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Monday, November 2, 2020
Remember Jennifer? She's the one who dropped me a note about Superman: The Man of Tomorrow #7 (2020) that inspired last month's poll. (And, no, I haven't added that one yet. Before I add any digital comics, I have to figure out how I'm going to indicate that they aren't available in the back issue bin of your Local Comic Shop. I haven't had the time for that yet.)
Back to the point, Jennifer is back, and this time she's found *another* Booster Gold appearance in a print comic (from 1988!) that I also didn't have in the Boosterrific database. Take a look at this panel from Power of the Atom #5:
pencils by Dwayne Turner, inks by Keith Wilson
That's definitely an appearance, and I definitely didn't know about it until Jennifer told me. (Because it's only a digital image of Booster on a computer monitor and not the hero himself — Booster appears only on that one panel in the whole comic — I classify this sort of thing as an out-of-continuity appearance, which is where you'll now find it in the lists of appearances.)
The Boosterrific.com database is more complete than ever before! Thanks, Jennifer.
If anyone spots anything else, please let me know.
Wednesday, October 21, 2020
First things first: if Booster Gold appeared in a new comic today, I remain unaware of it. But Batman Beyond #48 is due next week, so we've got that to look forward to.
Second things second: Jennifer wrote me to note that Booster Gold's cameo from Superman: The Man of Tomorrow #7 is not in the Boosterrific database. She's right. It's not.
I mentioned the cameo here on the blog the week it was released back in June, but I never added it to the database. As a reminder, here's what that cameo looks like:
Superman: Man of Tomorrow #7, words by Dave Wielgosz; art by Miguel Menonca, Yasmine Putri, David Baron
You might ask why I haven't gotten around to adding that yet. It's a good question. Four months is a long time. There have already been ten more issues of Superman: Man of Tomorrow already! How lazy can a guy be? While I can be pretty darn lazy, the exclusion of Superman: Man of Tomorrow #7 has been intentional.
As a matter of tradition, all the books in the Boosterrific database are the printed editions (you know, the old-school kind that you can read without LED screens and batteries). Therefore, I had been waiting for DC to reprint the Digital First Superman: Man of Tomorrow series before adding it to the site. That's what DC did in the past. Until lately, they have combined 2 or more of these digital comics into a single floppy available at your Local Comic Shop.
But 2020 is interesting times, and DC isn't the same company it was at the start of the year. They have yet to announce any printed editions of Superman: Man of Tomorrow. It might come eventually as a trade collection of the whole series, but these days who can tell?
So the question becomes: should I change the way I've done things in the past to start adding individual issues of digital exclusive content? Or should I hold fast to my old fashioned concepts of what a "real" comic book is? What do you think?
This week's poll question: Should the Boosterrific database include comics existing only in digital formats? Please visit the Boosterrific Polls page to view results for this week's poll.
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