I am an intensive care unit nurse at the University of Maryland Medical Center, the first trauma hospital in the world. We regularly see motorcyclists survive devastating crashes if for no other reason because they were wearing a helmet. For years, Marvel Entertainment, a Walt Disney Company, has had superheroes riding motorcycles without helmets — including Wolverine, Ghost Rider and the Punisher. This trend is also exemplified by DC Comics' portrayals of Batman and Cat Woman riding the streets of Gotham City sans helmet. While this flippant disregard for safety regulations bothers me on any given day, I tend to keep it to myself since these characters are branded as dark, "bad-boy" personalities. But not today. This is the Captain America we are talking about, the Boy Scout of all superheroes. This law abiding soldier who is meant to exemplify the ideal role model citizen is seen in the movie deliberately breaking D.C.'s helmet law.