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Monday, August 7, 2017
The Internet is just like the rest of the world. Some of it is good, and some of it is bad. And some of it is Boosterrific!
I accidentally stumbled across this sketch on Instagram while researching cosplay pics. Of course, I'm keen on any Booster Gold sketch that includes the high collar, but I'm even more taken with the bird on his shoulder!
Why does Booster have a bird? What kind of bird is it? Parrot? Raven? Eagle? Why is it dressed in it's own costume? Is it a robot? Is it a new look for Skeets? Inquiring minds want to know!
Forget politics and pictures of cats playing pianos. More Booster Gold's robotic pets, please, Internet.
Tuesday, June 29, 2010
Americans love dogs. According to the American Veterinary Medical Association, dogs are the most popular pet in America. More households have dogs than cats. (However, there are more cats in American households than dogs, proving that "Crazy Cat Lady" isn't a stereotype, it's a statistical fact.)
It's no coincidence that in DC comics books, the big name heroes have dogs. Both Batman and Superman have dogs. Meanwhile, the women, like Supergirl and Powergirl, have cats. It is pretty clear that if Booster Gold is to step up into the big leagues, he'll need to trade in Jack and Jill (his pair of house cats) for some sort of dog.
What sort of dog best suits Booster Gold? A flashy German Shepherd? An energetic Jack Russell? A powerful Great Dane? The ever-popular mutt? Whatever the case, get to your local animal shelter, Booster! Your enduring popularity depends on it!
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