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| Title = 52
[[Image:52_15.jpg|right|thumb|350px|52 Week Fifteen(October 2006)]]
 
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| Image = 52 15.jpg
__NOTOC__
 
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| Image2 = 52 15 (Virgin).jpg
'''Outshined'''
 
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| Image2Text = Textless
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| Volume = 1
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| Issue = 15
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| Day = 16
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| Month = 10
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| Year = 2006
   
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| Executive Editor = Dan DiDio
:"''Charlie? Tell me today's not Wednesday.''"
 
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| CoverArtist1 = J.G. Jones
::--'''[[Renee Montoya]]'''
 
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| CoverArtist2 = Alex Sinclair
   
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| Quotation = This wasn't in the records! This wasn't supposed to happen! Save him!
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| Speaker = [[skeets (New Earth)|Skeets]]
   
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| Editor1_1 = Jann Jones
==Summary==
 
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| Editor1_2 = Harvey Richards
'''Volume:''' 1 <br>
 
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| Editor1_3 = Stephen Wacker
'''Issue:''' 15 <br>
 
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| Writer1_1 = Geoff Johns
'''Month:''' October<br>
 
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| Writer1_2 = Grant Morrison
'''Year:''' 2006 <br>
 
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| Writer1_3 = Greg Rucka
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| Writer1_4 = Mark Waid
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| Penciler1_1 = Keith Giffen
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| Penciler1_2 = Shawn Moll
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| Inker1_1 = Tom Nguyen
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| Colourist1_1 = Alex Sinclair
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| Letterer1_1 = Jared K. Fletcher
   
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| StoryTitle1 = Outshined
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| Synopsis1 = '''Day 1:'''<br>
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[[Michael Carter (New Earth)|Booster Gold]] receives a letter from [[Ferris Aircraft]] terminating his sponsorship contract.
   
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'''Day 3:'''<br>
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Booster defaces a picture of [[Michael Carter (New Earth)|Supernova]] on the cover of the latest NewsTime magazine.
   
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'''Day 4:'''<br>
==Credits==
 
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Booster reads articles on the [[Daily Planet|Daily Planet's]] website about how Supernova has replaced him in the eyes of [[Metropolis|Metropolis's]] citizens.
'''Editor:''' [[Stephen Wacker]] <br>
 
'''Assistant Editors:''' [[Jann Jones]] and [[Harvey Richards]] <br>
 
'''Writers:''' [[Geoff Johns]], [[Grant Morrison]], [[Greg Rucka]], and [[Mark Waid]] <br>
 
'''Cover Artists:''' [[J.G. Jones]] and [[Alex Sinclair]]<br>
 
'''Breakdowns:''' [[Keith Giffen]] <br>
 
'''Penciller:''' [[Shawn Moll]] <br>
 
'''Inker:''' [[Tom Nguyen]] <br>
 
'''Colorist:''' [[Alex Sinclair]] <br>
 
'''Letterer:''' [[Jared K. Fletcher]] <br>
 
   
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'''Day 5:'''<br>
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Hoping to reclaim his heroic status, Booster quizzes [[Skeets (New Earth)|Skeets]] on incidents that should be occurring that day, at least according to the historical record. One catches Booster's attention: a submarine crash will occur in the middle of the city. Sure enough, a massive ocean creature has carried a submarine down the streets of Metropolis.
   
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In a prison in [[Kahndaq]], guards arrive at [[Renee Montoya (New Earth)|Renée Montoya's]] cell and take her away to be beaten, hoping she might confess to the murders of five men actually killed by [[Intergang (New Earth)|Intergang]]. As she is taken past the [[Charles Victor Szasz (New Earth)|Question's]] cell, she is distraught to see that he is missing. He is merely hiding, however, and creates a distraction that allows Montoya to take out the guards and free them both.
==Synopsis==
 
'''Cast of Characters:''' [[Booster Gold]], [[Skeets]], [[Renee Montoya]], [[Question]], [[Clark Kent]], [[Supernova]]. <br>
 
'''First Appearances:''' No first appearances <br>
 
'''Final Appearances:''' [[Booster Gold]] <br>
 
'''Synopsis:''' <br>
 
'''Day 1:''' <br>
 
[[Booster Gold]] receives a letter from [[Ferris Aircraft]] terminating his sponsorship contract.
 
   
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Back in Metropolis, [[Kal-El (New Earth)|Clark Kent]] has a fellow reporter do some quick research to learn that the sea monster is known as [[Ballostro]]. He races out to cover the story. Booster is already on the scene, but is not have much success fighting the monster. Getting frustrated, Booster tries tearing out a power line from a nearby elevated train platform, resulting in a massive blackout across the city. Supernova arrives on the scene, lights the way for panicked bystanders and teleports the monster away. Aggravated by the heckling of bystanders and jealous of Supernova, Booster throws himself at the mysterious hero. As they are brawling, Skeets brings to their attention that the the nuclear submarine's engines have been damaged and that there is a high possiblity that it will explode. Booster, in a desparate attempt to prove himself, extends his forcefield around the vessel and lifts it high into the sky, allowing the explosion to occur out of harm's way. Booster, however, does not survive the blast.
'''Day 3:''' <br>
 
Booster defaces a picture of [[Supernova]] on the cover of the latest [[NewsTime]] magazine.
 
   
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| Appearing1 =
'''Day 4:''' <br>
 
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'''Featured Characters:'''
Booster reads articles on the [[Daily Planet]]'s website about how Supernova has replaced him in the eyes of [[Metropolis]]'s citizens.
 
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* {{a|[[Michael Carter (New Earth)|Booster Gold]]}}
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* {{a|[[Charles Victor Szasz (New Earth)|Question (Vic Sage)]]}}
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* {{a|[[Renee Montoya (New Earth)|Renée Montoya]]}}
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'''Supporting Characters:'''
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* {{a|[[Kal-El (New Earth)|Clark Kent]]}} {{Green|Superman, not in costume}}
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* {{a|[[Skeets (New Earth)|Skeets]]}}
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* {{a|[[Michael Carter (New Earth)|Supernova]]}}
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'''Antagonists:'''
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* {{a|[[Ballostro]]}}
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'''Locations:'''
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* {{a|[[Kahndaq]]}}
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* {{a|[[Metropolis]]}}
   
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| Editor2_1 = Jann Jones
'''Day 5:''' <br>
 
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| Editor2_2 = Harvey Richards
Hoping to reclaim his heroic status, Booster quizzes [[Skeets]] on incidents in the historical record occurring that day. One catches Booster's attention: a submarine crash will occur in the middle of the city. Sure enough, a massive water creature has carried a submarine down the streets of Metropolis.
 
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| Editor2_3 = Stephen Wacker
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| Writer2_1 = Mark Waid
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| Penciler2_1 = Jon Bogdanove
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| Inker2_1 = Jon Bogdanove
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| Colourist2_1 = Alex Sinclair
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| Letterer2_1 = Nick J. Napolitano
   
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| StoryTitle2 = The Origin of Steel
In a prison in [[Kahndaq]], guards arrive at [[Renee Montoya]]'s cell and take her away to be beaten, hoping she might confess to the murders of five men actually killed by [[Intergang]]. As she is taken past the [[Question]]'s cell, she is distraught to see that he is missing. He is merely hiding however, and creates a distraction that allows Montoya to take out the guards and set them free.
 
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| Synopsis2 = The origin of John Henry Irons is revealed.
   
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| Appearing2 =
Back in Metropolis, [[Clark Kent]] has a fellow reporter do some quick research to learn that the sea monster is known as a [ballostro]]. Booster is on the scene, failing at fighting the monster. He makes several key mistakes, including stealing a car, which he hurtles at the beast with no effect, and tearing a power cord from a nearby train line, resulting in a massive blackout across the city. Supernova arrives on the scene and teleports the monster away. Aggravated by the heckling of bystanders and jealous of Supernova, Booster throws himself at the mysterious hero and begins brawling. Skeets brings to their attention that the the nuclear submarine's engines had been damaged and that there was a high possiblity of it exploding. Booster, in a desparate attempt to prove himself, extends his forcefield around the vessel and lifts it high into the sky, allowing the explosion to occur out of harm's way. Booster, however, does not survive the blast.
 
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'''Featured Characters:'''
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* {{a|[[John Henry Irons (New Earth)|Steel]]}}
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'''Other Characters:'''
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* {{a|[[Kal-El (New Earth)|Superman]]}} {{cameo}}
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'''Locations:'''
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* {{a|[[Metropolis]]}}
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'''Items:'''
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* {{a|[[Steel's Armor]]}}
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* {{a|[[Kinetic Hammer]]}}
   
==Notes==
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| Notes =
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* This issue shipped on August 16th, [[2006]].
* This issue includes "The Origin of [[Steel]]", written by [[Mark Waid]], with art by [[Jon Bogdanove]], colors by [[Alex Sinclair]], and letters by [[Nick J. Napolitano]]
 
   
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| Trivia =
 
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* The ticker-tape at the bottom of the cover reads, "Supernova Up Close! Can we trust him?... Behind Bars with The Question!... Metropolis Attacked!..."
==Trivia==
 
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| Recommended =
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* [[52 Vol 1|52 #1-52]]
 
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* [[Countdown Vol 1|Countdown #51-0]]
 
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* [[World War III Vol 1|World War III #1-4]]
==Recommended Readings==
 
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| Links =
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Latest revision as of 18:25, October 2, 2020

"Outshined": Day 1:


Quote1 This wasn't in the records! This wasn't supposed to happen! Save him! Quote2
Skeets

52 #15 is an issue of the series 52 (Volume 1) with a cover date of October, 2006. It was published on August 16, 2006.

Appearing in "Outshined"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

Antagonists:

Locations:

Synopsis for "Outshined"

Day 1:
Booster Gold receives a letter from Ferris Aircraft terminating his sponsorship contract.

Day 3:
Booster defaces a picture of Supernova on the cover of the latest NewsTime magazine.

Day 4:
Booster reads articles on the Daily Planet's website about how Supernova has replaced him in the eyes of Metropolis's citizens.

Day 5:
Hoping to reclaim his heroic status, Booster quizzes Skeets on incidents that should be occurring that day, at least according to the historical record. One catches Booster's attention: a submarine crash will occur in the middle of the city. Sure enough, a massive ocean creature has carried a submarine down the streets of Metropolis.

In a prison in Kahndaq, guards arrive at Renée Montoya's cell and take her away to be beaten, hoping she might confess to the murders of five men actually killed by Intergang. As she is taken past the Question's cell, she is distraught to see that he is missing. He is merely hiding, however, and creates a distraction that allows Montoya to take out the guards and free them both.

Back in Metropolis, Clark Kent has a fellow reporter do some quick research to learn that the sea monster is known as Ballostro. He races out to cover the story. Booster is already on the scene, but is not have much success fighting the monster. Getting frustrated, Booster tries tearing out a power line from a nearby elevated train platform, resulting in a massive blackout across the city. Supernova arrives on the scene, lights the way for panicked bystanders and teleports the monster away. Aggravated by the heckling of bystanders and jealous of Supernova, Booster throws himself at the mysterious hero. As they are brawling, Skeets brings to their attention that the the nuclear submarine's engines have been damaged and that there is a high possiblity that it will explode. Booster, in a desparate attempt to prove himself, extends his forcefield around the vessel and lifts it high into the sky, allowing the explosion to occur out of harm's way. Booster, however, does not survive the blast.

Appearing in "The Origin of Steel"

Featured Characters:

Other Characters:

Locations:

Items:

Synopsis for "The Origin of Steel"

The origin of John Henry Irons is revealed.

Notes

  • This issue shipped on August 16th, 2006.

Trivia

  • The ticker-tape at the bottom of the cover reads, "Supernova Up Close! Can we trust him?... Behind Bars with The Question!... Metropolis Attacked!..."



See Also

Recommended Reading

Links and References

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