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It has been 65 Days since Booster Gold last appeared in an in-continuity DCU comic book.
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Wednesday, October 12, 2022
If anyone ever asks you what superhero comics were like in the 1990s, just show them this panel:
Shoulder pads, pouches, and armored cowls, oh my!
It probably won't surprise you to learn that panel is from Bloodbath #1, released on this date in 1993.
"Bloodlines" was the DC's annual crossover event series for 1993, and as you can see, Booster was trapped in his ungainly (and unsightly) post-Doomsday football armor at the time, which partially explains why he played such a small role in the proceedings.
Don't worry, Booster. There will be better (and better looking) days ahead.
Thursday, April 24, 2014
I'm not sure whether you're all really excited about Chris Evans, or if you just want to see Booster Gold reach the big screen.
Last week's poll question: What would you think of actor Chris Evans playing Booster Gold in Booster Gold: The Movie? (47 votes)
So not only are we getting a new Booster Gold comic in September, we're getting the opportunity to upgrade into a 3D cover. Obviously, we would have bought the issue even without the cover gimmick, so the question becomes whether or not we are excited to pay out some extra cash for a 1990s-style cover gimmick.
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