A French Inventor Created a Working Green Goblin Glider And It’s Amazing
Look! Up in the sky! It’s a bird! It’s a plane!
No, my mistake. It’s a guy with an assault rifle on a real-world version of Spider-Man villain Green Goblin’s high-tech glider. That’s ... not scary at all?
Take a look at this video from Sky News, featuring French inventor Frank Zapata taking part in his country’s annual Bastille Day festivities. That device he’s atop is a creation of his own design called a “flyboard.” And it’s an honest-to-goodness Goblin Glider. As you can see in the video, he can even wield a large gun while operating it.
Norman Osborn would be so proud! Take a look for yourself:
Zapata invented the flyboard a few years ago. Here’s some more incredible footage of it in action.
I’m super impressed. But if Mr. Zapata tries to create a super soldier serum, and then becomes enraged when one of his underling scientists claims it needs to be taken back to formula because it’s too unstable, and then he experiments on himself and turns himself into an monstrous killer, I am not supporting his GoFundMe to create a consumer-grade version of the Flyboard. That’s where I draw the line.
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