U.S. sleep in peace while the crime-fighting masked superheroes
Real Life Superheroes are protecting communities like Riverwest for the greater good.
Real-life superheroes have become a big phenomena.
“I don’t go around and look for people who park their car wrong,” Phoenix says. “I do acts of violence — I physically saw you assault another person and I intervened.”
“Seattle police think they’re silly at best, dangerous at worst,” says Curtis Cartier at Seattle Weekly. One masked vigilante was almost shot by cops after running out of a darkened park, for example.
Originally posted: http://abclocal.go.com/wpvi/story?section=news/special_reports&id=7803443 LYNDHURST, N.J. – November 22, 2010 (WPVI) — Superheroes have been a part of our popular culture for generations. But you may be surprised to know that an actual real-life superhero community exists. At first you might …
Seattle police discovered the true identity of “Phoenix”,
With films like Kick-Ass and Super, which depict average people deciding to become superheroes, and the popularity of the superhero genre generally
Maybe not all the “superheroes” keep completely within the realms of the law, but it seems that the majority are trying to make a difference in their communities by helping the less fortunate, and doing charitable work.
Originally posted: http://ajfederation.wordpress.com/2010/11/19/real-life-super-heroes/ By far the most fascinating story I’ve read in a while. Seattle has it’s own league of super heroes, and they mean business. Phoenix Jones had a few Seattle media interviews to explain this craziness. The bottom …