Late "Batman" star Adam West was honored Thursday night at Los Angeles City Hall, with officials lighting the side of the building with a 70-foot high Bat-Signal
Thousands of citizens sporting Batman attire and other superhero garb gathered to pay tribute to West, best known for playing the Caped Crusader on the 1960s television show "Batman."
Mayor Eric Garcetti, accompanied by Los Angeles Police Department Chief Charlie Beck, lit the signal in memory of West, who died Friday at the age of 88 from leukemia.
City News Service contributed to this report.
Thousands of fans gathered in downtown Los Angeles Thursday night as city officials lit the side of City Hall with a 70-foot tall "bat signal" to honor the original "Batman" Adam West.