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Wednesday, February 14, 2024

Soon to Be New Release: Blue Beetle

I'd say "Spoiler Warning," but somehow I can show you the entire final page of this week's Blue Beetle #6 without giving away any significant details of the issue's story. (Did they do that on purpose?)

© DC Comics
words by Josh Trujillo; art by Adrian Gutierrez, Wil Quintana, Lucas Gattoni

As you can see, there is some sort of "tachyon interference" and then a "blop!" and then... "The Hunt for Ted Kord!"

Before you can ask "do those mean that Booster Gold will be in the next issue," I can already answer "yes," because the March solicitations released in December already told us so. The Adrian Gutierrez cover of Blue Beetle #7 will look like this:

© DC Comics

So consider this your three-week warning that Booster boosters should definitely plan on picking up Blue Beetle #7 when it arrives in Local Comic Shops everywhere on March 5.

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Wednesday, June 21, 2023

DC Solicitations for September

AIPTcomics.com has all of DC's solicitations for September, and oh, boy, they look great.

I've had my eye out for Blue Beetle #1 ever since DC.com revealed back in April that Ted Kord (and the Bug!) would be on the Adrian Gutierrez cover.

© DC Comics

I've also been anticipating Fire & Ice: Welcome to Smallville #1 for months, and although I don't like incentive variants, I just might be convinced to pony up for this 1:25 Kevin Maguire variant cover.

© DC Comics

I hadn't been planning on buying any of the four monthly books written by Tom King, but Julian Totino Tedesco makes riding a kanga look like so much fun on the variant cover for Wonder Woman #1, I just might change my mind. (It wouldn't be the first time I'd've bought a comic just because of a Tedesco cover.)

© DC Comics

Ooh! And how about the Chris Samnee variant for Shazam #3? Or the two part Mikel Janin acetate cover for Superman #6? And don't even get me started on the Old Man Red Bee (and Old Man Blackhawk!) appearing on the 1:25 Rahazzah variant for Peacemaker Tries Hard! #5.

Now, if you've read down this far, you might have noticed that I haven't mentioned Booster Gold yet. Well, that's because the solicitation doesn't either. I was trying to soften the blow with all those great covers.

Did it work?

If it helps, DC also announced that the first six issues of The Human Target will be collected (for the second time) in October. Booster will be in that. Come to think if it, it's also got some great covers.

Booster may be hard to find these days, but at least it isn't hurting my eyes to keep looking.

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