- Booster Gold
Volume 1, Issue 1, November 2003
Released September 3, 2003
Cover Price: $2.50
Estimated Issue Sales: 43,592
Cover Description: Group action pose of every member of the Justice League. This is the first publication to include Booster Gold on the cover in text only. In all previous issues, if the words "Booster Gold" appeared on the cover, so did Booster.
Costume Worn: MARK I power-suit
Issue Notes: In the tradition of DC's Who's Who in the DC Universe limited series, this series is more pin-up than encyclopedia, but it does present brief biographical information for most major characters and events related to the Justice League of America. The first issue of the three part-series contains the entry for Booster Gold.
Page 7, panel 1
This two-page spread includes brief biological entries for Blue Beetle and Booster Gold. The text for the Booster Gold entry reads
Banned from professional sports after "fixing" the college football games in which he played, quarterback Michael Jon Carter boosted time-travel equipment to flee the 25th century and make a future (and profit) in the present as hero Booster Gold. Wearing a suit incorporating futuristic technology, Booster's fame and fortune has grown and fizzled while he was a member of Maxwell Lord's Justice League International, where he also met his best friend and usual "business partner" in harebrained get-rich-quick schemes, Blue Beetle.
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