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Wednesday, June 3, 2015
Convergence has killed the tyranny of the New 52, and humor can now return to the DC Universe!
Introducing Bat-Mite, a 6-issue limited series featuring everyone's favorite, uh, mite, I guess. Say, who's that on Corin Howell's cover?
Booster doesn't show up inside this issue, but I'll give you good odds he appears before series end. (Dan Jurgens is the writer.) You can decide for yourself what you think by reading the preview online at ComicVine.com.
Buy this book and make cartoon Skeets happy.
Tuesday, March 5, 2013
Booster Gold may be missing in action in the DCnU, but he's still attending comic book conventions!
The photo of the unknown cosplayer above was taken by Tony "G-Man" Guerrero at Emerald City Comicon 2013 this past weekend. It is but one of his many great pics of great cosplayers you can find online at comicvine.com.
Tuesday, April 10, 2012
Denver Brubaker is most prominently known as the mastermind behind the web comic Tales of a Checkered Man, but the man also has a soft spot for a particularly comedic duo.
For someone with his own webcomic to promote, Brubaker finds plenty of time to share the love with Blue Beetle and Booster Gold. The image above was Brubaker's contribution to a thread of Blue Beetle and Booster Gold fan art that he instigated over a year ago on Comic Vine. In more recent months, Brubaker has tried to drum up support for a Blue and Gold webcomic at Outcast studios and showcased another image of Blue and Gold on Comics Alliance.
Friday, September 30, 2011
Comicvine.com has posted an exclusive preview of Justice League International #2. The preview -- click here to read it at comicvine.com -- shows four apparently non-consecutive pages, so to get the whole story, you'll have to buy the whole issue shipping this coming Wednesday, October 5. Let the countdown begin!
[UPDATE 10/02/2011: The link above has been fixed. Thanks to Morgenstern for providing a working link in the comments.]
Tuesday, November 30, 2010
Tony "G-Man" Guerrero has posted an article, "Off My Mind: Should Superheroes Get Corporate Sponsors?", on comicvine.com discussing the tricky relationship between the corporate world and the super hero. The article naturally spotlights Superman and Booster Gold. In fact, it was the very question of corporate sponsorships that inspired Dan Jurgens to create Booster in the first place. It can be no coincidence linking Booster Gold's endurance to the fact that the question of morally questionable corporate sponsorships is as relevant today as it was 25 years ago.
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