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Wednesday, October 28, 2015
We haven't seen Booster Gold anywhere since Bat-Mite #4. Don't expect that to change with today's Justice League 3001 #5.
However, we do know from the issue preview available at GraphicPolicy.com that Booster Gold and Blue Beetle will at least get a name drop (from Fire and Ice!).
Given the latest Booster drought — 84 days and counting — that's a good enough reason for me to pick up the issue.
Wednesday, September 23, 2015
Today's issue of Justice League 3001 #4 takes place after the last issue of Justice League 3000 but before the start of the current series. Are we likely to finally find out how Booster Gold and Blue Beetle got out of the cliffhanger ending of Justice League 3000 #14?
If the issue preview at comicbookresources.com is any indication, probably not.
But I'll be buying it anyway. I invite you to join me.
Wednesday, August 26, 2015
Justice League 3001 #3 is in your Local Comic Shop today. This is the one that series writer J.M. DeMatteis promised on Twitter finally had Booster Gold and Blue Beetle in it. (They haven't been seen since before Justice League 3000 was canceled and restarted following Convergence.)
The preview for today's issue is available online at blastr.com. I don't see Booster and Beetle in it, but I'm sure that DeMatteis wasn't lying to us.
Buy this issue and make Skeets happy.
Wednesday, July 22, 2015
We learned last month on Twitter (from writer J.M. DeMatteis, no less) that Booster Gold won't be showing up in Justice League 3001 until next month's issue #3. But if you want to have any idea what's going on then, you really might want to consider picking up today's issue #2.
You can find a preview online at ComicBookResources.com.
Wednesday, June 24, 2015
Justice League 3001 #1 arrives today at your Local Comic Shop. This series continues the story of Justice League 3000, which introduced the comedy stylings of Blue Beetle and Booster Gold to the future.
When last we saw our heroes, they were captured by the series' villains. I trust we'll see more of their story before too long. (They're solicited to appear on the cover of issue #3.)
Our heroes aren't the only JLI throwbacks found in the future. This issue introduces the future Guy Gardner and the return of Starro the Conqueror. So get in on the ground floor of this new title and pick up the first issue today.
(If you want to look before you buy, you'll find the issue preview on ComicBookResources.com.)
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