I agree that was a pretty cool situation, but it's not one that makes for a good badge.
Badges exist to reward constructive behaviour we wish to encourage, and this does not reward constructive behaviour.
To consider what behaviour this rewards, let's consider the circumstances under which you can get this badge reliably:
- A situation of total luck you just stumble into. There have to be enough items to fill up all queues (or simply no new items since the last time you cleared that queue), but few enough to be realistically reviewable, and that nobody else does reviews in the meantime. None of this is under your control and incredibly unlikely to occur. (And then do your reviews.)
- Leave all your review queues alone and do nothing in them, letting them build up to the point where every queue has stuff in it, then review them and clear them all. (And then do your reviews.)
Badges don't really exist just for lucky/obscure situations, and the latter behaviour is outright unhelpful because we'd rather people do every individual review ASAP. So you get rewarded for luck or negative behaviour, followed by doing your reviews. The only constructive behaviour rewarded here is for doing reviews (which we already have a reward for). But this badge rewards you for doing them specifically in a bad way - postponing them as much as possible - so it doesn't make for a good badge.
Also, to be clear, the number of items displayed as available in a review queue is the number of reviews requiring your own action. Reviews you have already performed are excluded from that count, bar caching updates. So if all review queues say '0', that just means you've done all of your own review tasks - there may still be review items waiting for other users.
But there's other badges that reward situations outside your control!
Sure, but they don't require such unlikely luck. The rare few that require an element of luck have the elements outside your control influenced by constructive behaviour, so it rewards that behaviour.
- Votes, favourites, and views are outside your control. However, this is a reward for making high quality site content, which is a fantastic contribution and constructive behaviour.
- Reversal and Necromancer require questions you may be unlikely to come across depending on your site, but they still require making quality contributions to the site, and you won't earn them without making quality contributions.
- Tenacious and Unsung Hero are rare and probably unlucky, but a reward for perseverance in being helpful to a lot of people.
The only real outlier is Tumbleweed, which is a sort of "we're sorry, please don't go away!" compensation badge.
This badge you're proposing doesn't measure up to those. It isn't influenced by positive behaviour. It's influenced by negative behaviour - doing nothing and avoiding reviews.