist "it's a style bro". It's a bad style used by people who couldn't draw something on correct perspective to save their life. Most Marvel and DC comics today have trash art in general, but as someone who is actually a fan of very imposing physiques I find it obnoxious when the effect is ruined by a talentless hack who can only draw fomorian giants. I am astounded at the trash that consumer drones will put up with. Rob Liefeld is way better than most of these guys.