In 2010, the photographer Pierre-Elie de Pibrac went to the United States for 4 months to meet the “Real Life Super Heroes”. About 300 of them, these ordinary citizens carry out voluntary actions in the service of the most underprivileged, dressed in costumes inspired by the mythical figures of the Comics and Louchadores Mexicans. Pierre-Elie de Pibrac has chosen to have them pose in a gesture studied in the very places where they carry out their missions, and has produced a series of offbeat portraits of these guardians angels of everyday life. He has brought together the Super-Heroes in a beautiful book enriched with contributions from comic book specialist Xavier Fournier, sociologist Eric Maigret and art critic Stéphan Lévy-Kuentz. You will also discover an unpublished comic by Mort Todds on the RLSH.