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Heroes: Aten, Blue Beetle III, Bogman, Booster Gold, Captain Atom, G.I. Robot, Medusa, Patchwork, Rocket Red #07, Velcoro, Wolfpack
Supporting: Skeets II
Setting: 21st-century Great Victoria Desert, Australia
Cover Description: There are two covers to this issue: the standard cover by Dustin Nguyen depicts Captain Atom standing before his own wanted poster, and the 1:10 variant cover by Kevin Maguire features only Wonder Woman. Neither cover includes Booster Gold.
Brief Synopsis: The Justice League International comes to terms with the fallout of the fight between Captain Atom and Magog.
Costume Worn: MARK I.v2 power-suit
Issue Notes: Tie-in to Brightest Day. Booster Gold did not appear in the previous issue, #14, which exclusively featured Captain Atom's adventures in the future.
This story has been reprinted in the following issue:
Justice League: Generation Lost Volume 2 (2011)
Page 2, panel 1
Maxwell Lord is seeing a flashback to the events originally seen in Wonder Woman, Volume 2, #219.
Page 7, panel 1
The monitors are replaying the events of Justice League: Generation Lost #13 as Maxwell Lord would want the world to see them. Since Captain Atom can see these events, Maxwell Lord has presumably used the technology of Checkmate to alter the video footage available to the world following the explosion in Chicago following the encounter between Captain Atom and Magog.
Page 8, panel 3
Blue Beetle, Booster Gold, Captain Atom, and Rocket Red have reassembled in the "J.L.I. Headquarters" in the Great Victorian Desert of Australia. The Justice League International Australian Embassy was previously located in Melbourne, farther to the southeast on the coast of the Australian state of Victoria.
Page 14, panel 2
The disappearance of Wonder Woman is a reflection of events in Wonder Woman #600, wherein it was revealed that history has been altered, removing the familiar Wonder Woman from the DC Universe.
Page 15, panel 3
When Booster looks up "Wonder Woman" on the internet, he finds images of female superheroes Powergirl, Supergirl, and Vixen, as well as some inexplicably prominent images of Krypto, Superman's pet male dog. Also pictures is Eta Candy, one of Wonder Woman's oldest friends.
Page 19, panel 1
This is Booster Gold's first chronicled encounter with the Creature Commandos.
Boosterrific Review: I have to give this series full credit for pacing itself as a movie serial of old. Though the story may seem to advance slowly, each cliffhanger ending outdoes the one before it, demanding that the reader return for the next issue. This issue is no different. Completely worth the cover price.
Boosterrific Rating: Worth Its Weight In Gold.
Average Fan Rating: (4 votes)
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