I think we've all had a time in our lives when we wish we had Wolverine's claws, right? I mean, sometimes you just get so frustrated that you just really need the ability to stab something with six razor-sharp Adamantium claws from your knuckles, like when you're stuck in traffic, or when a giant racist robot kills your best friend Morph. We've all been there. The thing is, all of us haven't gone out to the garage to build a fully working set of Wolverine claws that both pop and retract.
That's because all of us are not Colin Furze, whose demented mechanical genius has led him to be best known for souping up a mobility scooter to get speeds of 70 miles per hour. Over the past few days, he's launched into a series of "DIY X-Men" projects, starting with the Wolverine's claws.
I realize that this isn't going to shock anyone, but for real? I am totally into bizarre food-related tie-ins for superhero movies. And as a result, I am way too excited about a pair of new burgers from Red Robin (the fast food chain, not DC's Tim Drake) meant to cash in on the upcoming The Wolverine movie.
Just say, for example, you happen to have a set of replica Wolverine claws in your possession. Do you (a) keep them in a place of prized possession, admiring them from afar except for the occasional use during cosplay every now and again, or (b) use them against a roommate, who also happens to be dating your mother? One Utah resident allegedly made the wrong choice, with horrific consequences.19-year-old Kristopher Ryan Huff
Now that Wolverine's a movie star and all, lots of people are attempting to imitate the just so-so CGI of his trademark claws by making their own with spring-loaded arm sheaths, bladed brass knuckles, and even a wearable version made out of balloons,
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