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FLASH FACT: Booster is the only man with the knowledge to fix the world, but he has to find The Flash in time to tell him…

Written by DAN JURGENS
Art and cover by DAN JURGENS and NORM RAPMUND

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  1. Even though this isn’t part of the whole Flashpoint title it is part of it and should be imo.  This is one of the best story’s that involve Flashpoint.  I am enjoying it.

  2. I never read booster gold before but picked this up because I was enjoying Flashpoint and was suprised how much I enjoy the character of booster gold. Might pick up the new JLI book after the relaunch just to keep reading this character.

  3. My thoughts exactly Thompsonlive!  He is the only reason I want JLI 🙂

  4. This book had really good run. Booster has been interesting since 52. I hope he doesn’t become completely irrelevant after the reboot.

  5. This series was going great places before Flashpoint reared its ugly, mostly mediocre head. It makes me sad. I want Booster, not the JLI. Oh well..

  6. Booster needs to have his own title and I believe shortly after the new 52 we will get plenty of him. I hope with the relaunch they find some way to bring back his good freind Blue Beetle Ted Kord that is!! The new one SUCKS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Just sayin’,

  7. This was a great flashpoint run I hope they bring Booster into Blue Beetle they could call it Blue and Gold.  Just Sayin’  Jaime Reyes Rules!

  8. They are hitting the reset button next month and this was the ending I get. Come on Dan Jurgens you can do better than that.

  9. IMHO the Jurgens’ run, both before and after Giffens run on it, really shined.  I hate that there was such a bums’ rush on the titles this month, getting them to wrap up before the New 52.  I think Booster did ok for the most part since he got a pivotal role in Flashpoint, but I’d have much rather have seen Michelle, Rip Hunter, Daniel and the rest of the supporting cast show up in a meaningful for the wrapup, instead of the shoehorned-in piece on where the writing on the chalkboard came from.

  10. am i the only one thinking that the woman from this Flashpoint story is the mysterious character appearing, disappearing, then appearing again on the cover of JLI #1 . . ?

  11. This title and 52 before it are what got me back into the DCU. For it to end so … blandly is beyond disappointing.

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