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The Best Gift For Comic Book Geeks This Christmas Will Set You Back US$360,000

Ever since Iron Man opened in theatres in 2008, the world became fascinated with his suit but knew that while it looked remarkably realistic on the silver screen, it was nothing more than CGI magic.

Very few real-life replicas have come close to imitating and detailing the intricate elements towards Iron Man’s suit, until now.

Chinese company The Toys Asia has come up with a life-size Iron Man suit that moves, animates and transitions like it does in the movie.

Using 46 motors to power the 567 parts of the suit, this Stark Tech armour can be completely opened using a remote control, revealing the extremely detailed design components within itself.

While owners of the suit can’t exactly step inside due to the motors, it’s probably the most advanced version that we have in store.

The suit will set you back US$360,000, which comes with its own display stand to match that Stormtrooper suit in the bedroom. Production is also limited to just 50, so it’s safe to say the suit will be a worthy investment for the future.

Pre-orders are opened now but fanboys might have to be patient as the current estimated production and shipping time is at eight months.

The Best Gift For Comic Book Geeks This Christmas Will Set You Back US$360,000

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