Cover Date: September 10th, 1988
Cover Price: 38p
Story: Phil Elliott (first story), John Carnell (second & fourth story), Dan Abnett (third story)
Pencils: Phil Elliott (first story), Brian Williamson (second & fourth story), Martin Griffiths (third story)
Inks: Bambos (first story), Dave Harwood (second & fourth story), Dave Hine (third story)
Colors: Stuart Place (first & second story), Paul Jacques (fourth story)
Letters: Bambos (first story), Hel (second & fourth story)
Spiritual Guide: Dan Abnett
Slimer: John Carnell & Bambos
Editor: Richard Starkings
Assistant Editor: Helen Stone
Cover: Martin Griffiths & Dave Hine
Ghostbusters' Secretary
Ghostbusters' Resident Ghost
Speed Sprite
Slimer’s Uncle
“Speed Demon”
    Winston notices his colleagues spend too much time lying about.  So, he takes it upon himself to enter them in a charity jogging race.  All goes well until Ray is called to duty by finding a sprite in some lady’s yard.  With no gear, Ray has to capture it by hand…but this sprite may prove to be a bit too quick for him.

“Spengler’s Spirit Guide”

“Pinball Wizard!”
    Peter passes by an arcade and is compelled to play their Ghostbusters pinball game.  Unfortunately, there’s more to the game that meets the eye as he’s sucked inside of it as soon as he begins to play!  Now, it’s become a game for his life as he tries to outrun the demonic pinballs within.

“Winston’s Diary”
Thursday, September 1st, 1988
    Peter and Winston respond to a call at a Carolina carnival where its conjuror, Denzel Higene, needed their help with a plague of demons.  Arriving and entering a trailer, they find themselves in the middle of a world gone mad with knights, World War II pilots and pink demons galore.  And the only way they can escape is to figure out Denzel’s ecto-sextant, the object responsible for the madness.

“Slime Buster!”
    The entire crew is sick, and they’ve just received an emergency call.  Slimer dons a pack and volunteers to take up the task.  Unfortunately, their customer asked for a Ghostbuster, not a Ghostbuster and demands they come to the house as well.  There, they find out the offending ghost’s connection to Slimer!

“Blimey!  It’s Slimer!”
    Slimer flies the friendly skies.
Special Features:
     Bio: The Giggling Ghoul.
     Slime Time! Jokes.
FYI: This issue shares its cover with NOW's Real Ghostbusters vol. 1 #25.

FYI: This was the first issue not to feature the characters on page 2.  Instead, there’s an ad for a Cadbury Curly Wurly Mad Message Pack.
FYI: “Blimey!  It’s Slimer!”
    Slimer flies Totally Weird Airlines, whose planes are marked with TWA.  There was a real airline with those initials, Trans World Airlines, whose assets were captured by American Airlines in 2001 after their third bankruptcy claim.  In short; it's out of business.
BLOOPER: “Speed Demon”
    Page 5 – Ray’s face is uncolored and his shorts are brighter redthan the rest of the story.
BLOOPER: “Speed Demon”
    Page 5 – Peter’s shorts are flesh colored.
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.