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Monday, April 15, 2013
"What type of gold means certain death for Jonah Hex?"
Note the clever re-working of the "Booster Gold" logo star from high-tech to Old West sheriff's badge. That's a nice touch.
ComicBookResources.com released this cover on Friday. You can see a bigger version of this pic on their site here. You can buy a copy of the book this cover is attached to when the book hits stands on April 24, 2013.
Thursday, January 31, 2013
Last week, there was some debate about whether the character teased in DC Comics Presents #19 was going to be Booster Gold. The case against it looked pretty clear, as the results of the poll suggest.
Last week's poll question: Will the time-displaced hero in DC PRESENTS #19 be Booster Gold? (43 votes)
But yesterday, Buzzfeed.com released a list of teases about DC's April solicitations. First and foremost was news about our hero.
- Booster Gold reappears while an entire team disappears
Whoo-hoo! Now we need to know where. Could we have been wrong about DC Comics Presents? Over at ComicBook.com, Russ Burlingame suggests Justice League Dark or Stormwatch. Months back, we were told that we'd see Booster in Justice League of America, although we could certainly see him first in Justice League. Is that Booster's force field on the cover of Vibe? Might the disappearing team referenced in the tease be Suicide Squad, who all look dead on their cover?
So many options! We need more clues! Where's Rip Hunter's chalkboard when you need it?
Where do you think we should start looking? How about I give you the option of voting for up to 3 titles that DC solicited for April, and we'll narrow down the search from those that get votes.
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