Hong Kong's leader has claimed China will not back down from its decision to limit voting reforms.
Beijing's decision to vet candidates for Hong Kong's leadership election in 2017 has sparked mass protests.
Thousands of activists have blocked streets as they demand full democracy and the resignation of the city's leader Leung Chun-ying.
"The central government will not rescind its decision," Chun-ying is quoted as saying.
The superhero appeared to join pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong which have been going on for over a month.
A Hong Kong resident says the Occupy Central protests, now in their third week, show another side to a city known for its "cold efficiency".
Despite clashes on the streets a university student used a brief moment of quiet to ask his girlfriend to marry him and she said 'yes'.