Isnin, Oktober 17, 2011

The List Of Real Life SuperHeroes

Real life super heroes wear masks or otherwise disguise themselves in order to perform vigilante action, ranging from community services to fighting crime. They are not similar to neighborhood watches in that they typically act against the wishes of the police, endangering themselves and the public.[2][3][4]

Some examples documented in the news media include:

    Captain Australia, featured in the MX and then the Courier Mail[4][5] and on television's A Current Affair[6] is based in the Queensland capital Brisbane. He wears a green suit and mask similar to The Flash with an @ symbol on his chest and a Batman styled utility belt. He also maintains his own blog, "".[7] Police have expressed their preference that Captain Australia not intervene in incidents any more.[4]


    Captain Ozone, featured in the French edition of Max magazine,[8] and Koikispass magazine,[9] as well as the German edition of FHM magazine.[10]

 Czech Republic

    Super Vaclav purports to combat antisocial behavior of Prague citizens. He does this by pouring buckets of water on individuals smoking near public transport stops. He also assaults dog owners with their own animal's excrement if it is left behind on a lawn.[11]


    La Repubblica featured Entomo The Insect-Man, a masked patroller and activist.[12] In February 2009, Rai 4 filmed a night-time patrol and interview with Entomo at the abandoned Italsider factory in Naples, aired on the TV program 'Sugo'.[13] Following an extensive interview on Il Riformista,[14] Entomo was depicted in major Italian and Spanish newspapers, such as Il Mattino[15] and Panorama.[16]


    The December 31, 2009 Norwegian publication, Aftenposten featured an article and photos of Real-Life Superheroes. The article included Life, Geist, The Deaths Head Moth, Dreizehn, Entomo and Superhero.[17]


    On the 13th of May was the first time when Finnish real-life superhero Spock Wrencher appeared with small publicity. Image-magazine have written an article about Laser Skater in 2010, but it has been the only article written on Finnish real-life superheroes.

 United Kingdom

    The British tabloid The Sun ran an Article on the UK's 'Real-Life Superheroes, including The Statesman, Vague, Swift, Black Arrow, Lionheart and Terrorvision.[18][19]
    The BBC reported on Angle-Grinder Man, a British self-described "wheel-clamp superhero" who uses an angle grinder to illegally cut wheel clamps off vehicles which have been clamped in by police and parking officials in Kent and London. He does not demand money when performing these crimes.[1]
    The newspaper This is Local London did an article on SOS, a UK superhero who crashed the premiere of the film Kick-Ass.[20]
    Knight Warrior ([21] )
    On 8/26/2011 The BBC Reported on Shadow Ninja, who patrols in Yeovil.[22]

 North America

    The Age described Polarman of Iqaluit, Canada, whose primary interests are shovelling the snow off sidewalks during the day, and patrolling the streets for criminals at night.[23]
    Thanatos, a person who dresses in a costume and distributes goods and goodwill to the homeless.[24]


    CNN covered Mexico City's Superbarrio, who is a highschool dropout who wears red tights and a red and yellow wrestler's mask. He uses his unique image to organize labour rallies, protest, and file petitions to prevent families from being evicted.[25]

 United States

Real-Life Superheroes are notably prevalent in the USA compared to other countries, which may be attributed to the greater popularity of superhero comic books.[26][27][28][29]

    Superheroes Anonymous, the first annual gathering of Real-Life Superheroes from all over America, who cleaned Times Square, helped the homeless, and handed out crime prevention materials.[30]
    Multiple media outlets have run reports on the Rain City Superhero Movement, a group of real life super heroes in Seattle. The group includes Thorn, Buster Doe, Green Reaper, Gemini, No Name, Catastrophe, Thunder 88, Troop, Pitch Black, Red Dragon, Blue Sparrow, Penelope and Phoenix Jones, the Guardian of Seattle.[31][32]
    TreeHugger reported on Captain Ozone starring in ecological television PSA’s, making appearances at grade schools and hemp festivals, creating a video documentary on environmentalism, and also organizing a public demonstration for renewable energy.[33]
    The San Diego Union-Tribune[34] and UPI[35] wrote about heroes like Mr. Xtreme, a security guard who moonlights as a "costumed crime fighter" in Clearwater, Florida.
    Captain Prospect and Sparks were featured on NPR Intern Edition for spring of 2009.[36]
    Thanatos, Life and Phantom Zero were featured in an article by Globe and Mail.[37] They discussed their different views and methods on being Real Life Superheroes.
    CBS Atlanta reports[38] Crimson Fist patrols Atlanta twice a month to help those in need.[39]
    Dark Guardian, Life and Phantom Zero were featured in the March edition of Loaded magazine.
    Wall Creeper and Zen Blade were featured on Westword, Denver's alternative weekly publiciation.[40]
    MSN mentions Captain Prospect', Geist, Tothian, Captain Jackson, Nyx, and Michael Brinatte, owner of in an online article.
    KSTP-TV reported on Razorhawk, Geist and the Great Lakes Hero Guild while they patrolled Minneapolis. The segment was re-broadcast nationally on ABC Overnight News.[41]
    Dark Guardian and Citizen Prime were featured on the Premiere episode of the G4 show, G4 Underground starring Morgan Webb[42]
    Cincinnati, Ohio-based NBC affiliate News 5 WLWT reported on[43] Shadow Hare. This was later rebroadcast on CNN
    Dark Guardian, Life and Phantom Zero were featured on WPIX channel 11 The CW affiliate as they patrolled New York City.[44] News clip shown featured Dark Guardian confronting a drug dealer courtesy of Superheroes Anonymous film crew.[45]
    CNN featured an article on Scott Woods, Dark Guardian, Mr. Xtreme and Superheroes Anonymous.[46]
    CBS The Early Show interviewed Citizen Prime as well as showcase footage of Civitron, Dark Guardian and Life as they patrolled New York City.[47]
    The British edition of FHM magazine featured Dark Guardian, The Deaths Head Moth and Z.[48]
    The Watchman and Moon Dragon were featured in the August 2009 issue of Milwaukee Magazine.[49]
    WTOP-FM, a radio station in Washington DC, reported on Metro Woman, who uses a superhero costume and identity to spread information on using mass transit and the ecological benefits of using public transportation in the Washington DC Metro region.[50]
    CBS affiliate WTSP reported about Superhero and Lady Hero in Clearwater, Florida.[51]
    The Washington Post reported a story about superheroes Captain Prospect and Justice, members of the "Capital City Super Squad" in Washington DC.[52]
    Central Florida News 13 did a story on Team Justice, a group of costumed superheroes giving Christmas gifts to the homeless.[53][54]
    ABC's Nightline news program interviewed real-life superheroes Squeegeeman and Captain Xavier Obvious, who patrol New York City. The heroes have also been documented in Radar Magazine, Time Out New York, and HDNet's Deadline!.[55]
    The Portland, Oregon-based newspaper Willamette Week[56] reported on Zetaman and his patrols consisting of seeking out the needy with gifts of food and clothing. This was later reported on the Portland-based ABC affiliate, KATU, and CNN.[57]
    The Salt Lake City-based newspaper Salt Lake City Weekly reported on the patrols of The Black Monday Society and the costumed identities of its team members Insignis, Ghost, Ha!, Oni, and Silver Dragon.[58] Fox News Salt Lake City ran a story on the team as well.[59]
    The New York Daily News did an article on Life and Dark Guardian patrolling through New York City and helping the homeless.[60]
    Rolling Stone ran a feature about the "real superhero community," featuring The Ace.
    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 prevent inebriated women from being taken advantage of by men. Since the mid-1990s, Terrifica has donned a mask, blonde wig, red boots and cape, to serve and protect the women of the city.[61]
    Jack Brinatte, known as Razorhawk, appeared on Fox News America Newsroom.[62]
    WITI (TV) interviewed The Watchman and showed him on a patrol of the city.[63]
    Empire Magazine featured Geist in a sidebar article, "The Real Kick-Ass".[64] ran an article "Amid hard times, an influx in real superheroes" featuring Geist of Rochester, MN, Life, Mr. Ravenblade of Seattle, WA, Mr. Xtreme, Dark Guardian of NY, NY, Amazonia and Crimson Fist.[65]
    NBC News ran a story documenting a 20 year old Columbia Tennessee resident being stopped by police for patrolling the streets after midnight in a black and green mask and costume. The man referred to himself as The Viper, and claimed that he was "just a guy trying to do what was right in tights".[66]
    NY Press ran an article called Brooklyn's Own Superheroes regarding the New York-based Real-Life Superheroes Z, Zimmer, Tsaf, and Lucid, who are all members of a group called New York Initiative.[67]
    The Sunday Paper ran an article on about Two Real Life Superheroes Crimson Fist & Metadata in Atlanta that help the homeless in their area.[68]
    Telemundo ran a news piece about Dragonheart, a bilingual Real-Life Superhero who operates in Miami, Florida.[69]
    Zimmer, a Real-Life Superhero, was featured on Fox 13 Utah as part of the documentary "Superheroes" that played at the 2011 Slamdance Film Festival.[70]
    The Jibsheet ran an article about a group of 10 Real Life Superheroes in Seattle trying to help the homeless prevent their belongings from being stolen by gangs.[71]
    Downtown St. Pete ran an article, Real life Superheroes descend on Berg's Film Fest where a group called Team Justice showed up for a Q&A after an airing of the film Superhero me by Steven Sale. In their ranks were Superhero, Lady Hero, Kapes, Symbiote, and Artisteroi .[72] ran an article on 4/22/2011 about a Group of Real Life Superheroes in New York City called The New York Initiative that was offering advice and assistance to women in an attempt to stop the Long Island serial killer [73] ran an article on 7/21/2011 called Meet the real Captain Americas: Florida's Superhero Featuring Superhero from Clearwater Florida [74]
    The Daily Beast ran an article on 8/8/2011 called The Amazing Superheroes of New York City Featuring The New York Initiative and it's Members Zero & Short Cut [75]
    On 8/4/2011 GQ magazine ran an article called Seven Real Life Superheroes featuring Mr.Extreme, Superhero, Geist, Life, Master legend, and Insignis


    On 9/21/2011 Ran an article called It's a Bird...It's a Plane about A Real life Superhero in Clearwater Florida Named Superhero and the Organization Superheroes Anonymous Based out of New York [76]

 South America

    Menganno works at the east side of Lanús. He wears blue clothing, a helmet and a shield similar to Captain America's shield.[77]


    Superinteressante magazine posted an article on The Real Life Superheroes The Eye , Entomo , Terrifica , Superhero and Superbarrio.[78]


The only known superhero in Africa is Lion Heart. Lion Heart has helped saved the lives of many villagers by teaching important but simple things. He has started a grass roots movement in Africa with many people helping out. [79]
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