From the moronic mind of BATFAN comes the motion picture event of the afternoon: IRON CAN, the incredible true story of the founding member of the legendary Appliance Alliance™.
Ultra Downy Jr. (now with floral scent!) stars as Tony Starch: Genius. Billionaire. Philanthropist. Can of fabric softener.
After being pressured into revealing his secret identity, Starch attracts the attention of the nefarious Fabrice Crimp, leader of a cult of creased cottons who believes that since the world isn’t flat, nothing should be.
Only Iron Can has the power-setting to flatten Fabrice and put an end to his ruffled reign of terror. No one straight is safe. Everyone bent is probably ok for once. The fate of looking presentable in a button-up rests on the nozzle of one can.
But even the greatest of heroes eventually run out of steam…
(Actually, IRON CAN is an Iron Man parody by Anders Wotzke and Michael Nixon, made in our spare time over the last two years because it turns out making a household iron fly and blow stuff up is really, really hard when you have no idea what the hell you’re doing.
So if you enjoyed this video, please like, comment, share, subscribe, and pretend your steam iron is secretly a superhero who flattens his foes like a goddamn badass. Just expect some weird looks from your cat.)
Anders Wotzke: Producer, Writer, Director, Editor, Visual Effects Artist, Compositor and Sound Designer.
Mike Nixon: Co-director, 3D Modeller and Animator.
Jack Sumner, Emily Ingram, Jakub Wilk, Caitlin Mann, Tassy Serradura, Anders Wotzke and Mike Nixon. Y’all are awesome.
Our boss who very kindly let us use company computers and licenses for development and rendering after hours.
Family and friends who kept bloody asking “is it done yet?”
Marvel for not suing us please.
Video Co-pilot and Adobe for making so much of this project possible on a budget.
Everyone who didn’t unsubscribe from my dormant channel and had faith I’d return!