- Booster Gold
Haven: The Broken City
“Love Thy Neighbor”
Volume 1, Issue 5, June 2002
Released April 17, 2002
Cover Price: $2.50
Guide Price: $3.50 (as of 2010)
Estimated Issue Sales: 15,937
Writers: Ashley-Jane Nicolaus, Matthew P. Schuster
Penciller: Ariel Olivetti
Inker: Ariel Olivetti
Colorists: Alex Bleyaert, Rob Ro
Letterer: Bill Oakley
Assistant Editor: Ivan Cohen
Editor: Michael Carlin
Hero: Booster Gold
Setting: Unknown City, DCU, 21st-century
Cover Description: A hideous humanoid is surrounded by darkness and video monitors. (No Booster Gold.)
Brief Synopsis: The inhabitants of Haven and their Earth hosts struggle to accept their cohabitation.
Booster Gold's role in this story:
Cameo (Booster Gold makes a minor appearance)
Costume Worn: MARK XI armored power-suit
Page 1, panel 3
MEET THE PRESS: Booster Gold, on behalf of all "J.L.A. Reserves," is seen speaking out against the alien Haven via televised press conference on WGB. This is Booster's only appearance in this issue.
Boosterrific Review: An intriguing issue that continues the investigation into the cohabitation of an alien species with humanity (similar to the premise of the sci-fi Alien Nation franchise. Alone, this issue appears to add little to the series' story other than much atmosphere and increase in tension, but it does succeed in piquing the reader's interest for more.
Boosterrific Rating: Gold Standard.
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