Ever look at the various comic cons and wish you have the skill to make a costume like say, an Iron Man suit, or perhaps, Armor Batsuit from Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice? Well, the good news is, cosplaying as Superman’s ass-kicking Batman, or Iron Man et cetera requires money, not craft skills – …
Well, what do you know? There are more LEGO Minifigures from Marvel Studios’ What If…? to pick up. However, these Minifigures aren’t sold individually or in blind bags; they are part of two new LEGO Marvel sets based on the upcoming animated series.
Here’s another item you can buy when you hit up Disneyland Resort’s Avengers Campus. Yes, it is yet another Infinity Gauntlet, but ain’t Thanos’; its Tony Stark’s Power Gauntlet used by Hulk to make the snap that brings everyone back.
If you have own the current and past available MCU’s Hulkbuster action figures, you will know most of them, including Hot Toy’s, are plagued by limited articulations.
Obadiah Stane aka Iron Monger figure wouldn’t be complete without the protagonist to kick his ass and hence, there is the Hasbro Marvel Legends Series Iron Man Mark 3.
Finally, action figure(s) of supervillain Obadiah Stane aka Iron Monger from the first Iron Man movie that is affordable. Hot Toys makes awesome collectible figures, but their products, including the Iron Monger, was simply out of this world for most collectors.
We heard the final Avengers movie made some people shed tears. People cried and mourned for the on-screen death of fan favorite Iron Man when he took it upon himself to do the reverse snap.
Because of MCU, we almost forgot the pre-Robert Downey Jr. original look of Iron Man. It was a classic, born out of the 60s. The very first suit was a chunky gray armor which quickly replaced with an armor that was sleeker and more closely resemble human’s organic form and in the now very recognizable …
It does not matter which Iron Man suit from the MCU you pick. None will ever work in real life. Period. But there is one suit that is more impossible in real life than the rest and that’s the Iron Man Mark V aka Suitcase Armor… but that was what JLaservideo has made.
Here’s something that fans of big screen Iron Man may be interested. What you see here is the AutoKing Wearable Iron Man Mk5 Helmet. Make no mistake. This ain’t no Hasbro Marvel Legends series. In fact, it isn’t officially licensed at all, which is treading on a thin line.