Booster Gold #10

Booster Gold #10

Writer: Geoff Johns, Jeff Katz Artist: Dan Jurgens Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: June 11, 2008 Critic Reviews: 4
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  • 10
    The Weekly Crisis - Kirk Warren Jun 12, 2008

    It seemed like more happened in this issue than the last four or five issues combined. It had action, comedy, major reveals and was just a joy to read. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Erik Norris Jun 12, 2008

    So the final question is why did I give this issue just a 4 if I spent the last four paragraphs raving like a mad man about it? Well firstly, as a reviewer I have to check my fanboy-isms at the door when writing. I have to judge from the outside looking in and for Booster Gold #10, being on the outside looking in isnt quite a nice place. While the issue is one extended fight sequence which isnt hard to follow, the emotional impact of a lot of the reveals bring the book full circle with the happenings of DCs first weekly from two years ago, 52, and even Countdown to Infinite Crisis from three years prior. If you havent read those stories, then the awesome reveal of the mastermind villain wont hit too hard, or have much meaning besides being hilarious. While the issue provides a one panel recap of the happenings from 52 to bring readers up to speed, it just doesnt cut it when trying to take this three year in the making epic all in. For that reason, and that reason alone, I nicke Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Book Revolution - Rokk Krinn Jun 16, 2008

    Booster Gold #10 was a wild ride that made for an extremely entertaining read. I think that most fans will love this issue. Booster Gold #10 has action, adventure, stunning plot twists and an ending that is sure to spark a serious debate between readers. You cannot ask much more than that from a comic book. Read Full Review

  • 7.5
    IGN - Dan Phillips Jun 11, 2008

    Once again, this series provides all the thrills we've come to expect from this title. Johns and Katz have fun playing with elements of DC's long history (this time, the JLI team dynamic and certain 52 threads), dish out some amusing one-liners, infuse some great character interaction into the mix and generally craft an exciting and well told superhero adventure. Also once again, I'd be remiss if I didn't mention the artwork of Dan Jurgens, who is seriously outdoing an entire career's worth of impressive artwork with this series. I know Johns and Katz are on the way out with next month's One Million issue, but I sincerely hope Jurgens sticks around to draw the character he created two decades ago. Read Full Review

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