Real Life Batman Tragically Killed By Motorist

Real Life Batman Tragically Killed By Motorist
.

Real Life Batman Tragically Killed By Motorist

Real Life Batman Tragically Killed By Motorist

Real Life Batman Tragically Killed By Motorist

Real Life Batman Tragically Killed By Motorist


The Good Die Young, Never Was As True Of A Statement, As It Is When It Refers To Leonard Robinson.

For 14 years his mission in life was to put smiles of the faces of suffering children, and to give them hope and a moment of happiness.

Who doesn't love the BATMAN and what he stands for.

Leonard Robinson was an genuinely caring and altruistic individual who brought more smiles to kids faces, than we can ever imagine.

We first heard of Leonard, as many other people did, when he was pulled over by Police in his Lamborghini Batmobile in 2012.

when we discovered what happened to him we had to pay our respects, by sharing his story, with people who may not have known of his good deeds and unselfish acts of kindness.


Real Life Batman Tragically Killed By Motorist
Leonard (BATMAN)Robinson was having engine trouble and stopped "partially in the fast lane," according to a state police news release.

He was checking the engine when the Batmobile was struck by a Toyota Camry. The 'Batmobile', a black Lamborghini, then hit him. Robinson was pronounced dead at the scene. The driver of the Toyota was unhurt but declined to comment.

The superhero impersonator is said to have spent over £16,000 of his own money each year on Batman toys for sick children. He began visiting hospitals in 2001, occasionally accompanied by his son, Brandon, who played the superhero's sidekick, Robin.

Hope For Henry, a charity for children battling cancer, was often the beneficiary of Robinson's generosity. Spokesperson Laurie Strongin said: "He made so many kids so happy. When I asked him to do anything, he always said yes."

"He touched a lot of lives and made a lot of kids smile," his younger brother, Scott Robinson, told the Washington Post after his death. "That's all he wanted to do."

Robinson had made a fortune after selling a cleaning business he started as a teenager, and decided to use the money for good.

He became interested in Batman through his son Brandon, who was obsessed with the caped crusader when he was a boy. "I used to call him Batman," he told The Washington Post. "His obsession became my obsession."

Robinson dressed in full Batman regalia including heavy leather and neoprene uniform that he bought from a professional costume maker.




The video that made Leonard popular....




HIS CUSTOM MADE BATMOBILE
Real Life Batman Tragically Killed By Motorist

BE SURE TO SHARE LIKE TWEET STUMBLE



WHAT'S POPULAR NOW