A series of battery operated Marvel superhero Nightlights ”3D Wall Art” created by 3D Light FX. You can choose your favorite superhero to have it mounted on your wall.
All of the 3D Nightlights come with a 3D crack sticker, giving you the illusion that the light is breaking through your wall. Either way, it looks awesome turned on or off. The 3D Marvel Super Hero Nightlights are available for purchase at Target.
A couple of years back an idea was suggested to Detroit Mayor Dave Bing that a statue of the American Sci-Fi movie character RoboCop movie would make a great ambassador for the city of Detroit. Someone took the project and raised over $60,000 to actually build a 10-foot-tall statue of one of the city’s most famous icons.
The statue is on its way to Detroit, where it will be cast and manufactured in bronze by Venus Bronze Works.
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A live-sized custom made remote controlled Superman! The DC Comics superhero replica was spotted flying above the coast of South California. This custom made device is not the first of its kind, as there were similar versions like the flying Iron Man were made in the past. Watch the video below.
Marvel puts Tony Stark’s new suit on display at the Comic-Con. The Iron Man 3 movie is in production now in North Carolina, but the guys at Marvel wanted to surprise the crowd at the Comic Con to show off the latest Iron Man armor suit.
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He started off with a helmet and end up make the whole suit. Mark Pearson from Bradford, West Yorkshire UK built an amazing life-size replica of the Iron Man outfit using fibre glass and 400 sheets of cardboard that were carved into silicone mold, it took him 14 months building the model suit.
As you can see from the above picture, mark is a 5ft 6in and won’t fit into the 6ft 2in suit, so he asked his friend Darren Higgins who took some time out from managing his local supermarket to wear the costume.
Another cool homemade suit -picture above- was made by Anthony Le from Inglewood, California. He built an Iron Man suit made out of eco-friendly recycled plastic. He created a couple of models, in my opinion this is one of his best suits. He integrated LED lights for the eyes and the nuclear reactor with a motorized face plate. It took him about two weeks to built it. Watch him showing off his suit in the video below.