- Booster Gold
Thursday, May 5, 2011
Since Booster Gold's powers have always been derived from technology, disruptions in that technology have provided grist for many a story. For several years after Booster's original 25th-century power suit was destroyed, he relied on bulky 20th-century replacements. The best of these was the armor that he wore during his tenure with Extreme Justice
This costume was designed by Mike Wieringo and debuted in 1994's Justice League America #90. Ironically, Wieringo would never draw Booster in this suit in a published comic. In fact, the late, great Wieringo only drew Booster Gold for DC comics once, in 1993's Justice League Quarterly #12.
I'd love to tell you where this particular one-page spread was originally published, but I seem to have lost the info. Can anyone out there refresh my memory?
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