Is it a bird, is it a plane... no, it’s Sheffield’s super fundraiser Luke Junior.
The fun-loving charity worker dressed as Superman at Cineworld in Sheffield to collect money to help Sheffield’s Hospitals Charity.
And he’s wanting to turn up as the superhero to help other good causes too - especially children and teenagers suffering from cancer.
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Luke flew into action to collect money at the cinema to celebrate the launch of the new Man Of Steel film.
And, although he can’t fly, he still hopes to be a super inspiration to others to help charities and make a difference.
“I’m not sure how much I raised, dressing up as Superman,” he said. “I’ve got donations from friends and family to come in yet.
“I’m eventually wanting to do a skydive and wing suit jump for charity kids and teenagers who suffer with cancer.
“I just want to give them a bit of hope and happiness. My mum has always said I’m destined to help people because I’ve always wanted to save people.
“I may not be able to fly but I know deep down any task I’m given, I can do.
“I want to be able to give children hope that Superman does exist.”