Yeah, so we here at Bit Rebels are huge Iron Man fans. We have talked about those movies, posted articles about them and debated whether or not Batman could really kick Iron Man’s butt. And no, I am not going to tell you the outcome of our debate on that one. Evidently we have a thing for technology and gadgets, and I think that Iron Man is the epicenter of technology in a movie (except for Terminator of course).
There are a few people out there who are actually working on their own Mark I Iron Man suits; however, they will be used for more industrial purposes. The Exoskeleton is one of those builds that’s being developed as we speak. But still, those suits are not even close to what the Iron Man suit can muster in terms of firepower and protection. Or so I think, we haven’t heard from the guys behind the Exoskeleton for quite a while now. Maybe they’re hiding in their cave playing frag with each other these days. We never know, right?
If you’re looking for more Iron Man related real news, I think we’d do best by checking out Wang Xiao Kang‘s awesome $460 build. It’s nothing less then a replica of Mr. Stark‘s Mark I epic Iron Man suit. Not only is it awesome, it’s also the closest to the real Iron Man suit you will ever come. It’s all cosplay of course, but the features look so real that this probably is even more real than the Iron Man suit itself. Mr. Stark’s suit is only a movie prop, this one’s for real. Well, almost I guess.
I sure wouldn’t mind taking this one for a spin. Sure, the red suit looks slightly more… well, awesome! This one is a Mark I, and that in itself is badass if you ask me. The first generation of stuff is always the version that goes retro. So I guess no matter what Mr. Stark says, this thing is from China, period! Next time they make a movie, I think they should reference this because it’s badass. Well, then again, maybe it really was originally made in a cave somewhere. Ah, dangit! Now you got me confused. Watch and enjoy!Build, china, cosplay, Inspiration, iron man, Mark I, Real, retro, Suit
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This post was written by Richard Darell