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Justice League Unlimited


Volume 1, Issue 29, March 2007
Released January 3, 2007

Cover Price: $2.25
Guide Price: $2.25 (as of 2012)
Estimated Issue Sales: 9,272

Justice League Unlimited, Vol. 1, #29. Image © DC Comics



Writer: Adam Beechen
Penciller: Carlo Barberi
Inker: Tom Fowler
Colorist: Heroic Age
Letterer: Mike Sellers
Editor: Michael Wright

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Cover Description: Superman takes a punch from Gorilla Grodd. (No Booster Gold.)

Brief Synopsis: B'wana Beast proves his worth to the Justice League.

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.

Story Notes: Gorilla Grodd's quote on the cover to this issue is a reference to a famous quote from Planet of the Apes.

This story has been reprinted in:
Justice League Unlimited: Heroes (2009)

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Page 8, panel 1
Booster Gold is present when the Justice League force that defeated Gorilla Grodd's plan returns to the satellite Watchtower. Other Leaguers present include Animal Man, B'Wana Beast, Crimson Avenger, Doctor Light, Fire, Flying Fox, Mister Terrific, Shining Knight, Steel, Superman, and Wonder Woman.

Page 12, panel 4
Booster Gold is selected by Mr. Terrific to join the task force sent to confront the Queen Bee (and her army of Africanized honeybees, aka "killer bees") in Mexico City.

Page 14, panel 1
Booster caries the star of this issue, B'Wana Beast, into action. (Hey, if you've got a small part in a comic, you've got to make the most of it!)

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Page 15, panel 1
Booster and Fire attempt to subdue the killer bees with smoke. Beekeepers use smoke to calm bees before opening hives to collect honey. Some beekeepers believe that smoke has little significant effect on swarming bees (bees without a hive).

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