You can see Jax Falkstrom, 6 wearing his batman costume proud in this home video.
His parents submitted the video for a WTVO contest to win tickets to see "Batman Live" at the BMO Harris Bank Center.
Jax's surprising answer was the winning entry.
WTVO/ WQRF Meteorologist Candice King surprised Jax at Marquette Elementary School with 4 tickets.
The Batman fan said, he didn't think he was going to win.
"I was surprise!" said Jax Falkstrom.
Mike Falkstrom wasn't expecting that kind of response from his little boy.
"Most parents ask their kids who's your hero, and you hear Spiderman, Batman, and when he said his family," said Falkstrom. "I was a little proud of myself."
Falkstrom said, knowing that his son looks up to his family over his favorite superhero makes his job as a father fulfilling and much more rewarding.
"To have my kid look up to me... What father doesn't feel accomplished when that happens? You know it's a proud moment. Real proud for me really," said Falkstrom.
And tickets to see "Batman Live" is a gift Jax's mother Heather said, is a gift he will never forget.
"This is the best thing that could've happen for him right before Christmas. It's good!" said Heather Falkstrom.
"Batman Live" kicks off Friday at the BMO Harris Bank Center, and runs until December 2nd.
Click here if you would like to purchase "Batman Live" tickets.