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Monday, April 3, 2017
Last week was a busy one here at Boosterrific.com. In addition to the Booster Gold/The Flintstones Special, I also made these additions to the site:
1. The house advertisements section has been updated to include the two-page Hanna-Barbera ads that appeared in DC books for the last two weeks in March.
2. Patrick Stump and Allan Ross gave us a full cover scan for the 2007 Adventures with the DC Super Heroes Geppi's Entertainment Museum variant that shows Booster Gold on the back cover.
3. The Blot sent this image of the Booster Gold Thomas & Friends toy as seen for sale at his local Wal-Mart to prove that this bizarre thing is now available for purchase.
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Friday, February 17, 2017
Hold on to your cabooses, Booster boosters, but there's about to be a Booster Gold-themed toy train.
That's the Thomas the Tank Engine character Dash dressed as Booster Gold, and he's just one of many new character mash-ups coming soon to a retailer near you, according to Matthew Mueller at ComicBook.com
If you've got a young child, you might already be familiar with the Thomas & Friends Minis line of toys by Fisher-Price. There have been DC Comics variants of these toys for a couple of years, but Booster Gold is a new twist.
(I have only one complaint about this development. In TtTE mythology, Dash has a twin brother named Bash. So why isn't there a Blue Beetle-themed Bash to go with my Booster Gold Dash, Fisher-Price? #MissedOpportunity)
Either April Fool's Day has come early this year, or you'll be able to buy "Dash as Booster Gold" later this month.
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