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.
If you like pancakes and X-Men, you will be thrilled about this. Earlier this week, it was National Pancake Day, which should be a big deal holiday in our estimation, complete with gifts of syrup and pancake trees.
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.
I won’t spoil it for you, but the steel press tools are simply no match for Wolverine’s indestructible metal parts.
I don’t know about you, but I was always taught to keep my face away from fire. Only an insane person would break that rule by wearing a helmet that shoots fire from right in front of his eyeballs.
Sufficiently Advanced’s flamethrower welding helmet is modeled after Cyclops visor from the X-Men.
Last year, we checked out a lightsaber replica that used a stream of flammable liquid as a substitute for the blade. The Hacksmith had a similar idea for a real life version of Psylocke’s psi-blade. But because Betsy’s blade is wider and wilder than the Jedi weapon, its maker opted to engulf a katana in flames.
The Hacksmith made a flammable mixture that results in a long-lasting purplish fire.
The cool thing about a Magneto cake is that it will attract a knife and cut itself. The bad thing is it will also attract all the other metal in your home.
This awesome cake may not look like Michael Fassbender or Ian McKellen, but that’s okay, it does look delicious.
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.
In an ideal world, you would have the power to control the weather. Sadly, you can’t… well, if you can, you’re really good at keeping a low profile. The best available option for sating this oddly specific thirst would probably be buying this: the costume Halle Berry wore as Storm in the first X-Men film.
This magnetic Magneto helmet is the perfect nerdy way to hold your paperclips, scissors, kitchen utensils, basically anything made of steel. It was made by twins Alexandra and Evgenia and also adds some nice realism to any Magneto cosplay if you want to wear it rather than use it for your desk.
This is just what I need to hold all of my X-Men films. It is just perfect. All of your Blu-Rays are displayed nicely, with Magneto in the center, holding up the most recent. This awesome display comes from the mind of Dave Delisle of Dave’s Geeky Ideas.
For those who don’t know, Pyro is one of the X-Men. A lesser known character in the Marvel universe. Even so, his backpack mounted flamethrower is pretty darn cool. I mean hot. It is kind of lame though that Pyro can’t produce fire on his own, but can only control it.
Check out this video of Colin Furze (the maniac who gave us those cool Wolverine claws) walking on the ceiling using his newly-completed, homemade Magneto boots. I question his sanity after seeing him laughing hysterically over the feat.