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Ghostbusters Annual 2015 is the first Ghostbusters annual issue by IDW Publishing.

PlotEdit

After the firehouse suffers severe damage in the wake of a supernatural attack, the Ghostbusters find themselves thinking about their past while cleaning up. But their nostalgia may not be innocent, and who knows what they may find at the end of their trip down memory lane...? Join Ray, Peter, Winston, and Egon in their "Daydreams and Nightmares!" [1]

CastEdit

Daydreams and Nightmares!Edit

Mr. Pearson

Karen Pearson

Winston Zeddemore

Ray Stantz

Peter Venkman

Egon Spengler

Brent Mitchell

Sandman

Ray's Spirit Guide

Tiyah Clarke

Janine Melnitz

Bait DateEdit

Peter's Date Bait

Date Chaser Ghost

Peter Venkman

Just a PeekEdit

Ray Stantz

Ron Alexander

Doom Ghosts

Trick or TreatEdit

Janine Melnitz

Begging Boy

Hot FootEdit

Peter Venkman

Ray Stantz

Janine Melnitz

Pink Slime Creature

Winston Zeddemore

Egon Spengler

The 12th FloorEdit

Slimer

Manager Doc

No SaleEdit

Chinese Ghost

Egon Spengler

The Nuclear OptionEdit

Louis Tully

Possessed Microwave

A Fall Wind in SummerEdit

Egon Spengler

Winston Zeddemore

Samhain

World of the PsychicEdit

Peter Venkman

Winston Zeddemore

Rob Rodgers

Episode 9 Guest

Episode 11 Guest

Episode 14 Guest

Episode 20 Guest

Elaine

Ira

Tom

EquipmentEdit

Daydreams and Nightmares!Edit

Ecto-1

Proton Pack

Particle Thrower

KUD Meter

Ecto Goggles

P.K.E. Meter

Trap/Animated

Boson Pack

Proton Bazooka

Proton Pistol

Tobin's Spirit Guide

Ecto-Gyro

Bait DateEdit

Trap

Proton Pack

Particle Thrower

Just a PeekEdit

Interspatial Teleportation Unit

Hot FootEdit

Ecto-1

Proton Pack

Particle Thrower

No SaleEdit

Proton Pack

Particle Thrower

Trap

A Fall Wind in SummerEdit

Ecto-1

World of the PsychicEdit

Ecto-1

Proton Pack

Particle Thrower

Trap

ItemsEdit

Daydreams and Nightmares!Edit

Stay Puft Marshmallows

Stay Puft Figure

Blody

LocationsEdit

Daydreams and Nightmares!Edit

Staten Island

Firehouse

55 Central Park West

Loeb Boathouse

Warehouse

Just a PeekEdit

Firehouse

Trick or TreatEdit

Jitters

Hot FootEdit

Firehouse

The 12th FloorEdit

Sedgewick Hotel

World of the PsychicEdit

The Dakota [2]

WKRR-TV Studio

DevelopmentEdit

On August 26, 2011, Erik Burnham tweeted he submitted a three page back up story, also exclusive to the comic only. [3]

On December 7, 2011, Erik Burnham revealed his three page back up was approved and he will also draw it. It involves outtakes from "World of the Psychic," featured in Ghostbusters II. They will be one panel gags that show why Peter Venkman eventually quit the show.[4]

On March 24, 2013, Erik Burnham revealed the "World of the Psychic" is actually a single four page back up story set up as a clip show gag. For now, the story is on hold.[5]

On November 18, 2013, Erik Burnham said if the series makes it to 2015 he would use a version of the Sandman. [6]

On January 8, 2014, Erik Burnham revealed he was thinking about "moving the spotlight right back onto the original four for an arc at least" after the Mass Hysteria! arc completes in fall 2014. [7]

On April 8, 2015, from an interview recorded prior, Erik Burnham revealed the Ghostbusters: Get Real mini-series was originally a pitch for a 48 page annual but Tom Waltz asked Burnham to make it into a four issue mini-series instead. [8]

On July 12, 2015, Erik Burnham announced there will be in annual in Fall 2015 involving himself, Dan Schoening, Luis Antonio Delgado and guest creators. [9] Schoening added it would be around 48 pages. [10]

On July 15, 2015, in a summary about the Ghostbusters panel from San Diego Comic Con, it was reported the annual would release in October. [11]

On July 16, 2015, Erik Burnham revealed the main story will have art by Dan Schoening and Luis Delgado. It will mostly feature the original four Ghostbusters taking on the IDW canon's version of the Sandman. The Sandman's design will not be the same as the Sandman on The Real Ghostbusters. Burnham and Schoening discussed the design in the San Diego International Airport over Thai food. [12] There will be a number of back up stories, mostly one page in length, by other artists and featuring other characters. One is about Janine Melnitz. Another on the docket is one about Louis Tully. [13] It should release in November. [14]

On July 22, 2015, Dan Schoening posted a teaser of the Sandman. [15]

On July 23, 2015, Erik Burnham hinted the Sandman is definitely based on someone specific. [16]

On August 2, 2015, Dan Schoening replied the annual was 40 pages. [17]

On August 3, 2015, Erik Burnham stated Dan Schoening would be drawing 28 pages. [18]

On August 4, 2015, Erik Evensen revealed he is contributing to the annual and posted a teaser of a woman talking to Peter. Erik Burnham confirmed Evensen is illustrating the "World of the Psychic" back ups he wrote back in 2011. [19] [20]

On August 10, 2015, Erik Burnham revealed another guest artist contributing to the annual's back up stories will be Matthew Dow Smith. [21] Burnham noted he hasn't worked with most of the guest artists before. [22]

On August 13, 2015, Erik Burnham announced he put a 'sizeable dent' into the script. He had to scrap and restart because a better idea occurred to him. [23] He later revealed one of the one page back ups will star Ron Alexander. [24]

On August 14, 2015, Erik Burnham started to write the Sandman's introduction - an old German short story and the "voice" he picked for the character "dovetailed together eerily well." [25] He may name cheek the Greek god of dreams, Morpheus. [26]

On August 17, 2015, Erik Burnham revealed Evan Shaner will draw the Louis Tully back up. [27] Matthew Dow Smith chimed and stated he's drawing Egon. [28]

On August 18, 2015, Erik Burnham revealed Otis Frampton is doing a Ray Stantz & Ron Alexander back up. [29] Dan Schoening posted the regular cover. [30]

On August 19, 2015, Erik Burnham revealed Alex Deligiannis is doing a back up story. [31] In November 2015 solicitations, it was revealed "special added extras" will set up future Ghostbusters storylines. [32]

On August 20, 2015, Erik Burnham revealed Sara Richard is doing a back up story. [33]

On September 4, 2015, Erik Burnham announced he was almost done with the annual. [34] Burnham also revealed the last three guests artists are Sean Galloway, Tom Bancroft, and Drew Rausch. [35] The outline of the annual will be a 28 page main story, 4 page World of the Psychic back up and several one page back ups. [36]

On September 10, 2015, Erik Burnham revealed Special Agent Melanie Ortiz will be featured in a back up that he isn't writing for. [37]

On September 25, 2015, IDW posted an ad for the annual. [38]

On October 4, 2015, Erik Burnham posted a sneak peek at Ron Alexander in Otis Frampton's back up story. [39]

On October 12, 2015, in an interview recorded during the Cherry Bomb Toy Show on October 4th in Victoria B.C., Dan Schoening confirmed the annual takes place around 5 days to a week after the events of Ghostbusters: Get Real #4. [40] Schoening teased the crew was going to try something with what Elaine predicted in Ghostbusters II. [41]

On October 19, 2015, Erik Burnham reported the annual "made it through the gauntlet" and is done. [42] Burnham later posted a preview of a section from the World of the Psychic back up. [43]

On November 12, 2015, Dan Schoening posted a colored but unlettered version of page one, panel one. He hinted it's based on an actual house in Staten Island and a fictitious one. [44]

On November 15, 2015, Dan Schoening posted a panel teaser of an alarm clock at 5:50 AM. [45]

On November 17, 2015, Dan Schoening posted a panel teaser of the exterior of the Firehouse and a dumpster filled with debris. [46]

On November 18, 2015, IDW released the subscription cover art. [47]

On November 19, 2015, Dan Schoening posted a panel teaser of the Ghostbusters in construction worker gear in the Firehouse. [48] A credits and 5 page preview was also released. [49] Erik Burnham hinted he scripted the officer to be someone else but Schoening wanted to draw Lieutenant Frump. [50]

On December 12, 2015, Dan Schoening posted an unlettered panel of the Ghostbusters and Sandman. [51]

On December 14, 2015, in an interview, Erik Burnham talked about the genesis of the annual. IDW Publishing decided to do an annual very close to the wire of the deadline for the Diamond catalog listings. Over the course of scripting, Burnham rewrote the story in full three times. The solicit and back cover refer to one of these drafts. It was going to be about the Ghostbusters reminiscing then eventually realizing they were in a dream world. After some research, Burnham and Schoening got other ideas for the story, including the opening scene. [52] For the back up stories, Burnham and Schoening approached artists at San Diego Comic Con 2015. Burnham emailed Matthew Dow Smith. Evan Shaner was initially on board but had to bow out due to schedule conflicts. Schoening was behind recruiting Sean Galloway and Tom Bancroft. Everyone picked the characters they wanted and Burnham wrote accordingly. For example, Alex Deligiannis really wanted to draw a certain character so Burnham took it as an opportunity to also seed a future threat. [53]

TriviaEdit

  • The Diamond Order Code is SEP150403.
  • As far back as 2013, Tristan Jones pitched an annual.
    • On April 11, 2013, he revealed the pitch featuring a John Tobin story that would be the thrust of the issue just like "The Man Who Sought Death" in Ghostbusters Volume 1 #8 and Dan Schoening, Luis Delgado, and Erik Burnham would tell a contemporary story alongside it, but the pitch was not greenlit. [54]
    • On August 14, 2014, Jones revealed the pitched annual would have expanded on Tobin's encounter with the Grundel, seen briefly in Volume 1 Issue #8. He also revealed a new pitch that involves trees, witchcraft, cults, and a life at stake. [55]
  • Regular Cover
  • Subscription Cover
    • Janine and Kylie appear in their primary flightsuits.
  • Story So Far
    • Tiamat is alluded to and Gozer is mentioned in relation to the events of Mass Hysteria!, the last arc of Volume 2 of the ongoing series.
    • The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Chi-You are alluded to in relation to the events of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles/Ghostbusters
    • The Real Ghostbusters are alluded to and Proteus us mentioned in relation to the events of Ghostbusters: Get Real
  • Note: My page numbering differs that what is indicated in the Ghostbusters Stripped index later in the issue.
  • Page 1
    • In panel 1, the house is based on an actual residence on Staten Island and a fictitious one.
    • In panel 1, on the car's rear window is the logo for "Crave'in Diner," a play on the "Crave Inn" establishment name and logo (as well as possibly a play on the surname of director Wes Craven) from "A Nightmare on Elm Street 4" and "A Nightmare on Elm Street 5".
  • Page 3
    • The construction gear exactly worn by the Ghostbusters is part of what Peter, Ray, and Egon wore in Ghostbusters II when they dug up First Avenue.
      • Peter had an orange vest with two white vertical lines and helmet with the No Bozo sticker on the side
      • Ray had an orange vest and helmet with a mounted search light
      • Egon had an orange vest with two vertical lines and helmet with a black label on the front
    • In panel 2, the gaping hole in the second floor caused by Proteus in Get Real #4 is still present
    • In panel 2, Egon mentions the Containment Unit
    • In panel 2, right of Egon, on the cement bag is labeled "Muck Master Cement" - a reference to the Muck Master entities in Ghostbusters: Sanctum of Slime
    • In panel 2, Peter mentions condemning the Firehouse like how Egon recommended in the first movie
    • In panel 3, Egon mentions Proteus
    • In panel 3, Egon alludes to the Ghostbusters' other properties
    • In panel 4, a logo for Big Ed, Winston's father in The Real Ghostbusters, appears on Winston's helmet.
    • In panel 4, the coffee cup Peter is drinking if from Pequod's, the coffee chain introduced in the ongoing series Volume 1.
  • Page 4
    • In panel 1, Brent Mitchell is visually based on Lieutenant Frump from The Real Ghostbusters
      • Erik Burnham did not script Mitchell to look like Frump but Dan Schoening wanted to draw him
    • In panel 2, left of Peter, is a box from Hasty Pastry Bakery seen in The Real Ghostbusters episode "The Joke's on Ray"
    • In panel 3, Peter offers to do a full work up on pets to rule out a Son of Sam situation. Son of Sam is a notorious serial killer who killed six people in New York City between July 29, 1976 and July 31, 1977.
      • At one point, Son of Sam claimed his former neighbor Sam Carr's black Labrador Retriever dog Harvey was possessed by a demon who issued irresistible commands to kill people. He claimed to have tried to kill the dog once, but was unsuccessful due to supernatural interference.
    • In panel 4, in the left corner, is a motorcycle that appears to be a nod to the Honda 1967 CL 77 Scrambler used in the upcoming movie directed by Paul Feig.
  • Page 5
    • In panel 4, Brent invokes the Ghostbusters' "We're Ready to Believe You" credo
  • Page 6
  • Page 8
    • In the Ecto-Goggle POV, one of the readings is "1989 MHz" - a possible nod to Ghostbusters II, which released in 1989.
  • Page 9
    • In panel 1, the address on the doorway is now 248 instead of 428.
  • Page 10
    • The outside Firehouse signage is the original banner seen in the first movie
    • In panel 2, the Dimensionometer from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Egon on the Rampage" is behind Ray.
    • On panel 2, on the brown tack board are:
    • On panel 3, in the hallway, the Ghostbusters: Get Real #1 Nerd Block cover is in the big picture frame.
    • On panel 3, on Winston's blue coffee mug is "Reggie Sandman Martin" which was the name of the boxer Ernie Hudson portrayed on episode 7 of Full House season one "Knock Yourself Out" which aired on October 30, 1987.
    • On panel 3, on the toolbox is two stickers. One is an unused Ghostbusters logo from the first movie. The second is "KPPX," the local radio station in the movie "Airheads" which featured Ernie Hudson and the late Harold Ramis.
    • On panel 3, on the top shelf are:
      • A smaller version of the pizza that fell on Ecto-1 in The Real Ghostbusters episode "Mr. Sandman, Dream Me a Dream"
      • A Trap from The Real Ghostbusters. It may have been left behind in the events of Ghostbusters: Get Real.
      • On the right is a bucket of junk marked "Danger" Peter had on his desk in The Real Ghostbusters episode "The Haunting of Heck House"
    • On panel 3, on the middle shelf are:
    • On panel 4, the doughnut on the plate may be a nod to the Ghostbusters' doughnut breakfast at the start of The Real Ghostbusters episode "Mr. Sandman, Dream Me a Dream"
  • Page 11
  • Page 12
    • The outside Firehouse signage is back to the standard version.
    • On panel 2, on the brown tack board are:
      • On the right, is a black and white advertisement for The Real Ghostbusters "The Halloween Door" TV special.
    • On panel 3, Peter has his liquor, that he and Ray drank from after they are are kicked out of Columbia University in the first movie.
    • On panel 3, the new sticker on the toolbox references WUGH-FM Studio, the radio station from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Mr. Sandman, Dream Me a Dream"
    • On panel 3, on the top shelf are:
      • A Weird Fiction from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Mr. Sandman, Dream Me a Dream"
    • On panel 3, on the middle shelf are:
      • A miniature of the gold car Peter dreamed of in The Real Ghostbusters episode "Mr. Sandman, Dream Me a Dream"
      • Peter's Oscar in his dream in The Real Ghostbusters episode "Mr. Sandman, Dream Me a Dream"
  • Page 13
    • On panel 4, on the computer is the game over message from the Ghostbusters Activision video game
  • Page 14
    • On panel 1, there is a Ghostbusters theater ad
    • Ray's spirit guide makes his return after being last seen near the end of Volume One of the ongoing series and impersonated by Gozer near the end of Volume Two.
    • On panel 2, on the far right, on the shelf is a Dopey Dog doll based on his design from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Who're You Calling Two-Dimensional?"
    • On panel 3, on the shelf over the bed is the military cap Ray wore in the deleted Fort Detmerring scene from the first movie.
    • On panel 3, on Ray's bed is the Cursed Artifact, the Stay Puft Figure. This is where the figure appears after it is collected in Ghostbusters: The Video Game, Realistic Versions.
  • Page 15
    • On panel 1, in the other room is the Easter Bunny from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Mr. Sandman, Dream Me a Dream"
    • On panel 1, on the far right is part of a Blody liter bottle is visible.
  • Page 16
    • Peter's dream reality is a recreation of a scene from Chapter 20 "Keymaster" from the first movie right when Peter tells Egon he tranquilized Zuul-possessed Dana Barrett with 300 cc of Thorazine.
    • Ray takes the place of the Zuul-possessed Dana Barrett.
    • The original Ghostbusters commercial from the first movie plays on the TV on the left.
  • Page 17
    • Winston's dream reality is a recreation of his wedding in Volume 2 Issue #13 and Issue #14 but later undone by Tiamat in Issue #20
    • On panel 1, on the left side are Erik Burnham and Luis Antonio Delgado who were also guests to the wedding in Volume 2 #13-14.
    • Janine has a brief cameo wearing the same dress she wore to the wedding
    • Tiyah Clarke appears but is faceless, a trait described in some research on dreams
    • On panel 2, as in Issue #14, one of the guests is Martin Short's character from "Father of the Bride," Frank Eggelhoffer.
  • Page 19
    • On panel 2, in the upper left is "Call Elon," a nod to Egon's twin brother Elon Spengler from the The Earth Day Special 1990.
    • On panel 2, under the Elon note is a quote of Harold Ramis' "We were delighted with the notion that this script could be so 'out there,' and yet still have a scientific and parapsychological plausibility" which is from an annotation on Making Ghostbusters page 104 about how he and Dan Aykroyd worked on the evolution of the Twinkie metaphor in the first movie.
    • On panel 2, right of Winston is a nod to his "That's a big Twinkie" line in the first movie and Egon's estimate it would be 35 feet tall and weigh 600 pounds.
    • On panel 2, above Peter's head is "Trepanation," a nod to the first movie when Peter referenced the time Egon tried to drill a hole in his head.
    • On panel 2, in the top middle, written down are "Electrical Applications of the Psycho-sexual Drive" and "Astral Projections as an Untapped Power Source." These are two books Egon read in his youth, as recounted on page 23 of Ghostbusters: The Supernatural Spectacular.
    • On panel 2, to the upper left of Egon is his "Print is dead" line from the first movie, "Epidiymus" line in the second movie, and "We eat gods for breakfast" line at the end of The Video Game.
    • On panel 2, to the middle left of Egon is "Oswald Donsbach," a nod to the inspirations for the name 'Egon Spengler' - Oswald Spengler and Egon Donsbach, and more nods to Ghostbusters: The Supernatural Spectacular page 23 - Cleveland, Ohio where Egon grew up and more books he read "The Mysteries of Latent Abnormality," "Your Friends the Fungus," and "Necronomicon"
    • On panel 2, left of Egon and under the parabola is "Library Museum of Natural History Lost Island Rising," references to three levels in Ghostbusters: The Video Game.
    • On panel 2, left of Egon's boots is "Balloon will pop," a nod to the four dimensional balloon that was originally part of the Twinkie metaphor seen in drafts of the first movie and explained in annotation on Making Ghostbusters page 104, and "Thai Mexican," two ideas Egon proposed to Ray for take out as they analyzed the photographs of Vigo in the second movie.
    • On panel 2, Luis Delgado's 15 easter egg is on the white board under Egon's boots
    • On panel 2, in the upper right is a list of Containment Unit parts that Egon read off for Peter to check in The Real Ghostbuters episode "Citizen Ghost"
    • On panel 2, in the lower right is a nod to Egon admitting to straightening part of a slinky to Ray in Ghostbusters II.
    • Egon alludes to the events of Volume 2 Issue #6 in which he and Roger Baugh were placed in Janine's subconscious.
    • On panel 4, there are lot's of names and dates over Egon's shoulder
      • "Hans Christian," the famous writer Hans Christian Anderson
    • On panel 4, in the bottom middle appears to be "Hans Delbruck," the German historian who was notably referenced in Mel Brook's "Young Frankenstein"
  • 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 The Real Ghostbusters episode "Mr. Sandman, Dream Me a Dream"
  • Page 27
    • The higher street sign on the far right of panel 1 is renamed Kemp Street in honor of recently deceased Ghostbusters fan Ryan Kemp.
      • The street signs are originally Kent Street and New Dock Street which places the Warehouse in Brooklyn.
    • As mentioned earlier, the Warehouse from Volume 2 Issue #7 and 12 appears
    • On panel 1, on the right, is recently deceased Ghostbusters fan Ryan Kemp.
    • Ray mentions the Oneroi of Greek myth
    • Ray's mention of the ivory gate is a reference to "The Odyssey"
    • On panel 2, the vehicle behind Peter and Winston appears to be Ecto-500 from the Kenner toy line.
    • Peter mentions "Dream Me a Dream," in reference to the "Mr. Sandman" 1954 song.
    • On the Tobin page with just writing is a partial quote of the Sandman entry on the mythicalcreatureslist.com Sandman page
    • The rogue Sandman from The Real Ghostbusters episode "Mr. Sandman, Dream Me a Dream" appears on the right page of Tobin's Spirit Guide
    • On the Tobin page with the Sandman image there are some Latin:
      • Somnum Sempiternum loosely translates to "sleep eternally"
      • Oculus Satietas loosely translates to "sight satiation"
    • Ray mentions Hans Christian Anderson and his story about Ole Lukoje, a more benevolent Sandman
    • Ray mentions the Chordettes who sang "Mr. Sandman"
    • As a comparison, Ray mentions Sinterklaas and Santa Claus whom came up in Volume 2 Issue #11
    • On panel 4, on the far right is the gyro copter based on Ecto-2 that Ray and Jenny Moran used in Volume 1 Issue #15
  • Page 28
    • Ray mentions Ernst Hoffman, who wrote "Der Sandman"
  • Page 31
    • Tom Bancroft named one of the bars in panel 1 after himself.
  • Page 32
  • Page 33
    • Janine is in the classic Real Ghostbusters outfit
  • Page 36
  • Page 37
    • Louis is in his blue track suit from the first movie
    • The possessed microwave mentions the Dark Side of the Moon, possibly a Pink Floyd reference.
  • Page 38
    • The name of the ice cream truck may be a nod to Chilly Cooper from Slimer!
    • Egon's Popsicle is the Fourth of July type
    • Winston's Popsicle is based on Michelangelo
    • A version of Samhain from The Real Ghostbusters appears to make his debut in the IDW canon
      • Samhain, in the IDW canon, was previously mentioned in the Sam Hain PCOC file in Volume One Issue #5.
  • Page 39
    • Peter and Winston appear to be leaving the Dakota, former residence of John Lennon and 7 blocks north of 55 Central Park West, the building that Dana and Louis lived in during the first movie.
      • The Dakota had a previous cameo on Volume One of the ongoing series in Issue #14.
  • Page 40
    • The guest in episode 4 mentions Catherine the Great
    • The guest in episode 9 mentions Tiwaz, better known as Tyr, the god of war in Norse myth
  • Page 41
    • The episode seen in Ghostbusters II is revealed to be the 32nd and penultimate one.
    • Panel 3 is a recreation of the scene in Ghostbusters II Chapter 2 "World of the Psychic" when Peter comments on Elaine's Valentine's Day 2016 prediction.
  • Page 42
    • Ira is the reason Peter quit The World of the Psychic. In Ghostbusters II, Peter showed Ira off before he signed off.

Also SeeEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. Previews World Annual 2015 #1 page 8/19/15
  2. eevensen Tweet 11/29/15
  3. erikburnham Tweet 8/26/11
  4. Earth Station One Episode 89 (ts. 39:39-39:56)
  5. Erik Burnham Fanpage Facebook reply 3/24/13
  6. erikburnham 11/18/13
  7. Erik Burnham post IDW Forums 1/8/14
  8. Issues With Friends Special 09: Erik Burnham and Dan Schoening; 15:06-17:45, 50:00-50:15 mark 4/8/15
  9. erikburnham Tweet #2 7/12/15
  10. Dapperpomade Tweet 7/12/15
  11. Nerdy Show 7/15/15
  12. erikburnham Tweet 7/16/15
  13. Erik Burnham Tumblr Ask Me Anything #1 7/16/15
  14. Erik Burnham Tumblr Ask Me Anything #2 7/16/15
  15. Dapperpomade Tweet 7/22/15
  16. Erik Burnham Fan Page reply 7/23/15
  17. Dapperpomade Tweet 8/2/15
  18. erikburnham Tweet 8/3/15
  19. eevensen Tweet 8/4/15
  20. erikburnham Tweet 8/4/15
  21. erikburnham Tweet #1 8/10/15
  22. erikburnham Tweet #2 8/10/15
  23. erikburnham Tweet #1 8/13/15
  24. erikburnham Tweet #2 8/13/15
  25. erikburnham Tweet #1 8/14/15
  26. erikburnham Tweet #2 8/14/15
  27. erikburnham Tweet 8/17/15
  28. matthewdowsmith Tweet 8/17/15
  29. erikburnham Tweet 8/18/15
  30. Dapperpomade Tweet 8/18/15
  31. erikburnham Tweet 8/19/15
  32. IDW November 2015 Solicitations via Comic Book Resources 8/19/15
  33. erikburnham Tweet 8/20/15
  34. erikburnham Tweet 9/4/15
  35. ErikBurnhamFanPage Facebook 9/4/15
  36. ErikBurnhamFanPage Facebook Reply 9/4/15
  37. Erik Burnham Tumblr 9/10/15]
  38. IDW Publishing Facebook 9/25/15
  39. erikburnham Tweet 10/4/15
  40. Interdimensional Crossrip Podcast 10/12/15 1:15:38-1:16:49
  41. Interdimensional Crossrip Podcast 10/12/15 1:20:43-1:21:19
  42. erikburnham Tweet #1 10/19/15
  43. erikburnham Tweet #2 10/19/15
  44. Dapperpomade Tweet 11/12/15
  45. Dapperpomade Tweet 11/15/15
  46. Dapperpomade Tweet 11/17/15
  47. IDWPublishing Tweet 11/18/15
  48. Dapperpomade Tweet 11/19/15
  49. Annual 2015 Preview via Comic Book Resources 11/19/15
  50. erikburnham Tweet 11/19/15
  51. Dapperpomade Tweet 12/12/15
  52. Ghostbusters Wiki Interview with Erik Burnham Part 3, Question 14 answer 12/14/15
  53. Ghostbusters Wiki Interview with Erik Burnham Part 3, Question 16 and 17 answers 12/14/15
  54. Tristan Jones post IDW Forums 4/11/13
  55. Tristan Jones post Ghostbusters Fans 8/14/14


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