A pair of tech geeks, Allen Pan and Grant Imahara have created two of Marvel's iconic superhero gadgets. Captain America's shield (with working boomerang-ness) and Iron Man's gauntlet (with working balloon-melting lasers). And the best part is? You can build them too. Well, in theory.Read More
Cause and effect in Marvel films is actually fascinating to look back on. We've reached the point at which most fans look at the Marvel Cinematic Universe like one single, sprawling, ongoing project. But going back and looking at individual movies, we see some pretty significant consequences of specific moments or outcomes in past movies.Read More
Does Iron Man 3 make up for the disappointment of the second movie? We take a look at the latest exploits of the “Genius, billionaire, playboy, philanthropist.”
17 year old Archie Whitehead has just finished his first big project: a homemade Iron Man suit. And it looks super cool.
Archie, a student from the London area, based his design on 3D plans he found on the internet and a ton of reference images. Everything other than the helmet is made from foam and was put together in just four months, but to look at it you certainly couldn't tell.
Want to be Iron Man in real-life? A team have set up a project on Indiegogo, asking for $500,000 to build a "fully working look alike Iron Man suit."Read More
After causing chaos in Liberty City, the shadowy agents of Tony Stark seek to get their technology out into the real world. Patrick Priebe of Laser Gadgets has created an impressive replica of Iron Man’s gauntlet.
Nico Bellic never wanted to get pulled back into a life of crime. Unfortunately, when Grand Theft Auto 4 modder 'H1Vtg3' provided a working replica of Tony Stark’s legendary get-up, the temptation was too much to bear.