- Booster Gold
Wednesday, July 9, 2014
Dan Jurgens spoke to Josie Campbell of ComicBookResources.com, and he had a lot to say about Booster Gold's role in Futures End and beyond (and before).
CBR: In the "Futures End" weekly, we've got Terry McGinnis time traveling; as Booster Gold is also a time traveler, how much of what happens in "Futures End" going to impact your "Booster Gold: Futures End" one-shot?
Jurgens: Quite a lot, actually, and I think you have to step back a little farther than that in terms of the question. The last time we've seen Booster Gold [in the present] was in the Justice League International" annual of 2012. Since then, [other than his appearance in "All Star Western"] we haven't seen Booster until we saw him at that point. We're going to finally start to find out, was he taken? Did he just slip out of existence? Or did he go someplace else? This starts to deal with all that. It goes back to that point. We pick up on that, and we start to answer some of those questions, as well as how it relates to "Futures End." And then, as I said earlier, where does it go from there? It's definitely plugging in, in that very wide-scope kind of way.
Yep, I will definitely be buying 2 copies of Booster Gold: Futures End in September.
CBR: Is there a chance readers will see more Booster Gold coming up, either in "Aquaman And The Others" or perhaps in a solo book once again?
Jurgens: Yeah, I think there's a good chance. [Laughs]
Finally a new Booster Gold series? Yeah, I'd buy two of that, too!
If you love Booster Gold, you should read the whole article at ComicBookResources.com. Thanks to MetalWoman for calling it to our attention.
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