Taking its cues from the Gotham City Police Force, Los Angeles paid tribute to the late Adam West on Thursday night by shining the "Bat-signal" onto City Hall in tribute to the star of the 60s TV version of Batman.
While nothing has been altogether confirmed when it comes to the future of Family Guy, including if West had recorded more episodes prior to his death, the show will likely create some sort of further tribute down the road.
West was reportedly cast as the billionaire superhero after producer William Dozier noticed him playing a Bond-like character in a Nestle Quik TV commercial.
West will play his iconic Batman role one last time in the animated film Batman vs. Two-Face, set to be released later this year.
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Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti and LAPD Chief Charlie Beck, who led the ceremony, were joined onstage by Burt Ward, the Robin to West's Batman.
While the Bat-Signal wasn't invented in West's TV show - it first appeared in the pages of Detective Comics #60 in 1942 - the phenomenon of the show helped solidify key aspects of Batman's lore, including the Batcave, Batmobile, and, uh, Bat-Shark Repellant.
West died last Friday at the age of 88 after suffering from leukaemia.
Adam West attends a "Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders" event at New York Comic-Con on October 6, 2016 in New York City. MacFarlane also said he was privileged to have worked with West. Adam and I had a special friendship for more than 50 years.
Online, many posts flashed images of the Batman logo and the hashtag #AdamWestTribute.
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