Cover Date: September, 1988
Cover Price: $1.75
Story: James Van Hise
Pencils: John Tobias
Inks: Brian Thomas
Colors: Rich Powers
Letters: Jim Massara
Editor-in-Chief: Tony Caputo
Cover: Ken Steacy & Andrew Pratt
Ghostbusters' Resident Ghost
Submarine Sandwich Ghost
Time Explorer
Time Explorer
Time Explorer
Time Explorer
Time Traveling Creature
     Plans come together as the time travelers release Captain Nemo in exchange for the location of his ship, the Nautilus, and its power source.  Their goal: to destroy the Earth of today to make their time to their liking!  Meanwhile, Sl’g, their former mentor, finds Winston and they enlist each other’s aid to track down the rest of the Ghostbusters to stop Sl’g’s former assistants.  But, another problem arises when all are said and accounted for except for Ray, who’s somewhere in outer space!
Special Features:
     Bonus pin-up.
FYI: Page 3
    Sl’g: “Are you troubled by strange noises in the night?  Do you experience feelings of dread in your basement or attic?  Have you or your family actually seen a spook, specter or ghost?  If the answer is yes, then don’t wait another minute.  Pick up the phone and call the professionals…”
    Sl’g makes a semi-direct quote from the very first Ghostbusters commercial used in the movie done by the original trio, Egon, Peter and Ray.

    Sl’g: “I trusted it would be a more acceptable introduction than Klattau Barrada Nikto…”
    "Klattau Barrada Nikto" is a famous and often reused line from the 1951 movie The Day The Earth Stood Still.  

FYI: Page 6-
    Peter: “’School’s out, no bummers.  School’s out so neatly…”  I never could remember the words to that song.”
    Peter badly tries to sing School’s Out by Alice Cooper.

FYI: Page 14-
    Peter: “Oh no!  He’s been kidnapped by slavering space monsters!  He’s probably waking up right now and finding out his cellmate is Elvis’ brain…or Sigourney Weaver!”
    Peter makes a reference to Sigourney Weaver in regards to her role as Ellen Ripley from the Aliens series, where she plays a woman forced to become a deep-space commando.  She also played Dana Barrett in the Ghostbusters movie.

    Peter: “Maybe I’m being hasty because of the smelly green slime and the Jabba-The-Hutt look, but aren’t you a space mons…er, alien?”
    Jabba-The-Hutt was the slug-like alien that enslaved Princess Lea in Star Wars: Return of the Jedi (1983).

    Peter: “What’s with this ‘take it easy, Peter’?  Ray’s probably been adopted by the Coneheads, and I’m supposed to take it easy?”
    The Conheads are a family of aliens living on Earth posing as people from France.  Dan Aykroyd, co-creator and star of Ghostbusters who played Ray Stantz, created and starred in the Coneheads in sketches on “Saturday Night Live” and in a feature film.
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