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Monday, May 6, 2019

The Superhero Book

Booster booster Kevin Munson wrote in a few weeks ago to let me know that he had spotted Booster in a place I hadn't.

My mother-in-law just bought me a great gift that I am adding to my Booster collection.

The book is "The Superhero Book: The ultimate encyclopedia of comic-book icons and Hollywood Heroes" 2nd edition by Gina Misiroglu.

I have only scanned it. Booster is mentioned in 2 sections. Pg 33 in the Blue Beetle section, and pg 130 in the JLA section.

Kevin's not the only one who liked the book. It has 4.5 stars from customers on That's pretty good.

Enjoy it, Kevin. Thanks for the spot.

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Saturday, October 21, 2017

Weekend Reminder: I Write Books

The Central Kingdoms Chronicles: Book 1, The Wizards of Ranaloy

The Central Kingdoms Chronicles: Book 2, Prince Thorgils' War

The Central Kingdoms Chronicles: Book 3, A Quest Before Dying

The Central Kingdoms Chronicles: Book 4, The Central Kingdoms Chronicles: Book 4, Specter of the Lich

If you enjoy role-playing or fantasy novels (or supporting Booster Gold website webmasters), please consider visiting, where you'll find a free preview of the first chapter of each of my books. You'll also find links to purchase both paperback and Kindle eBooks at

(Just so you're aware, the price of my books will be going up on November 1. So if you've ever considered buying one but haven't yet done so, you might want to pull the trigger before the end of October.)

Thank you for your support.

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Monday, August 14, 2017

Tim Levins Strikes Gold Again

Stone Arch Books has just released a new series of illustrated children's books based on the Justice League Unlimited franchise. If you ask me, these $5.95 books are worth the price for the covers alone.

© Stone Arch Books

(I admit it. I'm a sucker for Starro.)

But that's not the best part. The best part is that each book includes a "roll call" of Justice Leaguers. Guess who's on that list? That's right! It's everybody's favorite dynamic duo, Booster Gold and Blue Beetle!

© Stone Arch Books

The illustrations for the books were done by Tim Levins (who you may remember for illustrating 2012's The Man of Gold). Levins has been posting his drawings of the individual Leaguers on so you can see just how good his Booster Gold looks. Check it out:

© Tim Levins

Now that's Boosterrific!

You can find all four books in the series (Amazo and the Planetary Reboot, Darkseid and the Fires of Apokolips, Injustice Gang and the Deadly Nightshade, and Starro and the Cyberspore) at your Local Comic Shop and fine booksellers everywhere. And, of course,

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Thursday, November 24, 2016

Free Kindle Books for Thanksfiving

If you're a Kindle reader looking for a way to kill some time this Thanksgiving, I've got a present for you.

The Central Kingdoms Chronicles: Book 2, Prince Thorgils' War The Central Kingdoms Chronicles: Book 3, A Quest Before Dying

Until November 26, you can download digital copies of my second and third books for free from

Happy Thanksgiving and Merry Black Friday, everybody.

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Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Comic Book Speculating

Not too long ago, there was a brief discussion in the Boosterrific Forum about an apparent price increase in Booster Gold back issues. At the time, I assumed that it couldn't have anything to do with a Booster Gold television show because it had been a few years since there was any news on that front. But when have comic book prices ever been based on reality?

The website Comic Book Scalping last week recommended Booster Gold, Volume 1, #1 as a target issue for speculators looking to buy low and sell high.

A year ago, collectible copies of the issue (very fine or better) could be had for only $3, but now currently values those same issues at about $30 or more. On, you'll find high-grade slabbed copies going for over $200!

I can't think of any reason that Booster's first appearance is going up in price so quickly other than the persistent rumors that he might be coming to television. So hang on to your copies, Booster boosters. Speculators will be beating down our doors if DC ever gets that much-anticipated television series off the ground!

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