StudioJake: Will Batman Be Rekt Soon? Plus Jeremy Frankel!

This past weekend on StudioJake: Comic book writer Sean Gordon Murphy is penning a DC Comics Elseworld titled Batman: White Knight. In it, Batman is seen through the eyes of a “cured” SJW version of The Joker. Will it be rekt? Probably. Dark Nights: Metal is finally here! The Justice League encounter the Black Hawks, who warn an inter-dimensional threat is targeting the Batman. ‘The War of Jokes and Riddles’ continues in Gotham in the pages of Batman. Will the Dark Knight be able to stop them before they tear the city apart?

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My colleague from The Daily Wire, Jeremy Frankel, joins StudioJake to talk about our favorite televisions returning this Fall. Hawaii Five-0, Prison Break, Homeland, Designated Survivor, Gotham, Agents of SHIELD, and several others. How did we end up talking about Heroes? It was probably my fault.

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