King of the 'Glenn Real name: Ruben Hernandez; Occupation: Communitarian; Suburb of operations: Northglenn; Hair: Black; Eyes: Smiling
Suburban superhero skills: King of the 'Glenn has the coordination, endurance, strength and reaction time that is superior to any Northglenn resident who has ever competed at Boondocks Fun Center.
His colossal-coordinating skills are best demonstrated while engaged as Program Administrator for the First Nations Development Institute. King of the 'Glenn engages in a daily regimen of rigorous collaboration (including Grantmaking, Policy & Research, and Nonprofit Capacity Building) to assist Native Americans in the control and stewardship of their land, human potential, cultural heritage and natural resources.
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Like all Northglenners, the King's ultimate weapon is his blue-collar battlesuit, made entirely of discount fashions that are all hopelessly behind the times and accessorized with an Igloo Playmate personal cooler and a wrench. The battlesuit serves first as defensive armor, yet can be comfortably worn to gain easy access to all of the different communities of western Adams County.