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Friday, April 13, 2018
Booster boosters no doubt recall the image of Blue Beetle and Booster Gold running scared as seen in Booster Gold, Volume 2, #34. You know, it's that image that Dan Jurgens said was his least favorite, remember?
The good news is that you can look down at it every day with the officially licensed t-shirt from 80sTees.com!
The shirt is printed to order, making it a mite expensive at $40 for a large t-shirt, but when has money ever stopped a true fan from wearing his heart on their sleeve? Or, as the case may be, their chest.
Wednesday, May 25, 2016
DC Rebirth #1 is out today . . . and according to Newsarama.com, Booster Gold is not in it.
On an unrelated note, long time Booster booster Shawn Baston wrote in to chastise me for not pointing out that the May Previews catalog solicited a new Booster Gold t-shirt:
This shirt from Junk Food Clothing reproduces the cover of Booster Gold #1. It should be available in late July for about $18.00. This is a Previews exclusive, so if you want it, be sure to tell your Local Comic Shop so that they can order one for you.
Thanks, Shawn. Now that I know you're paying attention, I'll try harder!
Friday, November 7, 2014
Just in time for the return of "classic" Blue and Gold in Justice League 3000 comes this new shirt from ThinkGeek.com.
Says the ad copy: "Booster Gold is from the future, so he knows already knows how much you want this shirt." I wish I'd thought of that.
The shirt is currently on sale for $19.99, but you'll find that you'll be spending twice that when you see the accompanying Blue Beetle shirt.
Friday, July 19, 2013
Booster booster Chris Aguinaldo was the first point my attention to Li'l Blue and Gold, appearing in the latest installment of the JL8 webcomic by Yale Stewart.
I have to admit, I had never heard of JL8 until Wednesday, but it seems that many of you are already following it. As I said, Chris was the first to point me in that direction via email, but I have also gotten notifications about it in Twitter and private messages, and it is even a thread in the Boosterrific Forum. Maybe I'm the only one who didn't know about it!
Thanks to Yale for making such a Boosterrific comic and shirt (why doesn't Boosterrific.com offer any t-shirts?), and to everyone else for pointing it out.
Wednesday, May 29, 2013
Only die-hard Booster Gold completists (you know who you are) may care about this, but Booster Gold will be making an appearance in today's Smallville Season 11 Special #1. The main story features Smallville's version of Martian Manhunter, but Booster will be making a brief cameo. Or at least his Fan Club t-shirt will.
Hey, I think I own that shirt! Now I can dress just like some kid in a comic book! Sweet! (If you want to be able to dress just like some kid in a comic book, you can get your own officially licensed Booster Gold Fan Club t-shirt from graphittidesigns.com. All the coolest comic book supporting characters are wearing them!)
The 48-page Smallville Season 11 Special #1 by Bryan Q. Miller, Axel Gimenez, and Diana Egea will set you back $4.99 at your Local Comic Shop.
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