Cont. Not only that during his entire run Tom managed to effectively character assassinated Catwoman, Batman, his Dad, Riddler, Kiteman but most importantly Booster Gold and Skeets. The arc with Booster Gold was baffling to me that I cannot believed that it was given the ok. This was right after that one Action Comic's arc when Superman and Booster teamed up to fight Zod, but it wasn't about the fight that was good, it was the fact that it made him into a better character than what he already is at the time, better than what the New 52 did for him. He grew as a person alongside with Superman that he saw him in a different light that he was able to reconcile with his mother, although really short, but in the end he did change the past to save Lois and Samuel, but he never told Superman because he knows he shouldn't after all they've been through. 3 months later Tom King butchers him by going to the past to save Bruce's parents as a gift, making Booster mentally ill, and in the end really depressed to set up Heroes in Crisis so he can continue to butcher more characters. Which is weird since he can actually write a good Batman story, as evident in the annual where it opens up with him chasing a crook on the rooftops by horse riding.