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Friday, January 19, 2024
Booster Gold appears in only two panels in Justice League International #20, so we'll skip ahead to Justice League International #21 where Booster Gold has about the greatest three consecutive panel sequence you'll ever read in a DC comic.
And can we just take an extra moment to admire Ty Templeton's pencils on what is very obviously a layout (with an iconic Darkseid closeup) by the late, great Keith Giffen? Amazing work, guys.
Friday, February 20, 2015
Booster Gold has appeared in three issues of Futures End. None of those appearances have lasted more than a couple of panels. The most recent appearance in Futures End #41 is a tiny inclusion in a collage of characters, leading Booster booster Brady Kj to comment in the Boosterrific Forum, "If that's all Booster is in this issue, it's hardly worth mentioning." Like them or not, brief cameo appearances aren't exactly a new trend for Booster.
For example, on this date in 2008, Booster Gold was seen in Death of the New Gods #6. Our hero appeared on a computer monitory as Darkseid observed the multiverse. Now, Darkseid and Booster Gold have some history dating back to Justice League International #21 (and they look like they'll have a future, if recent events in Justice League 3000 #14 are any indication). However, as in Futures End, Booster's role here is negligible.
They may seem inconsequential to the average reader (or sane comic book buyer), but they're like catnip for the obsessive completionist collector. This site could hardly claim to be a complete chronicle of Booster's adventures if I ignored comics where Booster made only cameo appearances.
I see it as my job to keep track and inform you of these appearances. I'll leave it to you to decide whether or not you care to buy them.
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