Cover Date: October 21st, 1989
Cover Price: 40p
Story: John Carnell, John Freeman (third story), Andrew Donkin & Graham S. Brand (fourth story)
Pencils: Ilya (first story), Anthony Williams (second & fourth story), Brian Williamson (third & fifth story)
Inks: Lesley Dalton (first story), Bambos (second & fifth story), Dave Harwood & Robin Bouttell (third story), Anthony Williams (fourth story)
Colors: Stuart Place, Andrew Mair (fifth story)
Letters: Hel (first story), Bambos (second & fifth story), Stub (fourth story)
Spiritual Guide: Dan Abnett
Slimer: Bambos
Dead True: Bambos & Memlie
Editor: Stuart Bartlett
Assistant Editor: Peri Godbold
Cover: Brian Williamson, Dave Harwood & Robin Bouttell
Ghostbusters' Secretary
Ancient Pharaoh
Ghostbusters' Resident Ghost
“Curse That Pharaoh”
    The Ghostbusters are called in to investigate the supernatural theft of artifacts belonging to King Tutt Tutt.  They soon discover the Pharaoh himself emerges from a dimension within a scroll on the wall to reclaim his possessions.  Now to get the items back, the Ghostbusters have to follow him into his 2-D world and take heed of the writing on the wall.

“Spengler’s Spirit Guide” Part 71
    B.H. Lugcroft’s Great Discovery.

“Dead True!”
    The jungle takes revenge on the cruelty of an old crone in the form of were-jaguars!

“Weird Science”
    Egon reads a book about weird scientific phenomenon, specifically about frequently used technology taking on human characteristics.  That theory is put to the test when a ghost tries to ambush him and his proton pack comes to life to deal with the problem!

“Winston’s Diary”
Thursday, 12th October 1989
    The Ghostbusters get an anonymous gift of flowers.  As anonymous gifts tend to go with them, the flowers turn out to be ghosts looking to release prisoners from the containment unit.  What makes matters worse is they come complete with a psychic shield that protects them from the proton packs!

    Janine wants Egon to notice her, so she and Slimer decide to get a make-over together.  Unfortunately, things don’t always go as planned.

“Blimey!  It’s Slimer!”
    Slimer accidentally reads a horror bedtime story to a friend’s kid.

“False Alarm”
    Winston’s been the victim of numerous false alarms during the night, so he decides to fix the firehouse’s bell…with his blaster!
Special Features:
    Slime Time! Jokes.
FYI: “Spengler’s Spirit Guide”
    B.H. Lugcroft is a play on the name of the science fiction author H.P. Lovecraft.
FYI: “Weird Science” was also the name of a 1985 movie where two teenagers use a computer to bring a doll to life as their ideal woman.
FYI: “Weird Science”
    The book Egon reads’ title is a quote from act 3 of Hamlet, a play written by the playwright parodied in the author’s name William Shakespeare.
FYI: “Winston’s Diary”
    Page 15JANINE: “Anyway, this one’s got aphids on it.”
    Aphids are tiny plant-feeding insects.
FYI: “Head-Over-Heels!”
    Page 17 JANINE: “And this dress is really from ‘Dynasty’?”
    EMPLOYEE: “Episode 207, the one where Joan Collins is nice to somebody for two minutes.”
    Dynasty was a prime-time soap opera about a wealthy oil family living in Denver, Colorado, that ran from 1981-89.  Joan Collins played Alexis Carrington on the show and actually did NOT appear in episode #207 entitled “Delta Woe.”  
FYI: “Head-Over-Heels!”
    Page 18JANINE: “Could you make me look like Kylie Minogue?”
    Kylie Minogue is an Australian singer-songwriter and actress.
    Cover – The Ghostbusters’ boots are green.
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The Real Ghostbusters (c) Marvel Comics LTD.
NYGB Comicguide TM & (c) 2007 Atomic Media Group.