Many Marvel movie fans dream of bringing the action home, but unless they’ve got a few billion dollars lying around, or access to an unsecured gamma radiation lab, those dreams remain in slumberland.
However, some dreamers aren’t content to leave their superheroic aspirations in the Land of Nod, so they take it upon themselves to make those dreams into a geeky reality.
Xing Yile is a middle school teacher from Zhengzou, China who wanted to bring the Hulkbuster armor worn by Tony Stark in Avengers Age of Ultron to life, so he found an underground parking garage and went to work.
Two months later he and a friend completed construction on an eleven-foot-tall replica of the Hulkbuster suit, which is made of "over 100 fiberglass-reinforced plastic components" and looks intimidating enough to stop the Hulk dead in his tracks.
The funny part is- Xing had only seen the trailer for the movie when he started building the suit. Imagine how much more impressed he'll be with his build when he gets to see the whole movie!