Real-life superheroes have become a big phenomena.
With just a suit (or a pair of knickers), a cape and a mask to be like Batman and Man Spider or so.
Ordinary people wearing costumes and fake names to do good and fight crime. Meet the phenomenon of super-heroes in real life
Originally posted: http://panicdots.com/2010/04/kicking-ass-real-life-superheroes/ By Andrew Moore There was a question poised in Matthew Vaughn’s fantastic, action packed, superhero film, Kick Ass, when the protagonist – played by Aaron Johnson – asked his friends, why hasn’t anyone ever decided to become …
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Master Legend and Superhero give the low-down on the first Real Life Superhero Non-Profit Organization, Team Justice. Also read about Team Justice’s future plans to make the world a better place.
By Allison King.
n classic superhero style, citizens around the world are taking it upon themselves to fight crime. Just like their illustrated icons, “real-life superheroes” create a second identity and patrol the streets in the dark of the night.
Tiny Terror and Big Simon discuss the usefulness of the RLSH community
Un uomo si traveste da supereroe e pattuglia da due anni le strade di Napoli pronto a sventare piccoli crimini. Sembra un film, ma è tutto vero e questo giovane napoletano si fa chiamare Entomo.