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Thursday, October 13, 2011
On Tuesday Vaneta Rogers asked Dan Jurgens the question of the week in her column "JURGENS Talks Fast-Moving JUSTICE LEAGUE INTERNATIONAL" at Newsarama.com:
Nrama: Does Booster really have a "Booster Cave?" Will we see it soon?
Jurgens: Of course, the "Booster Cave" is real! In a sense, anyway. And, yes, you will see it.
I'm already giddy with anticipation, but Jurgens is coy as usual. If that answer is still too vague for you, there's still time to make travel plans to meet Jurgens at this weekend's New York Comic Con.
Dan Jurgens' website, danjurgens.com, indicates that Jurgens will be at the convention for 2 days, October 14 and 15, but the convention website, newyorkcomiccon.com, only notes that Jurgens will be present for the "DC All Access: Justice League" panel on Saturday, October 15. Maybe Jurgens is attending on Friday as a fan.
No doubt Jurgens will talk about Booster Gold and the rest of the Justice League International as part of the "DC All Access: Justice League" panel. Jurgens will be one of many creators on the one hour panel, including Brian Azzarello, Brian Buccellato, Cliff Chiang, Yildiray Cinar, Tony Daniel, Geoff Johns, JT Krul, Jim Lee, Francis Manapul, Joe Prado, Ivan Reis, Philip Tan, and Eric Wallace.
Despite that stellar line-up, the panel is scheduled to last only one hour, from noon to 1PM. Fourteen creators on one panel for one hour? That means that each creator should get to speak for just about 3 minutes each. Choose your questions wisely, attendees.
Friday, August 20, 2010
It seems I spend half of my time on this blog trying to keep up with who's talking to Dan Jurgens now. But now Jurgens already has that covered for me on the news page of his new website: DanJurgens.com.
On a personal note, I can't tell which is more flattering: the fact that I was able to score an interview with Jurgens for this site or the fact that he has mentioned Boosterrific on his (even if it is a reference to the aforementioned interview). That's not so bad for a site dedicated to the greatest hero no one has ever heard of, huh?
Thursday, July 29, 2010
Russ Burlingame has published his latest "Gold Exchange" column with Dan Jurgens discussing Vanishing Point #1 on Newsarama.com. As always, Burlingame's questions draw some illuminating answers from Jurgens about the events and characters in his latest story (How does Michelle feel about being Goldstar? Whatever happened to the Linear Men? Will we see more Tyrannosauruses?) But the biggest news in this article is the announcement of the new Dan Jurgens website, DanJurgens.com. Congratulations to Jurgens for finally establishing a solid web presence disseminating news of his many, many activities.
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