Cover Date: July 30th, 1988
Cover Price: 38p
Story: John Carnell (first story), Dan Abnett (second story), Ian Rimmer (third story)
Pencils: Andy Lanning (first story), Brian Williamson (second story), Anthony Williams (third story)
Inks: Dave Harwood (first story), Tim Perkins (second story), Dave Hine (third story)
Colors: Paul Jacques (first story), Stuart Place (third story)
Letters: Annie H. (first story), Hel (third story)
Spiritual Guide: Dan Abnett
Slimer: Lew Stringer
Editor:  Richard Starkings
Assistant Editor: Helen Stone
Cover: Brian Williamson & Tim Perkins
Ghostbusters' Secretary
Ghostbusters' Resident Ghost
In The World
    It’s their down time and Peter’s fed up that all the others wanna talk about are ghosts.  Heading off for a nap, Peter finds himself in a twisted, ghost-filled nightmare.  The guys, hearing his screams, come to wake him up by Egon surmises an evil force is keeping him on the astral plane!  They have to figure out how to wake him up before Peter is trapped in his own head forever.

“Corn of the Dead!”
    Winston’s cereal had announced the movie version of the TV show that scared him as a kid, Terror of the Dead Thing, complete with a free ticket and plastic toy of the Dead Thing.  Winston takes the opportunity to head to the movies while Ray works on a new device designed to create holographic images of ectoplasmic entities.  Ray tests the camera-like object on the toy, but nothing seems to happen.  Ray goes to work on it some more when he realizes that it did in fact work, a little too well, as the plastic toy was made into the real Dead

“Spengler’s Spirit Guide” Part 10
    Unfortunately, our copy was missing this page.  If anyone knows what this edition was about, please contact us.

“The Worst Ghost in the World”
    It’s a routine bust and there’s one ghost left.  Winston heads around the house only to find the worst ghost in the world.  Feeling sorry for the little guy, Winston gives it some quick pointers on how to be a better ghost.  Just as he was getting the hang of it, Egon shows up and blasts it, causing it to disperse.  Winston feels almost like he lost a son with that, and starts to consider maybe he’s in the wrong line of work.

“Blimey!  It’s Slimer!”
    When Slimer falls out of bed…he really falls!
Special Features:
    Slime Time! Jokes.
    Bio: Trapping Equipment.
FYI: “Frightmare!”
    Page 3 – RAY: “There’s a great film on TV…” “Poltergeist!”
    Poltergeist was the 1982 movie about a family who moved into a new house, cursed because of its being built on an Indian burial ground.  Progressively, the seemingly gentle ghosts in their home grow more and more violent.
FYI: “Frightmare!”
    Page 4 – Visible on Peter’s nightstand is a copy of Dragon’s Claws.  Dragon’s Claws was a Marvel UK series created by Simon Furman and Geoff Senior about futuristic law enforcement agents based out of London.  The series only ran 10 issues.
BLOOPER: “Firghtmare”
    Page 3 – The lower windows of the firehouse are red.
BLOOPER: “Frightmare”
    Page 4 – Peter’s no-ghost logo is missing the ghost.
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