Batman in Focus

. December 31, 2014.
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Matt Yockey is an Assistant Professor of Film at The University of Toledo by day, but by night he studies the dark-winged detective super-hero Batman. Vault of Midnight Comix invites Yockey to lead a talk about his new book Batman, which explores the social impact the superhero’s 1966 TV-series had on American culture.

6:30-7:30pm. Friday 30. Vault of Midnight, 219 Main St. 734-998-1413. 

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