It looks like something straight out of a comic book. Batman and Spiderman tangled up in a web of windows at Sanford Children's Hospital.
Employees of Black Hills Window Cleaning dressed up as Super Heroes to put on a show for the patients on Wednesday.
Maegan Schroeder and her four-year-old child Keaton got a front row seat of all the high flying action.
"Batman cleaned all the windows clean and another one missed a spot," Keaton said.
But even though these kids don't feel well, they made sure they didn't miss this rare window of opportunity to watch super hero stunt men suspended several stories high, dangle by a rope.
All the action was enough to make anyone say, "holy cow." And for any parent of a sick child, you could call this stunt, comic relief.
"Sanford does a really great job of taking care of the kids, making it kid oriented," Maegan said.
Because of their high flying performance, Batman, Spiderman, Captain America and Wonder Woman have done justice to the windows and brought smiles to the sick kids' faces, who would rather not be in the hospital.
"It hasn't been very fun, but the super heroes was a good distraction," Maegan said.
The crew cleaned all the windows on the Sanford campus, but cleaned 12 on the castle while in costume.