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Avengers Age Of Ultron: Australian Review

This is it. No more origin stories. No more unlikely heroes come together at the last minute: it’s on. The Avengers are an established team, and they’re back to kick a whole planet’s worth of arse in The Avengers: Age Of Ultron. In case you’re wondering, it’s practically perfect.


Avengers Age Of Ultron: Australian Spoiler-Free Review

There’s nothing quite like the feeling of surprise and delight when you see something amazing in a movie. To keep that feeling alive for you, we’ve prepared a review of the new Avengers sequel that is deliciously spoiler-free.


This Sixth-Scale War Machine Will Make You Want Your Own Shoulder Cannon

Iron Man’s got the best one-liners and a shiny red suit, but when it comes to seriously wreaking havoc, everyone secretly wishes they could suit up in War Machine’s armour. And Hot Toys new sixth-scale version of the War Machine Mark II suit, from the upcoming Avengers: Age of Ultron sequel, is easily the next best thing.


Tony Stark Should Have Painted His Iron Man Suit Stealthy From Day One

It’s not that there’s anything wrong with the hot rod-inspired gold and red colour scheme of Tony Stark Iron Man’s armour. It’s just that this Stealth Mode Version, pegged to the upcoming Avengers sequel, looks about a thousand times more sleek and stunning. And Hot Toys 1/6th-scale version of the re-painted Mark VII perfectly captures every last detail of the armour.


Robert Downey Jr Delivers Real Iron Man Bionic Arm To Armless Kid

I’m a sucker for happy stories, I make no excuses. So, when I saw Alex — a seven-year-old boy who was born with a partially developed arm and loves superheroes — meeting with Tony Stark himself — played by Robert Downey Jr — my heart started to melt. Then I saw Alex in awe with his new bionic arm, I was like…


It Turns Out There's Even A Tiny Iron Man Inside That Hulkbuster Figure

If you thought you’d seen all the wonderfulness there is to see with Hot Toys’ 1:6-scale Iron Man Hulkbuster figure, you were wrong. It’s apparently hiding even more secret details the company is slowly revealing. Like not only is the figure’s helmet removable, but it actually pops off to reveal a tiny Iron Man Mark 43 bust on the inside.


Superhero Helmets Unfortunately Won't Make You Invincible On The Road

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 $US500 to $US800 depending on the amount of detail required to recreate a design, but you can also save a few bucks on the process by supplying your own helmet.


An Electromagnet Makes This Iron Man Fly, Not An Arc Reactor

Toys: 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.


Superfan Edited Marvel Superhero Movies Into Chronological Order

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.


Wearable Marvel Sleeping Bags Prep You For Some Really Heroic Dreams

If you’ve never seen or heard of the Selk’bag wearable sleeping bags before, you’re getting up to speed at the perfect time. You can think of them as a one-piece pajama for adults except with the same amount of insulation you’d find in a sleeping bag, so they will keep you extra warm at night. And now they’re available in four Marvel-themed versions letting you seed some truly memorable dreams.