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The City of Angels to Honor a Bat Man :: Adam West

The Bat-Signal will fly high tonight over Los Angeles as the city comes out to honor the memory of actor and icon Adam West of BATMAN: The Television Series fame.

(Los Angeles) There will hardly be a dry eye as patrons under the skies of the City of Angels in Los Angeles, CA pay tribute to actor Adam West who passed away on Friday, June 9 at the age of 88. Best known for his work on the classic Batman television series which aired from 1966-68, West paved a path for genre enthusiast (and every camp-phile) paved the way for the modern era’s adaptation of DC Comics characters to live action on television and film.

In a press release announced yesterday a fitting tribute to the pop culture icon will be taking place on Thursday, June 15 @ 9pm PST at Los Angeles City Hall. Mayor Eric Garrett and Police Department Chief Charlie Beck will join surprise Batman guests for a ceremonial lighting of the Bat-Signal at City Hall which will projected onto the tower of at Spring Street. Fans are encouraged to attend!

The family of Adam West encourage attendees and fans all around the nation to make a donation to the Adam West Memorial Fund to benefit St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and other charities for children diagnosed with cancer and their families including Camp Rainbow Gold.

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2 comments on “The City of Angels to Honor a Bat Man :: Adam West

  1. Chris Garbarino

    Awesome that LA is honoring the Batman for several generations. He was the gateway for many of us into superheroes and comic books. It was a shame that he was type cast, because he was a witty intelligent actor. So glad he got a second wind with family Guy and meeting his many fans on the convention circuit. If I lived in LA I would attend the event, but for the man that meant so much to many of us I will make a donation to the charities the family requested in Mr West’s honor. God Speed to the Bright Knight!

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