Vault of Midnight
1226 Library St.
Detroit, MI 48226
Past EventsFeb. 12, 2020 to Feb. 13, 2020: Making Our Way Home Signings
Vault of Midnight is excited to present a book signing at all three store locations with Blair Imani and Rachelle Baker to showcase Making Our Way Home, their new graphic novel.
The signings will take place from:
Wednesday, February 12th from 1:00 – 3:00 PM in Ann Arbor
Wednesday, February 12th from 5:00 – 7:00 PM in Detroit
Thursday, February 13th from 5:00 – 7:00 PM in Grand RapidsAug. 7, 2019: Absolute Carnage #1 Signing
Vault of Midnight Detroit is excited to present the debut issue of an all-new VENOM and CARNAGE series, launching in August from Marvel: ABSOLUTE CARNAGE!
Written by Donny Cates (Marvel’s Venom, Silver Surfer Black, Cosmic Ghost Rider, and Thanos Wins and Image Comics’ God Country) and illustrated by Detroit-area artist Ryan Stegman (Marvel’s Amazing Spider-Man, Superior Spider-Man, and Venom), the series centers on a character who has skirted the periphery of the Marvel Universe for months. CARNAGE aka Cletus Kasady at last stands poised to make his grand return to New York in a blistering 60-PAGE story… and he wants to paint the town red!
This caps off a career year for local creator, Ryan Stegman, series artist on what is being called a milestone run in VENOM history. After turning Venom’s world upside down a year ago, Stegman and Cates are about to put the Sinister Symbiote through hell again. Only this time Carnage has come calling, and everyone who’s ever worn a symbiote is dead in his sights!
Come celebrate this exciting book launch for ABSOLUTE CARNAGE #1 by meeting Ryan Stegman for a very special release event at our Downtown Detroit location! We validate parking at the Z Parking Garage for up to two hours with any purchase.June 24, 2016: Threadbare Signing
Anne Elizabeth Moore appears for the first-ever signing at Vault of Midnight’s Detroit shop on Friday, June 24 at 7:00 PM.
Join us and hang out with the award winning critic, anthologist, writer, and all-around bad ass Anne Elizabeth Moore as she celebrates the release of her newest work Threadbare: Clothes, Sex & Trafficking.
Threadbare works through 22 vignettes to tell the story of clothes from angles often left ignored: “Narratives relate to fashion models, factory workers, salespeople, international trade agreements, foreign-trade zones, antisex trafficking efforts, and the vicious-cycle interplay between working in the garment business vs. the sex industry” (Library Journal).
Moore is also the author of Unmarketable, Cambodian Grrrl, and was the inaugural editor of Best American Comics.