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Despite constantly reassuring yourself in the mirror, sadly you're still not a convincing action hero.

The failed low-stakes stunts, the lack of well-timed one-liners and the inability to impress women with your recklessness has made being the next Arnie, yet another thing you've failed at.

All might not be lost though. Everyone knows that to be a truly great action hero, you need a doll with your face on so that boisterous 10-year-olds can fight wars with your plastic hands and dream that one day they'll be just like you.

Thankfully, those worryingly clever Japanese folk have come up with a way for this to come true. The Clone Factory uses a complex process to create a doll that will be your miniature double, through multi-angle photography, face-mapping, and custom 3D printing.

You can see some of the impressively creepy results above, and the process below, but don't get too excited. A clone doll will cost you just over £1,000 and possibly your soul.

(Images: Danny Choo)



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