Cover Date: April 23rd, 1988
Cover Price: 38p
Story: Ian Rimmer (first story), Richard Alan (second & third story), Richard Alan & John Freeman (fourth story)
Pencils: Brian Williamson (first & fourth story), Anthony Williams (second story), Christopher McRoberts (third story)
Inks: Cam Smith (first story), Dave Elliott (second & fourth story), Christopher McRoberts (third story)
Colors: Stuart Place (first story), Dan Abnett (second & third story), Lynn White (fourth story)
Letters: Hel (first story), Zed (third & fourth story)
Spiritual Guide: Dan Abnett
Slimer: Uncredited
Editor: Richard Starkings
Assistant Editor: Dan Abnett
Cover: Anthony Williams & Dave Elliott
Ghostbusters' Secretary
Ghostbusters' Resident Ghost
Troublemaking Clone
Junking Around
“The Trouble With Slimers!” Part 1
    It’s just another day at the firehouse with Peter trying to blast Slimer for drinking the last beer.  With Slimer saved at the last second, Peter gives up and heads out to get some more.  However, slimy trouble is brewing in the firehouse; trouble pointing to Slimer.  But, if Slimer is with Egon, how can he cause any mischief?

“Spengler’s Spirit Guide” Part 3
    An in-depth look at Ectoplasm.

“The Trouble With Slimers!” Part 2
    The Ghostbusters discover that there are two Slimers running around the firehouse; one of them the one they know, the other causing all the recent trouble.  One needs to be busted but they can’t figure out which one.  It looks like it’s up to Peter to save the day and his least-favorite Spud.  Maybe he’d be better off in the containment unit…

“Winston’s Diary: Blimey!  It’s Slime Time!”
Tuesday 12th April 1988
    On a bust, Egon discovers an ancient form of fossilized plant-life and brings it back to the firehouse for some study.  While eating dinner, the Ghostbusters soon realize their HQ is quickly becoming overgrown with various types of plant-life…that talks!  Now they need to figure out how to get the primordial creature out of their home or learn to take up extreme gardening!

“Noises in the Night!”
    The Ghostbusters attempt to shoot a commercial for their business, only to have Slimer interrupt.

“Scrapyard Demon!”
    Egon is sleeping peacefully when he dreams about Ecto-1 driving off to deal with a spook messing around in a junk yard.  He wakes up the next morning to find a full trap in the car.  It was just a dream...right?

“Blimey!  It’s Slimer!”
    Slimer and his ghost buddy try to make the bus for the cemetery.  Unfortunately, Slimer passes through it a bit too far.
Special Features:
    Bio: Ray Stantz.
FYI: This is the first instance in which the Ghostbusters have mentioned beer within the animated universe; very unusual for a children’s publication by American standards.
FYI: “Noises in the Night!” was done by then 15-year-old Christopher McRoberts, who won the chance through both Marvel UK and the TV show Surprise! Surprise!.

FYI: “Noises in the Night!” was also featured in Marvel UK’s Real Ghostbusters ’89 Annual.
FYI: Page 6-The Ghost-Sniffer makes a comeback, having not been seen since being used by Peter in the first movie.  The Sniffer was intended to appear on the cartoon, as indicated by these plans.
Ghostbusters, Ghostbusters II and all related characters TM & (c) Columbia Pictures Inc.
The Real Ghostbusters (c) Marvel Comics LTD.
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