- Booster Gold
“Bomb Squad: Part One”
Volume 3, Issue 14, September 2010
Released July 21, 2010
Cover Price: $2.99
Estimated Issue Sales: 19,739
Cover Description: Power Girl tears a robot in half. (No Booster Gold.)
Brief Synopsis: Power Girl struggles in her dual identity as her personal life falls apart.
Costume Worn: MARK I.v2 power-suit
Page 9, panel 1
Booster Gold meets with Power Girl on a New York City rooftop to test her memory of her former employer Maxwell Lord. This brief conversation, recapping the exposition for the series Justice League: Generation Lost, is Booster's only participation in the events of this issue.
Boosterrific Review: I have long been a vocal opponent of the DC Comics work of Judd Winick, but his recent work on this series has been impressive in establishing a palpable atmosphere of Power Girl's environment and mindset. However, the characterization has not entirely blended with past writers' interpretations, and this tends to raise some questions when long-established characters such as Booster Gold and Power Girl interact. Readers newer to these characters won't notice such issues and will find plenty to enjoy between this issue's covers.
Boosterrific Rating: Gold Standard.
Average Fan Rating: (2 votes)
Nice story but yeah the Booster scene was only ok
I agree on your point on Booster and Pee-Gee's history, but that aside Judd Winick wrote a really good story here.
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