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OCONOMOWOC, Wis. (CBS 58) -- Gotham City is nowhere near Oconomowoc, but that didn't stop Batman from rolling through town Friday.
Craig Schiefelbein actually owns an original Batmobile.
He and his wife have been making masks for healthcare providers.
He calls them "superhero" masks, and on Friday, he delivered some of those asks and superhero wristbands to Rogers Hospital in Oconomowoc.
"The reaction is over the top, I think there's a little bit of Batman in every one of us. So we get to go out and pay tribute, typically used for sick and special needs children, recognizing them as our superheroes. And now in this crazy time, we're getting to recognize the other superheroes," Schiefelbein said.
It could be called a gesture of respect, from one superhero to another.