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    Mr. Xtreme
    Image:MrXtreme.jpg
    Photo by Peter Tangen
    Vital Statistics
    Hero Mr. Xtreme
    Alias(es) Mr. X
    Identity Secret
    Alter Ego N/A
    Category Crime prevention
    Location San Diego, California, USA The following coordinate was not recognized: Geocoding failed.The following coordinate was not recognized: Geocoding failed.
    Status Retired
    Superhero Activity
    Team * Xtreme Justice League
    * Guardian Angels.
    Affiliates Vigilante Spider, The Grim, Divine Force, Nyght, Mdm Moxie
    Foes Apathy
    Actions Crime patrol, public outreach
    Physical Description
    Gender Male
    Outfit Helmet, Identity sealing goggles, Bulletproof vest, Cape held on by magnets, Utility belt, and Elbow and knee pads
    Colors Black, Green, Purple/Yellow
    Symbol XJL
    Equipment Taser, Stun Gun, Pepper Spray, Helmet and Goggles
    Abilities Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Self taught Hand-to-hand combatant, Enhanced will-power, Self taught weapons expert

    Mr. Xtreme was a Real Life Superhero in San Diego, California. He was the founder and first leader of the Xtreme Justice League, as well as a member of the Guardian Angels. He is retired.

    History

    As told on the Real Life Super Hero Project website[1], Mr. Xtreme grew up in a household of abuse and was molested as a child, which inspired him to eventually stand up and become a RLSH.[2]

    The inspiration for his suit came from the Power Rangers and other Superheroes. It has newspaper clippings of Kitty Genovese, a rape and murder victim, to whom he dedicated his team. His first team-up was with Vigilante Spider.

    According to Mr. Xtreme, his parents don't like him being a real superhero, particularly his father.

    Mr. Xtreme has been a participant at Project HOPE since it first began in 2010.

    On July 23rd, 2020, the Xtreme Justice League page announced that he was retiring.[3]

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    References


    External Links

    The Real Life Super Hero Project: Mr. Xtreme