On Friday, a pair of Wonder Woman and Superman cosplayers were attacked on Hollywood Blvd. allegedly by a transient.
Jennifer Wenger and Christopher Dennis were taking pictures for the Jimmy Kimmel Show when a female cowboy boot-wearing transient attacked them.
Wenger, known as "Hollywood Wonder Woman," said she was assaulted multiple times, getting her lip flicked and then punched in the face.
Christopher "Superman" Dennis came to her aid deflecting the blows until the police arrived.
The transient told Wonder Woman and Superman that they would be dead by tomorrow.
However, true to form, Jennifer Wenger stated she withheld fighting back, seeking inspiration from Wonder Woman.
"Thank you, Wonder Woman, for inspiring me to do the right thing and not hit that girl back. Because I was sitting there [thinking], 'What would Wonder Woman do?' She wouldn't hit the crazy lady," Wenger told ABC News.
Back in June, a fatal stabbing occurred in the area with a transient allegedly killing a woman after she refused to give a dollar for snapping a picture of the man.
Wenger and Dennis are unsure if they will press charges, but would like the transient to receive psychiatric care.
Check out the video of Jennifer Wenger and Christopher Dennis talking about the Wonder Woman and Superman attack: