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Batkid may be done fighting crime in San Francisco -- for now, at least -- but thanks to an anonymous donor, he's still keeping a close watch on the Northern California city.

The executive director of Make-A-Wish in the Bay Area, Patricia Wilson, recently tweeted a photo showing a newly erected Billboard near Oakland, Calif. with 5-year-old Miles Scott's adorable face plastered on it.

"Thanks for saving the city Batkid!" the billboard reads.

The young leukemia survivor quickly became a viral sensation after Make-A-Wish gave him the opportunity to be Batman for a day as they transformed San Fransisco into Gotham City.

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