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Iron Man Fx Arc Reactor: Proof That Tony Stark has a Heart

by Paul Strauss
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With the new Iron Man 2 movie just around the corner, a variety of bits and bobs with an Iron Man theme have started to make their way to stores for fanboys and girls to enjoy.

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Take, for instance this full-sized replica of Tony Stark’s Arc Reactor heart. It’s a perfect recreation of the original design from Stan Winston Studios, and even lights up just like in the movie.

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The prop is made from aluminum and stainless steel for heft, and can be left in either its desktop Plexiglas stand, or can be installed in your own chest to keep away those bits of metal shrapnel that are just dying to pierce your vital organs and do you in. (I will not be held responsible for any surgery you perform on yourself trying to install this.)

The Arc Reactor replica is available over at ThinkGeek for $149.99 (USD).

[via The Awesomer]

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