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Wednesday, February 22, 2017
Those of you who follow Boosterrific on Facebook have already seen this, but for those of you who don't, Brian Miller of Hi-Fi Designs posted this yesterday:
To recap: First Dan Jurgens tells us that he's drawing "BG". Then Norm Rapmund says he's inking someone with a star on his chest who isn't Captain America. And now Hi-Fi designs removes any lingering doubt. This is definitely a Booster Gold cover.
Jurgens, Rapmund, and Hi Fi were the art team for most of the late, lamented Booster Gold Volume 2. Isn't it nice to have the band back together?
If you'd like to reward Miller for sharing the image with us, consider donating to his Kickstarter campaign for the Femme Mystique graphic novel. Good luck, Brian.
Wednesday, August 19, 2015
There are fewer than three weeks remaining in the SnarfQuest Tales Kickstarter campaign.
Since I last told you of this amazing opportunity to support Cellbloc Studios' video game based on the work of Larry Elmore, we've opened reward tiers to international donors! Don't let this pass you by!
Thank you for your support!
Friday, July 31, 2015
In the grand tradition of Booster Gold, I am using this platform to promote my latest business venture: SnarfQuest Tales the video game on Kickstarter.com.
Some of you older Dungeons and Dragons and comic fans may recognize Larry Elmore's high-fantasy SnarfQuest comic strip as a long-running feature in Dragon Magazine. My friends and I at Cellbloc Studios are, with Larry's support, turning the comic into a point-and-click video game.
If that sounds like something you'd enjoy, please consider supporting our Kickstarter project. And even if your interests lie elsewhere, consider supporting our Kickstarter as a way of indirectly supporting Boosterrific.com. (Somebody's got to pay the bills around here.)
Thank you for your support!
Wednesday, February 18, 2015
This Booster Gold commission by artist Shawn Daley (@ShawnDaley) showed up on Twitter recently:
You can have one, too, if you want it. Daley is promoting his Kickstarter Project, a print collection of his comic TerraQuill, by offering character sketch cards to any donor who gives more than $30 (Canadian). The Kickstater campaign lasts for another two weeks, so there's still time to get your very own Skeets!
Friday, October 26, 2012
Remember when Booster Gold was given some bad advice by his trusted sidekick and lent his endorsement to Akteon-Holt pharmaceutical company? (See here for details.) Yeah, this story isn't quite that bad. Maybe it's more like that time that Fire destroyed Booster's plan to sell swimsuit calendars (as seen in Justice League America #71).
For reasons beyond my control, Cellbloc Studios has withdrawn our Kickstarter campaign for Dungeon Wars. There are certainly no super villains involved, just a bunch of well-intentioned people who realized too late that they were moving in the wrong direction in relation to one another.
We do plan to re-tool the game and re-launch a fundraising campaign as soon as we can, probably after Christmas. (As you might expect, Christmastime is a bad time of year to ask for donations for a start-up video game company.) We do have other plans and unexplored opportunities and hope to emerge from this situation stronger than before.
I would like to offer a hearty thank you to anyone who donated or had considered donating to the aborted Kickstarter campaign for Dungeon Wars. I hope that you will consider joining us when we relaunch our project in the future.
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