Real Life Batman Is A Superhero To Sick Children

Zac Mihajlovic from Australia took his Batman obsession to the next level. He hand-built his very own street-legal version of the Batmobile. What's even cooler is that he is using it for a great cause. The real life Batman has turned down upwards of six figure sums for the comic book staple. He chooses to use the Batmobile to grant wishes to sick children. He teamed up with Make-A-Wish foundation and is making dreams come true for terminally ill children. He dresses up as Batman and surprises sick children. Zac has become a real life Superhero to kids who need him most.

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