Arrow’s entire cast thanks the BatKid for saving the day!
5-year old Miles Scott who is a leukemia survivor had his wish granted to become the Batkid for a day. What could make this story even better? Well, almost the entire city of San Francisco sending you thank you letters and showing their appreciation for you saving the day and fighting crime.
Among the people that were involved in supporting the BatKid and who thanked him were the president, Barrak Obama and the first Lady including one adult Batman, Val Kilmer.
Pretty much the entire city got involved in support of little Miles and allowed him to fight crime and criminals and do batman stunts. Although some might think that it couldn’t get any better than that, then Arrow’s entire cast members just the raised the bar even more. The crew uploaded a simple but perfect ‘Thanks Bat-kid’ video to show their appreciation and support.
The characters of the video, Oliver Queen, Felicity Smoak and John Diggle discuss an unusual problem that there are no more criminals left in the city and the only explanation is Bat-kid and his monumental defeat of crime!
The Starling City crime fighters actually get a night off thanks to the Bat-Kid. Instead of chasing down bad guys, Oliver gets to go out for dinner.
And this can put up for one of the best tributes given from one super hero to the other.