Cover Date: June 17th, 1989
Cover Price: 40p
Story: John Carnell (first story), John Freeman (second story), Jane Fabian (third story)
Pencils: Brian Williamson (first & second story), Tony O’Donnell (third story)
Inks: Tim Perkins (first story), Dave Harwood (second & third story)
Colors: Lynn White (first story), Dondie Cox (third story)
Letters: Spolly (first story), Peter Knight (third story)
Spiritual Guide: Dan Abnett
Slimer: Bambos & Spolly
Dead True: Bambos & Memlie
Editor: Stuart Bartlett
Assistant Editor: Peri Godbold
Cover: Brian Williamson & Dave Harwood
Ghostbusters' Secretary
Ghostbusters' Resident Ghost
King of the Underworld
Slimer's Girlfriend?
One Bad Boarder
Squeaky Clean Spook
Squeaky Clean Spook
“Fooled For Love!”
    Belial, the King of the Underworld, gathers his minions and announces his plan to free their brethren from the bowels of the Containment Unit by duping Slimer.  He disguises himself as a Slimette and begins to carry on a flirtatious relationship with the spud, tricking him into releasing a ghost per day for “her”.  The Ghostbusters begin to catch on, and wonder if the spud has begun to show his true ghostly roots!

“Spengler’s Spirit Guide” Part 53
    A look at some car hauntings.

“Winston’s Diary”
Tuesday, June 6th, 1989
    Some local skateboarders are bugged by a spook who wants to hog their ramps for himself.  Winston, Peter and Ray respond, but the tricky spook manages to disable two of their proton packs.  And the only way too get a bead on him?  Peter, owner of the last functional pack, has to grab a board himself and catch some air!

“Dead True!”
    Did you know ghosts could fall in love?  Well, neither did the Burden family in Bournemouth, Dorset.  When a ghost falls in love with their very alive daughter, he begins to react in violent ways when she starts dating!

“Carwash Spook!”
    It’s been a long day, and Ecto-1 is a mess.  Winston, knowing how Ray would feel about Ecto’s current condition, decides to pop off into a carwash on the way home.  Unknown to him, the automated carwash is currently haunted by two spooks waiting to cause trouble.  No sooner does Winston pull in that the spooks force their way in and begin causing havoc inside the car as it rolls through the wash.  As the car fills with soapy water, Winston struggles to reach a proton pack in the back in order to duel it out with the two spooks and keep from being hot waxed himself.

“Blimey!  It’s Slimer!”
    Slimer just wants to enjoy some TV with a friend, but a mouse has other ideas.
Special Features:
    Bio: Feline Phantom.
FYI: “Fooled For Love!” was also featured in NOW’s Slimer! #12.

FYI: “Carwash Spook!” was also featured in NOW’s Slimer! #13.

FYI: “Carwash Spook!”
    Page 18 – Three car-themed songs play in the background of the scenes: “Pink Caddillac” by Bruce Springsteen, “Greased Lightning” from the Grease soundtrack, and “Driving in my Car” by Madness.

FYI: “Carwash Spook!”
    Page 18CARWASH SPOOK: “Hey, it’s a bubble car!”
    Bubble cars are small, sometimes 3-wheeled cars designed to be extremely economic to use.  They’re also known as Microcars.

FYI: “Carwash Spook!”
    Page 18CARWASH SPOOK: “Datsun old joke.”
    Datsun was the name of a brand of cars produced by Nissan, especially for the American market.  The Datsun line was discontinued in 1983.
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