After decades of cosplay which should have inured us against this, Gadot doesn’t look like she’s dressed up as Wonder Woman – she just looks like Wonder Woman. In a film about an icon, she looks iconic.
Yes, it’s fun… but in a smug, arch way that prevents it from being anywhere near as much fun as it clearly thinks it is.
What happens when superheroes grow old? Logan addresses that question.
Chris McKay’s movie is a charming delight, and a very worthwhile investment of 100 minutes of your time.
Transrealities shows a lot of potential in its creators, and is worth reading on its own merits.
Watching is one of those comics that provokes very different reactions. Some people obviously love it, but this reviewer finds it a bit opaque.
Whilst this is certainly a lesser Marvel Cinematic Universe movie, it’s still okay.
Nothing you haven’t seen before, but nevertheless funny and charming.
Josie and the Pussycats is rock biopic in comics form, and there’s nothing wrong with that.
Well-meaning, but insubstantial, Northwest Press’ one-shot tale of a drag-queen crusader, Mama Tits Saves The World, looks like it ought to be a lot of fun, but fails to deliver.