Only in America: The perils of Batman envy POSTED ON AUGUST 24, 2012, AT 12:35 PM A New Jersey man claims police overreacted when they arrested him for being dressed like a superhero. Matthew Argintar, 23, admits he was outside a Home Depot wearing a bulletproof vest, mask, and cape — and carrying handcuffs — but says he wore his superhero get-up "to inspire hope," which speaks volumes about the perceived hopelessness of a Home Depot parking lot.
Mel Gibson criticizes violence in Marvel films One of the beautiful (or perhaps terrible) things about art is that its open to so many interpretations. Thats sort of the point of it. The same thing can be said about violence in art. There are some people who condemn it entirely but violence can be handled in so many different ways that many judge on a case by case basis whether its depicted as gratuitous or important. Mel Gibson whose movie Hacksaw Ridge just premiered doesnt approve of…
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Generally speaking, the stars of The CW are known for being—amongst other things—highly attractive. And considering the number of superhero and supernatural shows the network airs, most of them need great physiques as well as pretty smiles. After all, it's hard to have a beer belly when your character is supposed to have a vampiric metabolism, or wears spandex and fights crime for a living.
Ephemeralist: The Met Museum—Bernini Maquettes and Medieval Industrial Design. Speaking of, the Arms and Armor Hall has been refreshed. It's one of my favorite galleries at the Met, a self-contained satellite, a display of medieval industrial design par excellence that encapsulates industrial skill, function, and protection, all while evoking superheroes, chivalry, and royal courts. (MoMA's exhibit including bulletproof wear is the contemporary equivalent.)