Isaiah Owens, a four-year employee of Walmart, wore a cape as part of a back-to-school season promotion a year ago and never took it off. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Isaiah Owens, a four-year employee of Walmart, wore a cape as part of a back-to-school season promotion a year ago and never took it off. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Captain Walmart isn’t make-believe, he’s a real superhero

Worker Isaiah Owens wears a cape as he saves the day for shoppers in the checkout universe.

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