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It has been 75 Days since Booster Gold last appeared in a DCnU comic book.
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Monday, December 11, 2017
Nicole Drum reports that Arrow showrunner Marc Guggenheim told attendees of this weekend's ACE Comic Con Long Island that Blue Beetle and Booster Gold could be coming to his show.
"I will say, both those characters [Booster Gold and Blue Beetle] are characters we've talked about," Guggenheim said. "Originally Ray Palmer, who was introduced on Arrow, he was supposed to be Ted Kord and we went another way. So, you know, Booster and Blue Beetle, all the 'B' characters really, we're always talking about but nothing I can announce or speak to at the moment."
Hm. That doesn't sound very encouraging to me. However, it's not a "no," so maybe there is still a chance.
Drum goes on to speculate what exactly this comment could mean for the Arrowverse at ComicBook.com.
Wednesday, October 10, 2012
Since you're reading this post on a website devoted to the greatest hero in the history of whichever DC Universe you prefer, you are interested in the Booster Gold series in development by the SyFy network. There has been precious little information about that show so far, but that's because the producers have been busy with a show based on a different colorful DC hero: Green Arrow.
Arrow debuts tonight on The CW, and it may provide the best clues to what producers Marc Guggenheim and Andrew Kreisberg have in mind for Booster Gold. If the title is any indication, we know that SyFy's show will probably be called just Booster. For any more hints, we'll have to watch The CW tonight at 8:00 PM EST.
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