Welcome to Recon:Vergence, a weekly look at what’s going on throughout DC’s new reality-smooshing event storyline, Convergence.
Every week until the end of the event, every comic DC publishes will be a part of this giant storyline – and it’s a little confusing, especially for new readers. To help out, we’re going to provide a timeline of events, let you know which Universes are still in the fight, and try and keep everything on track.
Created by Dan Jurgens in his self-titled series in 1986, Booster Gold is one of the most quintessentially 80s superheroes, dressed in garish gold, and obsessed with his own image and celebrity. He came from the future, but he belongs to the MTV generation. And as a time-traveler himself, he has a typically convoluted backstory involving a dead sister, alternate versions of himself, and the usual confusion of crises.
That backstory is only going to get more complicated when Booster Gold is thrown into the mix of DC's Convergence event. Thankfully DC has decided to help readers out with a two-page guide to Booster's backstory, which they've asked us to share exclusively with you.
Costume design is one of the great strengths of the superhero genre, a way to establish distinctive visual shorthand for a character and reveal key details about concept, purpose, and personality. But which is the best superhero costume of all time? This month, we're asking you to decide, by voting up your favorites and voting down the rest. When we have your votes, we'll compile a list of the greatest super-costumes of all time.
This week we're looking at some quintessential costume designs decade-by-decade. Today it's five costumes from the 1980s, the decade that style forgot. But it wasn't all disco collars all the time; the era produced some great costumes as well. And maybe some of them even had disco collars. Right? Right?
A new year means new action figures, busts and statues from DC Collectibles, although official solicitation listings indicate the company will kick off 2013 with a relatively conservative amount of merchandise. In January DCC will roll out a new Death statue, a Frank Miller-style Superman statue, a Boost
Things have been quiet on the Booster Gold front for some time, outside of the character's appearances in DC's Justice League International series, but that doesn't mean that the time-traveling superhero isn't still moving towards world domination; the writer of the CW's upcoming Arrow series is about to hand in his script for the pilot of Syfy's television incarnation of the character.Talking to fan sit
DC Comics' most shameless superhero could be getting his own hour-long drama on SyFy. According to The Hollywood Reporter, SyFy has ordered a pilot script for a potential Booster Gold series, which will be written by Fringe and Warehouse 13 co-executive producer Andrew Kreisberg. The project is reportedly being helmed by Berlanti Productions and Warner Horizon Television, with founder Greg Berlanti (G
DC Comics kicked off Saturday at New York Comic Con with a discussion of all of the publisher's Justice League titles. Topics included the future of Captain Marvel, the new take on Darkseid, Ann Nocenti's status as a "token female" and Wonder Woman's new parentage. The panel featured Senior Vice President of Sales Bob Wayne, Chief Creative Officer and popular writer Geoff Johns (Justice League, Aquaman), Co-Publis
Love it or hate it, the Smallville TV show has been one of the most popular mass media adaptations of a comic, reaching millions of viewers each week with stories of what Clark Kent's life was like before he became Superman. Now, we're marking its p
The moment Jaime Reyes fans have been waiting for has arrived -- and there's a Booster Gold bonus. On April 22's Geoff Johns-penned "Booster" episode of Smallville, Booster Gold (Eric Martsolf) and Blue Beetle (Jaren Brandt Bartlett) make their small screen debut, and TV Guide has your first look at the duo in costume.DC Comics unveiled a Blue Beetle video teaser back in July, along with
If you've been paying any attention to the Internet over the past few days, then you've probably gotten wind of the Earth-shattering news broken by Irish filmmaker George Clarke, who discovered the shocking footage of what he believes to be a time traveler at the 1928 premiere of Charlie Chaplin's The Circus, handily identified by the fact that she's chatting away on a cell phone.
Sure, the so-called "experts" may have allegedly "debunked" the time travel theory by explaining it's actually an old-style hearing aid, but that just means that this conspiracy goes deeper than anyone imagined. We here at ComicsAlliance have been trained by years of super-hero stories to keep an open mind about this sort of thing, so we went back through our own copies of Chaplin's features to see if there was any other evidence for time travel. And we didn't just discover one more, we found that there was undeniable proof of at least ten more time travelers in Chaplin's films!
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