Batman at 75: To All a Dark Knight: Kevin Conroy, Kevin Smith, Michael Uslan, and more talk Batman (video)

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Update 05/26/14: Check out a full replay in the video above.

Tonight at 6:30pm ET a panel titled “Batman at 75: To All a Dark Knight” will be streamed live from the Paley Center in New York. Kevin Conroy, Kevin Smith, Michael Uslan, Chip Kidd, and Marc Tyler Nobleman will all be on the panel to talk about the Dark Knight.

Come back to Batman News at 6:30pm ET tonight to watch the live event in the video player above.

Batman at 75: To All a Dark Knight

Monday, May 5, 2014
6:30 pm
New York


Kevin Conroy, Voice of Batman, Batman: The Animated Series; The New Batman Adventures; Batman Beyond
Chip Kidd, Designer, Batman: The Complete History; Author, Batman: Death by Design
Marc Tyler Nobleman, Author, Bill the Boy Wonder: The Secret Co-Creator of Batman
Kevin Smith, Filmmaker; Writer, Batman comic books; Host, Fat Man on Batman podcast
Michael Uslan, Executive Producer, The Dark Knight film trilogy; Author, The Boy Who Loved Batman
Moderator: Whitney Matheson, Columnist, USA Today’s “Pop Candy”

Watch this event live streamed at 6:30 pm ET/3:30 pm PT.

Join in the conversation with #PaleyLive

Even your grandmother could name Batman’s sidekick or home base (or maybe both). The Dark Knight is arguably the world’s most popular superhero and one of the most iconic and influential fictional characters of all time. Celebrate the seventy-fifth anniversary of his first appearance, in Detective Comics #27 (May 1939), with this panel of influential creators and interpreters of Batman entertainment, all of whom were fans first. (Bring your grandmother.)

The following book signings will follow the event:
Batman: Death By Design (Chip Kidd)
Bill The Boy Wonder: The Secret Co-Creator of Batman and Boys of Steel: The Creators of Superman (Marc Tyler Nobleman)
The Boy Who Loved Batman: A Memoir (Michael Uslan)

Additional Batman books will also be available for purchase.

The main theater is SOLD OUT.
Tickets are still available for the closed-circuit viewing room: Members: $5; General Public: $10