Link Tank: Batman Visual Lecture and More

A one-of-a-kind Batman visual lecture is taking place in NYC this week, plus more from today's Link Tank!

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In important drinking news: Kimmy Schmidt breakout star Tituss Burgess FINALLY has his own Pinot Noir.

Finally, this weekend at Big Apple Comic Con, comic book art historian and Den of Geek contributor Arlen Schumer is giving a one-of-a-kind visual lecture on the 50th anniversary of the Batman TV series:

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The incredible American pop culture year of 1966 began with a bang in January with the premiere of the Batman television series! An overnight sensation, it featured all the colorful heroes and villains, outlandish sets, and lettering sound effects inspired by the Batman comic books themselves. But which Batman comics did the TV series take its cues from? That’s what comic book art historian Arlen Schumer’s new VisuaLecture is all about: discussing and dissecting the origins of this landmark, groundbreaking TV series—warts and all—and how it came to kick off the “Batmania” that is still going strong, 50 years later! You’ll see the Batman TV series, and the comic books it came from, like you’ve never seen them before!

You can read more from Schumer on Batman ‘66 here.