Real Life Superhero Tragically Passes Away Sunday Night!
Tragedy struck as the world lost a real life superhero Sunday night. Authorities say that 51-year-old Leonard Robinson of Owings Mills was struck by a Toyota Camry Sunday night while standing in the fast lane checking the engine of his vehicle.
Robinson was best known for dressing up as Batman and visiting sick children in hospitals. He has brought happiness to countless children on his visits. The children especially loved his “Batmobile” which was a modified Lamborghini.
Robinson was already well known for traveling to different hospitals in the the Baltimore-Washington area and for the joy that he brought the children. He was thrown into the spotlight on the national level in 2012 when dash cam footage showed an officer pulling over Batman.
According to the Washington post, back in 2012, Robinson would spend more than $25,000 of his own money each year on Batman merchandise to give away to kids on his visits.
Leonard Robinson was truly a real life superhero that dedicated his life to the joy of children. The next superhero of the world has big shoes to fill as the world mourns for their felled hero.