|Michael Jon "Booster" Carter|
|Citizen of the United States of the 25th Century with a criminal record.|
|Nation or Planet of Origin|
|Metropolis of the 25th Century.
|Base of Operations|
|New York, New York|
|Normal human from the 25th Century with exceptional athletic skills.|
Booster Gold Armor: High-tech uniform which enables superhuman strength, speed, stamina, agility, durability and flight.
Force Field Belt: Device designed to imbue the wearer with a degree of invulnerability.
Legion Flight Ring: Device worn on the finger enabling the wearer to fly.
Note: Both the force field belt and Legion Flight Ring may no longer by in Booster Gold's possession.
Skeets: Security robot with a memory database of at least five centuries of information.
Time Travel Machine: Device created by Rip Hunter to travel forward and backward through time.
Various devices stolen from the Space Museum in the 25th Century.
Booster Gold Vol. 1 & 2
Extreme Justice Vol. 1
Formerly Known as the Justice League Vol. 1
Justice League Vol. 1
Justice League America Vol. 1
Justice League International Vol. 1
|Booster Gold Vol. 1 #1 (Feb. 1986)|
|Dan Jurgens & Mike DeCarlo|
A star college athlete from the 25th Century, Michael Jon "Booster" Carter had a bright future ahead of him, but he was caught gambling on football games in which he played. Disgraced, he was expelled and eventually had to take a job as a janitor at the Space Museum in Metropolis.
While working in the Space Museum he studied extensively the heroes of the late 20th Century. Realizing he no longer had a future in his own time he decided to go to the past. With the assistance of a security robot named Skeets, Carter stole several items to create a superpowered costume including a Legion Flight Ring. Using a time machine created by Rip Hunter, Carter traveled back in time.
Foiling a plan by the criminal cartel known as the 1000 to assassinate the United States President, Carter gained immediate notoriety. Using his fame as a hero he profited by doing commercial endorsements and marketing his image as Booster Gold.
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