Tag: Salt Lake City

The group, called the Black Monday Society, formed about five years ago when founder Dave Montgomery, who started calling himself Insignis but recently has changed to Nihilist, had stopped drinking for about six months.

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At night he patrols the streets of Sydney and Brisbane, helping those in need and preventing crime. Cassandra Sharp reports.

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io9 comments on the Black Monday Society

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Fox 13 covers the Black Monday Society of of Salt Lake City

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There is actually a multitude of people, sans super powers, who have donned masks and capes, and stood guard over their respective cities.

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Carol Rucker of Associated Content reviews Real Life Superheroes and Kick-Ass

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Michael Parker of the Examiner.com reviews the Real Life Superhero Subculture

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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.

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Human evolution has finally taken a turn toward spandex. Superheroes aren’t just in movies; there are actually 200 registered real life superheroes on the World Superhero Registry.

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Holy Spandex! A herd of heroes

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