Oklahoma Museum Seeks “Super Hero” World record

KSCB News - July 12, 2012 8:35 am

It’s a bird. It’s a plane. It’s a …

world record?

The Toy & Action Figure Museum in Pauls Valley hopes to capture

the world record for most original superheroes in one place.

On Aug. 4, the museum aims to bring in people dressed as

superheroes of all sorts. Event organizers say they’re aiming for

original superheroes in costume – meaning participants should

conjure up their own costumes, rather than don a Batman getup.

The museum plans a group photo at 10 a.m. to submit to Guinness

World Records in hopes of setting a record.

The Guinness website doesn’t list a current record holder for

the largest gathering of original superheroes. In September, 437

people in Alberta, Canada, set the record for largest number of

people dressed as Superman.


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