Cover Date: May 21st, 1988
Cover Price: 38p
Story: Ian Rimmer (first story), John Carnell & Dan Abnett (second story), Richard Alan (third story)
Pencils: Brian Williamson (first story), Brian Williamson (second story), Mike Collins (third story)
Inks: Dave Harwood (first & third story), Tim Perkins (second story)
Colors: Stuart Place (first story), Louise Cassell (third story)
Letters: Hel (first & third story)
Spiritual Guide: Dan Abnett
Slimer: John Freeman & Lew Stringer
Editor: Richard Starkings
Assistant Editor: Helen Stone & Dan Abnett
Cover: Anthony Williams & Tim Perkins
Ghostbusters' Secretary
Ghostbusters' Resident Ghost
Ghostly Proprietor
“Little Shoppe of Terrors” Part 1
    The Ghostbusters take care of a spook that came out of an antique radio and decide to investigate The Little Shoppe, the store it was bought from.  Meanwhile, Janine reveals she too bought an item from there, and she’s in for a ghostly surprise!

“Spengler’s Spirit Guide” Part 5
    A complete guide to Lost Cities.

“Little Shoppe of Terrors” Part 2
    Ghostbusters HQ is being held hostage unless the ghost the boys busted is released.  Meanwhile, Peter and Winston learn the secrets of the Shoppe.  Now, they have to find a way inside to beat the spooks to save Janine and Slimer, as well as keep them from opening the containment unit!    

“Winston’s Diary: Something Fishy…”
Friday 13th May, 1988
    Ray and Winston have won a free cruise, except the unlucky day of Friday the 13th catches up to them as Atlantis rises up in the path of the ship!  The sea god Poseidon is angry and somehow the goldfish Ray is babysitting may be the key to saving them all.

“Winston’s Afternoon Off!”
    It’s Winston’s afternoon off and he’s spending it running some errands, glad that there are no supernatural entities around to ruin such a beautiful day.  Of course, it’s the dangers that you DON’T see that can get you…
“Blimey!  It’s Slimer!”
    Slimer’s enjoying a day of scaring, but little does he know he’s in for a fright himself!
Special Features:
    Bio: Slimer.
    Slime Time! Jokes.
FYI: “Little Shoppe of Terrors” is a play on the title of the 1960 Roger Corman horror-comedy called Little Shop of Horrors about a nerdy shop keeper forced to kill to feed an alien plant.  In 1982 it was turned into a Broadway musical and a 1986 movie starring Ghostbusters veterans Rick Moranis and Bill Murray.

FYI: “Little Shoppe of Terrors” was also featured in Marvel UK’s Real Ghostbusters #185 & 186.

FYI: “The Little Shoppe of Terrors”
     Page 4-WINSTON: “That’s odd…I was raised in Deanstone…”
     Winston reveals he was raised in Deanstone, a fictitious town.

FYI: “The Little Shoppe of Terrors”
    Page 4JANINE: “…it beats shopping at Bloomingdales…”
    Bloomingdales is an upscale department store owned by the same parent company as Macys.  It’s most recognized by it’s iconic bag called “The Brown Bag” by the chain.

FYI:  “The Little Shoppe of Terrors”
     Page 10-PETER: “Hey—the only Duke Ellington record I don’t have in my collection!”
    Duke Ellington was a composer, songwriter and performer that helped shape modern music.

FYI: “Winston’s Diary: Something Fishy”
     Poseidon is a Greek god and ruler of the sea.

FYI: “Winston’s Diary: Something Fishy”
     The city of Atlantis is a mythological sunken city that supposedly boasted the greatest technological and scientific advancements of their day.

FYI: “Winston’s Afternoon Off!” was also featured in Marvel UK’s Real Ghostbusters #183.
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