We’ve already seen Bandai’s action figures for Star Wars characters. Now, its turn for Marvel heroes to get the Samurai treatment. The Samurai Spider Man and Samurai Iron Man do look pretty rad, even if they’re a bit on the expensive side.
Superheroes and other comic book characters forsake their usual costumes for the sake of Iron Man themed armor… and the result is glorious. The illustrations are the work of artist BossLogic.
We’d say Iron Man looks pretty good stuffed into a wall, though his attempts at escape seem to have cracked the wall a little bit. He does work pretty good as a deco light. Costs $40.
Ultimate Iron Man was a miniseries running for only two comic books. The armor you see here is Ultimate Iron Man handcrafted by BlackLink2811, accompanied by the badass War Machine.
Combining the Iron Man Mark VII and Mark VIII suits with a black paintjob. The abdomen and elbows come from Mark VIII, while the chest and shoulders take inspiration from Mark VII. Available in various sizes, the hoodie is made out of cotton and priced at $450.
Blinkbox commissioned artist Jeff Wright to create an Iron Man suit on the occasion of the digital release of Iron Man 3. The artist responded by creating the armor in 500 balloons. It is wearable, it is impressive, and it makes Pepper Potts fall in love with you.
“Iron Man 3 is the summer’s biggest box office hit… and miss. Strap in for two hours of Pepper Potts kicking more ass than Tony Stark.”
Built in the style of adorable minions from Despicable Me, the papercraft Iron Minion is the real deal. Turns out, even Tony Stark was a minion wearing a suit. Given the prowess of minions in developing technologies and things, we are convinced as this being the whole truth.
For all his gadgets, it’s a pity Tony Stark doesn’t get to wield a lightsaber. An oversight, we’re sure that can be easily corrected by simple means. Powered by an arc reactor, this custom lightsaber would complement Iron Man perfectly, allowing Tony to call this one his own.