New York Times Put Real Life Superheroes On The Front Page

Today the New York Times has put Real Life Super Heroes on the front paage of their paper in an article talking about Salt Lake City’s own Utah saints, Black Monday comprised of  Red Voltage, Asylum, Nihilist and more.

“Red Voltage, who in mild-mannered daytime life is a 23-year-old residential leasing manager named Roman Daniels, casually waved a gloved hand to his female drive-by fan. Clad head to toe in a red-and-black leather suit, his face covered by spandex, he is, he said, a different man when the mask goes on — a better man.”

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