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It has been 69 Days since Booster Gold last appeared in a DCnU comic book.
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Friday, October 23, 2020
It seems like a while since Ross Pearsall showcased Booster Gold in his Super-Team Family Presents... blog, but it was worth the wait.
Maybe that's not the Avenger's greatest line-up, but holding off even Captain America alone is a noteworthy accomplishment.
Keep up the good work, Ross.
Friday, January 31, 2020
Thanks to the new, high quality printing of Booster Gold: The Big Fall, it looks like Thor isn't the only Avenger in Booster Gold's friendly neighborhood.
That photographer in Booster Gold #12 sure looks familiar. He doesn't happen to work for the Daily Bugle, does he? Is that you, Peter Parker?
Just how many Avengers did penciller Dan Jurgens hide in the backgrounds and crowd scenes of Booster Gold comics? Let the scavenger hunt begin!
Thursday, May 10, 2012
There were some great suggestions for other titles in last week's comments, and this poll had a large number of voters. Clearly, we're excited about Booster Gold on TV, whatever SyFy decides to call it.
Last week's poll question: What is the best title for the currently untitled Booster Gold television show produced by the SyFy network? (50 votes)
Last week, I watched children pouring out of a matinee showing of The Avengers, most of them pretending to be one of the film's heroes. How did they chose which hero they would role play? Did they innately associate with one of the characters, or did they prefer the role that they filled on the team? There's only one way to answer this question: make it a Boosterrific Poll question!
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