Despite his many personality flaws, Wolverine is still one of my favorite Marvel characters. Having his entire skeleton replaced with Adamantium certainly didn’t help his attitude, I’m sure. On the plus side, it gave him some epic claws.
Last year, boutique toy maker Fools Paradise released Lowfool vs. Lowfool, a pair of figures that depicted Superman and Batman playing against each other on arcade machines. The second batch of Lowfool vs. Lowfool features an arcade legend himself: X-Men’s Wolverine.
Do you want the coolest DIY Wolverine claws? Then head to your freezer and eat up some popsicles stat! These Popsicle Stick Wolverine Claws are totally badass, and you can make them at home.
Sure, these are just popsicle sticks, but they are sharp enough to do some serious damage as shown in the video.They
We have seen the gang over at the Hydraulic Press Channel smash everything they can get their mitts on. In their latest video, the team decided to see what would happen to some objects made from the fictitious substance Adamantium.
We’ve seen plenty of Wolverine claw replicas, some even retract and deploy on command, but MyoWare’s claws react to your muscle movements. Now you can be the Wolverine you have always wanted to be.
These claws sense when you flex your muscle and the four inch claws flick out in just a fraction of a second.
I can think of no better way to celebrate your passion for Marvel’s superheroes than to make some tasty baked goodies in their form. That’s exactly what Flickr contributor Cindy Li did when she baked up this batch of delicious looking banana bread, baked in the shapes of Thor, Captain America, The Hulk, Iron Man, Spider-Man and Wolverine:
These are truly bananas, Cindy.
When it comes to realistic action figures for collectors, Hot Toys makes some of the best. Not too long ago, I talked a bit about a Black Widow action figure and it didn’t look much like Scarlett Johansson to me.
If you’re looking for a way to customize your computer keyboard, check out HolyOOPS. Based in China, HolyOOPS makes CNC-machined keycaps out of aluminum or titanium. They feature symbols or characters from anime, comics and at least one TV series.
Silence is golden, duct tape is silver… or orange, red, blue, or white. Duct tape can fix just about anything and is one of the best inventions ever. A artist named Rianna from DuctTapeDesigns has created some very cool art using duct tape as the medium.
Here’s a great story where technology, art and compassion meet. e-NABLE is an organization that designs affordable 3D printed prosthetic hands for those in need. e-NABLE volunteer Aaron Brown recently thought of making a colorful prosthetic hand to show to a children’s hospital.
We’ve seen a pair of electrified Wolverine claws, but part of what makes the actual weapons cool is that Wolvie can make them come out and retract at will. Inventor Colin Furze figured out a way to achieve that in his replica.
Etsy seller Brian Reedy makes woodcut prints with geeky subjects, including Star Wars, Adventure Time as well as Marvel and DC characters. His work is not as detailed as Jed Henry and David Bull’s Ukiyo-e Heroes, but they still cast familiar characters in a new, er, old light.
Oh, we love our geeky action figures around here. We also love geek mashups. So naturally, we have some major geek wood over this custom superhero. This dude has the face of Tony Stark, the costume of Superman, Captain America’s shield, and Wolverine claws.
A few years ago, hacksmith/Weapon H/H-man James Hobson made a great pair of Wolverine claws. They had this unique curved ends that made it look like the claws actually burst out in between his fingers. But when he saw Hack A Day’s electrified Mjolnir, Hobson was inspired to do the same.
Detroit is working on a Robocop statue, so of course Edmonton, Canada wants their own statue now. Not just any statue, mind you. They want a 1,000 foot tall statue of Wolverine. If this keeps up we are going to have superhero statues everywhere.
Whether your preferred mode of transportation is a car, truck, motorcycle, moped, Segway, bicycle, unicycle, skateboard, or even an invisible jet plane, comic book fans will want to pimp out their rides with these Marvel Family Car Decals.