Rock N Roll
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|Rock N Roll|
Rock N Roll
|Hero||Rock N Roll|
|Alias(es)||Rock, Roxanne Røel, Roxanne Røelle, Roxanne Cai|
|Location||San Francisco, California, USA
37° 46' 44.49" N, 122° 25' 11.66" W
|Faction||* California Initiative: East Bay|
* California Initiative: SF (former)
|Affiliates||NightBug (husband), Vector, Shadarko, Miss Fit, Temper|
|Actions||Safety patrol, outreach, self-defense classes, needle pickup|
|Colors||Black, red, blue, pink|
|Equipment||First-aid kit, whistle|
Rock N Roll is a Real Life Superheroine based in San Francisco, California. She is a co-founder of both the California Initiative: San Francisco and California Initiative: East Bay, two branches of the Initiative Collective.
Soon after her husband, NightBug, left the Pacific Protectorate, the two were in the process of forming another team when they were contacted by Jack Zero of the New York Initiative, asking if they would be willing to form the basis of a California-based branch of the Initiative. The two soon agreed, founding the California Initiative on August 18, 2011.
Rock N Roll also co-founded the California Initiative: East Bay with NightBug on June 11, 2017, making it the third branch of the Initiative to be founded in California. In June of 2018, Aaron Almanza (aka Shadarko) took over leadership of the SF branch in order for NightBug and Rock N Roll to focus on their newly-created Oakland branch. Both branches still work closely together.
Rock has written a book, "A True Origin Story - How to Be a Real Life Superhero in 12 Steps," available on lulu.com and amazon.com.
Rock N Roll w/ guitar
Rock N Roll at Project HOPE, San Diego
The California Initiative: San Francisco, circa 2013
- Amazon.com: A True Origin Story - How to Be a Real Life Superhero in 12 Steps http://www.lulu.com/us/en/shop/roxanne-cai/a-true-origin-story-how-to-be-a-real-life-superhero-in-12-steps/paperback/product-22770856.html
SFGate: "Initiative’s real life superhero takes on Mission" - retrieved 9/30/2018
YouTube - "Heroine Fighters in San Francisco" | AARP - retrieved 4/9/2019