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  Booster Gold - Don Markstein's Toonopedia
So Booster Gold, who was in it for the money, was quite an innovation when he debuted from DC Comics in 1986.
From the very beginning, Booster was firmly enmeshed in the DC Universe.
Booster continues to be seen from time to time, not just in comic books but also in action figures, cartoons, etc. Like Zatanna, The Creeper and many, many others, he's become part of the backdrop against which DC stories take place.
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 Booster Gold - DC Animated Universe
Booster Gold was a thrill-seeker of the 25th century, who traveled backwards in time to the 21st century to fight today's criminals as a superhero.
Booster Gold was determined to help out the scientist ― mainly to impress her ― and so he set off to place a gravity inhibitor collar on Dr. Brown.
Booster Gold was accompanied everywhere by Skeets, a talking curator droid from the Metropolis Space Museum of the 25th century.
dcanimated.wikia.com /wiki/Booster_Gold   (976 words)

  
 Booster Gold - Seriewikin
Booster Gold stannar i vår tid och startar ett eget företag där han skamlöst tjänar pengar på sina tjänster som superhjälte.
Booster Gold har en robotföljeslagare vid namn Skeets, vars kretsar användes av Batman för att bygga spionsatelliten Brother Eye, men som återuppbyggdes efter en resa in i framtiden.
I den årslånga serien "52" från 2006 tar sig Boosters egoism och girighet enorma proportioner, och han blir utskämd då det visar sig att han har fejkat strider med superskurkar för att framstå bättre i pressen.
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  Booster Gold
Booster Gold is a comic book superhero in the DC Comics universe.
Booster Gold was a key charachter in the early 90s revamp of the Justice League with writer J.M. Dematteis and penciller Kevin Maguire.
Booster Gold is frequently partnered with fellow former Justice League alumnus Blue Beetle; the pair were most recently seen in Formerly Known as the Justice League.
www.xasa.com /wiki/en/wikipedia/b/bo/booster_gold.html   (305 words)

  
 Booster Gold
Since Booster had done his homework, he was able to storm on to the heroing scene with a splash.
Booster was inducted into the Justice League by the mysterious Maxwell Lord just a few months before he went bankrupt.
For Booster, superheroing really is a business, and he'll use his powers and abilities to make a buck wherever and whenever possible; but he does have a genuine compassion for the innocent and downtrodden.
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 Welcome to BGI "The Thirteenth Floor" ACCESS GRANTED
Booster's abilities are by far not on par with those as superman, but his magnification factor is far greater than that of anything man made at the moment because his equipment comes from the future.
Booster Gold owns and runs a very large coop eration, almost equivalent to that of Lexcorp or Wayne Tech Industries, but wher e WayneTech might be sensible, Booster's Company has got its fingers in a lot of pies, and it often spreads itself thin.
Booster's contr ols are linked to both his goggled and he enjoys such special technological abil ities involve a TV transeiver linked to Boosters Goggles and a comlink which lin ks him with a fellow team member should he team up with someone.
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 Booster Gold - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Booster Gold is originally based in Metropolis, the home city of Superman.
Booster Gold is frequently partnered with fellow Justice League member Blue Beetle, and the two quickly become best friends.
Supernova, Skeets, and Clark Kent mourn the death of Booster Gold.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Booster_Gold   (2052 words)

  
 Booster Gold - Oracle Files   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Booster formed a corporation, Goldstar, which was designed to accumulate wealth and book him as a commercial spokesman for a variety of products.
Booster proved himself worthy when he played a vital role in defeating the Royal Flush Gang, and he subsequently joined the JLA.
Booster Gold is dedicated to rebuilding his fortune and former prominence.
www.unstable.com /oraclewiki/index.php?title=Booster_Gold   (967 words)

  
 Monitor Duty: Booster Gold: A Look Back   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The result was Booster Gold, introduced as America’s first “corporate superhero.” He was one of the good guys, and couldn’t be bought—but he certainly didn’t object if people wanted to pay for the stuff he was already doing.
Booster Gold was a very interesting book—influenced by the unusual titles that were making waves at the time (ads inside the issues advertised Watchmen, Dark Knight, the Giffen-DeMatteis Justice League and Batman: Year One), Jurgens tried to craft a character more fully realized than many of the fl-and-white, good-and-evil superheroes who dominated the Silver Age.
Booster, though greedy and self-absorbed, was also introspective and constantly working to learn his place in the universe.
www.monitorduty.com /mdarchives/2006/05/booster_gold_a.shtml   (840 words)

  
 Booster Gold
Booster, the Titans and Firehawk defeated the Clockwatchers, and after the fight Booster convinced Firehawk to come away with him and discuss the possibility of a partnership.
Beetle visited Booster in the hospital and broke the news that someone had disassembled Skeets and used one of his parts to make a tracking device that was planted on Beetle.
Booster was determined to help Beetle find out the identity of who was causing them problems, but when he rose from his hospital bed he collapsed.
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 Michael Jon Carter (New Earth) - DC Database
Booster Gold was a main player in the revamped Justice League International, run by Maxwell Lord, during the late 80's.
Booster teamed up with Ted Kord, the Blue Beetle, who quickly became a good friend, together causing some major trouble for the League, and drawing them into some of their funnier adventures, including setting up a casino on a living island.
Booster Gold is the first new character to be created for DC after the events of Crisis on Infinite Earths.
en.dcdatabaseproject.com /Booster_Gold_(Michael_Carter)   (2136 words)

  
 BOOSTERRIFIC!
The first Linear Man, charged with holding Booster Gold accountable for his crimes against time, will explain to Superman that he is responsible for seeing that no changes are made to the history that led to his own creation.
Of course, all the previous presumptions are thrown out the window when Booster Gold tries to alter his past by aiding a prominent figure from the 21st-century well before her prime.
Once Booster travels to the past, Skeets would recognize that Booster is in the past but have no knowledge of the fact that he once wasn't in the past.
www.boosterrific.com /booster/time.html   (1688 words)

  
 BOOSTERRIFIC! Booster Gold, Volume 1, #6
This metaphor has come to mean "passing a point of no return." In this particular issue, it refers to Booster's decision to flee from the future to the present, as time travel is an irreversible act at this point in the history of the DC Universe.
Booster's father was a compulsive gambler, and he abandoned the family when Booster was 4 years old.
Booster enrolled in Metropolis University, "specializing in Super-Heroes of the Twentieth Century." It is unclear if he graduates from his second university, though he is shown to specifically study Batman.
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 The Gold Exchange - Booster Gold #8
The result was Booster Gold, introduced as America’s first “corporate superhero.” He was one of the good guys, and couldn’t be bought—but he certainly didn’t object if people wanted to pay for the stuff he was already doing.
The fact that Booster still exists and is used regularly while other characters introduced at the time (Wild Dog, anyone?) vanished into obscurity is a testament to the fact that, despite its relatively short life, this title managed to do something right.
Booster, though greedy and self-absorbed, was also introspective and constantly working to learn his place in the universe.
www.comicrelated.com /commentary/goldexchange_080504.html   (573 words)

  
 NEWSARAMA.COM: THE DAILY PLANET: REMEMBERING BOOSTER GOLD
Reports are still sketchy, but it appears that Gold was exposed to a lethal dose of radiation after lifting the unidentified nuclear sub that was carried in on the back of what appeared to be a mutated nudibranch in midtown earlier today.
Though many expressed hope when first seeing Gold's body in the new hero's arms, it could quickly be seen that while Gold's body was protected by his uniform, his head was grievously injured, apparently burned to the bone in the explosion.
Blue Beetle and Booster Gold became one of the most beloved partnerships in super-heroics; though the rest of the League weren't always enamored of their antics, the public found in quite refreshing that there were heroes out there who would make jokes, and sometimes, very human mistakes.
www.newsarama.com /dcnew/WAcker/Booster/BoosterObit.html   (2049 words)

  
 Booster Gold
Booster Gold was a key character in the late '80s/early '90s revamp of the Justice League under writers Keith Giffen and J.
It's uncertain whether this Booster is the one last seen in The OMAC Project or one from prior in time, but he is a fugitive from the 25th century, having hijacked historical records for some lifesaving purpose.
Booster's later costumes have used many different technologies to grant him his powers, but the powers themselves have remained basically the same despite changes to the source.
www.sfcrowsnest.com /scifinder/a/Booster_gold.php   (1450 words)

  
 The Comic Treadmill: Booster Gold 1-9 (1986)
Booster’s attempts to measure up to Man of Steel standards was an inevitable story in a a series set in Metropolis and one in which Jurgens wasted no time diving into in the next two issues.
Booster Gold 8-9 was another two-parter, this one taking advantage of the time travel aspect of the series as well as comparing Booster’s heroism with that of other established DC heroes, the Legion of Super-Heroes, specifically Brainiac 5, Chamelon Boy and Ultra Boy.
Booster kinda has that Quarterback look about him, and the advances in training and whatnot that presumably the future would bring, 6-5 and 220 would be just fine, especially if he had enhanced muscle mass and endurance.
www.comictreadmill.com /CTMBlogarchives/2005/2005_Individual/2005_06/000830.php   (2241 words)

  
 : RevolutionSF - Comics of 1986 #34: Booster Gold : Feature
Booster Gold was unique in that his first appearance revealed a superhero cashing in on his fame.
Booster Gold was an interesting, new kind of character with a mysterious background, but once that all wore off his stories just didn't stand out as a must-buy monthly read.
Yet all these years later, Booster Gold is still a major figure in the DCU, perhaps it is due to his partnership with Blue Beetle and his hilarious days in the Justice League.
www.revolutionsf.com /print.php3?id=3278   (869 words)

  
 The Gold Exchange - Booster Gold #9
Since The Gold Exchange didn't start running until after the conclusion of Booster Gold's first arc, Comic Related took the occasion of the 52 Pick-Up hardcover edition's release to sit down with Dan Jurgens, Booster Gold's creator and the series penciller.
ComicRelated: I went into the first issue of the All-New Booster Gold with seriously high expectations--after 52, and with Dan's involvement, it had to be something special not to disappoint...and I believe I told Dan later that it was the best #1 issue from DC in years.
CR: It's interesting that Booster was the only one coming out of 52 to know about the existence of the Multiverse, but that at this point--almost a year later--Booster hasn't left New Earth (that we know of) and now it's no longer unique to him.
www.comicrelated.com /commentary/goldexchange_080607.html   (1514 words)

  
 OAFE - DC Direct ''52'' Booster Gold review
Booster was created by writer/artist Dan Jurgens, but really gained popularity in Keith Giffen and JM DeMatteis' Justice League International, where he was paired with Blue Beetle and turned into a bumbling goof.
Booster was never a big bulky guy, but he wasn't thin like the Flash, either.
Booster Gold also swiped a BX9 security robot from the museum where he worked.
www.oafe.net /yo/dcd52bg.php   (836 words)

  
 Booster Gold
His original battle suit from the future destroyed when Booster Gold fought Doomsday, he now wears one created by Blue Beetle that is the first suit's equal in many ways.
Booster's battlesuit also has a formidable offensive capability, including its high-powered energy blasts fired from the gauntlets and the specialized "Midas Mode," which increases the suit's performance tenfold.
Booster's former robot companion, Skeets, has been incorporated into the new battlesuit, where he still serves as Booster's advisor and confidant.
galileo.spaceports.com /~xsufiru/databank/BoosterGold/index.htm   (277 words)

  
 Booster Gold - Uncyclopedia, the content-free encyclopedia
An important part of Booster Gold's identity is that he once genetically altered a clone of himself, resulting in Goldmember.
Booster Gold travelled back in time to 1986 to live with his one true love Wonder Woman.
Booster realized he would be alone forever, so he bulit a female love slave to obey him.
uncyclopedia.org /wiki/Booster_Gold   (717 words)

  
 Booster Gold #3 - 52 Pick-Up, Chapter 3: Hexed (comic book issue) - comicvine.com
Rip, and Booster hop into the time sphere and go after Super Nova,they look at the Superman's death certificate and discover that someone altered his birth parents time line, so that Lionel Luthor would find Kal's ship in Smallville, and that Lex would kill Kal when he found out he was Superman.
Booster asks Rip how he can stop this form happening Rip tells him the only way is to talk to who Supernova's talked to.
Booster Gold the greatest hero you've never heard of (or at least that's what the slogan says) visits Jonah Hex and well they have a talk and drink a lot....and well that's almost what this issue is all about
www.comicvine.com /booster-gold-52-pick-up-chapter-3-hexed/37-115437   (568 words)

  
 Hero Realm!
Booster’s been traveling through time with his buddy Rip Hunter, trying to save super-heroes from being erased from time before they are created.
Gold’s security droid from the 25th century called Skeets, who does nothing but crack as much wise as a flying robot the size of a laptop can.
Jurgens created Booster Gold in the first place, and you can tell he cares about this character in the way Booster is lovingly drawn.
www.herorealm.com /Reviews/boostergold_4.html   (406 words)

  
 The religion of Booster Gold (Michael Jon Carter)
Booster Gold can be entertaining and he is typically used for comic relief, but he strikes most readers and colleagues as a rather shallow and self-serving individual.
Booster Gold was thrust to the forefront of the DC Universe when he became one of the stars of the year-long weekly 52 series that began in the summer of 2006.
It is entirely possible that Booster Gold has not truly thought about religious, philosophical and ethical issues enough to qualify as an "atheist," "agnostic" or much of anything else.
www.adherents.com /lit/comics/BoosterGold.html   (1352 words)

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