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Real-Life Super-Villain Rex Velvet Foiled By 12 Year-Old Hero And The Make-A-Wish Foundation

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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

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

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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

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

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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. Real name Ben Fodor, Jones was employed as a teache

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

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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 costu

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Michigan Police Apprehend ‘Batman,’ Gain Record-High Approval From Supervillains

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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

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Britain’s Real-Life Super-Hero The Statesman Battles Evil With Power of Incredible Facial Hair

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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!

And not onl

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Police Invoke Keane Act: Local Superhero Viper Told to GTFO [Video]

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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

Real Life Super-Hero Phoenix Jones Rescues Man from Carjacking in Seattle

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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

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Top 25 “Real Life Superheroes”

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Man, people are really picking up on this Real Life Superhero thing. Not that I blame them -- the idea that real people would actually don costumes and attempt to fight crime despite having no "powers" or even "skills" is this weird combination of comic fan wish fulfillment and self-endangerment that feels a little like watching a giant spandex car crash

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‘Real’ Costumed Heroes in Cincinnati

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So there's this guy -- in real life-- who decided to dress up a superhero and try to stop crime, and no, this isn't the plot to Kick-Ass. He calls himself "Shadow Hare" and he and his friends actually dress up in spandex, conceal their identities with masks, carry tasers, pe

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