BATMAN, Robin and a posse of other superheroes will soon unleash their powers in Griffith.
But residents shouldn't worry because these pint-sized crime fighters are just part of Griffith City Library's Book Week celebrations, which includes a street parade up Banna Avenue on Wednesday, August 22.
With all of the local primary schools invited, the parade is expected to be a sight to behold.
Library people and programs co-ordinator Rina Cannon said she hoped this year's theme, Champions Read, would inspire some fantastic outfits.
"We have asked the children to come along dressed up as their favourite superhero," Mrs Cannon said. "There are great prizes up for grabs for the best dressed class or school and we will have a free sausage sizzle in Memorial Park for all participants at the end of the parade.
"We are all looking forward to another great Book Week and I urge everyone to start working on their costumes.
"I'd urge everyone to come along and help cheer the kids on.
"This should be lots of fun, but Book Week is about so much more than that, it also encourages reading and literacy and helps celebrate The National Year of Reading."
The parade will make its way from the Griffith Visitors Centre to Memorial Park, with the likes of Spiderman, The Incredible Hulk, Catwoman, Wolverine and Wonder Woman marching together to the beat of a band.