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Friday, February 19, 2021
I was working on something else to post here today, but I ran out of time (or, more accurately, I overloaded on work).
In any event, by way of apology, I'm going to lean on Booster booster Cort, who recently added this piece, drawn by his friend, Julius-LZL, to his Booster Gold commission sketchbook:
This scene is a re-imagining of Booster Gold's first meeting with Doomsday, originally presented in Justice League America #69. If it had gone down this way in 1992, today we'd probably be calling Doomsday "Cupcake."
Thanks for bailing me out, Cort (especially since you didn't know that's what you'd be doing).
Wednesday, February 17, 2021
It's been half a year since we last saw images from Susan's Booster Gold sketchbook, but that doesn't mean she hasn't been busy.
Susan has posted both of these beauties to her Twitter account in recent months:
I think they're both pretty darn Boosterrific.
Don't forget that you can see more of Susan's pieces in her Flickr.com account.
Wednesday, February 3, 2021
No new Booster Gold book to read today? No problem.
Instead, set your eyes on these Booster Gold artworks I recently found on Twitter. Click on any of these pieces to go to the original tweet.
The Miz as Booster Gold concept art @S0n0fasaint
Beavister and Bug-Head sketch @calamityjon
Pat Quinn commission @DCinthe1980s
Wednesday, January 20, 2021
No Booster Gold comics this week, but Cort has come to our rescue with new entries in his Booster Gold sketchbook!
Let's take a peek inside (with Cort's commentary):
Got this beauty from Brett Booth. The staggering detail in the background is awesome. Beetle being hidden in there made me laugh.
A Bart Sears Booster commish I got for supporting the Hero Initiative, also got to chat with Sears, it was pretty rad.
A wicked and stylish, smug, and funny Booster from Yale Stewart of JL8 fame.
If you want to see even more of Cort's sketchbook, visit imgur.com.
Friday, January 15, 2021
When we were growing up, my brother had a collection of Mr. Men books and merchandise. I distinctly recall forcing Mr. Bump playing the role of mutant burn victim in our G.I. Joe Mobile Command Center.
It seems I'm not the only one with a fond appreciation for the Mr. Men / Little Miss series. Over on DeviantArt.com, artist DCMrMenLittleMiss has been rendering DC heroes and villains in Mr. Men's distinctive style. Including, of course, Booster Gold:
Thanks for the memories, Mr. Booster Gold.
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