- Booster Gold
The following list represents the 354 villains Booster Gold has encountered. Notes on methodology for the entries can be found here.
First Meeting with Booster Gold: Booster Gold, Vol. 2, #11, 2008
Membership: Blockbuster I, Clayface II, Wiley Dalbert
Gotham City, home of the BATMAN, attracts more than its fair share of super powerful villains, who alone or in groups always find a way to challenge the Dark Knight Defender of Gotham.
Although Booster Gold has encountered many of Batman's more prominent foes over the years, it was not until a time anomaly created when Wiley Dalbert erased Batman from existence that Booster met, however briefly, either the original Blockbuster or Clayface. (Both criminals had their criminal careers and lives end around the time that Booster Gold first made the scene in the 20th Century.)
First Appearance: Justice League, Vol. 1, #2, 1987
First Meeting with Booster Gold: Justice League #6, 1987
Encounters with Booster Gold: 5
Once a sorcerer determined to learn the secrets of the cosmos, the Gray Man was punished for his hubris by the Lords of Order (see Lords of Chaos & Order), condemning him to gather the lingering life essence from dead souls.
When the Gray Man devised a plan to gather power for his own attack on the world in revenge for his imprisonment, Booster Gold and the JUSTICE LEAGUE opposed him.
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