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Tuesday, August 25, 2020
I interrupt your regularly scheduled blog of Booster Gold posts to present the following link to the Kickstarter for Legends of Draxia, a mobile device video game I have been coding.
Thank you for your consideration. Regular posting will resume tomorrow.
Monday, August 24, 2020
DC's self-contained convention was this past weekend, and while it was a smorgasbord for fans of super hero movies, television, and video games, there really wasn't much news about DC's plans for comic books. And since Booster Gold doesn't exist in any current movies, television, or video games, our hero was nowhere to be found.
The closest we got to Booster was this Easter Egg spotted by the eagle-eyed Ouoya (@Ouoya on Twitter.com) in the Suicide Squad Versus The Justice League video game trailer:
Suicide Squad Versus The Justice League is set in the same continuity as Rocksteady Studios' Batman: Arkham series of games. Blaze Comics appeared in Gotham City in Batman: Arkham Origins (2013) and Batman: Arkham Knight (2015).
It's good to know that Blaze is still doing well enough to have a storefront in Metropolis, but you're going to have to wait a while to see it for yourself. Suicide Squad Versus The Justice League isn't scheduled to be released before August 2022.
So maybe that's not the Booster Gold bonanza Booster boosters might have been hoping for, but it's not nothing. And since FanDome was split into two weeks with most of the comics-related content pushed to September 12, we may still hear more about Booster yet.
Thanks for bringing that screenshot to our attention, Ouoya.
Monday, October 28, 2019
Over the weekend, Steven Palchinski gave me even more pictures of Booster Gold from the DC Legends game, this time in Booster's "Legendary" armor!
Golly, it's weird to think that Booster's Extreme Justice look is more "legendary" than his default. I guess it's true what they say, if you wait long enough, *everything* comes back into fashion.
(Ok, you did it, Steven. These screenshots finally inspired me to get the game for myself. Legendary Booster Gold, here I come.)
Friday, October 25, 2019
It was announced back in July that Booster Gold would be joining the cast of the DC Legends mobile game.
Thanks to Steven Palchinski, we finally have pictures to prove he's in the game.
I would never have guessed that the game would recreate Booster's long-forgotten Mass Dispersion Field. Now that's Boosterrific!
Thanks for those screenshots, Steven. (Sorry it only took me two months to share them!)
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.
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