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It has been 67 Days since Booster Gold last appeared in a DCnU comic book.
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Wednesday, February 15, 2012
Earlier this week, DC released a pic of Power Girl's DCnU costume. (Summary: impractical boob-window closed = good; solid white leotard with nearly a dozen prominent seams = bad.) To make way for its latest fashion nightmare, DC will release the collected final eight issues of PG's previous series today in Power Girl: Old Friends.
Many of the issues in this collection tied into events in Justice League: Generation Lost. As a result, Booster Gold appeared in Power Girl #19, #20, and #21. That -- and the knowledge that this is the last you'll see of PG's décolletage for the foreseeable future -- should be all the reason you need to pick up this collection.
And for you completists out there -- because let's face it, if you are buying a Power Girl collection for Booster Gold appearances, you are probably buying everything with a Booster Gold appearance in it -- note that Booster Gold makes a cameo appearance in today's DC Universe Online Legends #23. This appearance is out of continuity, but what is continuity these days, anyway?
Consider buying one or more of these issues and make out-of-continuity Skeets happy.
Wednesday, February 23, 2011
Justice League: Generation Lost #20 and the related Power Girl #21 are scheduled to hit stands today. With only two months left in this story, it's about time we learn what Maxwell Lord's master plan is and how many other heroes Power Girl can get to join Booster Gold's latest team. Buy them both and make Skeets happy.
Wednesday, January 19, 2011
Justice League International Volume 5, collecting Justice League International Annual #2 and #3 plus early issues of the JLE, is scheduled for release today. There's definitely some Booster Gold in that. And I'm not making any promises, but it seems very likely that Booster will at least get a mention in Power Girl #20, the events of which take place between Justice League: Generation Lost issues #16 and #17.
And if that's not enough to tide you over until the next Booster Gold release, be aware that I've combined and updated the house advertisements/psa page to try to make them more user friendly. The ads are now easier to find, presented on one page for your browsing enjoyment. Boosterrific.com is always working to serve you better!
Wednesday, December 22, 2010
Justice League: Generation Lost #16 is scheduled to hit stands today. You may want to take an extra $2.99 to the comic shop this week, as Booster Gold appears on the solicited cover for Power Girl #19 as well. Buy them both and give Skeets a Merry Christmas.
UPDATE: Booster also makes an appearance in DC Universe: Legacies #8. It's a very Booster Gold Christmas!
Thursday, August 12, 2010
Comicsbeat.com just ran an article ("DC Comics Month-to-Month Sales: June 2010") by Marc Oliver-Frisch looking at sales trends across all DC Comics titles. As I was reading over it, I noticed that although Booster Gold is already on the below-average side of the sales bell-curve and trending downward, DC's recent cancellation threshold appears to be much lower than I had previously predicted. Instead of 10,000 copies per month, the threshold lately looks more like it may be as low as 7,000 copies per month. That's probably terrible for the state of the industry, but great news for Booster Gold. That gives the title even more time to turn it around, especially as it is still selling pretty constantly around 20,000 copies per month, roughly equal to the other second-tier heroes titles such as The Outsiders, Power Girl, and Secret Six. That's not such bad company, really.
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