More than 200 people around the world are part of the Real Life Superhero Movement, which is inspired by the caped crusaders from comic books and films. Real life superheroes perform deeds such as safety patrols and feeding the homeless.
Phoenix Jones, Knight Owl and Thanatos interviewed by the Minaret. Photos by George McCaughan
Seattle police discovered the true identity of “Phoenix”,
Miss Cellania continues her review of RLSH Nationwide
Miss Cellania of Mental Floss blogs about RLSH located in the South of the United States.
Jeff Sparkman of Nerd Bastards gives some advice to real life superheroes
From Motor Mouth: For those of you in California, Arizona, & Nevada, I have a surprise for you… I’m holding an RLSH Workshop, BBQ, & patrol on Saturday, the 28th of August. – Mega-Rad is going over information gathering techniques. …
Tea Krulos writes about the different approaches to being a real life superhero.
With just a suit (or a pair of knickers), a cape and a mask to be like Batman and Man Spider or so.