Holy wish, Batman!
This month, the Make-a-Wish Foundation will make one little superhero's dream come true by making him Batman for the day.
Five-year-old superhero-loving Miles has leukemia.
He told the Bay Area Make-a-Wish Foundation that his greatest dream is to one day become Batman.
And because no wish is to big for the dream-making foundation, on November 15, he'll done a cap and cowl as San Francisco turns into Gotham City just for him.
Miles, dressed as Batman, along with a grownup sidekick also dressed as Batman, will be called on by the Gotham City Police Chief to help clean up the city and bring "bad guys to justice."
He'll take to the streets in the "real" Batmobile, rescue a damsel in distress from Nob Hill's cable car tracks, then stop the Riddler from robbing a downtown vault.
During his lunch break at Burger Bar overlooking Union Square, an urgent call to his Batphone will tell him to go to the window. When Miles looks down, he'll see a huge group of volunteers begging forRead More »from Five-year-old boy to become Batman for a day