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Monday, November 28, 2016
Over the weekend, Mr. Chaos announced the end of his CW-inspired Booster Gold television show fan fiction. It wasn't canceled for low ratings, but because of a writers' strike (of sorts).
As a writer myself, I know how hard it can be to write long form fiction. I want to thank Chaos for his attempt at giving Booster Gold fans a product that television has, so far, denied us. Give yourself a hand!
If you haven't read his attempt at an Arroverse Booster Gold television series, you can still find it in the Boosterrific Forum.
Monday, October 10, 2016
Mr. Chaos has posted the first episode of his Booster Gold CW-inspired fan fiction in the Boosterrific Forum.
Although Chaos has made several changes from canon in his adaptation, I think he's done a very good job of integrating Booster Gold into the style of the CW's "Arrowverse." If Greg Berlanti and Zack Stentz treat Booster Gold so well with their movie script, I think we would all be very satisfied.
Go read it and be your own judge.
Monday, March 21, 2011
Kevin Allen, known on the boards as "Mr. Chaos," has provided us with with a follow-up to his A Tiny Meeting cartoon (originally posted on February 1st) featuring his Tiny Time Masters:
Thanks again, Chaos!
Tuesday, February 1, 2011
As his way of apologizing for spoiling last Tuesday's "Gold Exchange" blog announcement with his own forum post, Mr. Chaos has provided the following cartoon for the Boosterrific Blog.
Heh. Thanks, Chaos. I'm sure that it is only a matter of time before we find this same encounter in the pages of Booster Gold.
Tuesday, January 25, 2011
If you didn't already notice Mr. Chaos' link in the forum (making this "Gold Exchange Tuesday" post somewhat redundant), Russ Burlingame has posted his latest "Gold Exchange" column at newsarama.com. In regards to questions about why Booster Gold #40 contained a re-telling of Booster's origin, writer J.M. DeMatteis is quoted:
"We were told this had to be a 'jump on' issue: That’s why we did the recap."
DeMatteis also admits that the discrepancies in Booster's origin in that issue were intentional. Whether you believe him or not is up to you. (I run a website devoted to chronicling the most minute details of Booster Gold's adventures, and it didn't bother me. But I don't expect that fact to carry much weight with anyone else.)
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