- Booster Gold
“The Witch and the Warrior, Part Two: Girl Frenzy”
Volume 2, Issue 175, November 2001
Released October 24, 2001
Cover Price: $3.50
Guide Price: $3.00 (as of 2011)
Estimated Issue Sales: 35,793
Writer: Phil Jimenez
Penciller: Phil Jimenez
Inkers: Marlo Alquiza, Kevin Conrad, Andy Lanning, Jose Marzan, Jr., Larry Stucker
Colorists: Heroic Age, Tom McCraw, Patricia Mulvihill
Assistant Editor: Tom Palmer, Jr.
Editor: Eddie Berganza
Cover Description: A Joker-ized Circe supports Wonder Woman behind a fallen Superman. (No Booster Gold.)
Brief Synopsis: The heroines of the DC Universe fight to save the male heroes from Circe.
Booster Gold's role in this story:
Cameo (Booster Gold makes a minor appearance)
Costume Worn: MARK X armored power-suit
Issue Notes: This issue is a tie-in to the Joker: Last Laugh event.
Page 11, panel 5
FASHION ALERT: As noted by Eyz of the website G33k Life: "During the Last Laugh event, Wonder Woman was having her own mini-event with the sorceress Circe turning every male into hybrid monsters and animals and trapping New York City under a magical dome. Booster was changed into a pig."
Oddly, pig-Booster has brown hair and looks to be wearing his Mark X armor, destroyed some years earlier. Circe's magic must be powerful, indeed.
This is Booster Gold's only appearance in this issue.
Boosterrific Review: Oh, my, there are a lot of obscure DC Universe characters in this book; it's like a one issue Crisis. Add in the fact that the issue serves as part denouement for Our Worlds at War and part introduction to Joker: Last Laugh and you begin to see the problem. By trying to do too much, the issue fails at doing anything significant.
Boosterrific Rating: Gold Standard.
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