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Slimer! (1989) - #15
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Katherine ''Kate'' Llewellyn

Cover Artist(s):
Mark Braun
Jim Brozman
 

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Cover Date: July 1990
Cover Price: US $ 1.75

Issue Tagline: None.

Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue; 32 pages

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"Genie with the Light Green Slime" - Edit this story

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Writer(s):
Larry Parr

Penciller(s):
Mark Braun

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Jim Brozman

Colorist(s):
Kent Smith

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Patrick Williams

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Synopsis:
The old Indicott building has finally been torn down, and Rudy takes it upon himself to go digging through the rubble for possible treasures despite Slimerís protests. He manages to snag an old bottle before a construction worker chases him away. Checking in for work at the Hotel Sedgewick, Rudy and Slimer sneak off to clean the bottle and ultimately release a genie! Now the genie is free and has taken over the Hotel Sedgewick as his palace, leaving Rudy tied up and on his own.

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Writer(s):
John Carnell

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Anthony Williams

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Paul Marshall

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During the filming of their movie, the Ghostbusters take a spook break when a mummy crashes the set. The boys quickly deal with it, but Egon deduces that it was a costume brought to life by an entity somewhere else. The studio head reveals to them that special effects master Boris Carloff had died, and ever since his creations have been coming to life to wreck his films. The Ghostbusters agree to help and track down Borisí ghost. But, before they can get to him, they need to get past a warehouse full of his creations.

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This story was also featured in Marvel UK's Real Ghostbusters #42. The Boris Carloff featured in this issue was actually a reference to Boris Karloff, one of the staples of the horror movie genre in the early 20th Century.

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On the way home from a bust, Ecto-1 conks out leaving Ray and Winston stranded. Winston hitches a ride with a passing big rig so he could find a phone and get some help. Little does he know the driverís big secret.

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On the way home from a bust, Ecto-1 conks out leaving Ray and Winston stranded. Winston hitches a ride with a passing big rig so he could find a phone and get some help. Little does he know the driverís big secret.

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