- Booster Gold
"Why should I let myself be used for the profits of others?"
—Booster Gold, Booster Gold #16, 1987
The chronological adventures of Booster Gold have been depicted exclusively in comic book form, however the character has escaped the 4-color pages of comic books to appear in a variety of other media. Surely this would make Booster quite proud.
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This shirt featuring Superman's logo, birth date, and death date super-imposed over the alternate version of Dan Jurgens' Death of Superman poster was released by Graphitti Designs. (Photo by Russ Burlingame.)
This shirt featuring Kevin Maguire's cover to Formerly Known as the Justice League #1 was released by Graphitti Designs. (Photo by Russ Burlingame.)
It took more than two decades from his arrival in the late 20th century, but Booster Gold finally got his own fan club t-shirts in 2009. This shirt is the first dedicated Booster Gold shirt to be officially licensed by DC Comics and produced by Graphitti Designs. The shirt is nearly identical to the one worn by Blair Butler on the cover of Booster Gold, Vol. 2, #23.
If you can't get your hands on a 25th-century power suit, you can now at least wear the next best thing: a Booster Gold Symbol t-shirt! This shirt was produced by Graphitti Designs under licence of DC Comics.
Just in time for Christmas shopping season, ThinkGeek.com released a new Booster Gold Symbol t-shirt under licence of DC Comics. This is the official Booster Gold shirt made by a company other than Graffiti Designs. Despite being called the "classic," this shirt actually represents Booster's post-Infinite Crisis, collarless costume.
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