"'Paul Bunyan?' Shadow said."

Paul Bunyan is usually depicted as a giant lumberjack with a large ox called Babe as a companion.

He was originally documented in 1910 by journalist James MacGillvray, who used him to advertise a logging company. The modern Paul Bunyan figure is said to be a reworking of older stories, so he is a fakelore (made-up folklore sold as authentic) figure.