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Cover Description: Superman, Booster Gold, Green Lantern, and Rip Hunter fall into a vortex.
Brief Synopsis: The Time Masters fight to free themselves from certain death.
Costume Worn: MARK I.v2 power-suit
Issue Notes: According to the cover, this issue (as well as the entire mini-series) is a "Search for Bruce Wayne" tie-in, despite only 4 interior panels mentioning it.
Reprints: This mini-series has been collected in Time Masters: Vanishing Point.
Page 9, panel 1
Booster Gold is trapped in a dark cell with Green Lantern. Despite being forced into such tight quarters, the two still can not get along.
Page 10, panel 2
Booster teases that he has his own reality television show, Fly Along With Booster. Though Booster is insincere, he would no doubt have many, many viewers.
Page 11, panel 5
Liri Lee confirms Waverider's death in the pages of 52. Despite lasting only 4 pages, it seems that the Time Stealers' presence at the end of time is the real story of this issue, and perhaps the entire mini-series.
Page 15, panel 4
Booster communicates with Skeets and Rip Hunter via communicator. Like Booster, they are in death-trap situations.
Page 17, panel 1
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Page 18, panel 2
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Boosterrific Review: Why isn't this a 4-issue mini-series? Why is this story a mini-series at all rather than a story-arc in Booster Gold? Nothing has significantly advanced the story in 3 issues. I'm not saying that there aren't things to enjoy in this latest issue (namely the future Booster introduction and Booster/Green Lantern banter), but I will certainly say that there is very little here outside of an affection for the art of Dan Jurgens or Booster Gold (or Skeets!) that would justify the $3.99 cover price.
Boosterrific Rating: Tarnished.
Average Fan Rating: (4 votes)
The Chronological Adventures of Booster Gold
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