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Desc:Phantom Zero requests a real life superhero roll call from Youtube. 21 answers so far.
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Tags:Superheroes, youtube, watchmen, internet people, Mystery Men
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Comment count is 26
FeeFiFoFoTheFifeFifeBrown - 2009-01-04
So his superpower is a complete lack of peripheral vision?
Rape Van Winkle - 2009-01-04
If he's this nervous and unprepared recording a fucking Youtube video, how does this cunt expect to fight crime?
a flaming monkey - 2009-01-04
I don't think he specifically said he fights crime. 'Humanitarian aid' or whatever he said might just mean he gives to charities. CAPTAIN CHARITY!!!!

Rape Van Winkle - 2009-01-04
Now that I've thought about it for two seconds, I wish I'd been the one to think of dressing in a fake superhero costume and sending out a poorly scripted clarion call to other supers, so that I can laugh at them.
robotkarateman - 2009-01-05
One of the responses is a guy who calls himself "Super Hero", and poses in tights next to his extensive collection of Godzilla toys.

Oldmacho - 2009-01-04
The myspace page:

I'm a little excited about the "real life superhero" movement. Its probably going to end terribly, but if I didn't enjoy watching things end terribly, I would be on another website.
mouser - 2009-01-04
I went out to watch some of the video response. This is pure entertainment. Can't wait for any of them to make the headlines. Obituary headlines.

robotkarateman - 2009-01-04
I'd reply if I still had my gimp mask.
Oldmacho - 2009-01-04
I have a full Rorschach costume from Halloween a couple years ago...maybe I should respond.

thebaronsdoctor - 2009-01-04
Dammit, we need to start a real life super-villain movement! I'm putting out an open call for people to dress up in ridiculous costumes and perform petty non-crimes!

The the cart...burglar. I take shopping carts from grocery stores and don't return them,
Rape Van Winkle - 2009-01-04

phalsebob - 2009-01-04
Well when I was younger I knew a kid who stole things by putting them in his pants. A petty villain steals things by shoving things into his pockets. What made this kid a supervillain was that he would shove things down his crotch... no matter how uncomfortable. I wonder what became of 'Los Boner'. Oh... and he's pee in your shoes if you took them off, so... fair warning.

Dicknuts - 2009-01-04
I once stole a jar of picante sauce by shoving it down the crotch of my pants while grocery shopping with my roommate. That supermarket has since gone out of business AND THAT WAS ALL PART OF MY MASTER PLAN!

Rodents of Unusual Size - 2009-01-04

The Litterbug - insect theme, filled with videos of garbage being casually tossed on city grounds.

Apathy Guy - his villainy comes from convincing kids to slack off and not do any real work

Deadbeat Poet - description is all you need

Longshot- - 2009-01-04
While watching this video, I kept thinking that exact same thing to myself. We need some villains to balance out the forces of good that are amassing. Some people who are not that kind enough to wreak chaos in the form of movie hopping, line cutting, public urination on BMWs and other various nefarious deeds of villainy.

revdrew - 2009-01-04
We don't actually know what the Pee Pee Monster looks like. I'd to imagine he's a guy in a costume, pissing all over public bathrooms.

Hooper_X - 2009-01-04
Man, where's JSP when you need him?

I heard The Butt-Puzzler was looking for work...

Hooper_X - 2009-01-04
Incidentally, I'm guessing "Making people cry on the internet" isn't unique enough of a villain gimmick, is it?

Toenails - 2009-01-04
I nominate Cena_Mark as the villain to make the call-out to all the real life evil-doers out there.

Helena Handbasket - 2009-01-04
I second Cena_Mark to call forth the villainous masses.

Cena, you get on that sir.

Doctor Arcane - 2009-01-04
Wow, this one http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F7wZ-Xumx5o
is pretty cute. Apparently she hangs out with that Tothian fellow.
robotkarateman - 2009-01-05
Seriously? MySpace angle and half her face covered, and you believe she's actually "cute"?

My first thought was the Bloom County strip about the lives and loves at an advertising firm in a small town next to a nuclear power plant where the girl with the elephant trunk keeps hiding her face in every panel. If I could have interrupted her spiel with "Hellooooo big nose!" I would have.

Gojira1000 - 2009-01-04
The responses ... Thanatos - bringer of death - and doer of community service and helping those in need.

Oh, this is fucking awesome. I can only hope there's eventually a "Dark Defender struck and killed by cab" headline.
Stopheles - 2009-01-04
You leave your dirty tongue off the DDD subclass.

Pillager - 2009-01-04
This could be a vehicle for Dog the Bounty Hunter's redemption;

He could get them all together, lead them in battle versus real criminals and then bring A&E awesome ratings when most of them get killed.

We all win.

a flaming monkey - 2009-01-04
This man is my hero.
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