Cover Date: April 1st, 1989
Cover Price: 38p
Story: John Carnell (first & third story), Dan Abnett (second story)
Pencils: Anthony Williams (first story), Brian Williamson (second story), Ilya (third story)
Inks: Paul Marshall (first story), Bambos (second story), Dave Harwood (third story)
Colors: Stuart Place (first & third story), Hel (second story)
Letters: Paul Marshall (first story), Peter Knight (third story)
Spiritual Guide: Dan Abnett
Slimer: Bambos & Hel
Editor: Helen Stone
Assistant Editor: Peri Godbold
Cover: Brian Williamson & Bambos
Ghostbusters' Secretary
Ghostbusters' Resident Ghost
Multi-Hermit Specter
Spooky Shoplifters
Head Ghost Thief
“Monster Movie!”
    During the filming of their movie, the Ghostbusters take a spook break when a mummy crashes the set.  The boys quickly deal with it, but Egon deduces that it was a costume brought to life by an entity somewhere else.  The studio head reveals to them that special effects master Boris Carloft had died, and ever since his creations have been coming to life to wreck his films.  The Ghostbusters agree to help and track down Borisghost.  But, before they can get to him, they need to get past a warehouse full of his creations.

“Spengler’s Spirit Guide” Part 42
    Winston’s horror movie guide, including reviews of: The Dammityville Horror, Wednesday 17th Part II, Night of the Natural Yoghurts, I Married a Yoghurt from Outer Space, The Exercisist, Nightmare on Greek Street and Naturala Has Risen From the Pot.

“Wild Ghost Chase!”
    Ray and Egon have trapped a reactive free-roamer in a department store.  Unfortunately, its unique nature makes it virtually impossible to blast or trap via conventional methods.  The only thing holding it is a make-shift force-field Egon erected.  Egon departs to retrieve equipment they’ll need to trap it, warning Ray to stand guard and not disturb it.  Taken in by its cuteness, Ray ignores Egon’s warnings and talks to the spook like it was a little puppy…only to have it transform into a hideous monster!

“Arabian Frights!”
    Arabian spooks are on a shoplifting spree and the Ghostbusters are called to handle it.  When they try to make their escape through a portal, they follow and find themselves in the Middle East in the year 2000 BC.  They’re sent to the cave of Ali Baba to face off against these Arabian frights on this Arabian night.

“Blimey!  It’s Slimer!’
    Slimer is hanging out with Billy Bones in a graveyard when zombies begin to rise!
Special Features:
     Free Slimer Badge.
    Bio: Grudge Gremlin.
FYI: “Monster Movie!” was also featured in NOW’s Slimer! #15.

FYI: “Monster Movie!”
    The Boris Carloft featured in this issue was actually a reference to Boris Karloff, one of the staples in the horror genre in the early 20th Century.

FYI: “Spengler’s Spirit Guide”
    This is the first instance in which Winston’s last name is properly spelt “Zeddemore”.

FYI: “Spengler’s Spirit Guide”

FYI: “Arabian Frights”
    Ali Baba is a woodcutter who stumbles upon the treasure of 40 thieves and takes some for himself in The Book of One Thousand and One Nights.
BLOOPER: “Wild Ghost Chase!”
    Page 12 – Part of Ray’s proton gun is orange.
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.