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It has been 67 Days since Booster Gold last appeared in a DCnU comic book.
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Friday, July 11, 2014
I read Smallville: Chaos Chapter 5 and really enjoyed it. It had a better flow than the last installment and both the big action and small character moments we've come to expect from writer Bryan Q. Miller. I had only one big problem with last week's installment: no Booster Gold or Skeets.
Yeah, the issue gives us Cyborg Superman and an awesome Lois Lane showdown with Jor-El (plus a Jeff Goldblum reference), and all that is very, very awesome. But if Bryan Q. Miller thinks I'm going to be satisfied without a Booster Gold appearance, he's got another think coming!
I guess I'll have to spend a dollar on Smallville Chaos Chapter 6 today at Comixology.com and find out if this oversight gets corrected.
Wednesday, June 25, 2014
Smallville: Chaos #3 came out last week, in which we find that Lex Luthor doesn't think any more highly of Booster Gold than Lois Lane did.
Smallville: Chaos #1. Writer: Bryan Q. Miller, Art: Daniel HDR, Colors: Carrie Strachan
Poor Ted Kord and Micheal Holt. Why is everybody so down on them for hiring the World's Greatest Hero?
This issue is available online at Comixology.com now for 99¢. The printed edition collecting the first 3 digital installments as Smallville Season 11: Chaos #1 should be coming to your Local Comic Shop on August 13, 2014 with a cover price of $3.99. (If you delay buying this until the collected edition comes out, you'll pay an extra dollar! So what are you waiting for?)
Each of the 3 digital installment of Smallville: Chaos to date has referenced or included Booster Gold. With 9 more chapters to go, can writer Bryan Q. Miller keep up this pace? We sure hope so.
Tuesday, June 10, 2014
Bryan Q. Miller is clearly a big Booster Gold fan. He keeps squeezing references to Booster into his issues of Smallville: Season 11. Take, for instance, this panel from last week's digital release of Smallville: Chaos #1.
Smallville: Chaos #1. Writer: Bryan Q. Miller, Pencils: Agustin Padilla, Inks: Jose Aviles, Colors: Carrie Strachan
That's Smallville's versions of Ted Kord on the left and Michael Holt on the right. You might better know them by their DCU noms de guerre of Blue Beetle and Mister Terrific, respectively. (By the way, that's Lois Lane asking the question. I hope I don't have to explain who she is.)
If you want your own copy of this comic, you can find it online at Comixology.com for 99¢. Or you can pick up a printed version in your Local Comic Shop this August.
Tuesday, December 31, 2013
The fourth most-viewed post of the year was on April 23, 2013.
One of the few bright spots of 2013 for Booster Gold were his appearances in Smallville Season 11. The regular DCnU may not have room for Booster and Skeets, but thankfully Bryan Q. Miller's television-inspired universe does.
Number 3 tomorrow.
Monday, May 13, 2013
This past weekend, Russ Burlingame interviewed Smallville Season 11 writer Bryan Q. Miller for ComicBook.com. The interview primarily focuses on Miller's work with Superman and his creator-owned Earthward but doesn't forget the important stuff. By which I mean Skeets.
ComicBook.com: Skeets was barely in the television show, so there didn't appear to be any need to include him as a stand-alone character in [Smallville Season 11 #13]. Why choose to include Skeets, especially in a physical form?
Miller: Because I love Skeets. I've always loved Skeets. He's the straight man. And, as far as I'm concerned (thanks to Justice League Unlimited), he sounds like Billy West.
ComicBook.com: Do you realize that you've earned the eternal gratefulness of Boosterrific.com, who have been missing Skeets since before Flashpoint?
Miller: I didn't then, but I do now — and I'm happy to help!
Thanks, Bryan! We can never have too much Skeets in our lives!
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