Batman needs to go fight the bad guys and helps kids fight cancer.

Who is the Route 29 Batman? This guy. – Rosenwald, Md. – The Washington Post.

Police pulled a man over on Route 29 in Silver Spring last week because of a problem with his plates. This would not ordinarily make international news, but the car was a black Lamborghini, the license plate was the Batman symbol, and the driver was Batman, dressed head-to-toe in full superhero regalia.


It didn’t take long before images of the Dark Knight’s encounter with law enforcement began turning up in Facebook news feeds, on CNN and the London tabloids. The episode even made it into Jimmy Fallon’s monologue on NBC earlier this week.

The Caped Crusader is a businessman from Baltimore County who visits sick children in hospitals, handing out Batman paraphernalia to up-and-coming superheros who first need to beat cancer and other wretched diseases.

Tip: @donttrythis Adam Savage on Twitter

Robinson talks to Jayden Deleon-Talbert, brother of Khloe Deleon-Talbert, a patient being treated at Children’s National Medical Center, at the annual Hope for Henry Superhero Celebration. Allen Goldberg

Every now and then, we post a feel good story about somewhat odd people being really nice. Real superheros. Nothing to be skeptical about. It’s a great idea. He does this on his own time, with his own money, for a meaningful cause. We should all be so awesome. So, while you may not be able to afford a Lamborghini or take a lot of time out of your day, do something that matters. Be someone who gets remembered – for a good deed.

Not everything is solved by science and being rational. We are people with feeling and fears first.