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Wednesday, August 21, 2019
If you're looking for Booster Gold appearances in your Local Comic Shop today, you'll find him in the Grayson The Superspy Omnibus, reprinting Grayson #1 where Booster's headshot is seen in a bank of monitors.
Whether those three appearances are worth $99.99 for this omnibus is up to you. I mean, I guess you could read the rest of the pages if you wanted, but without Booster Gold, why bother?
Friday, December 11, 2015
Dean Grayson is an artist with a clean style. He's especially adept at drawing super friends. This is his take on a Blue and Gold selfie (at a Justice League Christmas party?).
You can find more of Grayson's work on DeviantArt.com.
Monday, July 14, 2014
At least Booster Gold hasn't entirely disappeared from the DCnU. The mysterious organization Spyral is keeping an eye on our hero, as seen in last week's Grayson #1.
I picked up the book only because long-time Booster booster Shawn Baston clued me into the cameo, and I wasn't disappointed. I have no idea how the events of Grayson are supposed to fit into the post-Flashpoint chronology of Batman, but maybe things like that aren't important anymore. What is important is that the book is fun, beautiful, and — most importantly — contains Booster Gold.
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