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Cover Description: Rip Hunter spars with Claw amidst tentacles. (No Booster Gold.) This is the second Booster Gold comic book in a month to feature tentacles on the cover (see Booster Gold Vol. 2, #35).
Brief Synopsis: Supernova investigates the destruction of Vanishing Point.
Costume Worn: Supernova power-suit
Issue Notes: This mini-series loosely ties-into the "Search for Bruce Wayne" storyline.
Reprints: This mini-series has been collected in Time Masters: Vanishing Point.
Page 19, panel 6
SCHOOL'S IN: Michelle Carter shows Rip Hunter's chalkboard to Supernova. While Michelle believes that Supernova is her ancestor Daniel Carter, his evasive responses to her questions seem to imply that this may not be the case. The Supernova costume was designed to disguise the wearer's identity, and here it seems to be doing a great job.
Boosterrific Review: This issue is much superior to the previous issue. This is largely in thanks to the fact that it is further divorced from Batman: The Return of Bruce Wayne. Because Dan Jurgens no longer needs to connect so strongly to Grant Morrison's miniseries, he's able to tell his type of story. (The writing style of the two men are about as different as Claw and Green Lantern: you shouldn't expect to see the two in the same story.) And this is very much a Dan Jurgens story, as time travel mishap provides the excuse to tie together widely disparate parts of DC Universe tapestry into a classic Jurgens' action-packed slugfest. If you like Dan Jurgens, you'll love this issue.
Boosterrific Rating: Worth Its Weight In Gold.
Average Fan Rating: (4 votes)
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