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Real-Life Superheroes Patrol Streets Of Seattle

Real-Life Superheroes Patrol Streets Of Seattle

In a comic book come to life, Phoenix Jones and his Rain City Superhero Movement wear masks, tights and capes at night to fight crime.

John Ryan
  • 7 january 2011

We reported on the Real-Life Superhero Movement a few years ago, a now the phenomenon is gaining steam in Seattle, Washington. Local news station KIRO reports on an area man whose car was saved from being broken into by another man dressed in a flashy black and gold superhero costume. The masked man goes by name Phoenix Jones and has been gaining media attention for patrolling the streets at night armed with martial arts training, taser nightstick, mace spray and bulletproof tights. The KIRO video reveals his (now not-so) secret lair behind a comic book store bookshelf and belief that Real Life Superheroes not only fight crime, but inspire:

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