Tony Swatton and the rest of his team from the Man at Arms series are back with another real-life take on an anime weapon. This time it's Black Star's Chain Scythe from Soul Eater, and you can see how it was made after the jump.
Master swordsmith Tony Swatton has made plenty of blades from games and movies over the course of the Man at Arms series, but has he ever tackled one you could put inside a Pokéball? A wild Honedge appears as Swatton and his team attempt to create a real-life version of the sharp-edged Pokémon after the jump.
Everyone's favorite weapon-forging web series, Man at Arms, is back with another real-world crack at a fantastic video game blade. This time Tony Swatton and co. are taking on Chrom's Falchion from Fire Emblem: Awakening, so see how the final product turned out after the jump.
Man at Arms—the web series that has master swordsmith Tony Swatton forging fan-favorite blades from games, movies, and TV—is back for more, and this time the subject is God of War. Watch as the team brings Kratos' Blades of Chaos to life after the jump.
The always entertaining Man at Arms web series is back with another real world take on a classic video game weapon. This episode's oft-requested blade comes from The Legend of Zelda series, with Link's Master Sword taking a dip into the forge. See how it turned out after the jump.
Man at Arms features a blacksmith forging weapons from TV shows, games, and other popularly demanded sources, and the latest episode is a real treat for Kingdom Hearts fans. Watch as a real Keyblade is forged, given some extra sharp edges, and used to smash things after the jump.