As if the unreality of superpowers wasn't enough, it turns out there's another problem with the idea of being a real-life superhero: Being charged with assault by the very lawbreakers who you've sworn to protect society from. The latest exam
Seattle's resident costumed crime fighter Phoenix Jones, arguably the posterboy for the "real life superhero" movement, revealed his secret identity to the world yesterday. The unmasking came as something of a response to his arrest earlier this week for allegedly assaulting several people with pepper spra
With "Kick-Ass" prepared to be shot off into filmic infinity this Friday, the ad campaign has really hit the swoon-inducing mark. One can't even make it through fifteen minutes of UFC carnage without the curly-haired protagonist asking, as the source material did, "How come nobody's ever tried to be a superhero?"