The Classic Adam West-Batman’s Bat Signal Lights Up Last One Time Over A Building IN Los Angeles In Honor of the Deceased Batman Actor Adam West

The Bat Signal shone over Los Angeles on Thursday night in tribute to the late Adam West. In this session, we will learn about the tribute to the late actor best known for playing Batman in the campy 1960 television series.

The Posthumous Tribute

Hundreds of fans, some in costume, cheered as the Mayor Eric Garcetti and Police Chief Charlie Beck turned on the Bat Signal, on 14 June 2017, Friday. The Bat Signal was light up onto the City Hall of Los Angeles.

The iconic circle of light with a bat-shaped silhouette glowed on the City Hall tower the last time.

Source: The New York Times (Bat Signal Projected Into the City Hall of Los Angeles, with a fan dressed in West’s Batman Mask)

Bat Signal is a spotlight with the shadow of Batman’s winged emblem shown on the night sky to call for Batman’s help in the Batman comics, movies, TV shows, games, etc.

Actor Burt Ward, who played Batman’s sidekick, Robin in the famed TV series and movie, was also present during the memorial ceremony to pay the tribute.

Source: DW.com (Late Adam West as Batman and Burt Ward as Robin)

West died on Friday at age 88.

Garcetti announced the event on Twitter and added the hashtag, £BrightKnight.

While Batman’s character is often referred to as the Dark Knight, in a statement, West’s children said that he aspired to positivity and always saw himself as “The Bright Knight.”

Short Bio of Adam West

Adam West was an American actor. He was famous for his role as Batman in the 1960s ABC’s TV series of the same name as well as its 1966 theatrical feature film. His career spanned 63 years.

West died in Los Angeles on June 9, 2017, following a brief battle with leukemia. He was 88 at the time of his death. On June 15, 2017, Los Angeles shined the Bat Signal on City Hall as a posthumous tribute to West.