Though harmless and kind of silly on the surface, the so-called “real-life superhero” movement has nonetheless split people into two warring camps.

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A phenomenon through the streets of several cities, halfway between reality and fiction. They are superheroes, hundreds of ordinary citizens who struggle against evil, dressed in trousers, coats and masks.

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Originally posted: http://www.upi.com/Odd_News/2010/10/04/Costumed-crime-fighter-watches-Milwaukee/UPI-51441286227453/ MILWAUKEE, Oct. 4 (UPI) — Somebody in Milwaukee is on a personal anti-crime crusade — and he’s got the costume to prove it, observers say. Armed with a flashlight and pepper spray, the Watchman — he won’t …

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I first encountered Tea Krulo’s work in an article he wrote almost a year ago in The Boston Phoenix spotlighting Real Life Superheroes in New England. It didn’t take long for me to contact him and ask him to joinForces of Geek.Fortunately, he …

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MILWAUKEE, Wisconsin – Move over, Spiderman!  Here comes “the Watchman.” He’s a real-life super-hero, keeping his eyes on Milwaukee. “The Watchman” looks out for people who could be getting themselves in trouble — who mistakenly walk into a dark alley …

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