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It has been 69 Days since Booster Gold last appeared in a DCnU comic book.
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Friday, July 26, 2019
DC waited until Comic Con was over to release their October solicitations. There's not much Booster Gold to be seen except for Booster's previously announced gust-starring Legion of Super-Heroes appearance.
LEGION OF SUPER-HEROES: MILLENNIUM #2
written by BRIAN MICHAEL BENDIS
art by NICOLA SCOTT, JIM CHEUNG, JEFF DEKAL and RYAN SOOK
cover by RYAN SOOK
card stock variant cover by BRYAN HITCH
Get on board for a journey through the future like no other! A gallery of all-star artists join our mysterious guide as they continue their 1,000-year journey toward the 31st century, inspiring Booster Gold to time-travel, debating fighting tactics with O.M.A.C. and making their way to the front door of the Legion of Super-Heroes. The DC event of the future is here now!
On sale 10/2/19; 48 pages; $4.99 (card stock variant cover $5.99)
It's unclear what the alternate cover will be, but Booster doesn't appear on Ryan Sook's solicited cover. (It's a nice cover, about as good as covers without Booster Gold get.)
We already got a good look at some of Nicola Scott's interior art back in June, art that demonstrates Booster will be joined by some old friends.
It's certainly something to look forward to.
Monday, September 4, 2017
Labor Day is intended to celebrate the labor movement by giving everyone a day off from work. Some of us do a better job of not working than others. Take this example by Booster Gold:
Whatever you're doing to celebrate Labor Day today, work twice as hard at it for me!
Monday, August 18, 2014
Kick off your week with Booster Gold beefcake courtesy sketch artist Lun-K:
You'll find more of Lun-K's work at DeviantArt.com.
Monday, July 1, 2013
If you haven't been reading Smallville: Season 11, this is what you've been missing out on.
Smallville: Season 11 "Argo" part 8 of 9, by Bryan Q. Miller and Daniel HDR
Who needs technology or super powers to win a fight? Not my hero.
You can find Smallville: Season 11 online at comiXology.com now or in your Local Comics Shop next week.
Tuesday, May 1, 2012
In addition to being a good source for publisher news and great deals on comics and art, comic book conventions are a great place for fans to get together with other fans and creators and celebrate their heroes. Sometimes, fans go so far as to dress as those heroes. This can lead to awkward situations.
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The above autobiographical strip by artist and last week's Boston Comic Convention attendee Erica Henderson illustrates a significant reason why many of us can't, won't, or shouldn't dress like our favorite super heroes in our daily lives. There is a lot of truth in this cartoon.
One of these things is not like the other. The Booster Gold cosplayer on the left won the award for "Best Comic Book Hero Costume Honorable Mention" at BCC 2012. It's a great costume, even if it does suffer from a case of the unmentionables. If nothing else, it reminds us why Booster Gold must look different on television than he does in the comics. That is, unless they can find an actor who is really willing to sacrifice a part of himself for the role.
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