- Booster Gold
The following list represents the 524 heroes Booster Gold has encountered. Notes on methodology for the entries can be found here.
First Appearance: New Titans #79, 1991
First Meeting with Booster Gold: Bloodbath #1, 1993
The members of the Team Titans were heroes from the future related to the TEEN TITANS sent back in time to prevent their own history from occurring.
First Appearance: The Brave and the Bold, Vol. 1, #54, 1964
First Meeting with Booster Gold: New Teen Titans, Vol. 2, #29, 1987
Originally, the Teen Titans was composed of sidekicks of JUSTICE LEAGUE members. Over time, however, the team became a training ground for young heroes of all sorts.
Booster Gold's first interaction with the Teen Titans was also his first ever group team-up (see MAGENTA). Since that time, Booster has crossed paths with different line-ups of the Titans on a number of occasions, usually while in the process of trying to save the Earth from destruction or domination.
First Appearance: Superman's Girlfriend Lois Lane #105, 1970
First Meeting with Booster Gold: Booster Gold #2, 1986
Encounters with Booster Gold: 3
Thorn II is the adventuring split-personality alter-ego of advertising executive Rose Forrest.
Thorn is the first 20th-century super hero that Booster Gold has the pleasure to fight beside as they struggled to defeat the 1000 criminal organization (see DIRECTOR OF DEATH).
First Meeting with Booster Gold: Superman, Vol. 5, #19, 2020
After Superman revealed his secret identity to the world, a motley assortment of heroes helped him keep the peace.
Most of the heroes who met Superman in the Hall of Justice were members of other active groups, including the Justice League, Justice League Dark, Titans, or Terrifics. However, some, like the newcomer Naomi and the possessor of the H Dial, Miguel, were solo adventurers who were working with Booster Gold for the first time.
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