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Friday, March 16, 2018
I've seen references to Booster pop up on quite a few sites this week. Rather than spotlight any one of them and leave the others out, I'll just share what I've found and let you visit whatever you think sounds good.
Edward Wallace counts Booster's force field among the "Most Powerful Weapons in the DC Comic Book Universe."(FortressofSolitude.co.za)
Now you've got something to read between your green beers tomorrow, Booster boosters! Enjoy your St. Patrick's Day weekend.
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Friday, March 2, 2018
So we knew that Booster would be appearing in Injustice 2 #21 next week. Now we know that he'll be in issue #24 next month, too.
Words by Tom Taylor, Art by Redondo, Albarran, and Lokus
This panel comes from the digital-first Chapter 47 now on sale a Comixology.com. I'm sure you recognize Wonder Woman and Blue Beetle. That big guy we see from behind, that's Amazo. Calling one of the Justice League's toughest enemies "****-face" may not be Booster's best idea.
We'll find out how how this encounter turns out on April 18.
Monday, January 29, 2018
While we were distracted by Booster Gold's team-ups in Action Comics and the announced Batman #45, we missed Booster's other ongoing partnership with Blue Beetle Jaime Reyes return to the digital pages of Injustice 2.
In Injustice 2 Chapter Forty-One, Booster and Jamie's training is interrupted by the arrival of the late Ted Kord's lawyer.
Injustice 2 Chapter Forty-One by Tom Taylor, Daniel Samoere, Rex Lokus, Wes Abbott
The scene is both touching and laugh-out-loud funny. Good job by writer Tom Taylor.
Though Booster's participation is only half of the chapter, it's easily worth spending 99¢ for the whole thing on Comixology.com.
For Booster boosters who still prefer to get newsprint on your hands, you can read this story when it arrives in your Local Comic Shop on March 21 as Injustice 2 #21 for $2.99.
Wednesday, June 14, 2017
Booster Gold reappears this week in the latest digital installment of DC's Injustice 2 "Chapter 10."
After his walk-on role in last week's "Chapter 9," Booster's appearance here isn't a big surprise, but it does make one stop to wonder why Booster can show up in stories taking place outside of regular DCnrU continuity but not in a DCnrU comic itself. First Flintstones, now Injustice — what's next? Scooby-Doo?
Before you ask, yes, I'd buy that.
You can find Injustice 2 Chapters 9 and 10 now at Comixology.com for 99¢ apiece. They'll be available together in your Local Comic Shop (as Injustice 2 #5) on July 5 for $2.99.
Wednesday, June 7, 2017
I received an email yesterday alerting me to this:
Yes, that is Booster Gold, and yes, that is Ted Kord. Believe it or not, Skeets is in there, too. All in a DC comic book. Will wonders never cease?
This panel can be found in Injustice 2 "Chapter 9", now available on Comixology.com. Injustice 2 does not take place in the standard DCnrU but in the dystopian parallel universe as seen in the Injustice series of video games. (It's not a nice place to live. Superman is a jerk.)
Injustice 2 is a digital-first title, so chapters are available online before they are released as comics. This gives you two ways to buy. "Chapter 9" and "Chapter 10" (due next week) both cost just 99¢ on Comixology. Alternately, the two chapters will be collected into the printed floppy Injustice 2 #5, coming to your Local Comic Shop on July 5 for $2.99.
Thanks for the tip, jayroc22! (Also thanks to Spencer, who tried to notify me on Facebook. Sorry I didn't see your message sooner.)
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