Police Arrest Real Life Super Hero Over Aurora Fears

I am continuing to blame Kick Ass.

Ex-military policeman Matthew Argintar, 23 from New Jersey, is a Real Life Super Hero. Dressed in a Batman-like face mask, a cape, arm pads and a bulletproof vest. And also a pair of handcuffs. Outside a Home Depot, he began asking people if there was anything they needed help with.

But fearing some kind of repeat of the Aurora shootings, people instead decided to call the police.

Who promptly arrested Argintar and charged him with disorderly conduct and unlawful possession of handcuffs.

He is facing seven months jail time.




Will Spider-Man’s Tombstone Be Making An MCU Appearance?

Gotham Fall Finale Brings All The Players To The Table

Red Tornado Is Coming To Supergirl On Monday

19 More Black Friday Sales In Comic Book Stores


Charles Roven Says Aquaman Development Is In Early Days

David Tennant Talks About Playing Kilgrave


Yes, Marvel Really Are Publishing The Star Wars: Ewoks And Droids Omnibus For $100


Annie Wu Joins Mark Waid On Archie #4 This Week

The Crew Gets Back Together In Barbershop: The Next Cut Trailer

Review: Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #1