“The Button” concludes with an emotionally-charged issue, asking DC fans to brace themselves for what comes next.
King Arthur: Legend of the Sword is a weird mish-mash of a movie, and without ever gelling its disparate elements the final product is tedious.
In “The Button Part Two”, Batman and The Flash finally team up to solve the big mystery of Rebirth, creating the potential for sweeping changes to the DC Universe.
Batman #21 sees Batman begin investigating that bloodied smiley face button, musing over its connection with the timeline disturbances. A connection, which is then barely touched on.
Beauty and the Beast is a big, splashy remake as only Disney can do them — which is to say yearly, because after The Jungle Book and now this film’s great success, Disney won’t ever stop.
Kong: Skull Island is great fun, elevating a predictable plot and flat characters with exciting action and entertaining performances.
Logan is a film that hits as hard as it does because of all that has come before it, bidding a fond farewell to one of comic book cinema’s best characters.
This first issue of The Once And Future Queen promises a clever updating of the classic King Arthur legend with modern touches.