A man who dresses as Batman and calls himself Reaper has emerged in Moscow and declared war on local drug lords. The masked vigilante claims to have already helped apprehend over 40 criminals and expose numerous drug labs. No word if he's actively seeking therapy for what happened to his parents. You can send tips or request help from the superhero via his Twitter account HERE because apparently Twitter is the new Bat Signal. That makes me unbelievably sad.
The Reaper's exploits started in June when a taxi driver witnessed a man dressed as Batman entering a building that later proved to be a drug den in the middle of the night, according to Krypton Radio.
The driver told police that he had heard people screaming and things being thrown around inside.
When the mysterious man then walked out, he threw a fire bomb at the ground disappeared into the night, captured by the witness known only as Slava.
With the Moscow Batman deep submerged in the Russian night, a few minutes later police arrived
Slava said officers walked out with two men in handfcuffs, who had been beaten up 'pretty badly'.
Per a letter written to a local newspaper: "You don't know me, and it is unlikely you have heard about me. I call myself Reaper, and for the past six months I have been struggling with the disease that has long been plaguing our society - crime. I fight drug dealers, rapists, and gangs. I don't kill or cripple, and I am not against the police or authorities, but I do root out the evil that police and the authorities can't reach." Man, he kinda sounds like a badass. I wish he was holding open auditions for a sidekick because I would totally make an awesome Dickman or Penisboy. "Dickman -- you're gonna take a beating when I come." Hoho, double whammy! You should really write commercials, I mean that.
Keep going for a shit quality video of the Reaper emerging from a drug den, throwing a flaming turd on the ground, and walking off camera.
Thanks to Closet Nerd, who is also a Closet Superhero but you wouldn't know that because that's what superheroes do -- keep it on the down low.