- Booster Gold
Justice League Unlimited
Volume 1, Issue 9, July 2005
Released May 4, 2005
Cover Price: $2.25
Guide Price: $2.25 (as of 2007)
Estimated Issue Sales: 11,867
Cover Description: Sorceress Morgaine Le Fey single-handedly combats Black Canary, Shining Knight, Superman, and Vixen. (No Booster Gold.)
Brief Synopsis: Vixen and the Justice League follows the Shining Knight back in time to help King Arthur fend off Morgaine Le Fay.
Booster Gold's role in this story:
Supporting (Booster Gold plays a lesser role)
Costume Worn: Justice League Unlimited
Issue Notes: This series is based on the events and characters depicted in Cartoon Network's Justice League Unlimited television series. Though these characters and events are similar to their comic book counterparts in the Justice League, there are varied and noticeable differences.
This story has been reprinted in:
Justice League Unlimited Volume 2: World's Greatest Heroes (2006)
Page 3, panel 1
Booster Gold joins the Justice League on a trip through time to defend legendary Camelot of Arthurian legend. Also along for the trip are Atom, Batman, Black Canary, Captain Atom, Firestorm, Green Lantern (John Stewart), Martian Manhunter, Ray, Red Tornado, Shining Knight (and his horse, Winged Victory), Superman, Vixen, and Wonder Woman.
Page 6, panel 4
Booster is seen in a flashback to the assembling of the team for this mission through time. In addition to the characters previously seen, Green Arrow and Hourman are also present.
Page 9, panel 4
Merlin implies that he hand-selected Vixen for this mission. Did he select the whole team (at least some of whom had been to Camelot before), and more importantly, did he select Booster Gold?
Page 11, panel 1
Booster leaps into action against Morgaine Le Fey's troops alongside the JLU and King Arthur.
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