Blacksmiths Made Kill la Kill's Scissor Blade Out of Actual Scissors

Being able to 3D print anything you'd like is great and all, but it's not exactly the most fun thing a modern blacksmith can do.


So in an effort to be creative, the folks at AWE me decided that they wouldn't just make Kill la Kill's iconic blade. Instead, they hammered down a ton of actual scissors, and reshaped them into a huge deadly blade. While their version of the Scissor Blade can't magically transform, it can extend. And, if you take a closer look, you can also see all the smaller scissors making up the blade, too. Very cool!

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I haven't watched the video, so I ask: does it extend? Because it has to extend.