- Booster Gold
Volume 1, Issue 26, July 2018
Released May 16, 2018
Cover Price: $2.99
Estimated Issue Sales: 9,788
Cover Description: Batman races in the door to save Alfred from an unidentified gunman. (No Booster Gold.)
Booster Gold's role in this story:
Supporting (Booster Gold plays a lesser role)
Costume Worn: MARK I.v2 power-suit
Issue Notes: This book was first released online at Comixology.com in two installments (#51-52) for 99¢ each. This print edition has a cover price of $2.99.
Story Notes: The story in this issue appears to have no title. The cover reads "A Race Against Death," but comic book cover text is historically unreliable for determining the name of the story within its pages. When released as digital installments, Chapter #51 was titled "Two Meetings", and Chapter #52 was titled "One Bullet".
This story has been reprinted in:
Injustice 2 Volume 5 (2019)
Page 2, panel 2
FASHION ALERT: Booster Gold attends a meeting with Batman inside Wayne Industries in Gotham City. Also in attendance are Black Canary, Green Arrow, and Steel (Natasha Irons). All these heroes are in their civilian identities and dressed casually, although Booster is wearing a Booster Gold t-shirt. Because of course he is. (Black Canary wears a cropped Sex Pistols t-shirt that is almost as cool.)
Page 3, panel 3
Booster Gold provides tech support for Bruce Wayne and Brother Eye. Though Injustice shares much of the post-Crisis on Infinite Earthscontinuity, the timelines diverge significantly at some point prior to the events of Countdown to Infinite Crisis. Therefore Brother Eye and Booster Gold do not have an antagonistic relationship with one another in the Injustice universe.
Page 19, panel 2
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