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Thursday, July 17, 2014
More than half of you would buy extra issues if you thought it would make a difference to DC. You guys are real fans!
Last week's poll question: Would you be willing to buy 2 copies per issue if that would convince DC to produce a new Booster Gold series? (60 votes)
Elvis or The Beatles? Coke or Pepsi? PC or Mac? Fight!
Thursday, July 10, 2014
No one voted "team player." Is it any wonder that the New 52 Justice League International disbanded under his leadership?
Last week's poll question: Which soccer position would Booster Gold play? (36 votes)
I said yesterday that I'd be willing to buy two copies of each issue of a Booster Gold series if only DC would make one. I wasn't kidding. Am I alone?
Tuesday, November 30, 2010
Tony "G-Man" Guerrero has posted an article, "Off My Mind: Should Superheroes Get Corporate Sponsors?", on comicvine.com discussing the tricky relationship between the corporate world and the super hero. The article naturally spotlights Superman and Booster Gold. In fact, it was the very question of corporate sponsorships that inspired Dan Jurgens to create Booster in the first place. It can be no coincidence linking Booster Gold's endurance to the fact that the question of morally questionable corporate sponsorships is as relevant today as it was 25 years ago.
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