Rain City Superhero Movement
Members of the Rain City Superhero Movement
Team Statistics
Group Rain City Superhero Movement
Category Crime Fighting
Headquarters Seattle, WA, USA
Status Disbanded
Team Activity
Leader(s) Phoenix Jones
Members Blue Sparrow, Buster Doe, Catastrophe, El Caballero, Gemini, Green Reaper, The Mantis, No Name, Penelope, Purple Reign, Thorn, Thunder 88
Allies N/A
Foes Crime
Actions Neighborhood Patrols
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The Rain City Superhero Movement (RCSM) is an American group of Real Life Superheroes based out of Seattle, Washington. It is led by their founder, Phoenix Jones.

The Movement is known for their almost nightly patrols, righting wrongs when possible. The members all have experience in law enforcement, military service, fire fighting or martial arts. Phoenix Jones is an MMA fighter with a record of 11-1-0.

They are all outfitted in protective gear such as stab vests, ballistic vests, fireproof suits and Red Dragon carries a sword around.

The Rain City Superhero Movement assist police when possible and have a great understanding of the law and have defended a historical building from protesters.

The Rain City Superhero movement was declared disbanded by its leader, Phoenix Jones in 2014


The group and its members were first noted by local police on July 2011, which were subsequently cited in any ensuing news articles written about either the group or its leader, Phoenix Jones.They routinely patrol the streets of Seattle in search for crimes being committed and people in need.They have made a number of accomplished arrests during their history. Members such as Phoenix Jones, Midnightjack, Red Dragon, and Buster Doe have appeared on news channels.

On May 29, 2014 Phoenix Jones disbanded the group claiming the group wasn't well organized and some of the members even had illegal weapons on hand. However, he reformed the RCSM, this time as a company, complete with insurance provisions and a copyright on both the Phoenix Jones and Rain City Superhero Movement. The group currently has chapters in other states besides Washington, and even the U.K.[1]


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