Robert Downey, Jr. presented one incredibly lucky kid with a working Iron Man prosthetic arm.

Robert Downey, Jr. presented one incredibly lucky kid with a working Iron Man prosthetic arm.
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The Avengers interview process.

I think the Avengers might have just inducted a new junior member. A seven-year-old kid named Alex recently had a special meeting with genius billionaire playboy philanthropist Tony Stark (alias Robert Downey, Jr.) in which he was gifted with an Iron Man-style bionic prosthetic for his partially developed right arm.

The high tech piece of machinery was developed by Albert Manero, whose non-profit organization Limbitless Solutions builds, as as Stark/Downey explains, 3D-printed artificial limbs "for families with kids who want to show the playground how badass they are":

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