There was so much time travel going on, I think it caused the story to be a bit jumpy, forcing readers to readjust themselves to what is going on, and pulling them out of the issue a couple of times. The art is great, and I love seeing a future where starfish have taken over everything. I also like seeing Mr. Freeze go from confusion to jubilation when the Magic Hand makes its return appearance. Overall, a good arc, something that could serve as a series conclusion if need be, and continues to present Booster as the greatest hero the world has never known. I'm giving Booster Gold #14 4 Stars out of 5. Read Full Review
This two-issue filler from Remender helped pad the schedule a bit (ironic for a time-travelling hero, no?) for Jurgens' re-debut next issue while also throwing some new toys into the Booster Gold sandbox. Hopefully Jurgens gets a chance to play with those toys. If not, Remender is welcome back to provide Dan with a breather, just as long as Oliffe and Ordway tag along. Read Full Review
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