""52 Pick-Up (Part IV) - He's Gonna Save Every One of Us!"": The synopsis for this issue has not yet been written.
- I'm a scientist, really. I prefer thinking, strategy, and proving hypothesis to physical altercations or fisticuffs. But that's not to say that I'm inexperienced in them. In fact, I've studied and mastered the martial arts and fighting techniques of cultures and societies from B.C. to the end of time. You say you're doing what should be done? I say something else entirely. Simply put, Junior... your ass is mine.
- -- Rip Hunter
Appearing in "52 Pick-Up (Part IV) - He's Gonna Save Every One of Us!"
- Batgirl (Barbara Gordon) (Cameo)
- Blue Beetle (Dan Garrett)
- Flash (Barry Allen)
- Kid Flash (Wally West)
- Central City
- Cosmic Treadmill (Cameo)
Synopsis for "52 Pick-Up (Part IV) - He's Gonna Save Every One of Us!"
- Synopsis not yet written.
- This book was first published on November 14, 2007.
- Includes DC Nation #87 editorial by Dan DiDio. DiDio discusses the upcoming Salvation Run limited series.
- The flashback sequences from this issue take place shortly before the events of Showcase #4, the "Origin of the Flash".
- Booster Gold saved Rose Levin's life in Booster Gold (Volume 2) #1.
- The sub-title to this issue, "He's Gonna Save Every One of Us!" is a lyric from the 1980 Flash Gordon movie theme song, written and performed by Queen.
- Ted Kord's love for Barbara Gordon is mentioned in this issue. Ted and Barbara briefly dated in Birds of Prey #25, but she was not as enamored of him as he was of her.
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Links and References
- Booster Gold at the DC Animated Universe Wikia
- Booster Gold article at Wikipedia
- Booster Gold article at Toonopedia
- Booster Gold profile at the Oracle Files
- Booster Gold profile at Cosmic Teams
- Booster Gold profile at the Unofficial Guide to the DC Universe
- Booster Gold series review at the Cosmic Treadmill
- The Origin of Booster Gold at DC Comics' Heroes and Villains Page