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Wednesday, February 19, 2014
Over at whatculture.com, James Garcia has written "DC Movie Universe: 4 Ways Booster Gold Could Be DC's Iron Man." Garcia writes:
Whether or not you agree that Iron Man was obscure, Garcia goes on to make some pretty spot-on comparisons between Booster and Iron Man. Read his 4 specific comparisons at WhatCulture.com.
[Booster Gold] has a lot in common with Marvel Studios’ flagship superhero (on the big screen, anyway), which is something DC can definitely use to their advantage. If you remember, Iron Man was far from being a popular character before 2008. He was a second-tier character at best before being plucked from relative obscurity and thrust into mega stardom on the big screen. If DC plays their cards right, Booster Gold could follow suit.
Friday, March 8, 2013
What If... DC and Marvel had a crossover and all the fight scenes were arm wrestling matches? It might look a little something like this:
I don't care if he is "Invincible," there is no way that old drunk Tony Stark could beat college quarterback Booster Gold in an arm wrestling contest. I'm just saying.
For the record, niteowlfanatic had a wedding where all the guests dressed like superheroes? Yeah, that's awesome. Very awesome, indeed.
Friday, May 7, 2010
As you stand in line this weekend, waiting to buy a ticket to see the latest Hollywood blockbuster, keep in mind the super hero who was forced to wear a golden metal suit of life-supporting armor to keep his heart beating after an unexpected enemy ambush! Of course we're talking about
Iron Man Booster Gold! (Why would you think a site called Boosterrific would be talking about anyone other than Booster Gold?)
Booster was forced to don a Blue Beetle-designed, life-supporting armor after the cowardly Devastator cleaved his right arm clear off waaaay back in 1994's Justice League America #89. Booster was trapped in the armor for several years, during which time he was never the star of a highly grossing major motion picture. Arms dealers have all the luck.
Thursday, May 6, 2010
Once upon a time, people met in bars, got generally messed up, and passed the time taking sides in ridiculous and improbable arguments. This, in fact, is the entire foundation of the long-running television sitcom Cheers. Thankfully, the prevalence of the internet has brought those pointless conversations out of smoke-filled bars into the home and workplace. I present "Iron Man & War Machine vs. Blue Beetle & Booster Gold." Talk amongst yourselves.
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