This is a list of various websites and resources related to the Real Life Superhero movement.
- These are links to third-party external websites. The RLSH Wiki is not responsible for the content available on these sites.
This is a list of the sites operated by third parties dedicated to documenting the RLSHs but not directly associated with them. These tend to be sites that provide overviews or are geared towards a wider audience.
An independent wiki devoted to chronicling superheroes in general, there is a section that lists the RLSH out there. Visit it here. However, this site hasn't been updated since 2012 and so much of the information is no longer accurate.
Heroes in the Night
Originally a blog documenting various RLSH by freelance writer Tea Krulos in Milwaukee, in October of 2013, Tea's book 'Heroes in the Night: Inside the Real Life Superhero Movement' was published by Chicago Review Press and became available to purchase all over the world. Visit the website here.
Real Life Superheroes Index
This site is a fan site about superheroes in general and has a small but dated subsection devoted to just RLSH. (Site removed because it now redirects to malware)
Real Life Superhero Community
This is a list of websites known to be directly linked to or affiliated with RLSHs where the community socially gathers.
Real Life Superheroes
Website operated by the community with registry and info about RLSH with forums and blogs provided for users. (Link Removed due to being dysfunctional and directing to a Chinese website instead)
Forum for the RLSH community, including heroes and non-heroes/hero support. There is a portion of the forum that is only viewable by members. Visit it by clicking here.
The name is an acronym: Superhero Tips And Networking Department. A site run by Rock N Roll, it reports on community outreach efforts of various RLSH groups serving as a coalition. Visit it by clicking here.
Originally founded in 2007, Superheroes Anonymous first began as an annual conference for Real Life Superheroes, but has since become world-renowned for its efforts in homeless outreach, community service, fighting crime, and inspiring others. Visit it by clicking here.
The Unreality Labs
Forums linked to the Watchtower site. Registration is currently locked down to prevent spam. Visit it by clicking here.
This site is a social media site for the RLSH community and meant as an alternative to Facebook and Twitter. Visit it by clicking here
RLSH Resource Links
This is a list of sites targeted at the RLSH community.
Brooklyn Superhero Supply Co.
Formerly named "Vigilante," this is an app that connects citizens with local police department alerts to discourage apathy and encourage accountability. Already in use by several RLSH, currently operating in New York and the San Francisco Bay Area. Visit their homepage here
A site listing the various websites operated by individual RLSH and groups as submitted to the site admin. Visit it here.
Formerly Heroes 101 Radio, this show, hosted by Initiative members Rock N Roll, and NightBug, as well as Impact from the Bay Coast Guardians, is tailored toward both RLSH and non-RLSH. Visit it here or check out their full list of episodes available on iTunes here.
Knight Owl's RLSH Manual
A beginner's manual to becoming an RLSH as authored by Knight Owl. Initially made available through its own website, which is now defunct; currently published as a Scribd ebook. Read it here, or download here.
RLSH Locator Map
An opt-in map that allows RLSH to add their locations, contact information, and any other details they wish to share. The map is organized by team as well as location. Currently run by Impact. Visit it here.
Created in January 2020, RLSH News is an effort to have news relevant to RLSH all in one place. From the homepage: "A news website and digital magazine about Real Life SuperHeroes and related activists. This news site/magazine will have stuff about solved cases, missions done, opinion articles, exposés, laws that might impact different styles of activism, all that good stuff." Visit it here.
Billing itself as the "world's first superhero training center," The Superhero Foundry opened its doors in Las Vegas in 2016 but closed in May of 2019 due to major overhead. It is scheduled to reopen in Knoxville, TN in 2020. Its Twitter account is still up, but its
A site operated by a lawyer named Zack Levine who posts articles regarding how the law could apply to superheroes, real life or not. Visit it here.
Flash-based site whose primary focus is selling equipment and gear targeted at the RLSH.
Visit it here. - UNAVAILABLE APR 11 2017
A site operated by several software developers who self-identify as RLSH supporters; they primarily work on projects on demand.
Visit it here. - UNAVAILABLE APR 11 2017
Hosts several RLSH-related resources including a digital version of the book, "How to be a Superhero" by Night Rider. This site was created to aggregate various info for the purpose of aiding RLSH patrols. Visit it
here - LINK UNAVAILABLE.
World Superhero Registry
One of the first websites that had a registry of the RLSH out there. Visit it
here. - UNAVAILABLE DEC 10 2020