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Monday, February 2, 2015
On this day in 1988, Superman celebrated 600 issues of Action Comics. (New to comic books? Don't let this week's Action Comics #39 confuse you. As hard as it may be to believe, DC Comics once promoted Action Comics' status as the longest running comic book by putting really big numbers on its cover. We call those "the good old days.")
Action Comics #600 by by Linda Medley and Art Adams
Of course, Booster Gold couldn't let Superman celebrate a milestone like that without sharing some of the spotlight, so he crashed Superman's pin-up. No one seems to mind much. Even Batman is smiling.
Wednesday, September 8, 2010
It's Wednesday, but sadly there are no new comics (at least in America). It's not the end of the industry just yet, it's just a side effect of our 3-day weekend. Be patient: there are two Booster Gold comics on the horizon.
To kill the time until they get here, perhaps you can peruse Gavok's review of the Geoff Johns teaser panels from the beginning and end of his run on Booster Gold over at 4thletter.net.
Or maybe you'd just like to keep the beefcake theme going:
"Completely healed" but without toes? (Ah, the 1990s.) Panel from Extreme Justice #12, 1996. Art by Tom Morgan and Ken Branch.
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