Things We Saw Today: Inventor Builds Hydraulic Hulkbuster Suit from Parts Bought on eBay
What could possibly go wrong?
Youtube’s resident mad scientist Colin Furze is back with a brand new video showing off his latest creation: a hydraulic Hulkbuster suit built entirely out of parts he sourced from eBay. Furze previously built this epic replica of a Star Wars AT-ACT for son, as well as a set of pneumatic Wolverine claws and a flame-throwing guitar inspired by Mad Max: Fury Road.
The ten-foot tall Hulkbuster suit is strong enough to hold a full-grown man, and features a power fist in one hand and a flame-thrower in the other. Furze spent two months building the suit, which houses three hydraulic pumps inside it’s steel frame. Is there anything this guy can’t build?
(via Nerdist, image: Marvel Studios)
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