Boy, 6, becomes superhero for a day

A Wisconsin boy battling a genetic disorder became a superhero for a day and received a free shopping spree. It was all thanks to the Make-A-Wish Foundation and Macy's.

Giovonni Realzola has been through a lot in his six years. He's dealt with many doctor visits and treatments and all sorts of stuff.

On any given day, he's going toe-to-toe with a genetic disorder called Neurofibromatosis.

On Saturday, he swung into Macy's to do Battle with "The Processor" and his Henchmen. The stage was all set for the epic showdown as the people of Greendale anxiously awaited the return of Spidey Kid.

Realzola is perfect for the role because he has been a fighter for much of his life.

A chaotic chase ensued until Spidey Kid and Greendale Police had the villains cornered.

"Greendale's police department, we've got their rescue squad , we've got their fire department, so there is all kids of folks rallying behind the cause what Giovonni is going to do for us," said President and Store Manager of Macy's Southridge Jon Otterbacher.

"It takes an entire community to make these wishes come true and to see a community gather together to be part of that experience. It's what it's all about," said Make-A-Wish Foundation's Forrest Doolen.