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Monday, March 8, 2021
Cort Carpenter might be my favorite person to get emails from because they are usually filled with new entries from his Booster Gold sketchbook like these:
That last piece by Jurgens is especially large at 12-inches by 18-inches. That's a life-sized portrait!
Keep up the good work, Cort. (To see more of his pieces, visit imgur.com.)
Friday, February 19, 2021
I was working on something else to post here today, but I ran out of time (or, more accurately, I overloaded on work).
In any event, by way of apology, I'm going to lean on Booster booster Cort, who recently added this piece, drawn by his friend, Julius-LZL, to his Booster Gold commission sketchbook:
This scene is a re-imagining of Booster Gold's first meeting with Doomsday, originally presented in Justice League America #69. If it had gone down this way in 1992, today we'd probably be calling Doomsday "Cupcake."
Thanks for bailing me out, Cort (especially since you didn't know that's what you'd be doing).
Wednesday, January 20, 2021
No Booster Gold comics this week, but Cort has come to our rescue with new entries in his Booster Gold sketchbook!
Let's take a peek inside (with Cort's commentary):
Got this beauty from Brett Booth. The staggering detail in the background is awesome. Beetle being hidden in there made me laugh.
A Bart Sears Booster commish I got for supporting the Hero Initiative, also got to chat with Sears, it was pretty rad.
A wicked and stylish, smug, and funny Booster from Yale Stewart of JL8 fame.
If you want to see even more of Cort's sketchbook, visit imgur.com.
Monday, November 16, 2020
Cort's back with more Booster Gold sketchbook pages! He writes
These are a fun and varied mix of styles so it was nice to add them all to my collection. Which is now 59 pieces large! 2020 has had a lot of downs and twists and turns, but it has been fruitful for having artists open their lists for mail-in commissions, and I've been very lucky and very grateful for that.
Way to find the bright side of everyone being stuck at home without regular jobs in 2020, Cort! (And we're grateful that you shared your luck with us.)
You can see Cort's full Booster Gold sketchbook online at imgur.com.
Monday, October 19, 2020
I was having a particularly bad week — which makes me no different than 90% of the global population this unendurable 2020 — when I received a pleasantly unexpected email from Cort Carpenter with a new batch of Boosterrific sketches from his Booster Gold sketchbook.
... and another by Dave Stokes
And one by Cort himself!
Good timing, Cort. It's hard to feel down while looking at that many smiling faces.
You can see these and many, many more at Cort's online Booster Gold sketchbook on imgur.com.
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