…or you can use it to keep metal shards at bay, as your last resort to keep your finger alive. You will claim that endearing vulnerability for four movies. Then for some unfathomable reason you will retcon the arc reactor’s reason for existence, and you will do so in the most hurried way possible.
deviantART member Callykarishokka makes very cute stuffed toys that she calls puggles. I’m not sure if she came up with the name herself or if this is a type of stuffed toy, but the name certainly fits the appearance of the toys.
Remember those 8-bit video games from yesteryear, with thier pixelized animation and primitive music and sound effects? Well, CineFix is taking inspiration from these vintage games for a new series called 8-Bit Cinema, where they’ll be retelling popular movies in sixty animated seconds of pure awesomeness.
So with all of the hype about the U.S. release of Iron Man 3 this week, it might be nice to wear something appropriate to the movie if you haven’t already seen it. Assuming it’s still a little chilly where you live, I can’t think of anything better than one of these Iron Man hoodies.
According to the Urban Dictionary, “sweded” is defined as “the summarized recreation of popular pop-culture films using limited budgets and a camcorder.” It originated from Michel Gondry’s Be Kind Rewind and has had a life of its own in pop culture and on the Internet, where it has been turned into a meme.
How is your break room at work? Pretty sucky right? I bet it could use some art. And not that overpriced commercial stuff from some stuffy gallery, or worse yet, so stupid motivational posters. What your break room needs is something like this chalk drawing of Iron Man and Tony Stark looking through his HUD.
Don’t tell Mandarin, but Tony Stark relocated his Hall of Armors to Disneyland’s Innoventions area in Tommorowland for the meantime. But being the carefree dude that he is, Tony is actually letting people into the exhibit.
To promote his company’s muscle sensor, Brian Kaminski of Advancer Technologies built a toy replica of Iron Man’s repulsor glove. All you have to do is curl your fingers to charge it up and then spread them to unleash devastating… tiny flashes of light.
Comic book geeks are perhaps the single greatest consumer of themed flash drives. If you’re a fan of Iron Man and are looking forward to the third movie in the franchise hitting theaters this summer, it may be time to you to start stocking up on some collectible flash drives.
To all the people who keep on asking me for instructions on building a replica of Iron Man’s arc reactor (or Wonder Woman’s invisible jet): a) my offer was clearly a joke, b) for the millionth time, I didn’t make the arc reactor, this guy did and c) you’d be better off buying this T-shirt from ThinkGeek.
We’re all about superheroes around here today, and why not end the night with something truly awesome? What you’re looking at here is a cool Iron Man helmet design, dressed up with TRON-style electroluminescent lighting.