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Real Life Superheroes is a grassroots movement of people that dress up in superhero attire and works in a fun, exciting, and inspirational fashion to make the world a better place. They use the iconicism of comic book superheroes to make a difference, inspire others, spread a positive message, and call attention to issues in thier communities. Real Life Superheroes work to make the world a better place by doing civic activities, charity work, public safety patrols, hospital visits, school talks, distributing wanted and missing person fliers, helping the homeless, community clean ups, and more.
Thier main objective is to inspire others. They hope through thier actions they can inspire others to go out and do good, help others, and stand up for what they believe in. They have an online headquarters www.therlsh.com
Real Life Superheroes are out trying to make the world a better place.
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Individuals inspired by the fictional comic book superheroes, which perform civic activities, public safety patrols, charity work and other pro social acts.
ABC News and NPR's Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me! radio program interviewed Terrifica, a New York City-based woman who patrols bars and parties in an effort to protect inebriated women in danger of being taken advantage of by men.more...
The BBC reported on Angle-Grinder Man 2, a British self-described "wheel-clamp superhero" who uses an angle grinder to cut wheel clamps off vehicles in Kent and London.
CNN covered Mexico City's Superbarrio, who wears red tights and a red and yellow wrestler's mask. Rather than fight crime and corruption with violence, he uses his unique image to organize labor rallies and protests, and file petitions.
The Age described Polarman of Iqaluit, Canada, whose primary interests are shoveling the snow off sidewalks during the day, and patrolling the streets for criminals at night.
The Sydney Morning Herald interviewed Brokenman, a costumed Australian who created fake crime scenes with chalked body outlines to highlight his views.
The Detroit Free Press reported on Jackson, Michigan superhero Captain Jackson, who is an "officially sanctioned independent crime fighter." He and his team the Crimefighter Corps, regularly patrol Jackson's downtown area do volunteer/community work and report any crimes that they see.
Intake Weekly and FOX59 News interviewed Mr. Silent who regularly patrols the Indianapolis area along with his partner Doktor DiscorD. Comic book writer Warren Ellis Blogged about their grow...