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Iron Man

  1. GOTG Is Now Marvel’s Biggest Franchise-Starter (And Bad News For Iron Man Fans)

    How many times have you seen it, now?

    Hey, a-holes, here's something to get excited about: after a month in theaters, Guardians of the Galaxy has officially topped 2008's Iron Man as Marvel's biggest-earning franchise-starting film ever. Ooga awesome.

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  2. Our Own Sam Maggs Explains Her Love For Robert Downey, Jr.

    Not coincidentally, most of the related posts I found were written by Sam.

    Hearken back to that long ago time of "last weekend," the time when our associate editor Sam Maggs was my counterpart. I am very glad that she has leveled up, but I admit that my work day doesn't feel the same without her. So, in lieu of her actually being here (sob), I'm going to share this video of her unabashedly fangirling over Robert Downey, Jr. Take it away, Sam.

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  3. Robert Downey Jr. Gets Doused In A Bucket Of Ice – For Charity

    Stay frosty, Iron Man.

    Robert Downey Jr. (aka the world's best human) has decided to participate in the Ice Bucket Challenge for ALS - and you'll probably love the person that gets to do the icing. And, actually, the people he challenges in return.

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  4. Wesley Snipes Takes Credit For RDJ’s Iron Man, Talks Blade’s Effect On Marvel Films, & Makes A Subtle Dig At David Goyer

    Snipes, no sniping!

    If I'm being honest, I don't remember a whole lot about Blade: Trinity. Jessica Biel played Hawkeye, right?

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  5. Things We Saw Today: An Iron Man Bath Sponge, for Reasons

    More like, "Things we can't unsee today."

    What do punches smell like though? For those of you who like your sponges anthropomorphized and frowning, the kit comes complete with lip balm, shampoo, and body soap. Again, someone please purchase this and inform what punches smell like.

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  6. Things We Saw Today: To-Scale Rocket Raccoon Cosplay

    Alright, kid, let me see your snarl!

    The only thing capable of trumping Vin Diesel on stilts is the inevitable child cosplay. Check out some of Rocket's moves over on Tyndalecode's Instagram.

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  7. Nestlé Wants to Build a Food Replicator, Calling It “Iron Man” and Not Some Star Trek Joke Why Exactly?

    Tea. Earl grey. Hot.

    magine a machine that can mix nutrients and provide you with the perfect food-like substance for your needs. Now stop it. That's what's Nestle is imagining, so you can start imagining something else -- like a Star Trek related name instead of the "Iron Man" which is what Nestle wants to call this thing.

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  8. A Man in a Mind-Controlled Exoskeleton Opened the World Cup Yesterday, and Everyone Should Know About It

    Robots >Sports. Always.

    The World Cup opened yesterday with a kick off by Juliano Pinto, a 29-year-old paralyzed from the waist down. The magnitude of Pinto's appearance was largely overlooked in the excitement of other opening day festivities (thanks a lot, Pitbull's pants!) so if you managed to miss the triumph in robotics, we've got video and info right here.

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  9. Things We Saw Today: Super Captain Wolverine Man

    Things We Saw Today

    Quick! Get Hollywood on the phone! (via Geeks Are Sexy)

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  10. These Illustrated Superhero Silhouettes Shed Light On Origin Stories

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    Superhero origins are often frightening or humbling, and I think that's what we love about them. We love the idea that an ordinary human being can become something extraordinary. We love the idea that even gods and aliens can find kinship with humanity. I see those qualities reflected in Khoa Ho's "Superheroes - Past/Present" poster series, and I admire how simply that effect is achieved. Click through for a sampling of his work. Prints are available at Hero Complex Gallery.

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