- Booster Gold
The following list represents the 354 villains Booster Gold has encountered. Notes on methodology for the entries can be found here.
First Appearance: Green Lantern, Vol. 2, #23, 1963
First Meeting with Booster Gold: Justice League Quarterly #10, 1993
The original Tattooed Man was Abel Tarrant, who used his ability to create tattoos that could come to life to participate in a life of crime. He was often opposed by Green Lantern II (see GREEN LANTERN CORPS). Later, former marine Mark Richards would take the name as he used his own living tattoos both for good and evil.
Booster Gold encountered the original Tattooed Man I in a bar where he and several fellow JUSTICE LEAGUE members were eavesdropping on Ted Kord's (see BLUE BEETLE II) blind date. He would cross paths with the Tattooed Man III during the mysterious events of Sanctuary.
First Appearance: Booster Gold, Vol. 2, #5, 2008 (as a group)
First Meeting with Booster Gold: Booster Gold, Vol. 2, #9, 2008
Membership: Per Degaton, Ultra-Humanite
The Time Stealers are a band of time-traveling villains determined to take advantage of the new universe of 52 alternate Earths in the wake of the Infinite Crisis.
RIP HUNTER enlisted Booster Gold to save history from the malicious machinations of the Time Stealers.
First Appearance: The New Teen Titans, Vol. 1, #2
First Meeting with Booster Gold: Booster Gold, Vol. 2, #23, 2009
Encounters with Booster Gold: 2
Trigon the Terrible is a demon from an alternate dimension who is determined to crush all opposition and rule the multiverse.
Booster Gold confronted Trigon in an alternate reality where Trigon had killed the JUSTICE LEAGUE after Booster failed to save the lives of the TEEN TITANS from the schemes of the BLACK BEETLE.
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