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Wednesday, May 13, 2015
Back in February, Justice League International writer Ron Marz told Russ Burlingame that "I think we'll find a way to sneak [Booster Gold] in."
Booster wasn't in issue #1, so here's hoping he's in today's Convergence Justice League International #2. Skeets sure hopes so.
UPDATE 2015-05-13: Booster Gold is definitely in this issue. Kinda. Just buy it and see for yourself. (Thanks, Ron Marz!)
Monday, February 16, 2015
While we can continue to debate what sort of "pivotal" role Booster Gold might be playing in Convergence, it certainly looks like we should expect to see him show up in Convergence: Justice League International.
Friday, Russ Burlingame put the question to Ron Marz (Mr. Pivotal himself) answered:
Burlingame: [I]s the fact that we already have a minimum of two Boosters running around being Time Masters limiting to what you can do with him [in Convergence Justice League International]?
Marz: Booster's dance card is pretty full in Convergence, but I think we'll find a way to sneak him in there. Everybody wants a Booster and Beetle moment.
We sure do! And it looks like we're going to get what we want!
You can find the whole conversation at ComicBook.com. (Thanks, Russ!)
Thursday, February 12, 2015
The fans have spoken! You like to see Booster Gold realizing his true potential. (Everybody enjoys a success story.)
Last week's poll question: Which is the quintessential incarnation of Booster Gold? (61 votes)
Yesterday, Convergence: Justice League International writer Ron Marz told Newsarama's Vaneta Rogers that Booster would be playing "a pivotal role in Convergence as a whole." What do you think that means? (You can read the whole Marz interview at Newsarama.com.)
Wednesday, November 19, 2014
Blastr.com has some of the solicitations for the second wave of Convergence minis, and it looks like there's at least one that will include Booster Gold:
JUSTICE LEAGUE INTERNATIONAL
(Writer: Ron Marz; Artist: Mike Manley, with color by Sotocolor)
The levity of the JLI team collides with the severity of the world of Kingdom Come.
I didn't include the pic from the solicitation — you can see it at Blastr.com — specifically because it doesn't include Booster Gold. For that matter, neither does the solicitation text. But DC can't revisit the JLI without including Booster Gold, can they?
For those of you too young to remember, Ron Marz never actually wrote a single issue of Justice League International. Most of us know Marz as the man who turned Green Lantern Hal Jordan into the villain Parallax and introduced his replacement, Kyle Rayner. It should be interesting to see Marz's take on the signature stylings of Keith Giffen and J.M. DeMatteis.
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