- Booster Gold
BOOSTER GOLD: The Facts
"Get ready world... cuz the might Booster is here at last!"
—Booster Gold, Booster Gold #8, 1986
Since his debut in 1985 as DC Comic's first major character in its newly reorganized post-Crisis on Infinite Earths Universe, Booster Gold has appeared in 862 comic books, working alongside most of DC Comics' most storied characters, including Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman.
What makes Booster Gold unique is his uncommon embrace of global celebrity and monetary reward for performing superheroic acts often associated with more altruistic heroes. Few would guess that beneath the veneer of self-importance is a hero with a real heart of gold, selflessly dedicated to preserving recorded history.
Metropolis University (incomplete)
Jon Carter (father),
Michelle Carter (twin sister),
Daniel Jon Carter (ancestor),
Rose Levin (ancestor),
Rip Hunter (son),
Rani (foster child),
Gladys (alleged ex-wife)
Blue Beetle II (business partner & best friend),
Firehawk I (former partner & love interest),
Godiva (former teammate & love interest),
Goldstar I (sidekick),
Goldstar II (sidekick),
Harley Quinn (love interest),
Rip Hunter (business partner)
Justice League America,
Conglomerate (team leader),
Justice League International (team leader)
Booster Gold Internatonal (owner, defunct),
Rip Hunter's Laboratory, AZ, USA,
(formerly Gotham, Metropolis, New York City)
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