One of our favorite local heroes, Baltimore Batman, was killed in a car accident earlier this month–but his good deeds live on, thanks to copycat heroes who plan on continuing his work with kids in need.
Just before his death, Baltimore Batman (who went by Lenny Robinson when not in costume) helped out Jacob, an 8-year-old boy who was struggling with a bully. But on Jacob’s first day of school, West Virginia’s Huntington Batman stepped up to the plate, arriving at school in a Batmobile and spreading a strong, anti-bullying message.
“The whole Batman Army and the world needs to be inspired by this,” Huntington Batman John Buckland told WCHS TV.
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