Prop builders have created some awesome costumes in the recent past, but this might be one of the coolest: a life-sized Hulkbuster. »
Update: Guys, I got this totally wrong. Not about the figure being giant and awesome, but it was made by Comicave, not Hot Toys, and it is totally not for sale at this point. My apologies to Comicave for misattributing this stunning achievement (I still think black magic was somehow involved). »
Hasbro’s Titan Hero series take action figures back to their humbler roots when size was more important than articulation. But that also means the 12-inch figures are perfect for younger kids who play rough with their toys, and don’t mind that the new Titan Hero Hulkbuster is almost as big as they are.
There are countless reasons why it would be awesome to wear one of Tony Stark’s Iron Man suits, not the least of which being the slick heads-up display providing info on targets and other nearby threats. But for just $55 (instead of billions) these laser-etched glowing plastic shades provide a similar experience on… »
Just a few months after it was announced, Entertainment Earth will officially let you pre-order Beast Kingdom Toys’ life-size Iron Man Hulkbuster statue. And while we first reported a price tag of $21,500, it can actually be yours for a mere $18,000 now, leaving you $3,500 to pay rent, buy food, and other less fun… »
The first Avengers movie was the first film to capture the scale and vibrancy of a comic book on screen. The sequel, Age of Ultron, marks a smaller but still significant advance: This is the first movie to make superheroes feel larger than normal people... by getting more personal. Here’s our spoiler-free review. »
Every episode of Super-Fan Builds makes it harder and harder to deal with the fact that few of us have access to special effects wizards to build us cool stuff. And the latest episode of the web series, featuring a custom Iron Man Hulkbuster high chair, will make you wish you were still a toddler—and that’s completely… »
Everybody, it seems, is into making Iron Man replica-gloves these days. And why not, when they’re totally badass looking? Not every would-be Iron Man, however, can shoot lasers and metal bolts out of his hand.
Wow. That's pretty much the only word one could ever possibly use to describe Comicave Studios' new quarter-scale Iron Man Hulkbuster figure. Not only does the highly-detailed four-foot tall suit light up, it also features extensive articulation and animatronic armor that automatically opens to reveal the… »
If you're looking for the ultimate Avengers: Age of Ultron collectible and Hot Toys' magnificent 1:6-scale Hulkbuster figure isn't doing it for you, Beast Kingdom Toys has something a little grander than might interest you. Its created a life-size version of Tony Stark's Hulkbuster armor and will happily sell it to… »
They're called Earth's Mightiest Heroes, but some of the are mightier than others. We've broken down all of the official Avengers — minus a few too recent to judge — to determine who should be assembled first when evil strikes. »
They're not quite as detailed as that magnificent Halo Master Chief motorcycle helmet from last week, but these equally beautiful hand-painted helmets from Air Graffix also won't require you to mortgage your home to afford one. They range in price from $500 to $800 depending on the amount of detail required to… »
Good has evil, hot has cold, yin has yang, and now the Hulk has the Iron Man Hulkbuster armor to balance him out. And while Hasbro has sold giant foam green Hulk hands for years now, we're finally getting a pair of equally intimidating faux Hulkbuster gauntlets that lets kids smash everything in their path, but in the… »
We're still wrapping our heads around the whole 'giant-headed figure' fad, but we can look past the distorted proportions of this Iron Man Mark II because it's the first Stark figure we've found that actually flies. Or floats, at least, thanks to an electromagnetic powered base that doubles as a lovely display stand. »
A dedicated comic book superhero super fan just did God's work: he stitched together all the Marvel Phase 1 and Phase 2 movies into chronological order. Which means you could theoretically watch the entire story unfold in one consistent timeline that makes sense. »