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Iron Man 'Hulkbuster' to be on display at Tulsa City Hall

Posted at 4:16 PM, Oct 22, 2018
and last updated 2018-10-22 17:16:08-04

TULSA -- A larger-than-life Iron Man creation will make an appearance in downtown Tulsa on Tuesday at city hall.

On Tuesday from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., the Iron Man upgrade, which stands at 12 feet tall and weighs nearly 400 pounds, will stand in front of city hall.

Later in the fall, The Hulkbuster will make an appearance at the Tulsa Pop Culture Expo. 

Fans will be able to take photos, learn more about the expo, and enter for a chance to win free giveaways.

"We could not do something this huge without support in our community," said Ron Veit, president of Tulsa Pop Kids. "Each year we do a giant project, and this one was monstrous. The more we get the community engaged, the more excited they become."

The Tulsa Pop Culture Expo is Nov. 2-4 at the Renaissance Hotel in Tulsa.

The Hulkbuster by the numbers:

  • 2 - Trucks needed for transport
  • 4 - Number of people needed to assemble
  • 12 - Height (in feet)
  • 17 - Foam pieces needed to structure
  • 25 - Feet of steel tubing
  • 50 - Number of volunteers to create
  • 300+ - Pounds
  • 1,000- Hours volunteered on creation

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