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    For other uses of Midnight, see Midnight (disambiguation)
    For other uses of Jack, see Jack (disambiguation)
    Midnight Jack
    Midnight Jack, 2019
    Vital Statistics
    Hero Midnight Jack
    Alias(es) Jack Knight
    Identity Secret
    Alter Ego N/A
    Category N/A
    Location Seattle, Washington, USA 47° 36' 13.80" N, 122° 19' 48.22" W
    Status Retired
    Superhero Activity
    Team Knightshift
    RCSM (former)
    Affiliates Bishop, Boomer, Cowboy, GirlScout, Hurricane, Monkey King, O.G., Scarlet, SkyMan, Sting

    (former) Phoenix Jones, El Caballero, Purple Reign

    Foes N/A
    Actions Patrol
    Physical Description
    Gender Male
    Outfit Leather, kevlar, titanium suit
    Colors Black, silver
    Symbol N/A
    Equipment Pepper spray, twin batons, pepper grenades, noise bombs
    Abilities Kickboxing instructor

    Midnight Jack was a Real Life Superhero in Seattle, Washington. He was a member of the Knightshift, and a former member of the Rain City Superhero Movement. He is retired[1].


    According to the video "MIDNIGHT JACK A CLOSER LOOK" on Phoenix Jones' Youtube channel, Jack was the #1 suspect in over 50 robberies, and had over 100 drug charges. He was tried for none of them. He quit his life of crime because it "Didn't feel right".[2]

    A January 2017 post on his Facebook profile seemed to indicate his retirement:

    One last time , thanks for all the support and the memories it's been one crazy trip[3]

    More recently, in August of 2018, he solidified his retired status in another post:

    Just heard from a friend people are wondering where I went to I'm officially retired from the game and I love being normal again I'm kickboxing a lot now and I think that's the next chapter for me take care of yourselves[4]

    However, in May and June of 2019, he began making indications that he was patrolling again, without Phoenix Jones or the RCSM.[5] In 2022, he was featured in the podcast Superhero Complex, which highlighted the Seattle superhero community.



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