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Slimer! (1989) - #1
Now Comics


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Cover Date: May 1989
Cover Price: US $ 1.75

Issue Tagline: None.

Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue; 32 pages

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Reprinted/Collected in:
Slimer! (1989) TPB vol. 01

Notes:
Parents had a problem with this kid-friendly issue featuring an ad for NOW’s Fright Night comic, which had a monster they felt was too scary for their children to see.

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"A Kindly Ghost" - Edit this story

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Writer(s):
Hilarie Staton - 'Hilary Staton'

Penciller(s):
David Schwartz

Inker(s):
Jorge Pacheco

Colorist(s):
Jorge Pacheco

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Jorge Pacheco

Editor(s):
Tony Caputo

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Ghostbusters

Synopsis:
It’s Ray’s birthday, and everyone is pitching in to throw him a big bash, even Slimer. However, party preparations get interrupted when the bell rings and the guys have to go out on a call. Slimer helps Janine in the kitchen until she needs to go to the store for an ingredient, leaving Slimer on his best behavior. However, a strange howling attracts him to a full ghost trap left in Egon’s lab. Moved by the spirit’s plea from within, Slimer releases Sparky the ghost. Sparky’s sole desire is to scare people and cause mischief. Slimer tries to keep him under control, but Sparky strikes out on his own when he deems him “un ghostly”, leaving Slimer with a mess to clean up.

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Writer(s):
Hilarie Staton - 'Hilary Staton'

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Gary Fields

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Gary Fields

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Gary Fields

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Jorge Pacheco

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Synopsis:
Slimer returns to the Hotel Sedgewick where a plumber’s convention was about to take place. His interest? A poster of a giant cake with a woman popping out. Enlisting the help of his friend Fred the dog, Slimer tries to infiltrate the hotel by any means necessary while ducking the hotel’s owner, crabby Mr. Grout, and get his just deserts!

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The Hotel Sedgewick is based off the fictitious Sedgewick Hotel where Slimer (known as “Onionhead” at the time) was busted during the first Ghostbusters movie.

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