It's been a while, but one of ComicsAlliance's primary goals has always been to chronicle the many ways in which our world is becoming more like the work visionary comic book creator/prophet Rob Liefeld. It's happening, folks, and the sooner we all accept that, the better off we're all going to be. I'm not sure if anything will ever top the bayonet attachment that lets you mount a gun on another gun, but if anything comes close, it's going to be a high tech, lightweight suit of armor designed for the exclusive purpose of letting people hit each other with sticks.
This, my friends, is exactly what we're getting from Sydney, Astralia's Chiron Global and their latest innovation, the Unified Weapons Master armor. Meant for full-contact martial arts and weaponry battles, the armor can take a punch from a Muay Thai master or shatter an Eskrima stick upside the head with no ill effect to the wearer. It's actually pretty cool, as evidenced by the video below.
Here at ComicsAlliance, we're pretty big fans of Rex Velvet, the self-proclaimed real-life super-villain operating out of Seattle who has pit himself against what he considers to be the "silly nerds" of the real-life super-hero community. Up to now, Velvet's sinister exploits have mostly been limited to surprisingly well-produced
Remember that part at the end of Batman Begins, where Commissioner Gordon talks to Batman about escalation, and warns him that simply by existing as a super-hero, he's opening the door to an equal response from the world of villainy? Well, it turns out those same rules apply here in the real world. This we
Since the formation of Batman Incorporated, Bruce Wayne has recruited operatives in France, England, Africa and Japan, but apparently there's at least one place where the new hires just aren't working out: Petoskey, Michigan, where an ersatz Dark Knight was arrested by police who found him hanging from a ledge.According to a police report posted by The Smoking Gun, the Batman of Coastal Michigan was pu
Here at ComicsAlliance, we've been keeping tabs on the "Real Life Super-Heroes" for a while, chronicling the triumphs of Phoenix Jones, Guardian of Seattle and the somewhat-less-than-triumphs of Tennesee's Viper, and today, there's a new champion of justice walking the streets: The Statesman, stalwart defender of Birmingham, UK!
In what is surely just the first shot fired in the inevitable war between the authorities and masked vigilantes, the police of Columbia, Tennessee have demanded that the local superhero, the Viper, cease his activities in the fair southern U.S. city. The move, reported by AB
Last Sunday, an attempted car theft in Seattle was thwarted by a super-hero, and when I say "a super-hero," I don't mean that in the sense that, as Superman says, we can all be super-heroes if we do the right thing and care about each other
Reality has taken a definite turn for the comic-booky. If you're like me, when you saw the "real-life superhero" weirdness like Dark Guardian on G4 Underground or Shadow Hare on CNN, you laughed so hard you threw your back out, and immediately wanted to go out and maim th
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