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Friday, May 24, 2013

Happy 87th Birthday to Carmine Infantino

Carmine Infantino was a key figure in the Silver Age of DC Comics, both as an artist and later serving as DC Comic's editorial director and publisher. Infantino died earlier this year, and I thought it would be appropriate to celebrate his birthday by showing the only time Infantino ever drew Booster Gold in a DC publication: 1986's Who's Who: The Definitive Directory of the DC Universe Volume XXI.

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Starting in 1959, Infantino drew many of Garnder Fox's Space Museum stories in Strange Adventures a quarter century before Booster Gold would steal the museum's treasures (and Skeets!) to start a career as a time-traveling crime fighter.

If you think about it, even though Infantino drew Booster Gold only once in his professional career as an illustrator, there wouldn't have been a Booster Gold without the work of Carmine Infantino. Thank you and Happy 87th Birthday, Mr. Infantino.

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Tuesday, May 4, 2010

CBR Visits the Space Musuem

ComicBookResources.com's prolific Brian Cronin (probably best known for his illuminating and long-running Comic Book Legends Revealed series) published an article on the Space Museum yesterday. (Find it here.) It's completely worth a look if you're interested in the future history of the Booster Gold's origin.

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