If there's one complaint about this issue, it's that it feels a little by-the-numbers compared to some of the insanity and high tension we've seen so far, but an average issue of Booster Gold is still better than a lot of the material on the stands these days. Read Full Review
Remender and Olliffe have one more issue to wrap up this bland Starro two-parter, and if this series is going to survive under Dan Jurgens it has to become more than just a time anomaly-of-the-month kind of series. It needs to have a real story, with real stakes, even if those stakes are at a cosmic, temporal level. Even though "Booster Gold" is about the infinite possibilities of time, it feels too small, too insular, and too pointless. Read Full Review
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