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Wednesday, March 20, 2013
Justice League of America #2 hits stores today. What are the chances that we will get another Booster Gold reference this month? The solicitation doesn't give much hope, but Skeets has his fins crossed!
Also out today is a new printing of Superman: The Death and Return of Superman Omnibus. The volume includes Booster Gold's appearances in Justice League America #69 and Man of Steel #20. This hardcover will set you back $99.99, so if you are buying it just for Booster Gold, there are some some cheaper options, including buying the original back issues from your Local Comic Shop.
Wednesday, February 20, 2013
For the third week in a row, DC is releasing a trade compilation reprinting old Booster Gold appearances. This week it is The Death of Superman, which contains Booster's dismantling by Doomsday as originally seen in Justice League America #69 and Superman, Volume 2, #74.
To give readers who have read this, the most read story in the history of comic books, a reason to read it again, DC is promoting this reprint as "a newly recolored edition." I don't know how much weight that adds to your decision whether to re-purchase this classic story by Dan Jurgens and company, but if you were looking for an excuse, there you go.
I should mention that also out today is Justice League of America #1. It was once strongly implied that this series was where we would eventually see Booster Gold return, so keep your eyes peeled if you drop by your Local Comic Shop this week if you want to get in on the ground floor. (Just don't expect to see Booster in issue #1.) This ridiculous thing has 53 covers that retailers were allowed to order individually, so it shouldn't be too hard to spot.
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