A 26-year-old art teacher in China showed his love for Marvel's superheroes by building his own version of the Hulkbuster armor.
Xing Yile worked with friends to build the 11-footsuit after watching a trailer for the blockbuster film "Avengers: Age of Ultron" in March, completing the project in two months, according to Business Insider.
Iron Man, a.k.a. Tony Stark (played by Robert Downey, Jr.), built the Hulkbuster in the film as a suit for fighting the Hulk in case the jolly green giant lost control and posed a threat to civilians.
Xing teaches at a middle-school in central Chinese province of Henan and refers to himself as a super fan of American science fiction films, Mashable reported.
The teacher's Hulkbuster, which weighs half a tone and was built with 100 fiberglass parts, was revealed to the world during the "Avengers" sequel's release in China on May 12.
The giant suit of armor even has its own sidekick, which comes in the form of miniature version of the regular Iron Man armor.
"Avengers: Age of Ultron" made $626 million worldwide in its opening weekend, making $932.2 million worldwide as of Wednesday ($607.4 million internationally and $324.8 million).