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Friday, December 30, 2011
While Booster Gold's victory over Maxwell Lord may have been short lived, it certainly seems to have struck a chord with our voters. Let's hope that Booster will get to have a showdown with his old frenemy one day in the DCnU.
Last week's poll question: What was the highlight of 2011 for Booster Gold? (38 votes)
Beginning next week, polls will be moving to Thursdays from their customary Fridays. Adjust your calendars appropriately. Since that means that this week's poll will run for 6 instead of the customary 7 days, let's keep it simple: this is the Best Booster Book Championship!
Friday, December 23, 2011
Wow. It's a Christmas Miracle: this poll had 4 times as many votes as any other poll has ever received. (That's a response too good to be true. It looks like I'll be spending Christmas weekend working on better poll scripts!) Given the apparent demand, maybe original Dan Jurgens artwork needs to be sold by the panel.
Last week's poll question: Which present would you most prefer receive for Christmas? (168 votes)
Coming to the end of the calendar means that it's time to look back at the year that was. For Booster Gold, 2011 was a pretty eventful year. Booster was prominently featured as a major character in 4 different titles, participated in a unique tie-in to the crossover event of the year, and survived the reboot to lead the reimagined Justice League International. He even appeared in both animated and live action television shows. Quite an impressive list for a character still widely considered a b-list hero. Here's hoping Booster doesn't rest on his laurels in 2012.
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