VILLAINS

The following list represents the 300 villains that Booster Gold has encountered. Notes about reading the entries can be found here.

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Mammoth

Mammoth. Image © DC ComicsFirst Appearance:
New Teen Titans, Vol. 1, #3, 1981

First Meeting with Booster Gold:
52 #1, 2006

Encounters with Booster Gold: 2

A founding member of the Fearsome Five, Mammoth possesses super human strength and stamina.

Booster Gold used SKEETS' knowledge of 20th-century crimes to prevent Mammoth from an impromptu jewelry store robbery.

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Manga Khan

Manga Khan. Image © DC ComicsFirst Appearance:
Justice League International, Vol. 1, #14, 1988

First Meeting with Booster Gold:
Justice League International #14, 1988

Encounters with Booster Gold: 3

Lord Manga Khan is the absolute ruler of the Cluster, an intergalactic merchant organization that employs its own sets of rules in dealing with merchandise. He is often surrounded by robotic assistants such as L-Ron (see JUSTICE LEAGUE), who appear to make up the majority of the Cluster.

Booster Gold first encountered the Cluster when it launched an attack on Earth in search of marketable goods. It was some time later before Booster met Manga Khan face-to-face on the plant of Apokolips.

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Manhunters

Manhunters. Image © DC ComicsFirst Appearance:
First Issue Special #5, 1975

First Meeting with Booster Gold:
Justice League International #9, 1988

Encounters with Booster Gold: 5

The Manhunters were created by the GUARDIANS OF THE UNIVERSE as predecessors to the GREEN LANTERN CORPS. When the Oans triggered the Millennium evolution of the human race, the Manhunters opposed the project.

The Manhunters used extortion to force Booster Gold to turn traitor on the JUSTICE LEAGUE and join the Manhunters against the HEROES OF THE MILLENNIUM.

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Manthrax

Manthrax. Image © DC ComicsFirst Appearance:
52 Week Six, Vol. 1, 2006

First Meeting with Booster Gold:
52 #6, 2006

Encounters with Booster Gold: 2

Bill "Bob" Castell was an actor who agreed to play the part of the super terrorist Manthrax for pay.

Manthrax threatened a Metropolis subway until Booster Gold opposed him. There was little danger for Booster in the encounter, as he was the one who paid Manthrax to attack the subway in the first place.

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Maximillion

Maximillion. Image © DC ComicsFirst Appearance:
Booster Gold, Vol. 2, #4, 2006

First Meeting with Booster Gold:
Booster Gold, Vol. 2, #4, 2008

Encounters with Booster Gold: 3

Maximillion is a Security Droid Model 97.8, long descended from the Model 2.0 Security Droids like Skeets II (see SKEETS). Maximillion is to SUPERNOVA III as Skeets is to Booster Gold.

Much to Skeets' dismay, he discovers that he has an arch-enemy when he and Booster Gold confronted Supernova III to save the history of the second FLASH.

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Metallo

Metallo. Image © DC ComicsFirst Appearance:
Action Comics #252, 1959

First Meeting with Booster Gold:
Superman, Vol. 2, #124, 1997

Encounters with Booster Gold: 2

John Corben is a nigh-indestructible cyborg called Metallo, "The Man with the Kryptonite Heart."

While searching for Superman, Booster Gold passed an incapacitated Metallo following his defeat to the combined might of Scorn (see SUPERMAN) and Superman.

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Mister Mind

Mister Mind. Image © DC ComicsFirst Appearance:
Power of Shazam #12, 1996

First Meeting with Booster Gold:
Superman, Vol. 2, #124, 1997

Encounters with Booster Gold: 19

Mister Mind is a criminal mastermind from the planet Venus. He has opposed the heroes of Earth, most notably Captain Marvel (see JUSTICE LEAGUE).

Although he was completely unaware of it at the time, Booster Gold met Mister Mind long before Mind revealed himself as a threat to the new multiverse following the Infinite Crisis.

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Mister Twister

Mister Twister. Image © DC ComicsFirst Appearance:
Booster Gold, Vol. 1, #5, 1986

First Meeting with Booster Gold:
Booster Gold #5, 1986

Encounters with Booster Gold: 1

Very little is known about the man who calls himself Mister Twister, other than the fact that he once used a very large bomb to threaten the citizens of Metropolis.

When Mister Twister interrupted a hockey game with a bomb, Booster Gold arrived on the scene to defuse the situation. This earned Booster the admiration of Detective Stone of the Metropolis Police Department.

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Monarch

Monarch. Image © DC ComicsFirst Appearance:
Armageddon 2001, Vol. 1, #1, 1991 (Monarch I)
Extreme Justice, Vol. 1, #0, 1995 (Monarch II)

First Meeting with Booster Gold:
Armageddon 2001 #2, 1991

Monarch I was a dictator from ten years in the future when he first arrived to threaten the world. Returning to the present, he triggered his own creation by interacting with Hank Hall, better known as the hero Hawk (see TEEN TITANS). When Earth's heroes defeated him, changing his history, Monarch changed his plans and motif (see EXTANT) and passed his technologically advanced suit of armor to his successor, Nathaniel Adam. The armor allowed Monarch II, an alternate universe version of CAPTAIN ATOM, to escape his interdimensional prison and travel to Earth.

Booster Gold joined the HEROES OF ARMAGEDDON 2001 in opposing the first Monarch. Though Booster was initially willing to aid Captain Atom in opposing the second Monarch, his desire to escape the life-support prison of his Mark IV armor led to his acceptance of the second Monarch's offer of prosthetic limbs. Trusting the second Monarch proved to be a poor decision on Booster's part.

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Thomas Oscar Morrow

Thomas Oscar Morrow. Image © DC ComicsFirst Appearance:
The Flash, Vol. 1, #143, 1964

First Meeting with Booster Gold:
52 #50, 2007

Scientist T.O. Morrow, aka Thomas Oscar Morrow, invented a device that allows him to view television broadcasts from the future. Using the technology of tomorrow, Morrow has embarked on a life of crime to fund his research. Morrow is most famous as the creator of the android Red Tornado, member of the JUSTICE LEAGUE.

RIP HUNTER and Booster Gold enlist T.O. Morrow to help trap the rogue second SKEETS.

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