Cover Date: December 3rd, 1988
Cover Price: 38p
Story: Sue Flaxman (first & fourth story), John Carnell (second story), Ian Rimmer (third story)
Pencils: Kev Hopgood (first story), Anthony Williams (second & third story), Martin Griffiths (fourth story)
Inks: Dave Hine (first story), Anthony Williams (second story), Dave Harwood (third story), Martin Griffiths (fourth story)
Colors: Stuart Place
Letters: Hel, Stub (fourth story)
Spiritual Guide: Dan Abnett
Slimer: Bambos
Editor: Helen Stone
Art Assistant: Chris Matthews
Cover: Anthony Williams & Dave Harwood
Ghostbusters' Secretary
Ghostbusters' Resident Ghost
Full-torso Apparition
Winston’s Aunt
Co-ed Nightmare!
“Haunted Melodies”
    On one of the more rare occasions in Ghostbusters history, Janine and Egon are out on an actual date.  Janine tries to keep it lively, but Egon sits slumped, horribly out of place.  Regardless, Janine’s eager to make the best of it…until Egon accidentally trips a waiter and in the process of helping him clean up, his PKE Meter falls from his suit and becomes active.  Lost in its readings, Egon forgets all about Janine and follows his meter around the restaurant until he unearths a spook living inside the restaurant’s piano!  Now, Egon has two battles ahead of him; facing a ghost without his equipment and a woman scorned!

“Spengler’s Spirit Guide” Part 25
    Discussing earlier ecto containment units.

“One of the Family”
    Winston’s Aunt has come for a visit, but upon seeing the state of the firehouse she decides to stay for a while and fix the boys up.  It’s the relative from hell as she turns the Ghostbusters’ lives upside-down.  The final straw comes when she almost shuts down the containment unit!  They have to find a way to get rid of her before she inadvertently blows up New York…or them!

“Winston’s Diary”
Wednesday, 30 December 1988
    Winston and Egon head out to New Jersey to answer a call from an old man about his TV being haunted.  They soon discover that the ghost takes characters from one show and transplants them in others creating a massive TV jumble.  Egon figures out a way to get the ghost out, but needs their packs to do it.  Once the ghost is free, however, it only leaves the question on how the defenseless Ghostbusters would deal with it.

“Sorority Slimer!”
    Business has seemed to die out, no pun intended, and the Ghostbusters find themselves in dire straights.  Good ol’ Slimer decides to help out by “haunting” a local sorority.  However, his presence attracts a REAL ghost from the sorority’s basement who’s more than happy to pick up where the spud will leave off.

“Blimey!  It’s Slimer!”
    Slimer’s out for a bit of fox haunting.
Special Features:
    Bio: The Inspectre.
FYI: This issue shares its cover with NOW’s Real Ghostbusters #24.

FYI: “Haunted Melodies” was also featured in NOW’s Slimer! #14.

FYI: “One of the Family”
     Page 11-EGON: “We were less than 14 nanoseconds away from a catastrophe of near Biblical proportions!”
     Biblical proportions seems to be the favored way of discussing anything relating to the ghosts getting loose from the ECU, starting with the first movie.

FYI: “Winston’s Diary”
     Page 13-“…one of the Golden Girls was playing American football.  Better still, she’d just caught a touchdown pass from Joe Montanna.”
     The Golden Girls was a show from the mid 80s about four young-at-heart women sharing a home in Miami, Florida starring Beatrice Arthur, Betty White, Rue McClanahan and Estelle Getty.  
     Joe Montana was an award winning quarterback who was known for rallying his teams to come-behind victories and currently holds several career records.  Also, note that the Football game was described as American football.  This was done for clarification towards their British audience as Europe has their own version of football known as soccer in the United States.
Ghostbusters, Ghostbusters II and all related characters TM & (c) Columbia Pictures Inc.
The Real Ghostbusters (c) Marvel Comics LTD.
NYGB Comicguide TM & (c) 2005 Atomic Media Group.