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Interview done by Michael Wilkerson

MW: Please introduce yourself?

Black Jak: I am BlackJak, long time theater based super villain. I consider myself the humeric Phantom of the Opera and I take pride in 2 things: making people laugh and using my abilities to my personal satisfaction.

MW: :Tell me all about Black Jak?

BJ: BlackJack has been around for about as long as I have, he’s a subconsious being that has been around since my birth: the placement of my sould into this incredibly corrupt world, which, after several years, is what allowed this being to surface. Never had many friends in grade school because I hated everyone. I had 1 friend and liked it that way. Life as a child was torture. Much like my adult life. Years of social abuse from my classmates and family had forced me into, well, a sort of anti-social solitude. My classmates were intollerable, same as my family. I had practically become a hermit, avoiding both as much as possible. In my teenage years I had gone through changes, I became bigger, stronger, scarier, people began to fear me and I liked it! I used this to my advantage and became the bad guy, building my rep as I went along. Eventually I began incorporating the comedic characteristic into my little skits of revenge. I became a bully, I loved tormenting those with disadvantages in their lives. The weaker, the obese, the…ugly! Unfortunately, there were still many that did not know who I was, that still had to pay. That and that insufferable house I grew up in had taught me something: the world is an awful place just waiting for someone like me to put people in their place. I wanted to assert my dominance! So a few days before my graduation from high school I began to don the
mask. In fact, I remember my 1st villain patrol was the day before my graduation. But that is for a different story.

MW: Tell me about one of your times fighting a superhero?

BJ: To answer your next question, I do not fight super heroes. More, I torment them into submission, using my resources to my advantage.

MW: Tell me about one of your times fighting a superhero?

BJ: I suppose 1 event I would reflect on is when the original Queen of Hearts and I had planned to trick Blue rlsv into submission. He had fallen for the girl, mistaking her for a rlsh. Naturally, I saw this to my advantage, so working together, we came up with the plan to unvale his identity. It was simple. All we needed were a few fake ransom pictures and everything was set in motion. He spilled like the weak insect he is. I went about advertising his identity, while milking out the advantages as much as possible. Eventually, someone caught on to our little scheme. They reported to Blue, and Blue, not being able to take the pain of his own foolishness and heart break, went into a temporary submission.

MW: Do you feel the world needs more villains?

JB: As for whether or not I believe there should be more supervillains in this world, I do believe there is a way for citizens of this world to have more of a realization of what is going on around them. I believe with this people would make their own decisions with which path to take, although villainy would be the more obvious 1. As of now, I am constantly working on pulling in new recruits. I am the leader of an organization after all, and there is always room for expansion.

MW: : What does it mean to be a Real Life Super Villains?

BJ: To me, being a real life super villain means to have understanding of the world around you. Not only that, but to have understanding and initiative towards the world around you. The world is a dreadful place full of some of the worst things imaginable. It takes a certain kind of person to assert their dominance and push that mark of unimagionable horrors
to a new level. As for the rlsh, they have an interest in cleaning things up. What they are too blind to see is that some stains can not be removed.

MW: What other superheros do you know?

BJ:  I have crossed paths with many rlsh, but only a few spark my interest. Blue sparked my interest because he offered me a challenge, same as the others. I do have future plans and new foes to cross paths with, but I have no interest in sharing that with you. “No spoilers”, as they say.

MW: Tell me about a day in your life?

BJ: In an ordinary day I like to live my life out as a villain, with or without the costume. I’m constantly looking for opportunities to cause disadvantages for any person thats unfortunate enough to cross my paths. I like to be the bully, the antagonist, the “douche bag”. I roam the city on villain patrol about twice a week, doing the same as I would on an ordinary day, but pushing things to new levels.

MW: Did you make your super villain suit yourself?

BJ:  My costume was made entirely by me. When I originally made the costume, I had a goal to earn each piece based off of acts of cruelty. Most of which involved manipulation. In its entirety, my costume costs around the sum of $200

MW: What would you like to say in closing?

BJ: In closing, I would like to say I did enjoy this interview. A little insight into the mind of 1 of the worlds most hated villains. There are still many doors to unlock, still many paths to trace, and only I hold the key. However, before my departure, I will leave you with a hint, a clue that will unveil the rest of the secrets that lay behind these doors. Observe your surroundings. There is always more going on than there seems to be.

Interview done by Michael Wilkerson

MW: Please introduce yourself?

ZB: I am Zyklon B – Real Life SuperVillain and Vice President of the Legion of DOOM. I am also a Class 3 MetaVillain in R.O.A.C.H. (Ruthless Organization Aganist Citizen Heroes) – TICK Dept.

MW: How did Zyklonb come about?

ZB: Zyklon B came about one day after I had gotten home from working with EMS – I turned on the TV and saw some guys in costumes proclaiming to be heroes.. Thought it was rather bold and arrogant of them.. My thinking – if THESE are heroes.. Then they certainly need villains to keep them in check.

MW: Tell me all about Zyklonb?

ZB: Zyklon B is a zombie.. a metaphor of course.. I take alot of my inspiration from classic horror movies and old black and white comedies. I tend to be a sarcastic jerk at times, but believe it or not – there is intelligence there as well.

MW: Where do you fight superheroes?

ZB: Online.. They are so scattered – it is kind of hard to get them all in one place and just …well, you know…

MW: Tell me about one of your times fighting a superhero?

ZB: I have had several “bouts” with Master Legend. Debates on his radio show and the like. When he was using Hate Speech against homosexuals – I stepped in and confronted him. Malvado took over after that.. and that was around a year or so ago.

MW: What does it mean to be a Real Life Super Villains?

ZB: That all depends on who you ask.. We come in many flavors.. Just like Kool-Aid.

MW: Do you feel the world needs more villains?

ZB: The World ALWAYS needs villains.. without us, who would society hate and critique?

MW: What other Villains do you know?

ZB: All of them. Haha. Tamerlane. The Eye Agents. Octavius Fong. The Legion of Doom has many members.

MW: Tell me about a day in your life?

ZB: REAL LIFE – Work, watching and playing with my daughter, writing or drawing something. I love art and music…. And Star Trek.

MW: Did you make your super villain suit yourself?

ZB: Well, I have a few pin striped suits..gives me that whole ready for birthday parties and funerals look.. and then I have some bone printed shirts that I wear as well.. so no.. I didn’t.

MW: What would you like to say in Closing?

ZB: HAIL DOOM! ALL HAIL THE EYE! VILLAINY UNITED!

 

 

Interview by Michael Wilkerson

MW: Please introduce yourself?

JC: I am JCreeper. I was the first one to use the title RLSV.

MW: How did JCreeper come about?

JC: Well many years ago around 1997, I had actually tried being a real life super hero. I honestly didn’t know there was anyone else. I suppose at the time there weren’t many and the internet wasn’t big enough yet. However, I wasn’t really cut out for that kind of style and was laughed at a lot. So one night in a fit of frustration. I hit my desk and the shelf housing my action figure collection shook and a figure fell into my lap and gave me an idea. It was The Joker. I’ve always been a huge fan, since I was 4 but that’s another story for another time. So I set out to make myself the real life Joker. My best friend at the time said that I molded him so inspired by the Batman Animated Series he decided to be The Creeper. We decided one night to tag a few places (we were young and dumb). We tagged a billboard. I put a big purple J and beside it in red he put Creeper. That’s where the name JCreeper originated. When I first found the RLSH community, I couldn’t find any villains and it was unbalanced so I started out going by The Joker and using the RLSV title. A few years later my friend died and as an homage to him (and to be a bit more original) I started using JCreeper. Even though I was getting a lot of shit for using the name Joker that was not the reason I chose to change my name. Because I am The Joker of this community.

MW: Tell me all about Jay Creeper?

JC: JCreeper is a wildcard. I am friends with many RLSH as well as RLSV. Usually staying on the fence and interjecting myself where I see fit. Although I have done a lot of things behind the scenes to help both sides.

MW: Where do you fight superheroes?

JC: Usually online, or through blogs or online radio shows. Check out my show It’s Joker Time on blogtalk radio . I don’t attempt to go out and actually fight a hero. As I said I am The Joker of the community and hand to hand combat isn’t my forte. I do not condone that kind of activity as a RLSV however I do not condemn it either. If a RLSV wants to attempt that, more power to them. It’s just not for me.

MW: Tell me about one of your times fighting a superhero?

JC: Well back when I was the leader of the Legion of Doom, we had quite a time calling into Master Legend’s radio show and calling him out on lots of BS.

MW: What does it mean to be a Real Life Super Villains?

JC: Being a Real Life Super Villain isn’t what a lot of people think it is. For the most part we are the “conscience” of the RLSH. Basically we make sure the heroes don’t cross that line over into villainy. If you’re doing a good job, protecting people and not being an ass for it, then fine. But once you step out of line. (Like the recent events with Phoenix Jones for example). We will call you out on it and make sure people see the BS for what it is.

MW: Do you feel the world needs more villains?

JC: Yes and no. The world needs more villains with a purpose and not more villains who just want to be thugs and criminals. Because that’s not what we are about.

MW: What other Villains do you know?

JC: There is a long list of villains that I know. However a bit of a short list of villains that are really worthy of the title. Zyklon B, Tamerlane, Black Jack, (as much as I hate to admit it) Octavius Fong, Malvado, Zapata Wraith. Just to name a few (apologies to anyone I may have left out.)

MW: Tell me about a day in your life?

JC: When I’m not working at my day job, normally researching random RLSH or RLSV to see what they are about and if they are a problem to the community.

MW: Did you make your super villain suit yourself?

JC: My super villain is actually a separate part of me. In my civilian life everyone calls me Joker. JCreeper is someone else entirely. Long story short another personality that lives in my head and comes out when the mask comes on.

MW: What would you like to say in closing?

JC: I would like to say in closing. That I am the Joker of this community. No matter what hero or villain keeps saying I’m a rip off and am not a Joker in anyway. They keep proving in their own way that I am The Joker. I was recently booted out of the Legion of Doom for being too much of a wild card. Now even villains feel threatened by me. Also, on one last note. I will always say that everyone in this community (me included) are nothing more than glorified cosplayers looking for attention.

Interview done by Michael Wilkerson

MW: Please introduce yourself?

TGD: I am The Golden Don, a member of the Real Life Villain Group – The Roaming EYE of DOOM. We are a group of like-minded individuals bent on world domination. We are led by the overtly foul, ostentatiously fierce, Octavius Fong. We want to disrupt, trip-up and generally distract the silly and implausible villain community at large. And make low-quality but funny videos.

MW: How did The Golden Don come about?

TGD: The The Golden Don was born of hatred for silly people who dress up in costumes and go out and ‘fight crime’. Most of the ones who say they go ‘on patrol’ are spending all their time on Facebook. Most don’t do anything at all but they act all high and mighty. Super Heroes in real life are a preposterous concept and should not be encouraged. They should be stopped. Its offensive.

MW: Tell me all about The Golden Don?

TGD: I, The Golden Don, am a vile person full of hate and humor. He is a practician of the occult and black arts. He also has a background and lineage in organized crime. These factors combine to create a menacing and confusing persona designed to perplex the small minded.

MW: Where do you fight superheroes?

TGD: We mainly fight superheroes in the realm of the internet. Nothing is more powerful than social media to get our message out about what needs to be done to stop these phoneys, fools and self-deluders. We understand actual Lex Luthor or Joker type villainy cannot be done. The best way is produce media that blurs the line between Hero and Villain and mocks the whole process of getting in costume for any purpose except entertainment and eating the souls of aborted babies.

MW: Tell me about one of your times fighting a superhero?

TGD: Its never directly a physical combat. Most to the time its a battle of words and ideas. Its very much like debating religion or the pointlessness thereof. The best example of what can be an opposing action is a Hero, who will remain nameless, tried to debate the viability of his activities as a Hero or Costumed Activist – when, in my opinion, he had no other option to agree with me, he decided to roll over or ‘rat’ on a former college of his. He told me this persons personal
information including, a sex change, former first and last name and city and state. He then said he wanted to become a villain and he wanted to join the Roaming EYE of Doom. We don’t just anyone in the REOD. We found out later he was trying to play the EYE and he had not intention of becoming a villain was trying to trick us. No one crosses the EYE. So we made a Video loosely refering to him by name and giving his first but not last name. The fact we was afraid of dolls. And mentioned
that he is the kind of hero that will betray his friends. We learned this from a secret informant who also told us he sent our informant his name and phone number as well as lewd photos – What kind of HERO behaves this way?

MW: What does it mean to be a Real Life Super Villains?

TGD: A Real Life Super Villain can indulge their darker or evil side and still enjoy the benefits of silly costumes. Every villain plays the game their own way.

MW: Do you feel the world needs more villains?

TGD: The more the joy.

MW: Did you make your super villain suit yourself?

TGD: I did make the Mask myself – the robe is custom made

MW: What would you like to say in closing?

TGD: All villains in the RLSH/V community have a common bond of hatred toward the fools and hypocrites of the community. We however are more intelligent in our activities as Real Life Villains tend to operate with in the law. ALL HAIL the EYE!