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Monday, August 15, 2016
The latest installment of The Justice League International: Bwah-Ha-Ha Podcast covers Booster Gold's first adventure as a member of the JLI as seen in Justice League Annual #1. This issue notably includes Booster Gold getting to know his new teammate, Black Canary.
You can find the podcast at FireAndWaterPodcast.com.
Wednesday, June 22, 2016
The JLI Bwah-Ha-Ha Podcast has finally gotten around to discussing the single best Justice League issue ever.
This was not the first Justice League issue I ever bought, but I sure wish it had been. I still rank this one as my favorite Booster Gold story ever.
You can find the JLI podcast at the Fire And Water Podcast Network.
And if that doesn't slate your thirst for people talking about Booster Gold — as if that was possible — don't forget about the Silver and Gold Podcast at Splitting Atoms Blog. Their latest podcast discusses Booster's origin as seen in Booster Gold #6.
When everyone is talking about Booster Gold, we all win!
Monday, March 14, 2016
Podcasts have reached an all-time popularity, which is great for Booster Gold fans. In addition to the current Silver and Gold Podcast, there will soon be a Justice League International: Bwah-ha-ha Podcast from the Fire and Water Podcast Network starting later this month.
(I learned about that second one after Trekker Talk, a podcast about Ron Randall's Trekker comics, devoted an episode to Randall's contribution to Justice League Spectacular. They were kind enough to refer website visitors here for more information about Booster Gold. Doubly thank you!)
What does it say about the comic book industry that in an age when there are no new Booster Gold comic books being published, so many people still want to talk about (and listen to so many other people talk about) 30-year-old comics featuring our favorite hero?
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