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As this clip from the upcoming Iron Man 2 movie shows, Tony Stark requires nearly two minutes to actually enter a building – or in this case the Stark Expo stage. His probable excuse for the wait is great though.
It won’t turn you into Tony Stark – or Robert Downey Jr – but it will power the electromagnet in your heart, protecting you from all that shrapnel. Just $US8.
Of course this Iron Man anime is totally badass—Japan’s made cartoons about dudes in robot suits for over 40 years. And of course, Iron Man is blowing up a bunch of other dudes in crazy robot suits.