Booster Gold #8

Writer: Geoff Johns, Jeff Katz Artist: Dan Jurgens, Norm Rapmund Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: April 9, 2008 Critic Reviews: 4
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Booster and Beetle come face-to-face with the all-new, all-different Freedom Fighters as time continues to crash down around them. Can a makeshift super-team really stop Maxwell Lord and his O.M.A.C.s? "Blue and Gold" part 3.

  • 8.5
    IGN - Dan Phillips Apr 9, 2008

    What can I say? Booster Gold has grown into an excellent superhero series that no fan of the genre or DC can afford to miss. With Johns and Katz firing on all cylinders and Dan Jurgens providing the crisp, clear and iconic artwork he's known for, this series is almost a sure bet to entertain month in and month out. And from the looks of it, things are only going to get better, crazier and funnier from here. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Book Revolution - Rokk Krinn Apr 12, 2008

    Booster Gold #8 is another fine issue. Johns and Katz continue to make this title one of the best reads on the market. Booster Gold is a balanced title that should certainly appeal to fans who desire action adventure themed stories as well as readers who enjoy stories with strong dialogue and plenty of character work. Booster Gold also manages to walk that fine line of delving into the rich history of the DCU that will delight long time readers, but still remains new reader friendly. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comics Bulletin - Jon Judy Apr 14, 2008

    This comic book is entertaining enough judged in a vacuum, but nothing exists in a vacuum. This is not the way Green Arrow, Hawkman and Ted Kord would behave, and the readers are about to be either pandered to or put upon. Sadly, Ill be back next month, and until the bitter end of this series, to find out which it will be. And to kvetch about it some more. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    The Weekly Crisis - Kirk Warren Apr 9, 2008

    Now, I'm not saying I didn't enjoy this issue or the previous ones, but it just doesn't feel like any of this matters and you could skip the previous couple of issues and you wouldn't have missed a beat. Still a good book, but a far cry from the comedy goldmine the earlier issues were. I blame the severe lack of Skeets. Read Full Review

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