- Booster Gold
DC Vs. Vampires: All-Out War
“All-Out War: Part 4”
Volume 1, Issue 4, December 2022
Released October 18, 2022
Cover Price: $3.99
Cover Description: This issue has multiple covers. Booster Gold appears on none of them.
Brief Synopsis: A lot of things die.
Booster Gold's role in this story:
Supporting (Booster Gold plays a lesser role)
Costume Worn: MARK I.v2 power-suit
Issue Notes: This series takes place on Earth-63 in the Multiverse born from Dark Crisis.
Page 2, panel 2
Booster Gold, Mary Marvel, and Midnighter find the vampires' Florida blood farm in Baron Cinder's castle. They will soon be confronted by five former heroes turned vampires: The Question, Arkham Knight, Atomic Knight, Shining Knight, and Prometheus.
Page 10, panel 4
The Atomic Knight (Gardner Grayle) tells Booster that he has "seen the future. You're not in it." In the mainstream DCU, Grayle is precognitive, and his visions have traditionally been tied to the events leading to and immediately following World War III. Since Booster comes from a future far beyond World War III and adventures in an era prior to Grayle's visions, there's no reason Booster would appear in Grayle's visions, even if they were in the same timeline.
Page 11, panel 3
Booster Gold is bitten by a vampire...
Page 17, panel 2
...but still manages to kill the Atomic Knight by projecting his force field inside the Knight's head...
Page 21, panel 2
...and is saved by Midnighter, who gives him a blood transfusion.
Boosterrific Review: Bad writing, bad art; I honestly don't know what's supposed to be happening in this story. If anyone ever asks you to suggest a comic book that would inspire a non-comic reader to never read another comic book, this is the one.
Boosterrific Rating: Fool's Gold.
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