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Wednesday, January 2, 2019
Begin the year with more death! Heroes in Crisis #4 is in stores today.
DCComics.com has the issue preview. Barry Allen still thinks that Booster is guilty, but that cover says differently.
Honestly, I'm beginning to think that there have been no murders at all. Perhaps the whole thing is just one big, bad hallucination in the mind of one PTSD-addled character. But Tom King wouldn't do that twice. Would he?
Buy this issue and make Skeets happy!
Wednesday, December 5, 2018
Logan Peterson has called me out on my failure to mention that in addition to Heroes in Crisis #3, Booster Gold also appeared last week in two additional comics!
First was Aquaman/Justice League: Drowned Earth Special #1, where our hero can bee seen among the Leaguers admiring the new Aquaman statue.
Second, Booster is barely visible on the dance floor in the story "The Birds of Christmas Past, Present, and Future" in DC Nuclear Winter Special #1.
As you can see, both were cameo appearances rather than the starring role Booster has in HiC, but any Booster is good Booster! Thanks, Logan.
Wednesday, November 28, 2018
When last we left our hero, Booster Gold was getting sucker-punched by Flash in Heroes in Crisis #2.
I hope we'll find out if Booster's jaw is stronger than it looks in Heroes in Crisis #3, on sale today!
You can find a preview of the issue at JoBlo.com.
(By the way, over the weekend BleedingCool.com "reported" that Booster isn't the Sanctuary Killer. So if you can trust a gossip site, well, then, I'm sure you feel much better now.)
Buy this issue and make Skeets happy!
Monday, November 26, 2018
DC Nuclear Winter Special #1 will be coming to your Local Comic Shop later this week. It will be an anthology that includes a story about Rip Hunter being trapped in a post-apocalyptic future with a malfunctioning time sphere. The writer for that story is Mark Russell.
Russell — who ranks high among my favorite writers — was recently interviewed by Ernie Estrella for SyFy Wire in which he hinted that he'd like another shot at writing Booster Gold.
Russell has also written backup Superman stories, and has Harley Quinn #56 due out in December. He is inching closer to writing a DCU title regularly. His next project is to establish The Wonder Twins as a part of Brian Michael Bendis' Wonder Comics imprint in February of 2019. As for Rip Hunter, Russell had so much fun but had to leave much of it on the cutting room floor, similar to writing the Booster Gold / Flintstones crossover.
"What I would like to do someday is write a Booster Gold - Rip Hunter crossover that involves a time sphere, that expands on the two stories that I didn't get to tell in their totality," Russell openly pitched. If fans are lucky enough, Rip's future looks gold.
I could never be that lucky, so I hope that some other Booster booster is. I need more Booster Gold & Son stories in my life!
You can read more of the interview and see a preview of the DC Nuclear Winter Special at SyFy.com.
Friday, November 9, 2018
Logan Peterson calls out attention to a Booster Gold cameo appearance released earlier this week!
(For those of you not reading Super Sons, know that Rex Luthor is an alien who admires Earth's villains so much, he plans to use the interdimensional power of the Hypercube to make himself the greatest villain of all.)
Another good spot, Logan! Booster boosters everywhere thank you.
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