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Friday, May 9, 2014
David dropped by the comments on Tuesday's post about C2E2 cosplayers to point out that I had left out an important participant. Namely, I'd left out him. And he seems none to happy about that. Clearly, he went through a lot of trouble to let me know.
Sorry about that oversight, David. I'd hate to miss a Booster Gold costume with a sweet collar like that. I'll try to be more thorough in the future. Or the past. Or whenever. (Time travel is so complicated.)
Friday, November 12, 2010
Let's close the week on something a little more fun and whimsical than yesterday's discussion of depressing sales figures, shall we?
Brian Brad Millette submitted the above sketch to the latest "The Line It Is Drawn" column of the Comics Should Be Good blog at Comic Book Resources this week. It's about time that Booster Gold and the Doctor should meet.
No doubt should they ever cross fictional universes for an encounter, this is very likely the reception that Booster Gold would receive from the Doctor. Though I never thought of it this way before, that would make the Doctor very much like Hal Jordan in Vanishing Point: capable of creating the most insane deus ex machina and very disdainful of those who don't share his point of view. Who knew?
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