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The other wanted poster features the Crimelord from "Ghost Busted". On Page 2, on the electric panel is Killerwatt from "Killerwatt".
On Egon's board is a newspaper article is by Cynthia Crawford. Also on the tack board is an early rendition of the Boogieman done by Dan Schoening in October and an early rendition of the Boogieman done by Tristan Jones.
On Page 11, Egon's fear is of the Boogieman and Peter's fear is of cockroaches, a likely nod to a fear shared by his animated counterpart in "Drool, the Dog Faced Goblin".
On Page 16, the method of sealing a Trap in cement in a crate resembles a strategy used in vain by the Real Ghostbusters in "The Cabinet of Calamari" against Harry Houdini.
On Page 4, behind Egon, under the shelf if the box of contaminated uniforms from "Citizen Ghost". On Page 8, the St.
Patrick's Day Parade banner on the light pole has a picture of the Mayor's Wife from "The Scaring of the Green" where she was the honorary grand marshal of the St.
Patrick's Day Parade. On Page 9, the bus that crashes down is visually based on the one Peter captures the Bus Driver Ghost in during the start of "Ghostbuster of the Year".
The business card seen in Volume 2 Issue 11 are still up, behind the counter. On Page 14, on one of the higher computers is the file on Shifter from "Partners in Slime".
Sandman, Dream Me a Dream" are running down the sidewalk behind the Ghostbusters. Egon is holding a P.
Slimer is clinging to the roof of Ecto The Icon Ghost is under the manhole cover. On Page 3, the Ghostbusters of the Future's suits are visually based on those worn by the action figures in Kenner's Fright Features toy line.
It is used at the end of Volume 2 20 as well. On the cabinet is Kenner's Ecto-Plazm. On Page 11, once again, part of the Dimensional Inverter is on the bottom shelf.
In the third panel, on the computer screen by Dana's shoulder is a screen from the computerized Tobin's Spirit Guide in "Not Now, Slimer!
On Page 6, Peter wears a yellow raincoat like his animated counterpart did in the back half "The Devil in the Deep".
Also from the episode is the power source Peter used for his thermal blaster attachment. On Page 11, above Egon on the white locker is the Sandman's bag and blowgun from "Mr.
On Page 14, in the cardboard box is a copy of the misspelled Weird Tales magazine from "Mr. On Page 15, Poso's file from "Partners in Slime" is on the computer.
Holding up the party flier is a magnet based on Killerwatt's host body in "Killerwatt". In Ghostbusters Volume 2 19 : The Subscription Cover is a homage to a scene from the first end credits sequence.
Behind Egon is the Dimensionometer from "Egon on the Rampage". On Page 2, on the bottom shelf is once again, part of the Dimensional Inverter from Egon's lab.
On Page 3, on the lower shelf, on the computer - is the screen from "I Am the City" during the Tobin search. Tiamat takes on the form of Necksa from "The Devil in the Deep".
On Page 6, in front of the sign is a can of Blody. On Page 8, the misspelled Weird Fiction is still in the box. It is from "The Collect Call of Cathulhu".
On Page 11, in panel 5, on the lower right, there is a Hasty Pastry Bakery box. It is from "The Joke's on Ray". On Page 15, once again the Containment Unit incorporates the biometric failsafe from "Mrs.
On the computer blue screen under the unit's biometric panel is the start screen of The Real Ghostbusters Game Boy game made by Activision.
On Page 6, Ray declares they have to manually vent the Containment Unit. Such a procedure was done before on "Buster the Ghost".
On Page 9, in the last panel on the left is Dr. In panel two, on Peter's right is the Demon in Picture from "Mrs.
On Page 17, on the screen left of the biometric failsafe pad of the Containment Unit is the scene of "Leave It to Woodchuck" in color from "Station Identification".
On Page 11, in the background is a water cooler with a Yuppie Water label. The product is from "Short Stuff".
On Page 12, Winston's question about the new device catching on fire is a nod to the Dimensional Inverter's animated counterpart routinely going on the fritz in The Real Ghostbusters.
Behind Kylie, on the kitchen sink once more, is the soap bottle with Double Bubble on it. In similar fashion, the Ghostbusters' animated counterparts on The Real Ghostbusters wore different colored jumpsuits.
On Page 19, the power source is based on the device Egon and Ray tinker with in the first introduction sequence of The Real Ghostbusters.
On Page 10, once again, the alarm is based on the version in The Real Ghostbusters. On Page 14, a store sign on the left references the Bone Dragon.
In panel 3, right of Kylie is the Dimensionometer "Egon on the Rampage". In panel 4, still on the whiteboard from last issue is the picture that comes with the Ghost Zapper projector toy from Kenner.
On Page 9, once again, the biometric protocol from "Mrs. Roger's Neighborhood" is attached to the Containment Unit. On the Subscription Cover, the Janine Melnitz of both universes are featured along with Egon Spengler from the prime canon.
Below Vigo is the Boogieman. At the bottom corners of the cover are Imps from "Janine's Day Off". Right of Winston Zeddemore is Killerwatt from "Killerwatt".
Below Killerwatt is Tolay from "Egon's Ghost". Below Tolay is Samhain. Left of Samhain is the Grundel. Right of Ray Stantz is the Sandman from "Mr.
On the Dramatis Personae page is Janine and Slimer despite them not appearing at all in the issue. He summarizes the back drop of the episode "Janine Melnitz, Ghostbuster".
Claudia's design is loosely based on Dahlia from "Moaning Stones". The Shoppers from "Cry Uncle" are all around Claudia in panel 2.
The location is based on the Garment District section seen in "Cry Uncle". On Page 4, Peter gets out his pen and pad seen in "Mrs.
Roger's Neighborhood" when they first enter the house set up by Wat. On Page 5, the page is lifted from "Janine Melnitz, Ghostbuster" starting at the mark when the Ghostbusters near Rockefeller on their way to Gracie Mansion and Peter asks Egon if he's figured out the source of the heightened activity.
On Page 6, the page is lifted from "Janine Melnitz, Ghostbuster" ending at the mark when the Ghostbusters crash and battle the Proteus-possessed Atlas statue.
The reporter's lines are lifted from "Janine Melnitz, Ghostbuster" at the to mark. In panel 1, on the TV is a scene from "Janine Melnitz, Ghostbuster" at around the mark when there is an overhead shot of the Ghostbusters firing at the ice around the Proteus-possessed Atlas statue.
In the middle of panel 1 is a frame of Shimabuku from "Moaning Stones". On Page 7, in panel 2, on the TV is a scene from "Janine Melnitz, Ghostbuster" at around the mark when the reporter goes onto the Rockefeller skate rink and asks Winston for a comment.
Panel 4 to 6 is based on the scene from "Janine Melnitz, Ghostbuster" at the to mark ending when Proteus zaps the Ghostbusters.
The left page is a partially completed version of the Diamond book's third page which featured "Troll Bridge". The blue bird Claudia is turned into is based on the one spooked by the two Stone Lions at the start of "Mrs.
The animated version does have brighter colors to it. On top of the foot lockers in panel 3 is a Real Ghostbusters Power Cycle.
The minion in the crystal ball is the Dark Entity from "Ragnarok and Roll". In Greek mythology, the Fates are the offspring of Ananke.
On Page 16, Proteus is in his bug form in panel 2, his wolf form in panel 4, and his shadow beast form in panel 5.
In the upper right, a photo of Boogieman seen in Volume 2 Issue Ray is amazed by the ectenic force of the possessed Atlas statue.
On Page 20, Ray RGB wants to build a teleportation unit, too, foreshadowing in hindsight , the appearance of the Transdimensional Portal during the events of "The Copycat".
Ghash first appeared in "Slimer, Come Home" but Ghash's design is based on its appearance in the Extreme Ghostbusters' title sequence.
On Page 7, Slimer is holding the meal stolen by his counterpart in "Citizen Ghost". Peter, from The Real Ghostbusters, alludes to an encounter with Vampires.
The team encountered them in "No One Comes to Lupusville". On Page 15, on the bottom of the page, to the left, are the Ghostbusters as seen in original pilot episode of The Real Ghostbusters.
On Page 16, on the right side are the Peoplebusters from "Flip Side". The skulls that line the pathways are the skulls of Captain Jack Higgins and his pirate crew from "Sea Fright".
Captain Jack's skull is in the upper left corner. Ray, from The Real Ghostbusters, is miscolored with Peter's jumpsuit colors.
This is a nod to occasional coloring mistakes that happened throughout the animated series. In panel 3, now visible on the chalkboard in the lower right, under Egon's, from The Real Ghostbusters, chin is a chalk drawing of the Trap from The Real Ghostbusters.
On Page 19, in panel 5, on the screen in front of the chalkboard is a grab of the introduction scene from The Real Ghostbusters Data East game that features the Ghostbusters entering the Firehouse from Ecto On Page 3, once more, the biometric scanner attached to the Containment Unit is visually based on the version from "Mrs.
On Page 4, across the hall in Egon's lab is the Dimensional Inverter. Egon is surprised the green ghost, from The Real Ghostbusters, was given a name.
On Page 5, in terms of continuity with "Janine Melnitz, Ghostbuster", this issue opens right after Slimer performed recon in the Containment Unit and was let back out by Janine.
Janine criticizes how her animated counterpart sounds like, a nod to the character's voice being recast later on in The Real Ghostbusters.
Ray alludes to The Erie. In the animated continuity, Slimer has met a mouse in "Spacebusters". In panel two, on the fireplace altar is Egon's brain in a jar from "The Copycat".
In panel two, the Particle Thrower's cord is missing -- a nod to classic animation errors on The Real Ghostbusters. The image on the screen is the opening shot of the episode, the Galileo Platform in space.
On the right, a photo of Marduk, in his true form, from "I Am the City". On the right, a photo of Tiamat from "I Am the City".
In the upper right, a photo of Boogieman Volume 2 Issue 12 panel 2. In panel 4, the yellow Post-It note references J. Michael Straczynski.
The last four digits of the phone number are his birth year, In panel 4, left of the device, is an Imp, the one with blue eyes, snout, and short horns, from "Janine's Day Off".
This was a nod to Winston, from The Real Ghostbusters, and his favorite minor league team, The Jaguars from "Night Game" On Page 18, in panel 1, hanging upside down on the chair in the office area is the sports page of the newspaper with the headline "They Lost Again" Janine was reading in "The Grundel" when she teased Egon about loving him most of all.
In panel 6, on top of the white closet is the box of contaminated jumpsuits from "Citizen Ghost".
On Page 1, in panel 1, the Icon Ghost hides his saw like he does in a bumper. In panel 3, the Icon Ghost crouches down and hides like he does in a bumper.
On Page 2, in panel 4, still draped on one of the office chairs is the newspaper Janine reads in "The Grundel", on top of the office drawers once again is the Genie's lamp from "Janine's Genie", and on Janine's desk is the back cover of the Weird Fiction magazine "Mr.
Like in the beginning of the episode, in this panel, he is reading his "Monsters Movies" magazine. On the big billboard is 'Attack of the B-Movie Monsters'.
Under the big billboard is a grab of the Ghostbusters fighting Kani at the beach shore. In panel 4, the third column of billboards in the middle are a blue vertical billboard with 'Yamani' with the 'ni' blocked by a dialogue balloon.
In panel 4, on the far right, on the red cap is Nori-ra. On Page 11, in panel 1 and 2, on the shelving on the left, there's the Kenner Proton Pack box on top and the Kenner Firehouse playset box on the middle shelf.
It was last seen in Issue 1. As in Issue 1, the blue bird is visually based on the one that appeared at the start of "Mrs. Roger's Neighborhood" and is scared off by the stone lions.
On Page 14, as a nod to animation errors on The Real Ghostbusters, the guys put their Electric Gloves back on in panel 2 but in the next panel they are gone again.
On Page 16, the page adapts from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Janine Melnitz, Ghostbuster" at about the to mark when Janine admits Proteus in his true form isn't bad looking to when she prepares to shoot the mirror the guys are trapped in.
On Page 18, the page adapts from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Janine Melnitz, Ghostbuster" at about the to mark when Janine is about to fire on the mirror to when Proteus' energy beam bounces around the room.
On Page 19, the page adapts from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Janine Melnitz, Ghostbuster" at about the to mark when Egon advises everyone to vacate the Erie up to when the Erie blows up.
The page adapts from "Janine Melnitz, Ghostbuster" at about the to mark when everyone gathers in the Firehouse, Egon thanks Janine, and Ray muses everything is back to normal.
The park scene is visually based on Battery Park in "The Scaring of the Green" when the Bog Hound appears behind two men on a park bench.
One of the men from that episode even appears. On the cover they are replaced with "Interdimensional Portal" and both teams of Ghostbusters dancing like in the end credits for The Real Ghostbusters and the "Ghostbusters" music video.
The logo uses the font of The Real Ghostbusters. The " Columbia Pictures Television Inc. All Rights Reserved" is kept the same.
The format remains the same: the character silhouettes, two panels, a brief summary, length approximation, acknowledgment of a soundtrack, the company logo in the lower left IDW for RCA but in the RCA font style , and 'color' in the lower right corner.
On Page 3, in panel 3, Egon mentions Proteus. In panel 4, a logo for Big Ed, Winston's father, appears on Winston's helmet. On panel 2, on the brown tack board are one of Peter's autographs from "Lights!
On panel 4, the doughnut on the plate may be a nod to the Ghostbusters' doughnut breakfast at the start of "Mr.
On Page 11, in panel 2, in the hallway, is a Kenner Real Ghostbusters toy line up in the big picture frame.
The Terror Trash Ghost is visible on the corner. On Page 12, in panel 2, on the brown tack board is a black and white advertisement for "The Halloween Door" TV special on the right.
On panel 3, on the top shelf are a Weird Fiction from "Mr. On the middle shelf are a miniature of the gold car and the Oscar Peter dreamed of in "Mr.
On Page 15, in panel 1, in the other room is the Easter Bunny from "Mr. On the far right is part of a Blody liter bottle is visible.
On Page 19, in panel 2, in the upper right is a list of Containment Unit parts that Egon read off for Peter to check in "Citizen Ghost" On Page 26, the manner in which the Ghostbusters are staged while floating in mid-air may be a nod to the effects of the Sandman's sleeping dust in "Mr.
The rogue Sandman from "Mr. In panel 4, on the far right is the gyro copter based on Ecto-2 that Ray and Jenny used in Volume 1 Issue On Page 33, Janine is in the classic Real Ghostbusters outfit.
On Page 14, in panel 2, behind Jenny is the Ecto The server with his back to the reader is visually based on Morganan, dressed as when he poses as an orderly, at the end of "Chicken, He Clucked" On the far right, with his back to the reader is Willis from "The Old College Spirit".
In panel 5, to Ray's right is small frame with a grab from The Real Ghostbusters Bumpers when the Icon Ghost is leaning against the logo whistling and does its "We now return On Page 8, in panel 2, on the far right is the stewardess from "Take Two" who threw Peter's luggage off the plane while they were over Cleveland.
In panel three, on the far right is the end of the world man from "Ragnarok and Roll". On Page 18, in panel 4, the Demon in Picture in human form from "Mrs.
Roger's Neighborhood" appears next to Winston like it did in the episode. On Page 19, the two helicopter pilots are visually based on the two pilots of the charter jet in "Take Two".
The pilot's roles are reversed. In "Take Two," the pilot with the thick mustache did the talking. In this issue, the red-headed pilot did the talking.
Faversham's Attic". In panel 5, on the newspaper, to the left of the Ghostbusters ad is an ad for Kenner's Fright Features line seen in the Schenectady Gazette on June 29, On Page 18, Peter chides Ray for dropping the rune artifact, a solid object, in a Trap.
Incidentally, on "Hanging by a Thread", the Ghostbusters also used a Trap to transport a solid object with paranormal properties, the Shears of Fate.
Roger's Neighborhood", is in the Ghostbusters' room. On Page 19, in panel 3, right of the table is the box for Kenner's Proton Pack toy.
On Page 5, in panel 3, several of the tourists talking to Ray are from the beginning half of the episode "The Ghostbusters in Paris": the man in the orange shirt taking a photo on the left and the man in the yellow shirt with the camera on the right were on the Eiffel Tower when The Ghosts of France were released, the man in olive green, left of the man in orange, was the painter who did a portrait of Peter, the blonde woman wearing a beret was a Parisian Peter talked to after the guys visited the Arc de Triomphe, the man in the apron, left of Ray, sat with the animated Ray in his restaurant and shared a laugh, and the man in the purple sweater smoking a pipe walked past the Ghostbusters' table outside a bistro.
On Page 10, in panel 2, the fountain station has the Blody art. On Page 15, in panel 1, the image of the Eiffel Tower on the poster is lifted from a dusk shot of it towards the end of "The Ghostbusters in Paris" when the Ghosts of France depart and follow the Ghostbusters.
In panel 4, on the television is the trapped elevator operator from the start of "The Ghostbusters in Paris" On Page 16, in panel 1, the ghosts appear to be loosely based on the later forms of the Imps from "The Joke's on Ray".
On Page 2, in panel 1, Ray has one of the P. Meters presumably left behind by the Real Ghostbusters in the Get Real mini-series that precedes this volume.
The Ghostbusters' flashlights appear to be visually based on a model used in "The Grundel". In panel 4, the portrait pays homage to Einstein's famous photo and the dream version that appears at the end of " Mr.
On Page 18, in panel 4, the tank's pedal is based on Kenner's Ghost Trap toy. On Page 20, the manner of Egon's displacement is visually inspired by his counterpart's in "Egon's Ghost".
In panel 3, on the right, is the Proton Shotgun from "Loose Screws". On Page 1, in panel 3, Janine is wearing an outfit her animated counterpart wore in "Ragnarok and Roll".
In panel 5, on the table left of Peter is a small Hasty Pastry Bakery box. Also present again are the snack box referencing the Pizza Ghost from The Real Ghostbusters Intro 2, the Einstein portrait based on his famous photograph and his design in "Mr.
On Page 6, in panel 5, the child yelling "Look out! The bald man in the suit in the middle is based on the Mayor who appears in the episode "Deadcon 1".
The men on the far left and far right of the panel - a slender man in orange and a man in a brown business suit are from "Adventures in Slime and Space".
They were slipping on Slimer's ectoplasm in Central Park. On Page 8, Ecto-1's CB radio and dashboard are designed as they appeared in the episode "Killerwatt".
On Page 10, in panel 1, still present attached to the Containment Unit is the biometric scanner from "Mrs.
On Page 12, in panel 2, Jenny asks if the Containment Unit can suck in ghosts. The animated series' version of the unit was capable of such a function.
In panel 2, the Kenner Ecto-Charger Pack box is on the white cabinet. Winston's bio mentions his love of baseball like his animated counterpart on The Real Ghostbusters who supports the Jaguars.
Right of Jenny's word balloon is the B. Receptacle from "Big Trouble with Little Slimer". In panel 3, the bag Winston eats from is visually based on the peanut bags from the private jet in the episode "Take Two".
On Page 8, Peter asks what Plan B is. On Page 20, in panel 2, on the right side of the table is the Ghost Tether from the episode "Partners in Slime".
On the far right is the Dimensionometer from "Egon on the Rampage". In Ghostbusters International 10 : On the Regular Cover and in this issue, the Ghostbusters are wearing the winter gear worn in "Cold Cash and Hot Water" On Page 1, Egon is once again armed with the Destabilizer from "Egon's Ghost" On Page 6, Egon's remarks in panel 2 is a nod to how multiple ghosts were trapped in one of his Traps each all the time with no ill consequence in episodes of The Real Ghostbusters.
On The Real Ghostbusters, the guys faced several entities of classification up to In panel 2, on the bottom screen, is the news anchor dressed as a clown from "When Halloween Was Forever".
On Page 15, Egon mentions Gozer and speaks of both teams' first encounters with it. The screen is set to the scene when Ivan Kirov states his crew is in good spirits as he records his captain's log at the beginning of the episode.
On Page 20, in panel 4, the Dimensionometer from "Egon on the Rampage" makes another non-canon cameo. Right of the Dimensionometer, is a can of Blody - a staple drink on the comic book series that was first advertised in "The Halloween Door".
On Page 21, the nature of the case appears to be a nod to the Kenner toy Fearsome Flush. Left of Janine, on the cabinet label is a reference to The Real Ghostbusters and , the year it premiered.
In panel 2, on the right on the paper, the Sandman from "Mr. Sandman, Dream Me a Dream" makes a non-canon cameo. In panel 2, Winston is eating a slice of blueberry pie.
Incidentally, blueberry fudge cake is a favorite of Winston's animated counterpart. On Page 9, in panel 3, one of the officers is visually based on Arsenio Hall.
On Page 31, Janine is wearing the yellow tank and orange skirt worn by her counterpart on The Real Ghostbusters. Janine's mention of triage came up in the episode "Janine Melnitz, Ghostbuster" which had a similar situation - Janine asked for help getting rid of ghosts in her apartment but they don't so she suits up herself without their clearance.
On Page 32, the tray of P. Meters includes the version from The Real Ghostbusters. In panel 3, to Pagan's left is a book about Samhain. On Page 48, the Real Ghostbusters make a cameo appearance.
On Page 7, in panel 2, on the table behind the teenagers is the Spooks Illustrated pull-out article seen at the end of the episode "Ghostbuster of the Year".
In panel 2, in the upper right corner on the drawing board is Dan Schoening's model sheet for the Boogieman from Ghostbusters: The Board Game.
In panel 4, on the right, is a Blody can. In panel 4, on Janine's computer screen, is the "Hi Toots On Page 12, in panel 1, on the top left monitor screen is the title card from the intro sequence of Slimer!
On Page 13, Cait is using a P. Meter from The Real Ghostbusters. On Page 13, in panel 1, on the table is a can of Blody. Roger's Neighborhood" is still attached to the Containment Unit.
In panel 4, in front of Cait is the Kenner Ecto In panel 5, the black box between Jenny and Cait in the background is the Slimer and The Real Ghostbusters Cereal with the Kenner toys advertisement on the back.
On Page 2, in panel 2, in the bottom right corner is the contaminated flight suits from "Citizen Ghost". In panel 4, behind the bald man in blue, Leda from "No On Comes to Lupusville" makes a non-canon cameo.
On Page 4, in panel 3, Jim eats out of a Ghostbusters Cereal box. On Page 12, in panel 3, on the cork board is an advertisement for a U.
Peter and Egon are in the third floor lab right of the Dimensional Inverter. The portal was previously shown to open in the sleeping quarters in Get Real Issue 3.
Peter alludes to Slimer. Egon is in his stock pink shirt civies. Above the slime jars is a can of Blody, a product advertised in "The Halloween Door".
The text on the cardboard box references Kenner's Ecto Glow Heroes line. On the cork board is display art for Squirrel's Slimer fruit flavored chew bars from the U.
On Page 7, In panel 2, the cardboard box atop the white locker now references Kenner's Fire Station Headquarters playset.
Below the 'we have our packs In panel 1, obscured by the Lexington Avenue text box, the name of the restaurant on the awning is Bobo's, a nod to Bobo's Restaurant in "Station Identification" On Page 2, the ghost is now in its combined form.
On Page 5, in panel 1, on the right, the ghost with the blue suit jacket on is one of the ghosts in the Garment District in "Cry Uncle".
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Scenes of the pilot can be seen in TV promos that aired prior to the beginning of the series. Among differences seen in the promo pilot, the Ghostbusters wore beige jumpsuits as in the film and the character design for Peter Venkman bore more of a resemblance to actor Bill Murray.
The character designs by Jim McDermott were dramatically different, with color-coded jumpsuits for each character. A different explanation for the change of actor for Peter Venkman came from Dave Coulier , who took over the role of Venkman from Music, who explained that Joe Medjuck , a producer on both the original film and the animated series, wanted the character to sound more like Bill Murray.
Although the Ghostbusters concept was tinkered with, the finalized show does feature many tie-ins from the films. In the season 1 episode "Take Two", the Ghostbusters fly to Hollywood to visit the set of a movie based on their adventures, which is revealed to be the movie at the end of the episode.
The Stay Puft Marshmallow Man makes numerous appearances. During the third season, Walter Peck, the Environmental Protection Agency antagonist from the original film, reappears.
The uniforms and containment unit are redesigned, and Slimer is changed from a bad ghost to a resident and friend, events which are explained in the episode "Citizen Ghost" that flashes back to what happened to the Ghostbusters right after the movie's events.
Gozer is mentioned repeatedly throughout the series, usually in comparison to a ghost they are currently battling e.
In the third season, some of the character designs were modified. Ray's character design was slimmed down to give the character a less overweight appearance and Slimer was given a tail instead of the formerly rounded bottom he reverted to a stub in season 6.
The biggest change was to the character of Janine, whose hair was completely changed from being short and spiky to long and straight.
Her overall design was softened, as was her personality. Her voice was also softened with Kath Soucie taking over the voice role from Laura Summer.
At the start of the series' fourth season in , the opening was completely redone to center around Slimer. Eventually the episodes were expanded from their original half-hour format to last an hour, and the overall feel of the show was changed to be more youthful, with episodes having a lighter tone to be less frightening.
Michael Straczynski was a story editor on the series, and wrote episodes for every season except four and seven.
Recording for the show took place in Los Angeles, California. The cast always recorded together, instead of separately.
The show originally aired on ABC for its full run, except for the second season, which ran in syndication at the same time as the third season ran on ABC.
The episodes on the cassettes were from the first season of syndication. In and again in , Sony released bare bones episode compilations in the United Kingdom and United States, respectively.
The DVD release of Ghostbusters II also included two episodes of the series as bonus features, "Citizen Ghost", a story focusing on events set immediately after the first movie , and "Partners in Slime" this episode has the original broadcast version and the original end logos—DiC "Kid In Bed" and Columbia Pictures Television logos, respectively , which featured the psycho-active slime from Ghostbusters II and a brief mention of its villain Vigo the Carpathian.
On May 27, , Time Life announced they had acquired the home video rights to the series and would release a complete series set on DVD in the Fall of Both featured lenticular printing , the firehouse version to show the Ecto-1 and the black version to have oozing "slime".
Volumes 4 and 5 were not released due to poor sales. The Time Life releases have been discontinued and are now out of print.
Volumes 1—5 each containing 11 or 12 episodes were released on July 5, Additionally, title cards were removed from all episodes in the first 5 volumes title and writer credits were superimposed over the animated opening.
It premiered on September 1, and ran for forty episodes until its conclusion on December 8, Set several years after the end of The Real Ghostbusters , the series opened by saying the team has disbanded due to a lack of supernatural activity.
Only Egon remains in the firehouse, along with Slimer, to care for the containment system while teaching classes at a local university.
When supernatural events begin occurring in New York, Egon recruits four of his university students as a new team of Ghostbusters, and Janine, also one of Egon's students, returns to manage the office.
The original Ghostbusters return for the two-episode season finale to celebrate Egon's 40th birthday, leading to them reluctantly working together with the younger generation to solve one last case.
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