Papercraft statues are getting more complex every day. Just look at the incredible detail on this War Machine statue. This 1:6 scale War Machine paper sculpture even has an LED chest light and fiber optic lights in the eyes and palms.
Unless you’re this guy, you’d better have a really manly iron if you want a guy to help with the laundry. Like this Iron Man clothes iron. The iron itself does not look very happy about the situation, but it’s not like it can just fly off by using it’s steam setting, and get out of the job… at least as far as we know.
It’s always good to have a backup plan. Take Iron Man for instance. What if your rockets should be in the shop or run out of fuel and the Stark limo is not available? Well, you had better have a second mode of transport.
Love the Avengers? Then you’ll love these officially licensed Avengers USB flash drives, from InfoThink. Instead of portraying the actual Avengers, the USB drives are in the form of a symbolic part of your favorite Marvel hero.
I don’t think I need to elaborate on this one. It’s just an Xbox 360 with a case expertly modded with an Iron Man theme. Now if you’ll excuse me, I’m going to brace myself for the deluge of “Where do I get one?”
You were amazed at Iron Man’s transforming suitcase in Iron Man 2. You were surprised by his transforming… pod thing in The Avengers. Now, behold: Iron Man cufflinks. What’s that? No, they don’t transform. But I’ll let you in on a trade secret: neither did the suitcase and that pod thing!
You may have already seen and drooled at those Iron Man and War Machine sneakers from a couple of years ago, but this pair may just make your heart burst, because it comes with a replica of the arc reactor from the Iron Man movies.
Iron Man is hard and tough. He is wearing armor after all. Now check out the softer side of the man. This adorable pillow from Red Hair Gold Boots is super soft and comfy no doubt, even super cute, but just like Iron Man’s armor, there is more to it.
Avengers Assemble.. .a cool lamp. Scared of the dark? Then you need a hero to protect you and push back the curtain of night. Supervillians will flee into the shadows when the light of this Iron Man lamp shines on them.
Proof that even robotic suits have a corpse: a dismantled Iron Man Mk. II suit. I’m sure most of you who’ve seen Iron Man 2 can still remember the scene where James Rhodes (played by Don Cheadle) took one of Tony Stark’s armor to a military base and tore it down to see how it works.
I’m going to start out by saying that I’m about 99.9% sure that this is not an official Iron Man product, so if anyone from Marvel is reading this, please don’t sue us. I just see stuff that looks cool and write about it.
Just because comic book geeks love characters who wear underpants on the outside doesn’t mean they don’t know a thing about grooming or smelling great. Doesn’t mean they’re gullible to cash-ins either, but I’m sure JADS International, makers of the Avengers Cologne set, already did their research.
The flashlight repulsor beam blaster was cool. Patrick Priebe’s Laser Glove Mk III is hot. Priebe, a laser enthusiast and Iron Man fan, has been developing a palm-mounted laser using consumer-grade parts and a bit of metalwork.
This Iron Man Mark I suit was built by a Chinese guy named Wang Xiao Kang, and he built it from scratch. That’s saying a lot because this suit looks pretty darn great. Wang says that he had no prior DIY experience, but from the look of his suit, it’s pretty much on the mark when it comes to faithfulness.
Back when Iron Man 2 came out, there were some Iron Man USB flash drives floating around, and I have to say I thought they were kind of silly looking. They looked more like bobble-heads to me than a serious action hero collectible.
While I agree that these motorcycles helmets that Tigerpause444 created look pretty cool, all of his creations aren’t road legal, so no one will be starting a geeky biker club anytime soon. Still, they are interesting and distinctive.