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by Jeff Katz,Dan Jurgens,Geoff Johns

Category: Literature and Fiction
Subcategory: Teenagers
Author: Jeff Katz,Dan Jurgens,Geoff Johns
ISBN: 140121956X
ISBN13: 978-1401219567
Language: English
Publisher: DC Comics (November 11, 2008)
Pages: 160
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Which brings us to BOOSTER GOLD Vol. 2: BLUE AND GOLD, which collects issues 7-10 and 1000000, and treats us. .Excellent action hand crafted by master story tell Geoff Johns. This books keeps the pace moving well with succinct story beats

Which brings us to BOOSTER GOLD Vol. 2: BLUE AND GOLD, which collects issues 7-10 and 1000000, and treats us to more time-traveling shenanigans by Booster and chums. It soon dawns on Booster that averting Ted Kord's murder carries world-shattering implications. This books keeps the pace moving well with succinct story beats. Dan Jurgens art plays very well with the "Blue & Gold" Nostalgia. Simple classic comic art. I highly recommend this book to Booster Gold fans.

Booster Gold was an ongoing monthly DC Comics comic book series featuring the eponymous superhero Booster Gold, created by Dan Jurgens. This article is about the second Booster Gold series which began publication in October 2007. After twelve issues, co-writers Geoff Johns and Jeff Katz left the series, leaving Jurgens as the main writer and artist, along with Norm Rapmund as co-artist. With Keith Giffen and .

Booster Gold (Michael Jon Carter) is a fictional superhero appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics. Created by Dan Jurgens, the character first appeared in Booster Gold (February 1986) and has been a member of the Justice League. He is initially depicted as a glory-seeking showboat from the future, using knowledge of historical events and futuristic technology to stage high-publicity heroics.

Writer: Geoff Johns, Jeff Katz. Artist: Norm Rapmund. Publication date: October 2007 - October 2011

Writer: Geoff Johns, Jeff Katz. Publication date: October 2007 - October 2011.

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Geoff Johns continues to write a really good Booster story.

Booster Gold and Blue Beetle, Justice League members and longtime friends, have opened pand When disgraced future sports star Michael Carter discovered a time-travel device, he came to our time intent on becoming superhero Booster Gold - and making a fast buck! They were the duo who once bought an island and turned it into a casino - until it uprooted itself and swam away. Geoff Johns continues to write a really good Booster story.

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And while Johns also confirmed co-writer Jeff Katz will also be leaving Booster .

And while Johns also confirmed co-writer Jeff Katz will also be leaving Booster Gold following July’s issue he promised the title will live on. I think want us to finish our current arc before they announce who is coming on, explained Johns. Indeed, the solicitation for Booster Gold features Blue Beetle (Ted Kord), Batman, Green Lantern (Guy Gardner), Mister Miracle, Martian Manhunter and Doctor Light on the cover, JLI members all. Johns has high praise for his title’s art team of Dan Jurgens, who created Booster Gold in 1986, and inker/finisher Norm Rapmund.

Booster Gold and Blue Beetle (Ted Kord). HD Wallpaper and background photos of Booster & Gold for fans of Marvel Comics images. More Like A Justice League. Vintage advert of volkswagen beetle. com: Booster Gold: Blue and Gold SC (9781401220143): Geoff Johns, Jeff Katz, Dan Jurgens: Books.

Booster Gold, the time-traveling super-hero from tomorrow, knows that someone is exploiting the ravaged time stream in hopes of eliminating the world's greatest heroes and that he must do everything in his power stop them.
Comments to eBook Booster Gold: Blue and Gold
Sat
The second volume of Booster Gold's solo series sees Booster trying to cash in on his main goal from agreeing to help Rip Hunter: using time travel to prevent the murder of Ted Kord aka Blue Beetle II. With the help of time displaced Blue Beetles I, III, and a mysterious third Beetle from the future, Booster manages to save Ted from the events of Infinite Crisis and Maxwell Lord, but doing so does more harm than good with the butterfly effect. Now the pair find themselves stuck in a future where Maxwell Lord was never defeated and many heroes have been wiped out by the OMACs and Brother Eye. The book is a fun romp and worth checking out if for no other reason than to see Booster and Ted reunite the Justice League International some time before the awesome Justice League Generation Lost story (that one takes place after Blackest Night). However, the book does get a bit convoluted at times with all the time traveling shenanigans and it is sad to see Booster regress a bit in his great character development from the first book, refusing to accept that some moments in the past cannot be altered and that Ted's destiny remains set in stone. If nothing else, the book reminds you what a true hero Blue Beetle was, even if Booster suffers a bit for it.
Blackworm
After all this time, Michael Jon Carter a.k.a. Booster Gold remains a fun character to read about. From being the first major superhero introduced after the big DC Comics reboot in the '80s (Crisis on Infinite Earths), dude's gone thru some trying times, what with the deaths of his sister Goldstar and his best friend Blue Beetle, not to mention undergoing his own "death." But Geoff Johns and Jeff Katz manage to bring out the lighthearted essence of Booster. Remember that this 25th Century cat time-traveled to present-day Earth to become a publicity-seeking superhero, saving lives to gain fame and garner endorsement deals. Booster Gold's original series run - created, written, and illustrated by Dan Jurgens - worked as a blithe deconstruction of the superhero mythos. Booster Gold was fun, even before he joined the JLI.

And now, years later, he's back in his own series. After his featured role on 52, Booster Gold was raring to step back in the limelight, this time as a true hero. The Justice League had even offered him a spot on the roster. But his time-travelling pal Rip Hunter had shown up with dire friggin' news. Seems that their vanquishing of Mr. Mind had the fallout effect of weakening the temporal stream. Rip needed Booster to help him patrol the temporal stream and safeguard space and time. He needed Booster to become the greatest hero the world has never known. Because, to be truly effective, Booster had to perpetuate his rep as a glory-seeking buffoon. He even had to pass on the JLA invite. Booster agreed to go along with this, with the caveat that Rip help him go back to the past to prevent the murder of Blue Beetle. All this is in Booster Gold: - Volume One 52 Pick-Up, which also tells of how Rip Hunter reneged on his promise.

Doesn't matter, though as Ted Kord (my favorite JLI member) got saved, anyway, thanks in part to past and future reincarnations of the Blue Beetle. Which brings us to BOOSTER GOLD Vol. 2: BLUE AND GOLD, which collects issues #0, 7-10 and 1000000, and treats us to more time-traveling shenanigans by Booster and chums. It soon dawns on Booster that averting Ted Kord's murder carries world-shattering implications. Booster faces a new reality, in which Max Lord's plan was never unearthed and, so, the O.M.A.C. program was never thwarted (O.M.A.C.s are humans infected with a techno-virus, turning them into cyber-drones who target metahumans). With the O.M.A.C. army in global control and having taken out most of the metahumans, only a tiny resistance force still fights back, spearheaded by a squabbling Hawkman and Green Arrow.

BLUE AND GOLD also delves a bit more into Booster's origins and features the reunion of the Justice League International. The final issue in this trade propels Booster to the year One Million and has him tangling with Peter Platinum, a far-flung futuristic imitation of Booster. Meanwhile, the Time Stealers, a sinister group comprising several of DC's supervillain heavy hitters, continue to eff with past and future history.

I wonder how long this series can ride time travel as its ongoing plot device, before it suffers from Too Much of a Good Thing syndrome? So far, it's getting away with it. But there's already a sense of too much going on, of events being too hectic. Big gobs of kudos go to Geoff Johns and Jeff Katz for the effort and attention to detail they've put in to keep continuity on the up and up. When time travel's your shtick, that's a lot of back-checking and cheat sheets. BOOSTER GOLD certainly doesn't lack for guest stars, culled from the past, present, and future. As such, Booster and crew even tangle with Zero Hour's Parallax and Extant. Anthro and that anti-terrorist Wild Dog also pop in, as members of the resistance force. There continues to be movement with Booster's regular supporting cast (Rip Hunter, Daniel Carter, Rose Levin and Supernova), but prep yourself for two humongous revelations. Oh, and Skeets keeps on doing his faithful sidekick droid thing.

Dan Jurgens currently handles the artwork, and his stuff is very nice. Johns and Katz don't necessarily drown their pages in goofball banter, so if you're hankering for relentless Blue & Gold dialogue, you'll be let down. Still, their deep friendship manages to shine thru. Plenty of twists and furious superhero action and a bittersweet resolution (but we all see this coming, right?). And, in the It's Nice to be Appreciated Department, one superhero does get clued in as to what Booster's really up to.

With Johns and Katz leaving after issue #10, Dan Jurgens is slated to take over writing duties (after two-issue stints each by Chuck Dixon and Rick Remender). I'm crossing my fingers, praying that Jurgens doesn't produce another Zero Hour-type crudfest. I'm curious to see what plans Booster's creator has in store for the Greatest Hero the World Has Never Known. I'm also curious to see how much longer BOOSTER GOLD can hang on, what with the recent wholesale killing off of DC comic book titles (SHADOWPACT, BLUE BEETLE, BIRDS OF PREY, ROBIN, NIGHTWING, etc.). I only hope this series can keep on keeping on as, with the arrival of a character discarded long years ago and the feel-good ending of #10, I now find myself anticipating the new character dynamics. Welcome back, somebody!

In parting, for those wanting to check out the original series, DC's put out this mammoth, black & white trade: Showcase Presents: Booster Gold, Vol. 1.
Gralinda
Booster Gold: Blue and Gold is fantastic. This book spans the characters storied history up until his modern day exploits as the greatest hero time ever forgot.

Drawing on his classic past with the Blue Beetle and the Justice League: International, this books follow up on the threads left hanging in "52 Pick-Up". Time is unraveling at it's seams, spear-headed by Supernova!?! and his Time Stealers. Unable to cope with the loss if his greatest friend. Booster heads back in time to right an unfix-able wrong.

Excellent action hand crafted by master story tell Geoff Johns. This books keeps the pace moving well with succinct story beats. Dan Jurgens art plays very well with the "Blue & Gold" Nostalgia. Simple classic comic art.

I highly recommend this book to Booster Gold fans.
Dondallon
I love Booster Gold and I really wanted to enjoy this comic. Seeing Booster Gold and the Blue Beetle back together again should have been awesome, but it was just okay. For me, it missed the mark.
Malakelv
If you know anything about Blue Beatle and Booster Gold then you know this is the main story arch for the two. Its rare to find much about Blue Beetle so this is a prize of a find. Its good quality. Recieved it quickly.
Andronrad
Always great reading- I love this series
SlingFire
Good to see the Blue and Gold team together!
Great comic, great story, recommend to anyone wanting to discover other heroes DC comics other than the regular superman, batman.
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