No, Sci-Fi channel (or should I say SyFy?) didn’t renew Stan Lee’s reality show for a third season. But apparently 106 5th and 6th grade students in Berwick, Maine wanted to be superheroes. Or at least dress up as them. After a university in the UK set a Guinness record of the most people in one room dressed as superheroes with 103 students and staff members a teacher at Knowlton School decided to try and break the record. Their new record, if their attempt is accepted (i.e. no one else tried for the same record with more people), might be short lived though as the university vowed to take back the record if anyone were to break it so whether or not they will be in the next Guinness World Records book depends on how quickly this university can respond. It may well be that the teachers at the Maine school were clever with their timing as summer time means break time so it may not be until fall or later when the university tries to take back the record. For the full story (with pics!), click the link below:
‘Superhero’ students gather in Berwick to set new Guinness World Record
4 thoughts on “Who wants to be a superhero?”
Reminds me of when Letterman used to see “how many Santas can fit inside a Starbucks” or other similar experiments.
I thought it would be cool to stumble upon such an instance when we were in NY recently.
I’m surprised the Guinness book isn’t ten times the size it is from silly (but fun!) records like this…
i am in the picturce of the hulk next to hunter and mitcheal
Wow- how did you ever find this post of mine? I guess by using the right search keywords on Google. I had to go back and look at the article again. That must be you in the last picture then with four others. I bet that was a blast for all of you to do this- congratulations Nick!