Though harmless and kind of silly on the surface, the so-called “real-life superhero” movement has nonetheless split people into two warring camps.
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.
The Watchman is collecting toys, art supplies, and money for two charities
Real Life Superheroes are protecting communities like Riverwest for the greater good.
Mark Metcalf of Third Digest blogs about Tea Krulos and the Riverwest Real Life Superheroes.
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 …
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 …
RLSH team up July 30-31. Patrol and participation in the Riverwest 24 bike race.
Tea Krulos types about his book HEROES IN THE NIGHT as well as his experiences within the RLSH culture
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 …