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Wednesday, March 25, 2015
If you visit your Local Comic Shop, ask for the Justice League Dark #40 "Movie Poster Variant" edition.
I don't expect Booster Gold to be in the book, but I'm satisfied to find him on the book. (It's becoming a trend at DC.)
Friday, December 19, 2014
First Booster Gold showed up on the cover of Futures End #25, despite appearing nowhere in the book. Then he was on the cover of last week's Smallville: Continuity #1 without participating in that issue. Now, DC has announced that March will be "Movie Cover" theme month, including this cover featured on Buzzfeed.com:
Can you see the little Blue and Gold and Fire and Ice sitting on the Hall of Justice between
Beetlejuice's Deadman's legs? That's the variant cover by Joe Quinones. The regular cover gives no hint that the classic JLI are around, but perhaps the solicitation does:
JUSTICE LEAGUE DARK #40
Written by J.M. DeMATTEIS
Art by ANDRES GUINALDO and WALDEN WONG
Cover by GUILLEM MARCH
MOVIE POSTER Variant cover by JOE QUINONES
They've been to the edge of time and back again, but now the arcane forces with which they've fought will make one last attempt at eradicating the Justice League Dark from existence. Major changes are in store as the team faces its final fate!
Will those "major changes" include an appearance by the JLI? Doubtful, but I guess we'll find out for sure on March 25. Thanks to Swingin' Around for the spot.
Monday, December 3, 2012
Back in 2006, in the pages of 52 Week 6, we learned that Rip Hunter was spending his time tracking the anomalies of the DC Universe by scribbling notes, usually on a chalkboard. The board gave cryptic hints of current and future events in the DCU. This gimmick lasted for several years, until Rip Hunter disappeared in the Flashpoint cataclysm.
Well, now there's a new obsessive scribbler in town.
Justice League Dark #1 hit stands last week, and it included this two-page spread of John Constantine's notes. Isn't it just like that limey bastard to steal Rip Hunter's gimmick? Even Johnny's "handwriting" looks like Rip's. At least it's nice to see that someone in the DCnU hasn't forgotten about Booster Gold.
For a complete list of Rip Hunter's chalkboard appearances in the pages of Booster Gold Volume 2, see here.
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