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Monday, August 10, 2020
When we last left Cort's Booster Gold sketchbook, Cort had promised new pieces soon. He wasn't kidding!
The four newest hotnesses:
Cort, I'm starting to think that you're spending more money creating Booster Gold art than DC is these days. Keep up the good work!
As always, you can see all these and more at imgur.com.
Monday, August 3, 2020
Curious what enduring friendship looks like? Look no further than DC Cybernetic Summer #1, "Boys of Summer by Heath Corson, Scott Koblish, et al.
Blue and Gold Now:
Unapologetically silly and sincere, this is my favorite kind of super hero comic story. The way comics are packaged and sold these days, it could only appear in one of DC's seasonal anthology books, so a hearty thanks to DC Cybernetic Summer for making the space for it.
If you don't have your own yet, inquire at your Local Comic Shop. This comic is 100% Boosterrific.
Wednesday, July 29, 2020
Released yesterday to a Local Comic Shop near you: DC Cybernetic Summer #1, including Booster Gold & Blue Beetle [and Skeets] in "The Boys of Summer" by Heath Corson, Scott Koblish, Hi-Fi, and Carlos M. Mangual.
CBR.com has the issue preview, but with Skeets on the cover, I'm sure you don't need it. (Which is good, because neither Booster nor Skeets is actually in the preview. Just Batman. Because Batman = DC Comics. I mean, who else would they let drive that Metal Men Jeep? Superman doesn't even own a car. Speaking of which, who formed the tires? It must be that newest Metal Man: Steel-Belted Radials.)
Buy this issue and make Skeets happy.
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