It’s Booster vs. Doomsday in the latest installment of Booster Gold.  DC Comics released a sneak peek of the issue that arrives in stores this week.

BOOSTER GOLD #46
Written by DAN JURGENS
Art and cover by DAN JURGENS and NORM RAPMUND
FLASH QUESTION: Will Booster be able to stop Doomsday and help The Flash – or has his time come to an end?

via The Source

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2 Comments

  1. brenton8090
    July 12, 2011 at 5:07 pm — Reply

    Okay. So they went REALLY far out of the way to let us know that FLASHPOINT was NOT an alternate Earth, NOT an alternate timeline, NOT an alternate universe, but happening right HERE, right NOW! This is REAL! This COUNTS!

    So why are all DC’s other books (besides this one) still in their normal universe and unaffected by Flashpoint? I think that’s the way it should be, I don’t want Flashpoint effin’ up my Green Lantern stuff (more than Gl is already effed up) and letting me buy into Flashpoint IF I WANT TO is a great way to go… but why go so far out of your way to tell me that it’s the REAL mainstream DC universe, if the real DCU is still there, unaffected? I’m confused. You can’t have it both ways. You can’t keep telling me how it’s NOT any alternate universe or timeline, but at the same time, all your books are unaffected. Pick one and go with it.

  2. Oldcomicfan
    July 12, 2011 at 8:11 pm — Reply

    How is this any different than “Crisis on Infinite Earths” where “universe changing events” were taking place in the mini-series, with characters being killed off, costumes being changed, Golden age versions taking the place of the dead characters, etc. except not because in the main books the old characters are still in their old settings, with their old costumes and nobody is dead, and within six months different editors and writers are changing things back to the way they were before? How is this different than “Secret Wars” where “universe changing events” were taking place in the mini-series, with characters being killed off, costumes being changed, Golden age versions taking the place of the dead characters, etc. except not because in the main books the old characters are still in their old settings, with their old costumes and nobody is dead, and within six months different editors and writers are changing things back to the way they were before? How is this different than “Ultimatum” where “universe changing events” were taking place in the mini-series, with characters being killed off, costumes being changed, Golden age versions taking the place of the dead characters, etc. except not because in the main books the old characters are still in their old settings, with their old costumes and nobody is dead, and within six months different editors and writers are changing things back to the way they were before? How is this different than Superman dying, Batman getting his back broken, Batman being killed by Darkseid, Spiderman being married but not, Spiderman being killed but not, every hero in the universe losing their powers or being killed or not where “universe changing events” were taking place in the mini-series, with characters being killed off, costumes being changed, Golden age versions taking the place of the dead characters, etc. except not because in the main books the old characters are still in their old settings, with their old costumes and nobody is dead, and within six months different editors and writers are changing things back to the way they were before? You get the picture. Stop buying this crap, people, and they’ll stop printing them eventually.

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