- Booster Gold
Volume 1, Issue 3, November 2003
Released November 26, 2003
Cover Price: $5.95
Guide Price: $5.95 (as of 2018)
Estimated Issue Sales: 147,938
Writer: Kurt Busiek
Penciller: George Perez
Inker: George Perez
Colorist: Tom Smith
Assistant Editors: Andy Schmidt, Mark Sumerak, Stephen Wacker
Editors: Tom Brevoort, Michael Carlin, Dan Raspler
Cover Artist: George Perez
Cover Description: Every character who has ever been a member of the Marvel Comics' Avengers or the DC Comics' Justice League appears on this wraparound cover. Booster Gold is on the far left of the back cover, wearing his original power-suit.
Brief Synopsis: A crisis across dimensions leads to a confrontation between the Avengers and the Justice League.
Costume Worn: MARK XII armored power-suit
Issue Notes: Booster Gold appears in this issue, though it is not the Booster Gold whose adventures have been chronicled in DC Comics since 1985. This Booster Gold is a member of an alternate timeline created by events within this mini-series. This issue is an inter-company crossover between DC Comics and Marvel Comics.
Story Notes: The title of this issue is a reference to a DC Comics series which included stories about the Space Museum, the museum from which Booster Gold originally stole the items that give him his powers.
Issue Reprints: This issue has been reprinted in JLA/Avengers.
Page 10, panel 4
ALTERNATE REALITY: Booster Gold, wearing his original power-suit and sitting comfortably on the floor beside the Avenger Hellcat, appears in the Avengers' Mansion, during an informal meeting between the Avengers and Justice League. Heroes pictured include Avengers Black Knight IV, Black Widow, Captain America, Doctor Druid, Falcon, Hank Pym, Hawkeye, Hellcat, Hercules, Mockingbird, Ms. Marvel, Scarlet Witch, Spider-Man, Vision, Wasp, and Wonder Man and Justice Leaguers Atom II, Captain Marvel, Dr. Fate I, Elongated Man, Fire, Flash II, Green Arrow, Green Lantern II, Ice, Martian Manhunter, Rocket Red #7, Superman, Vibe, and Wonder Woman. This meeting occurs in an alternate timeline that will be soon forgotten. This panel of a fictional, overlapping DC and Marvel Universe contains the only depiction of Booster Gold in this major crossover event.
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