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    Radical
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    Radical, 2020
    Vital Statistics
    Hero Radical
    Alias(es)
    Identity Secret
    Alter Ego N/A
    Category Crime Fighter
    Location Liverpool, England, United Kingdom 53° 24' 25.92" N, 2° 59' 30.05" W
    Status Active
    Superhero Activity
    Team United Kingdom Initiative: Liverpool
    Affiliates Knight Warrior, Templar
    Foes Apathy
    Actions Patrol, outreach
    Physical Description
    Gender Male
    Outfit
    Colors Black, purple, gray
    Symbol
    Radical-logo.png
    Equipment
    Abilities

    Radical is a Real Life Superhero in England.

    History

    Radical was announced as a UKI Liverpool team member on July 21, 2018. A few months later, he went off on his own to help out his local town in Southport. Near the end of the year, Radical brought food for the homeless and cleaned up a dangerously boggy pathway right outside the fence of a local primary school.

    On February 16, 2019, Radical appeared at Southport Comic-Con to help spread the word about the Real Life Superhero Community. By that time, he had upgraded his outfit to an all-black look he called “Nightwatch Radical.” He added blue and silver accents about six months later.

    At the beginning of January 2020, Radical and Black Mercer reunited to form the new Liverpool Initiative team.

    About two weeks after the team was operating again, two new recruits joined the Liverpool Initiative Team: Ghost and Raven.

    Radical spent weeks buying socks out-of-pocket and putting together homeless survival bags. By February 27, he gave them out to the homeless people in Southport.

    On March 13, 2020, in the beginning of the Coronavirus panic, several United States-based Real Life Superheroes begin a campaign against COVID-19 / Coronavirus Scam Artists, and Radical willingly volunteered to help spread the word by announcing a video message on his Facebook page.

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    Dailmail.com: "Real-life Justice League of everyday superheroes patrol Liverpool fighting crime… but so far they’ve only managed to thwart one pickpocket"

    Mirror: "Real-life Justice League patrols streets of Liverpool with mission to fight crime"