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BOOSTER GOLD #22 (Sep 2009)

cover: Dan Jurgens
BOOSTER GOLD #22
Sep 2009
$3.99
DC Comics (www.dccomics.com)

Comic Book (22 pages)

NOTE: George Perez has no part in this book.  It reference NEW TEEN TITANS #2 (Dec 1980)

From dccomics.com

Written by Keith Giffen; co-feature written by Matthew Sturges; Art by Dan Jurgens and Norm Rapmund; co-feature Art by Mike Norton; Cover by Dan Jurgens and Norm Rapmund

"Day of Death" part 2! Booster Gold travels back in time to prevent the Black Beetle from killing the New Titans, but who will save Booster Gold from the Black Beetle — and what role will Deathstroke play?

And in the all-new Blue Beetle co-feature, Jaime must battle a flying robot army from destroying all of the people in El Paso!
  • DC Universe
  • 40pg.
  • Color
  • $3.99 US

On Sale July 8, 2009


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    BOOSTER GOLD #22 (Sep 2009)
     

    Dan Jurgens Wanted to Reprint Teen Titans #2 in latest Booster Gold

    posted 17 minutes agoJul 11, 2009 10:24 AM by vu sleeper

    From blog.newsarama.com


    BOOSTER GOLD #22 (Sep 2009)

    NEW TEEN TITANS #2 (Dec 1980)
    Gold Exchange Q&A: Booster Gold #22
    July 11th, 2009 Author Russ Burlingame

    With Batman dead—ahem, that is, with the OTHER Batman dead, you know, the new one, the one who wasn’t dead already, not that the old one is ACTUALLY dead but nobody knows that and…anyway, with Batman dead—Booster Gold was charged this month with the unenviable task of traveling back in time and facing off against Slade “Terminator” Wilson, stepping into the pages of Teen Titans #2 by Marv Wolfman and George Perez.

    (excerpt)

    BLOG@: Is it just me, or is Black Beetle really shortsighted? He doesn’t think of SKEETS? I mean, he’s been involved in EVERY story Black Beetle has!…Unless of course we find out Black Beetle is someone else, but still: how do you forget Skeets when you’re “dampening” powers?

    Dan Jurgens: If you go back and look at the original Titans story, and I tried to indicate this through the dialogue of the scene, the power dampeners belonged to Deathstroke. At that particular point of the story, he wants the action to move ahead to Gar’s pool in order to cultivate the time change he wanted.

    I had suggested they reprint Teen Titans #2 as a backup instead of running the Blue Beetle that month but it didn’t fly, so you’ll have to go look it up!


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