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Monday, August 10, 2020
When we last left Cort's Booster Gold sketchbook, Cort had promised new pieces soon. He wasn't kidding!
The four newest hotnesses:
Cort, I'm starting to think that you're spending more money creating Booster Gold art than DC is these days. Keep up the good work!
As always, you can see all these and more at imgur.com.
Monday, July 20, 2020
Not even a pandemic can keep Cort Carpenter's Booster Gold sketchbook closed. Take a look at his latest additions:
Travis G. Moore
Not a stinker in the bunch! (I could probably use that last one as one of my corner box images.) You can see all these and more at imgur.com.
Stay safe, Cort. No matter what else happens in 2020, the sketchbook must survive!
Monday, May 18, 2020
Cort Carpenter has returned to once again give us a look at the latest additions to his already overstuffed Booster Gold sketchbook. Feast your eyes on these:
That Craig Rousseau piece really blows me away. You can see it and all the rest of these and more at imgur.com.
Thanks for sharing, Cort. I can't wait to see what you come up with next.
Monday, March 16, 2020
You all know Cort, who has graciously shared his Booster Gold commissions with us. Well, Cort doesn't just get Booster Gold sketches from professionals. He also gets them from his friends. Check 'em out:
Cort Carpenter (Twitter)
Thanks for sharing, Cort. You've got some pretty talented friends. (Dare I say they all look Boosterrific? I dare!)
Friday, March 6, 2020
Booster booster Cort dropped by Wednesday's post with a Boosterrific comic appearance that no one noticed last week in Batman/Superman #7.
On the fifth page of that issue, among six panels showcasing Batman and Superman palling around and stopping super-crime, this happened:
The first thing I thought when I saw that was "Magog is still alive?" I'd thought he died, but I temporarily forgot that no one ever dies in the DC Universe, especially since the entire universe has been rebooted at least three times since 2011's Justice League: Generation Lost #13. *sigh*
The second thing I thought was "Maybe Booster Gold should be doing a better job keeping tabs on Skeets." It seems almost every time we see Skeets without Booster, someone is trying to take it apart to get their hands on its knowledge of the future. (For examples, see the Linear Man in Adventure Comics #476 or Mr. Mind in 52 Week 51.) Stranger danger, Skeets!
Although, come to think of it, Doctor Shocker reprogrammed Skeets remotely in Booster Gold #11 while Booster Gold was standing just feet away. I guess that's one lesson Batman could learn from Booster. If you have a robot sidekick, you'll still go through them just as fast, but at least you don't have to keep redesigning their costumes.
Thanks for that spot, Cort.
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