Cover Date: July 15th, 1989
Cover Price: 40p
Story: John Carnell (first story), John Freeman (second story), John Paul Catton (fourth story)
Pencils: Anthony Williams (first & second story), Brian Williamson (fourth story)
Inks: Dave Harwood (first story), Nick Abadzis (second story), Tim Perkins (fourth story)
Colors: Stuart Place (first story), Louise Cassell (fourth story)
Letters: Glib (first story), Dozy (fourth story)
Spiritual Guide: Dan Abnett
Slimer: Bambos & Chris Matthews
Dead True: Bambos & Memlie
Editor: Stuart Bartlett
Assistant Editor: Peri Godbold
Cover: Anthony Williams & Nick Abadzis
Ghostbusters' Secretary
Ghostbusters' Resident Ghost
Master of the Lotus Temple
“A Wok on the Wild Side!”
    The Ghostbusters get called down to Chinatown where they are confronted with hordes of Oriental-themed ghosts.  They trace the disturbance to a nearby wok shop where they meet Ho Shang Rai.  He takes them inside, only to have them transported to ancient China!  Ho tells them they have a destiny to fulfill, but all they want is to go home.  Can they escape fate, or are they part of some supernatural flim-flam plan?

“Spengler’s Spirit Guide” Part 57
    Spirits of the East.

“Winston’s Diary”
Friday, 7th of  July 1989
    A very tired Winston comes home from busting a giant raspberry ripple only to receive his next job.  In Hackensack, New Jersey.  The only one left to go, he heads out to Hawkworth Mansion to deal with the spooks haunting the place.  But, instead of a simple blast and trap, Winston gives them all the treat of their afterlives.

“Dead True!”
    When the Sitwell family did some work on their home, Renishaw Hall, they discovered an old, empty coffin buried beneath the floor.  Since that day, they found they have awoken the ghosts that have been kept dormant for years!

“Bunfight at the O.K. Tea Shoppe”
    The boys are coming back from a bust with their tummies rumbling.  Deciding to change up their diet a bit, Winston takes Ray and Peter to a nearby tea shop.  However, once inside they notice strange goings on.  It’s only when Oliver Knight, an English immigrant from 140 years ago, comes to handle their complaints that they realize the place is a lot stranger than they thought.  Without any gear and facing indefinite imprisonment until they learn proper etiquette, the Ghostbusters need to do some fast thinking to get out of this spook-fest.

“Blimey!  It’s Slimer!”
    Cooking with Mad Minnie!
Special Features:
    Bio: Boris Carloft.
FYI: This issue shares it’s cover with NOW’s Slimer! #13.

FYI: “A Wok on the Wild Side!” is a play on the title of the Lou Reed song Walk on the Wild Side, which itself comes from Nelson Algren’s novel (and subsequent movie) of the same name.  A wok is a bowl-shaped pan used in Chinese cooking for centuries.

FYI: “A Wok on the Wild Side!”
    Page 4RAY: “Take that!  Hong Kong Fooey!”
    Hong Kong Phooey was a ninja superhero-dog produced in the 1970s and 80s by Hanna-Barbera as part of the martial arts craze that was sweeping the nation at the time.

FYI: “Bunfight at the O.K. Tea Shoppe” is a play on the phrase “Gunfight at the O.K. Corral”, often used to describe the events of a legendary fight in Tombstone, Arizona on October 26, 1881.  
    Page 2 – Egon’s glasses are uncolored.
BLOOPER: “Bunfight at the O.K. Tea Shoppe”
    Page 15 – Ecto’s gear is colored wrong.
BLOOPER: “Bunfight at the O.K. Tea Shoppe”
    Page 19 – Peter suddenly gets Egon hair.
BLOOPER: “Blimey!  It’s Slimer!”
    Page 22 – Mad Minnie’s skin is yellow.
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