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IDW Publishing Comics-
Ghostbusters 9
GhostbustersIssueNineOngoingCoverA
Release Date May 30, 2012 [1]
June 13, 2012 (RI-B Covers) [2]
Publisher IDW Publishing
Story Writer(s) Erik Burnham,
Tristan Jones
Penciler(s) Dan Schoening
Colorist(s) Luis Antonio Delgado
Letterer(s) Neil Uyetake
Editor(s) Tom Waltz
Front Cover Artist(s) Cover: Dan Schoening
Luis Antonio Delgado
Tristan Jones
Mike Henderson
Mickey Clausen
Peter Zaragoza

Ghostbusters 9 is the ninth issue in an ongoing Ghostbusters comic book series by IDW Publishing.

PlotEdit

New York City doesn't have a monopoly on the supernatural, and it was only a matter of time before apparitions in other areas were enhanced by the expansion of psychokinetic energy! Haunted America finds the Ghostbusters venturing out far beyond the comfortable confines of the Empire State. So grab some snacks and get ready... it'll be the most spirited road trip of the year! [3]

CastEdit

Haunted America Part OneEdit

Mayor

Walter Peck

Peter Venkman

Ray Stantz

Winston Zeddemore

Crybaby Ghost

Egon Spengler

Spirit of Detroit

Goddess of Belle Isle

Gremlins

Mayor of Detroit

The Prosecutor

Jones

Red Gnome

Fort Wayne Army

Jimmy

Ron Alexander

George Royer

Major-General Anthony Wayne

Who Killed Laura Parr? Part OneEdit

Laura Parr

Phantom Truck Driver

Zeke

Peter Venkman

EquipmentEdit

Haunted America Part OneEdit

Proton Pack

Particle Thrower

Trap

Ecto-2

Ecto-1a

Portable Ecto-Containment Unit

Ron's Proton Pack

Who's Who in the Spirit World

Who Killed Laura Parr? Part OneEdit

Phantom Big Rig

Ecto-1a

LocationsEdit

Haunted America Part OneEdit

New York City Hall

Crybaby Bridge

Detroit

Coleman A. Young Municipal Center

Belle Isle

Fort Wayne

Who Killed Laura Parr? Part OneEdit

Devil's Bend

DevelopmentEdit

On January 15, 2012, Tristan Jones tweeted he just finished up the lines on the first cover to this year's upcoming Ghostbusters event (the #9-12 arc) and would soon start on the second.[4] Jones counted 19 easter eggs on the cover, all from the same episode with three from non-Ghostbusters sources.[5]

On January 18, 2012, Tristan Jones tweeted he submitted his Issue #9 cover to Luis Delgado for coloring. Jones noted it was "Longest I've spent on a single piece in ages... and that was before flatting it!" He also appeared to cryptically hinted at what's on it: 23 gremlins, 14 ghosts, Ecto-1 and a city skyline covered in goo.[6][7]

On January 23, 2012, Tristan Jones posted Cover B.[8] References include the Eye Visor Ghost, Mee-Krah, Azetlor (Stylized Version), Gremlins from both "Don't Forget the Motor City" and "Grease," the Gremlin from Merrie Melodies, Ecto-1, Psychomagnotheric Slime, Generous Motors, the Ghostbusters II logo on one of the stamps, and the address marked for Walter Peck at Paranormal Contracts Oversight Commission headquarters in City Hall.[9]

On February 23, 2012, Erik Burnham tweeted he was currently writing the script for Issue #9.[10]

On March 1, 2012, Erik Burnham tweeted one of Dan Schoening's ghost designs is "really creepy." [11]

On March 3, 2012, in a prerecorded interview, Erik Burnham revealed Tom Waltz wanted one of the cities to be Detroit. One of Waltz' reasons was there is a haunted army base in the city.[12]

On March 5, 2012, Erik Burnham confirmed the story was set in Fort Wayne.[13] Burnham also tweeted he was working on a rewrite of the script.[14]

On March 14, 2012, Dan Schoening tweeted he was doing some work on Issue #9.[15]

On April 2, 2012, Erik Burnham tweeted he just read the proof to Issue #9.[16] Tristan Jones posted a panel of his story from #9, colored by Luis Delgado, and finished drawing another page.[17][18]

On May 10, 2012, the release date was moved from May 16 to May 23.[19] Dan Schoening confirmed Issue #9 will "come with a custom drawn post card from Tristan Jones depicting your local comic shop's home town." [20][21][22][23]

On May 14, 2012, AJ Quick of Ghostbusters Fans posted the RI cover variant by Mike Henderson.[24]

On May 17, 2012, Erik Burnham tweeted the general release date looks to be delayed again, this time to May 30.[25]

On May 25, 2012, a preview of the A, B, RIA covers, credits page, and the first seven pages was posted.[26] Tristan Jones hinted the notion of franchises will be brought up in the "Who Killed Laura Parr?" stories.[27]

On May 30, 2012, Luis Delgado posted unlettered versions of pages 5, 6, and 17.[28][29][30]

On June 4, 2012, Erik Burnham revealed while the story itself takes place in mid-June, the issue being released after Memorial Day felt appropriate.[31][32]

On June 26, 2012, Dan Schoening posted a look into the process of making a page in Issue #9 from research to sketch to penciling to model clean up, and final colors by Luis Delgado. The bridge was inspired by one near Doylestown, Ohio, in an area known as Rogue's Hollow - part of actual crybaby bridge lore.[33]

Sketch CoversEdit

DevelopmentEdit

There are 57 of a possible 250 total sketch covers.[34]

On January 23, Tristan Jones revealed if stores order 50 copies of #9, he will also be doing personalized cover sketches as the 50th incentive.[35]

On February 24, 2012, Tristan Jones confirmed the 1:50 sketch covers, the same type as the 250 RI-B covers Dan Schoening did for Ghostbusters: Infestation 1, will have a postcard theme.[36]

On April 16, 2012, Tristan Jones tweeted he "just found out I may be doing a very large number of sketch covers for Ghostbusters 9." [37]

On April 30, 2012, Tristan Jones revealed he will be doing 250 sketch covers.[38]

On May 8, 2012, Tristan Jones tweeted he was "roughing out some of the 250 Ghostbusters covers" he's going to work on later on in the month.[39]

On May 11, 2012, Tristan Jones tweeted he was starting work on the first of 250 sketch covers.[40]

On May 14, 2012, AJ Quick of Ghostbusters Fans noted the sketch covers "won't be delivered for a month or so after #9 is released." [41] The current tentative release date for the RI-B sketch covers is June 13, 2012.[42]

On May 15, 2012, Tristan Jones revealed what 11 of the RI-B covers will be.[43]

On May 21, 2012, Tristan Jones tweeted he received the first 50 blank copies of Issue #5 for the sketch covers.[44][45][46]

On May 22, 2012, Tristan Jones tweeted the rest of the blank covers arrived.[47]

On May 24, 2012, Tristan Jones started a Tumblr page that will serve as a gallery of his RI-B cover variants.[48] Jones posted a variant for All Star Comics in Melbourne first, then a four variants for Graham Crackers Comics.[49][50][51][52][53] The Graham Cracker Comics Wheaton cover references the Blue Brothers. It is the birthplace of John Belushi and Donald "Duck" Dunn.[54]

On May 25, 2012, Tristan Jones posted two more RI-B variants for Graham Crackers Comics.[55][56]

On May 26, 2012, Tristan Jones posted two more RI-B variants for Graham Crackers Comics.[57][58]

On May 27, 2012, Tristan Jones posted one more RI-B variant for Graham Crackers Comics featuring the Rookie and a variant for Jim Hanley's Universe in New York, featuring Ecto-2 in an homage to the episode of The Real Ghostbusters titled "Adventures in Slime and Space".[59][60]

On May 28, 2012, Tristan Jones posted two more RI-B variants - one for Midtown Comics and one for Carolina Comics, Inc.[61][62] Jones also mentioned a Portland variant and has an idea on incorporating his favorite urban myth into a variant.[63][64]

On May 29, 2012, Tristan Jones posted two more RI-B Variants - one for Austin Books and Comics and one for Things From Another World.[65][66]

On June 4, 2012, Tristan Jones posted an RI-B Variant for Lone Star Comics Arlington.[67]

On July 20, 2012, Paul Rudoff, creator and webmaster of Spook Central, revealed one of the RI-B variants will be one for Spook Central.[68]

On July 23, 2012, Tristan Jones posted four RI-B Variants for Wade's Comic Madness, Mail Order Comics, and G-Mart.[69][70][71][72]

On August 1, 2012, Tristan Jones posted three RI-B variants for Ghostbusters Fans, P.P.F. Comics, and Midtown Comics. The Midtown variant features Venk-Man, Tempus and a Superman homage. The P.P.F. variant features Janine Melnitz, Kylie Griffin, and the Bad-To-The-Bone Ghost.[73][74][75]

On August 2, 2012, Tristan Jones posted two RI-B variants for Funny Books, Comics & Stuff and Midtown Comics. The Midtown variant features Boogaloo and Ray's Occult Books. The Funny Books variant features the Jersey Devil.[76][77]

On August 5, 2012, Tristan Jones posted three RI-B variants for Graham Cracker Comics, Ghostbusters Fans, and Amazing Stories Comics. The Ghostbusters Fans cover features several of the staff and regular members, including Ghostbusters Wiki admins, Devilmanozzy and Mrmichaelt, holding a copy of Tobin's Spirit Guide.[78][79][80][81]

On August 10, 2012, Tristan Jones revealed he had four more covers left to complete but still needs to "tweak and touch up a couple and scan them all in." [82]

On August 11, 2012, Tristan Jones posted three RI-B variants for Midtown Comics, Amazing Stories, and New World Collectibles. This Amazing Stories variant features the Marr Residence in Saskatoon.[83][84][85]

On August 12, 2012, Tristan Jones posted three RI-B variants for Amazing Stories, Lone Star Comics Plano, and Tyson Schneider, Inc. The Plano variant features the city's logo and water tower. The third and last Amazing Stories features Beetlejuice and several characters from the movie of the same name. The Tyson variant features the giant Werechicken, a Werechicken ghost, and several chickens from "Chicken, He Clucked" [86][87][88]

On August 17, 2012, Tristan Jones posted three RI-B variants for Drawn to Comics, Lone Star Comics, and Spook Central. The Drawn to Comics variant features the Earp Gang and the Spook Central variant features Kylie Griffin, Janine Melnitz, Slimer near Janine's Car, "GB1 ZUL" license plate from What in Samhain Just Happened?!, the original retro Spook Central logo, the No Ghost logo ghost, and the Radioactive Ghost.[89][90][91][92] Jones stated all the RI-B variants were done and on their way back to IDW Comics. They should start appearing in stores very soon.[93]

On August 19, 2012, Tristan Jones posted two RI-B variants for Phoenix Comics and Toys and Sci-Fi Genre LLC. The Sci-Fi Genre variant features the Tombstone Tackle toy from Kenner's Haunted Humans line.[94][95]

On August 20, 2012, Tristan Jones posted two RI-B variants for Zapps Comics & Cards, featuring the New Jersey Parallelogram, and That's Entertainment, featuring the Boogieman and Junior Ghostbusters.[96][97]

On September 26, 2012, Tristan Jones tweeted he was back to work on covers and posted a preview of one.[98] Jones later posted the cover, featuring My Little Pony.[99]

On January 7, 2013, Tristan Jones tweeted some of the sketch covers were apparently lost in transit.[100]

On March 24, 2013, Dan Schoening revealed the special cover he did to help raise money for Paul Rudoff (Spook Central) and his family after the devastation caused by Hurricane Sandy. The cover sold for $350 on eBay to Tristan Boutros. It includes cameos by Slimer, Sandman, Wat, Samhain, Grundel, Hob Anagarak, Boogieman, Zunk, Slug, Snarg, Big with Mean Teeth Ghost from the Real Ghostbusters intro sequence and the chair from the Kenner's Ecto-1.

List of Sketch CoversEdit

In order they are revealed

  • All Star Comics - Melbourne, Australia
  • Graham Crackers Comics: 10 total
    • St. Charles, Illinois
    • Plainfield, Illinois
    • Edgewater, Illinois
    • Wheaton, Illinois
    • Lakeview, Illinois
    • Downers Grove, Illinois
    • Dekalb, Illinois
    • Naperville, Illinois
    • Chicago Loop, Illinois
    • Online - Pre-ordered and specially designed for Tristan Boutros of Kitchener, Ontario, Canada
  • Jim Hanley's Universe - New York, New York
  • Midtown Comics: 4 total
    • Times Square, New York
    • New York City, New York
    • Grand Central, New York City, New York
    • Downtown, New York, New York
  • Carolina Comics Inc. - Durham, North Carolina
  • Austin Books and Comics - Austin, Texas
  • Things From Another World - Milwaukie, Oregon(Portland Cover)
  • Wade's Comic Madness - Levittown, Pennsylvania
  • Mail Order Comics - Gretna, Nebraska
  • G-Mart - Chicaco, Illinois
  • Discount Comic Book Service - Fort Wayne, Indiana
  • P.P.F. Comics - West Palm Beach, Florida
  • Ghostbusters Fans: Two [101]
  • Funny Books, Comics & Stuff - Lake Hiawatha, New Jersey
  • Amazing Stories Comics - Saskatoon, Canada: Three total [102]
  • New World Collectibles LLC - Detroit, Michigan
  • Tyson Schneider, Inc. - Oviedo, Florida
  • Lone Star Comics: 2 Total
    • Plano, Texas
    • Hurst, Texas
  • Drawn to Comics - Glendale, Arizona
  • Spook Central - Long Island, New York
  • Phoenix Comics and Toys - Sterling, Virginia
  • Sci-Fi Genre LLC - Durham, North Carolina
  • Zapp Comics & Cards - Wayne, New Jersey
  • That's Entertainment - Worcester, Massachusetts
  • All the Pretty Ponies

TriviaEdit

  • Page One
    • In panel two, obscured by the Mayor's word balloons on the left side, is the painting "Gainsborough's Blue Boy," in reference to Ghostbusters II, when Janosz Poha compared Vigo to it.
    • Walter Peck's line about being underestimated is from a previous appearance.
  • Page Two
    • The Crybaby Ghost is a reference to the Crybaby Bridge urban legend from various states, including Ohio.[103]
  • Page Three
    • When Winston enters Ecto-2, in the last panel there's a mini-dry erase board. On it are the list of parts of the animated Containment Unit that Egon read off in "Citizen Ghost" to Peter. Sort of a running gag, they were also on Egon's board in Issue #8. Except this time, the transwarp drive is crossed out.
  • Page Four
  • Page Five
    • Featured is the Spirit of Detroit statue, the Goddess of Belle Isle from local lore, and Gremlins from "Don't Forget the Motor City" and "Grease".
    • The right of the Gremlins is part of the Winston Car's face from "Don't Forget the Motor City"
    • As Ecto-1a and Ecto-2 pass the Spirit of Detroit, the flags on display are of OCP, Omni Consumer Products from the Robo-Cop franchise.
    • The footprints by the Spirit of Detroit may be a reference to a local prank.
  • Page Six
    • The Prosecutor from Ghostbusters II appears as one of the Mayor's aides
    • The American and Detroit flags hang behind the Mayor
    • A portrait of Mr. Abernathy from "Don't Forget the Motor City" hangs behind the Mayor
    • An Enforcement Droid Series 209 from the Robo-Cop franchise is on the shelf to the left of Peter
    • A Robo-Cop bust is under the television set.
  • Page Seven
    • A portrait of Aretha Franklin is also up on the wall
    • The Mayor refers to a Red Gnome incident, the Nain Rouge from local Detroit lore
    • The Generous Motors from "Don't Forget the Motor City" is on the spine of one of the books on the Mayor's desk
    • Peter mentions the Detroit Red Wings NHL team
  • Page Eight
    • Ron tests his equipment on a Crash Test Dummy
    • The Crash Test Dummy is based on Larry the Crash Test Dummy, who was voiced by Lorenzo Music one of the voices of the animated Peter Venkman
    • On the dummy is the logo of the Filmation Ghostbusters
    • A figurine of the title character of Walley World from "National Lampoon's...Vacation" movies is to the right of the dummy
    • The head of the pig costume worn by Griswold at the start of "National Lampoon's European Vacation" is on the chimney altar behind Ron
    • On the table behind Jimmy is one of the hats from "The Three Amigos!"
    • The pop art painting behind Ron and Jimmy is based on the Walley World logo from the "National Lampoon's...Vacation" movies
  • Page Nine
  • Page 10
    • When Ray approaches Fort Wayne, he first talks to two ghosts posted as guards. The ghosts are based on Eugene Levy and Ben Stein.
    • Ray poses as Colonel John Hall, a character from the late 1950s show "The Phil Silvers Show" Hall, portrayed by Paul Ford, was an beleaguered post commander of Fort Baxter in Kansas.
    • In the Sgt. Bilko movie, Day Aykroyd portrayed Colonel John Hall.
  • Page 11
    • In the last panel, near the munitions pile is Luis Delado's '15' easter egg.
  • Page 12
  • Page 14
    • Halliwell from "Masquerade" appears to the left of the ghosts
  • Page 15
    • Chris Stewart of Proton Charging appears as one of the ghosts on surrounding Ray. He is on Ray's immediate left.[104]
    • Mrmichaelt of Ghostbusters Wiki appears as one of the ghosts on the right surrounding Ray [105]
    • Devilmanozzy of Ghostbusters Wiki appears as one of the ghosts on the left surrounding Ray.
  • Page 17
    • One of the ghosts mentions he served with General Custer famed for his last stand at the Battle of the Little Bighorn in 1876
  • Page 18
    • After being at full mast, the flag is suddenly at half-mast.
  • Page 21
    • Peter mentions getting Coneys, Coney Island Hot Dog was founded in Detroit, Michigan and has several restaurants in the Midwest USA
    • Ray refers to a past bust involving Peter trapping the ghost of Gandhi, famous Indian civil rights leader who promoted non-violent protest.
  • Page 24
    • The man on the radio mentions Kiss' single "Detroit Rock City" from their Destroyer album.
      • The single is about a real Kiss fan who was killed in a car accident on his way to a Kiss concert.
      • The single was released on July 28, 1976.
  • Page 25
    • The man on the radio also jokingly refers to his two guests from Philadelphia, Hall & Oates, with a "Haul'n" pun.
    • Laura listens to the song "I Cheat the Hangman" from The Doobie Brothers rock band from their 1975 studio album "Stampede."
      • It was released as a single on November 12, 1975.[106]
      • The song featured a Civil War ghost returning home who didn't know he was dead.
  • Page 28
  • Page 29
    • Peter is dressed like how his animated counterpart did on The Real Ghostbusters' "Camping it Up" [107]
    • Behind Peter is a poster for the 1971 movie "Duel." The story involved a motorist being stalked on a remote stretch of road by an unseen driver of a mysterious tanker truck.
    • Also behind Peter is a poster for IDW Comics' "Road Rage," a story about a motorcycle gang pursued by an unseen assailant in a big rig truck.
  • Cover B
    • An incidental ghost from the Real Ghostbusters intro and Mee-Krah from "Standing Room Only" are in the "R"
    • The Stylized version of Azetlor from Ghostbusters: The Video Game is in the "I"
    • Psychomagnotheric Slime drips behind Ecto-1
    • Gremlins from "Don't Forget the Motor City" mess with Ecto
    • On Ecto's hood is the Gremlin from "Grease"
    • On the bumper is the Gremlin from Merrie Melodies
    • Referenced in writing is Generous Motors and Walter Peck's PCOC address at City Hall
    • One of the stamps references Ghostbusters II
    • In Ghostbusters #14, on page 22, in the left corner of the page is part of Issue #9's Cover B
  • Cover RI-A
    • The cover is an homage to "The Exorcist"

External linksEdit

ReferencesEdit

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  9. Tristan Jones deviantArt #9 "Haunted America" Cover B 1/23/12
  10. erikburnham Tweet 2/23/12
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  12. Comic Book Late Night 3/3/12, 59:33-59:40
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  33. Dapper Dan Schoening "Haunted America Pt1 Process" 6/26/12
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  100. TRexJones Tweet 1/7/13
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  102. TRex Jones Tweet 8/12/12
  103. Crybaby Bridge Wikipedia Article
  104. Proton Charging Facebook 5/30/12
  105. Mrmichaelt IDW Forums post 5/30/12
  106. Stampede Wikipedia Article
  107. Tristan Jones Facebook 4/2/12

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