- Booster Gold
Wednesday, December 1, 2021
For the second issue in a row, Booster Gold makes a flashback cameo appearance in Human Target #2.
If there's a negative to Greg Smallwood's art, it's that the book has the feel of a 1960s style despite taking place in the modern era. It's a small negative. Smallwood's work here is inspired, especially the title pages.
And speaking of retro styling, the best thing about Booster Gold making an appearance inside the first two issues is that it means that I didn't buy both issues for the variant covers alone.
If its is a game for 8 players, shouldn't there be 8 Justice Leaguers on the cover? Is Mister Miracle trapped inside the box?
Buy this issue's alternate cover and make Skeets happy.
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