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Wednesday, July 24, 2019
Judging by how many of you rushed to tell me this news, I have to assume that the DC Legends mobile video game must be a very big deal to Booster boosters.
Per the DC Legends Twitter account (@DCLegends), Booster Gold will be joining the game lineup in August, complete with a very 90s take on his power suit.
There were more details on Reddit.com, including a brief bio and some helpful hints about how the character will be used in-game:
BOOSTER GOLD: 25TH CENTURY HERO
In the year 2462, Michael Jon Carter, quarterback of the University of Gotham, lost everything thanks to gambling issues. Taking a job as a janitor in the Space Museum, he learned about superheroes and about how they were true legends in their time. Inspired by their actions, he stole several exhibitions in the museum and traveled back in time to the present to embark on a new career as the superhero Booster Gold.
With the help of his Power Suit, Booster Gold is able to identify all his targets and deal huge damage. He helps his teammates with shields that provide them protection and purge harmful states.
Thanks to all who sent word.
Friday, October 26, 2018
Do you have your copy of LEGO DC Super Villains video game yet? If not, here's a game play video of our favorite hero from JayShockblast on YouTube:
Pay careful attention inside the game's version of Blaze Comics, and you'll spot a LEGO recreation of Booster Gold Volume 1, #25. That's pretty Boosterrific!
For the record, Booster is voiced in the game by Travis Willingham, and Roger Craig Smith is Skeets.
Monday, October 1, 2018
A new LEGO DC video game is right around the corner, and Graham Hancock of brickfanatics.com scrutinized screenshots shared at UK's EGX 2018 convention last weekend to report that Booster Gold will be among the 162 identified playable characters in the game.
The game, LEGO DC Super-Villains, won't be released until October 16, but it's likely that fans will learn more about it as soon as next week's New York Comic Con. Not one but two promotional events are scheduled for the first day of the convention alone!
Sounds like it's time to start limbering up my thumbs.
Friday, July 20, 2018
On Thursday, Cartoon Network announced the release of their latest mobile game, Teen Titans GO Figure!
According to their press release:
Teen Titans GO Figure! features nearly 100 exciting figures to battle and level up. Collect fan-favorites like Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, The Flash, Green Lantern, Black Lightning, Swamp Thing, Shazam and more, each customizable with new paints, abilities and accessories. You’ll meet up with tons of iconic DC characters along the way, including Supergirl, Hawkgirl, Commissioner Gordon, Martian Manhunter, Space Cabbie, Rainbow Raider, Booster Gold, Condiment King and more.
Before you rush out to play, know that DC Comics also released a digital tie-in comic book. The comic's plot actually involves some time travel antics, so naturally Booster Gold has to drop by. His one-panel appearance revisits Rip Hunter's chalkboard from Booster Gold Volume 2.
(Yes, the exclamation point is in a different place in those two products. Why? Go figure.)
Thanks to J for letting me know about the comic.
Friday, August 25, 2017
Some video games, like Pac-Man, Galaga, and Super Mario Brothers, have legs, by which I mean they never get old or go out of style. Minecraft seems to belong to that group now as well.
I've given you some links to custom Booster Gold Minecraft skins in the past. This is a new one.
If you play Minecraft and are looking for a new Booster Gold skin, you'll find this one by Clubsarah8 at NeedCoolShoes.com. Use it responsibly!
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