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Shattered Dimensions: Villains

Shattered Dimensions: Villains

Get a brief, but exciting look at the villains in the new Spider-Man game, Shattered Dimensions. We think Goblin looks the coolest, but Kraven and Hammerhead will probably kick your ass too.

Dance, Spider-Man, Dance

Dance, Spider-Man, Dance

With a little help from Michael Bublé, Spider-Man pull us into his web with this demonstration of one of his lesser-known talents. More jazz hands, Spidey! (Thanks for the tip, Theylan!)

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Superhero Sculptures

Superhero Sculptures

Sculptor Adrian Tranquill made these lifelike superheroes for his Heroes: The Route of Exposure exhibition. The monochromatic figures were created to show the frailty of these iconic heroes.

Miniature Dark Knight Armory

Miniature Dark Knight Armory

This incredible 1/6th-scale diorama of Bruce Wayne’s armory from The Dark Knight is an major feat in model-making. Built by Gee-Whiz Customs, it’s just like the original, only much, much smaller.

BOOOM! Mashup Tees

BOOOM! Mashup Tees

Design team Dark Igloo’s BOOOM! shirts debuted at the 2010 MoCCA Festival. The white shirt features a mix of 13 heroes, while the black shirt has 10 villains. Can you name all of them?

Funny: Spider-Man’s Weakness

Funny: Spider-Man’s Weakness

Judging from this short film, Spider-Man is clearly a lot less advanced than other superheroes. Don’t expect him to fix any of the world’s big problems. Actually, don’t expect him to solve any problems.

The Incredible Flash Hoodie

The Incredible Flash Hoodie

If you’re a big comic book fan and don’t mind looking like a complete fool, here’s a hoodie that’s looks just like speed-demon The Flash. Hopefully, if you’re really fast, nobody will see you wearing it.

Spider-Man Shattered Dimensions

Spider-Man Shattered Dimensions

Shattered Dimensions is a beat-em-up with web-slinging and melee combat, in which Spidey bounces between multiple parallel worlds, including a 1930s-inspired Spider-Man Noir universe.

TV Spot: Iron Man 2

TV Spot: Iron Man 2

The latest trailer for Iron Man 2 popped up during Nickelodeon’s Kids Choice Awards and features a few new VFX scenes, and a brief, humorous cameo by Inglewood’s iconic Randy’s Donuts sign.

The Flash T-shirt

The Flash T-shirt

Nearly every superhero struggles with balancing their privacy with serving the public, but this The Flash t-shirt isn’t what we had in mind: his private life gets very, very public.

Iron Man Auction

Iron Man Auction

You probably won’t be getting a functional Arc Reactor, but Propworx’ Iron Man Prop & Costume Auction is as real as it gets for Tony Stark fans; it’ll include 225 props from the movie.

Invincible Iron Man Omnibus

Invincible Iron Man Omnibus

Eisner Award-winning comic The Invincible Iron Man is now available as an Omnibus; Volume 1 includes issues 1-19, from his fight with Ezekiel Stane to his days as a fugitive.

HT Iron Man: War Machine

HT Iron Man: War Machine

Even Tony Stark would be impressed with Hot Toys’ rendition of War Machine; the 1:6 scale Iron Man figure features two portraits and articulating fingers, gatling gun, and waist plates.

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Hardcore Gamer’s IQ Test

Hardcore Gamer’s IQ Test

The Hardcore Gamer’s IQ Test will require all your 8-bit superhero powers; the result of 8 months of work, it packs in 375 games and more than 425 characters and is available as a poster.

Iron Man: Animated Series

Iron Man: Animated Series

Available 5/4/10: whether you’re a fan of its formulaic first season or story-arc style second season, get all 26 episodes of 1994’s Iron Man Animated Series; it ships as a 3-disc DVD set.

Steampunk Prof. X Wheelchair

Steampunk Prof. X Wheelchair

Daniel Valdez’s Steampunk Professor X. Wheelchair is epic: made with a 150 year-old rocking chair, it’s powered with Arduino/Adafruit and has chilled vodka and cranberry juice on tap.

Trailer 2: Iron Man 2

Trailer 2: Iron Man 2

The second Iron Man 2 trailer is up and runs over 2 minutes; no surprises here in terms of awesomeness (it is), but we’ll be “brief” and say that it’s worth watching all the way to the end.

Short Film: My Way

Short Film: My Way

Sure, it starts (and ends) like a cheesy Korean soap opera, but Team Bay’s My Way has a meaty center of awesomery-goodness packed with a German Wolverine, ninjas, and heinous head butts.

Twitter: DRUNK HULK

Twitter: DRUNK HULK

Mixing all caps tweets with pop-culture commentary, DRUNK HULK is surprisingly witty for a green drinkin’ machine: REPORTER WANT BE OBJECTIVE! NEWSPAPER SAY HE KANT!

1:6 Iron Man Mark III

1:6 Iron Man Mark III

Hot Toys goes all out with this stunning 12″ Iron Man Mark III; made with over 300 pieces, it includes light-up eyes/ARC reactor, 7 pairs of hands, 2 chest plates, 2 helmets, and more.

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Fantastic Four Omnibus

Fantastic Four Omnibus

It’s not the two movie travesties but issues 554-569 of the Fantastic Four comic by Bryan Hitch and Mark Millar (the latter of Kick-Ass and Wanted fame); the 400 pg. Omnibus ships 2/10/2010.

Diorama: X-Force

Diorama: X-Force

The X-Men’s militant counterparts, X-Force, get a detailed polystone diorama that Cable would be proud of; it features Warpath, Wolfsbane, X-23, and Wolverine, the latter with two portraits.

Wolverine Jacket

Wolverine Jacket

No claws or sideburns, but this Wolverine Jacket is an official replica from the first X-Men film with hand-distressed genuine leather, metal dog tags, and an X-Men sew-in label.

Movie Trailer 2: Kick Ass

Movie Trailer 2: Kick Ass

The Hit Girl trailer still rocks our purple socks, but this second trailer for Kick Ass gives the other superheroes some screen time while introducing the movie’s decidedly un-super villains.

War Machine Costume

War Machine Costume

It’s still a work in progress, but Anthony Le’s War Machine looks ready for Iron Man 2; it’s made with urethane and features a minigun and light-up eyes, arc reactor and gauntlets.

DIY: Iron Man Papercraft

DIY: Iron Man Papercraft

Shunichi Makin’s been busy ever since his mini-HAL 9000; he’s created not one but three super-deformed versions of Iron Man in papercraft, each with 3-4 printable PDF files.

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