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Wednesday, July 13, 2016
Twenty-three years ago today, Booster Gold was still appearing in DC Comics comic books. Specifically, Justice League Quarterly #12.
As you can see, Booster wasn't on his best behavior in this cameo appearance. He and Blue Beetle treated poor Ice quite rudely, laughing at her desire for a companion for her planned road trip through the American southwest. That's not cool, guys. Not cool. (Is that how you'd treat Wonder Woman?)
Ice, if you're still looking, I'm always up for a good road trip.
Friday, February 8, 2013
My high school reunion is tomorrow. I'm not going, and it's all Booster Gold's fault.
That's Booster Gold at Ted Kord's 15th high school reunion, as detailed in Justice League Quarterly #7. Unlike Booster Gold, I don't know any foreign supermodel/superheroes who would go as my dates. I also doubt that my reunion would be crashed by alien warlords. The only aspect that my reunion would share with this one is that there will definitely be dentists, car salesmen, and drunks in attendance.
Therefore, I'm going to stay at home and read comic books, just as I did on weekends in high school. That's gotten me where I am today, and I'm not complaining.
Monday, July 30, 2012
Without Chris Sprouse, we might still have had Booster Gold in his black leather jacket as the leader of the Conglomerate, but he wouldn't have looked nearly as cool.
Justice League Quarterly #1 in 1990 was among Sprouse's earliest works for DC Comics, but by no means was it the last. While it may seem that Sprouse has gone underutilized since the DC reboot, his legion of fans will be pleased to know that he recently hinted on his website, SprouseNet, that he will soon be returning to a Tom Strong mini-series. That's good birthday news, indeed.
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