A Hong Kong photographer has created an ingenious picture series of a Lego Batman helping to do good deeds and defeat evil in the city through small acts of kindness. Ric Tse’s amusing photographs of the tiny caped crusader have become an online sensation after he shared them on his Facebook page towards the end of last month, just ahead of the release of the hotly anticipated on the coming Thursday. Tse’s “Batman: Save the City” shows a miniature Batman fearlessly coming to the rescue in a range of unlikely scenarios. One image depicts him using a watering can to extinguish a discarded lit cigarette, while another shows him preparing to paint over red graffiti scrawled in Chinese characters over a white wall. Later, he is shown donning an industrial strength mask as he works to repair someone’s iPhone charger cable. He is also photographed preparing to swat a fly which has annoyingly landed on someone’s biscuits, as well as sweep up sugar which has accidentally spilt next to a cup of coffee. One shot that will amuse Hongkongers features Batman pushing an old lady in a wheelchair across a road, while a Hong Kong-style minibus and taxi wait patiently. In other shots, Batman is seen performing more high-level rescue missions.