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Wednesday, March 9, 2016
Booster Gold may not be in comic shops right now, but you'll still find him if you look in the right places. Here's what I've seen around the web in the past few days:
- Dan Jurgens is okay with Nathan Fillion (or "probably ten other guys who I'd certainly give a big thumbs-up to") playing a live-action Booster Gold. With a character as great as Booster Gold, I figure even George Clooney couldn't ruin him.
- Speaking of Jurgens, he recently told a fan on Twitter (Booster booster CDN) that "of course" he knows who Rip Hunter's mom is. The trick will be getting him an opportunity to tell us.
- Steve Lam of BamSmackPow.com thinks he has proof that television's Rip Hunter is still Booster Gold's son. If that turns out to be true it would mean that we've already met Booster Gold's grandson!
- Speaking of Legends of Tomorrow, Erin of Exploring the Time Lab revealed that her comic book reading, LoT-watching sister had no idea that Rip Hunter is Booster Gold's son. (Spoilers!) That got me wondering whether most fans of the show would think more or less of Rip Hunter if they knew who his father was. Booster doesn't exactly have a sterling reputation with the casual comic-reading public. (That's what makes his secret identity as The Greatest Hero You've Never Heard Of work.)
What have you heard about Booster Gold lately?
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