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    Sir Ivan AKA Peaceman
    Vital Statistics
    Hero Peaceman
    Alias(es) Sir Ivan, Mr. Mitzvah
    Identity Public
    Alter Ego Ivan Wilzig
    Category N/A
    Location Long Island, New York, USA 40° 51' 5.39" N, 73° 5' 57.93" W
    Status Semi-Active
    Superhero Activity
    Team Peaceman Foundation
    Affiliates N/A
    Foes Hate
    Physical Description
    Gender Male
    Symbol Peace symbol
    Equipment N/A
    Abilities Ability to write million dollar check

    Peaceman is a Real Life Superhero in Long Island, NY. His alter ego is Ivan Wilzig, a billionaire philanthropist who was referred to by Stan Lee as the "Real Life Bruce Wayne." Peaceman was conceived of as the face of Ivan Wilzig's non-profit organization, the Peaceman Foundation. He has also released a music album titled, "I Am Peaceman." [citation needed]


    Mr. Mitzvah

    Peaceman attempted to make an appearance on Stan Lee's Who Wants to be a Superhero?, but was too late to audition for the first season in 2006. When he was chosen to appear in the second season in 2007, Peaceman was informed that the trademarks for all superhero characters appearing in the show would belong to NBC and SyFy. Refusing to lose the ability to appear as Peaceman to promote the causes he wished to, Ivan Wilzig conceived of an alternate identity of Mr. Mitzvah, based off his Jewish heritage.[citation needed]

    Ukraine Assistance

    In March 2022, he released his new 18-song album “LIFE" with lyrics meant to "rally the peace-loving people in Russia to continue their protests against their government’s evil behavior", stating "Everyone Downloads Free until Ukraine is Free!" [1]


    External Links

    Wikipedia Entry on Ivan Wilzig

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