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Link Ink: New Marvel Minimates, A Stardust The Super Wizard Figure And Phoenix Jones Fights


Toys: Art Asylum has released designs for its upcoming Marvel Minimates Series 50 fan poll winners. I'm personally digging that Cyborg Spidey and Onslaught.

Digital: Digital Manga will will suspend its print line from January through June of 2013 to focus on their digital line for a bit...

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Real Life Supervillain Rex Velvet Continues His Viral War Against Phoenix Jones [Video]


The surreal (and, yet, more real than most) battle for Seattle continues, it seems, as Seattle's self-styled super villain Rex Velvet has released another video teasing an upcoming showdown between good and evil...

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Seattle Super Villain Rex Velvet Has Big Plans for Phoenix Jones [Interview]


One of the most persistent themes of the superhero genre is that, just by virtue of superheroes existing, super criminals will rise up to challenge them. This month, life imitated art as bowler-hatted, mustachioed super villain Rex Velvet blasted onto the scene in his home city of Seattle, which also serves as hub for the Rain City Superhero Movement, a real-life crime fighting group led by Phoenix Jones...

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Phoenix Jones Battles Pepper Spraying Allegations After Seattle May Day Protests


Like some kind of real world version of Watchmen's deconstruction and debasement of the super heroic ideal, yesterday's May Day protests showed the potentially ugly side of real life "citizen superheroes," with their reaction to the Seattle protests proving to be what some might consider a little heavy-handed...

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Real-Life Super-Villain Rex Velvet Terrorizes Seattle With Hilarious YouTube Video


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...

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‘Real-Life Superhero’ Phoenix Jones Loses Job, Prohibited from Working with Children


There's more bad news from the saga of Phoenix Jones. The Seattle-based vigilante whom for many exemplified the "real-life superhero" trend has been fired from his job following a recent arrest for assault and subsequent unmasking...

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‘Real Life Superhero’ Phoenix Jones Unmasks After Dodging Assault Charges


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 spray in what he's characterized as an attempt to break up a fight on social media and with the posting of a video of the encounter...

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Phoenix Jones And Other ‘Real Life Super-Heroes’ Still Crazy, Still Likeable


If you spend enough time skimming the increasing number of profiles about the "real life superhero" movement, the sparkling sentiment behind helping others can quickly lose its luster. Are these costumed citizens really making a difference or are their adventures and potential demises just easy punchlines on the evening news...

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