Cover Date: March 11th, 1989
Cover Price: 38p
Story: Sue Flaxman (first story), Andrew Brenner (second & fourth story), Dan Abnett (third story)
Pencils: Andy Wildman (first story), Phil Elliott (second story), Anthony Williams (third & fourth story)
Inks: Tim Perkins (first story), Bambos (second story), Anthony Williams (third & fourth story)
Colors: Stuart Place, Helen (third story)
Letters: Glib (first story), Bambos (second story), Stuart Bartlett (fourth story)
Spiritual Guide: Dan Abnett
Slimer: Bambos & Hel
Editor: Helen Stone
Cover: Anthony Williams & Bambos
Ghostbusters' Secretary
Ghostbusters' Resident Ghost
Ghoul Street Spectre
“Ghoul Street Crash”
    With Ecto-2 busted on the Brooklyn Bridge, it’s up to Peter to talk down a ghost jumper from the ledge in order to get him to stop driving the nearby occupants crazy.  However, Peter’s fear of heights may make this bust anything but easy.

“Spengler’s Spirit Guide” Part 39
    Ghostbusting jargon.

 “This Ghost is Toast!”
    The Ghostbusters settle down for some breakfast.  A little jam, a little juice…and some pieces of haunted toast!

“Winston’s Diary”
Monday, March 6th, 1989
    Winston and Peter were enjoying a James Bond movie when an old colleague of Peter’s calls them down to the Metropolitan Art Gallery.  Apparently, a man named Hugh Jeers is the reincarnation of famed Italian artist Bertalucci Fetuccini. Before he died, he had cast a spell so he could observe what becomes of his legacy.  Disappointed, he’s become a nuisance to Hugh, which is where the Ghostbusters come in to alleviate him of his ancestral burden.
“Dead True!”
    The story behind Archduke Franz Ferdinand’s haunted car.

“Ghost Buttress”
    Peter and Winston set out to investigate a haunted house.  They don’t find a thing until they spot their ghost leaning against a wall, claiming to hold the house up.  The Ghostbusters aren’t about to fall for such an obvious line, are they?

“Blimey!  It’s Slimer!”
    Slimer’s dreaming ends up a little too real.
Special Features:
FYI: The cover of this issue was used as a pin-up in NOW’s Real Ghostbusters 1992 Annual.  It was also intended to be the cover to NOW's Real Ghostbusters vol. 2 #5, but the series was cancelled before its release.  The solicitation for #5 can be seen on the back cover of issue #4.

FYI: “You Only Live Twice” is also the name of a James Bond movie.

FYI: “Ghoul Street Crash”
    Page 4 - MAN 2: “The cleaner told us that it’s the ghost of an old stockbroker who jumped from this window back in 1929 during the Wall Street Crash!”
    The Stock Market Crash of 1929 was when money was lost by many people and institutions having invested too much, leading towards the period known as the Great Depression.

FYI: “Spengler’s Spirit Guide”
    Most of the jargon in the entry are various lines from the first movie, including “Whoa! Whoa! Whoa!  Nice shooting, Tex”, “No one stops on a church in my town!”, “Light is green!  Trap is clean!”, “Split up!  We can do more damage that way!”, “Cross-rip of Biblical proportions”, “Picking up or dropping off?”, “Total protonic reversal”, “Cats and dogs…living together”, “Useful safety tip”, “We’re going to have to hit you for four big ones!” and “Well, okay, we’ll just take this trap right back in and re-open it…”

FYI: “Ghost Buttress”
     A buttress is a structure built to support or reinforce a wall.
Ghostbusters, Ghostbusters II and all related characters TM & (c) Columbia Pictures Inc.
The Real Ghostbusters (c) Marvel Comics LTD.
NYGB Comicguide TM & (c) 2006 Atomic Media Group.