Knight Owl (at HOPE 2011)
|Location||Portland, Oregon, USA 45° 31' 12.89" N, 122° 40' 27.10" W|
|Affiliates||Too many to list|
|Actions||Patrol, outreach, fundraising|
|Colors||Black and Yellow|
Knight Owl is a Real Life Superhero in Portland, Oregon.
Knight Owl became an RLSH in 2007. He provided this statement for the reasoning behind why he became a RLSH:
While I may wear a super-heroic logo and uniform, I do not consider myself a hero; just a guy doing his part to hold the line in a world gone mad. Spandex is not required to make a difference in the world; only a can-do attitude and an elevated capacity to be persecuted by the people who want to tell you that you're wasting your time. I think there are plenty of genuine heroes out in the world that we need to remember to lift up.
Knight Owl was previously a firefighter with experience in Iraq, although he was not a soldier there. He has received EMT training and is a certified paramedic. In 2012, he was featured in the french documentary "Deviens Un Super Heros Pour De Vrai"  as well as the reality series Stan Lee's Academy of Heroes.
KO was a participant (sans gimmick) in Portland HOPE 2018.
In disguise at Portland HOPE 2018