I'm doing something a little insane, and I'm wondering if any of you would like to help me.
I'm working on a project to recognize the end of this BOOSTER GOLD series. Even if it comes back in the new universe, I feel like the last fifty issues (and TMVP) have been something special. I can't go into details, but there are a few things I'd like some help with.
First of all, I don't have all of the floppies. Anyone who has some extra copies I could buy off them for cheap, that'd be great. I tend to give mine away to friends or neighborhood children when the trade comes out in order to help promote the book, so almost all of the Jurgens/Rapmund stuff is long gone. Even the stuff that I still have, I could use a second copy of.
Second, and more important since I can theoretically track down the issues without you all: As the hardcore fans of the series, what is your favorite single image from the Jurgens/Rapmund run on the title?It could be a cover, a splash page or whatever.
Third, and unrelated to the first two but still kind of neat: I may be collecting the roughly 200 pages of Gold Exchange interviews that I've done in the last few years into an ebook, which will then be sold through the Barnes & Noble nookstore for $2.99 as something like The Unofficial Booster Gold Issue Guide. I talked to DC's legal department about it long ago and was given some helpful hints to avoid being sued, but also told that in general they view these projects as free press and I'd probably have to try pretty hard to get them that mad. At any rate, anyone who's interested in a project like that should let me know, either here or by e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org
) and I'll keep you posted as to whether I end up doing it and how you can download a copy. If I don't end up doing it, but enough people have expressed interest, maybe I'll just pass a PDF around. I know for me that these interviews have been a pain in the ass to track down when I needed something specific, so I figure that having them all in one place with a table of contents and an index could be handy for the truly obsessive among us.