Justice League (2017)
Batman #35 – Endgame Part 1
Art by Greg Capullo
Arthur’s pace as he swam into the throne room of Atlantis was an infuriated one. He sped away from the disaster that was his supposed collaboration with the ‘Justice League’ he had unwittingly joined, utterly disappointed. His frown was so deep, so sunken on his face that it reflected his expectations of any further team-ups with his so-called friends in regards to Atlantean matters. It was most likely due to the fury on his face – the mere sight of his foul mood too obvious to ignore – that motivated Mera’s use of her hydrokinesis upon his arrival.
He stomped his feet down onto the floor of the illustrious room just as the water washed over his body and exited the space. His domineering presence was felt by all, and typically, he’d try to ease himself when in the presence of the palace guards in order to avoid isolating himself from the culture he had been absent from for a great deal of his life. Thankfully, it was none other than Mera who commanded the room and delivered the order he wished to give, “Leave us.”
Together, Arthur saw their aura as a terrifying entity to those who opposed them and their guards weren’t so foolish to do so.
Armoured feet clamoured to vacate the throne room. Arthur stared down his greatest ally – his only one, it felt like – as he awaited for the noise to cease. Once he was certain they were alone, a heavy sigh filled his chest and spilled out while he made his way to the throne. “Today was such a disaster.”
I’m sorry why wasn’t Jeremy Irons at the Justice League panel ??? Obviously, Alfred has a very important role in the movie as the Team Mom™.