That was our grand total of gifts given to those in need this year.
We’ll see you guys next year!
All right, Guys. When we first started up only a short month and a half ago for the season, I had made a post about getting Iron Man to come to Kentucky to visit a very special kid I know. And by special, I mean he’s absolutely incredible. :)
Everyone told me to make my plea at /r/cosplay , so I did!
Here is the original post: http://www.reddit.com/r/cosplay/comments/12k8oj/request_iron_man_cosplayer_are_you_out_there_can/
I was overwhelmed with the offers I received on someone playing Cameron’s Iron Man. But I could only choose one. Hardest decision of my life!
This awesome guy answered the call to arms, http://www.reddit.com/user/MartyJMcFly and we added each other on Facebook to get to work.
After gathering a few facts on Cameron from his parents, who are my co-workers, I wrote out a script and sent it off to our Iron Man. He in turn did the voice over (which he let me listen to along the way) and then we finally made it to the stage where it was completed!
Here is the video that Iron Man made for Cameron :http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j8Jkjtol7_o
Well, I sent the video along to his parents, and they were so excited after they seen it that they had to wake him up to let him see it, too.
Here is Cameron’s reaction.:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RFGL_sPsOWY&feature=youtu.be His father told me that Cameron rarely makes facial expressions, so this was truly a blessing to see. It melted my heart.
And you know what made this even better? Cameron made a reply video to his favorite superhero.: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XJE2IkiXbNA&feature=youtu.be
Random Acts of Christmas truly does try to give every child what they want most for Christmas, and we were able to accomplish that for Cameron.
Merry Christmas, Cameron.
Thank you, **Iron Man.**